A three and a half year gap since the last Drive By Truckers album and they’re back with The Unravelling.
Music For The Towers is Test Card’s third full-length album and is highly recommended for devotees of Fripp & Eno, Labradford and 1 Mile North.
Prog rock veterans Nektar return for a new decade with The Other Side that celebrates both their past and the present.
“a most enjoyable piece of work, highly recommended” comes the verdict of our Fairport aficionado John Barlass on the latest Fairport Convention studio work, Shuffle & Go.
“A benchmark for what good country music should sound like.” That’s our opinion on Hi-Line by Amberley Chalberg.
Sylosis return after a five year hiatus. The Reading band’s fifth album, Cycle Of Suffering, is a devastatingly good return that will blow you away.
One of those ‘lost classic’ albums, this time featuring the combined talents of Harry Nilsson and Randy Newman which has been re-created by British singer/songwriter, Steve Hogg, some 50 years after its release.
Steve Harris puts his day job aside for a while and gets back to basics with his ‘up close and personal’ side project British Lion.
Martyn Joseph turns his attention to the songs of Phil Ochs on Days Of Decision on Pipe Records.
Bonded are a band born of members of many great bands. A collective group of veterans releasing their debut record together; Rest In Violence.
Six years on from IX, Texan art-rock punk mothertruckers And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, come back with a vengeance on their tenth.
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.