The Inspector Cluzo mix a unique way of presenting blues lyrics, spoken word and falsetto voices with outstanding traditional blues playing.
A monster set from a particularly prolific period for Glenn Hughes. To be fair, the voice of rock has never shied away from being anything less than active.
Lemon Jelly’s Fred Deakin takes a conceptual trip into the end of the world in his own inimitable style.
Seen recently rocking out with Leprous on their amazing Pitfalls tour, we discover that there’s more to Canadian cellist Raphael Weinroth-Browne than meets the eye.
The power trio format takes an interesting turn with Benji Kirkpatrick’s latest offering.
We reckoned Gary Numan’s show at Manchester Albert Hall was one of our gigs of the year. Now we return to to Manchester’s grand Bridgewater Hall and an equally majestic and frankly monumental recording of his orchestral tour.
Second mixtape from the London roots outfit that comes named after a line from a 10th Century spell translated from Old English.
Liverpudlian prog trio make waves on their stunning debut EP. This band is definitely one to watch in 2020.
Ashley Hutchings pays homage to the great Bob Dylan and his Isle Of Wight show of 1969, 50 years on.
Release Date: 29th November 2019 Label: Cherry Red Formats: 2CD, DL, special edition 4CD/DVD mega package Cherry Red are doing the Be Bop Deluxe catalogue a real service. After the excellent reissues of Sunburst Finish and Futurama, we get another impossible to resist offering of Modern Music. Modern […]
The annual missive from Beans finds him rounding up the year with the usual suspects and a bout of weary inevitability.
Finnish rockers return with a wildly intriguing new album from the shores of Scandinavia.
Jon Boden reunites with his Remnant King rearguard for the latest part of his solo journey.
Chris Stewart aka Black Marble, delivers a superb album of 80’s drenched synth beauty.
As seasonal as the turkey and trimmings, there’s a new Kate Rusby Christmas album, Holly Head.