When The Time Is Right is a beautiful sign-off from John Cee Stannard. A marvellous musician and achieved with the help of a fantastic band.
The first full solo album from the ultra-busy Kavus Torabi is a divine collection of music. Hip To The Jag is out on Believers Roast Records.
We found a lovely short collection of bright, fresh, jaunty songs on the Storm Sessions EP by astrid.
Amsterdam Moon by The Coo is a short collection of five simple, home-made beautifully contemplative songs recorded live in April 2019 in a former synagogue in Amsterdam.
Halifax’s Paradise Lost continue their thirty years plus of making music on the dark side with a new and diverse set in Obsidian.
Vintage rock without guitars? The Alligator Wine show it can be done and how it’s done on Demons Of The Mind
Sudden death, the sixth album from Swedish quintet Horisont, delivers on their promise of “better, harder, faster, higher.”
“Requiem (Live at Roadburn 2019)” marks the bombastic conclusion of a project over 30 years in the making: The legendary Celtic Frost/Triptykon “Requiem” performed for the first time in its entirety and with full classical orchestration by the Dutch Metropole Orkest.
Montréal stalwarts The Dears return to release their eighth studio album.
Fish On Friday release their fifth album Black Rain. It’s a “coming of age” record according to bassist Nick Beggs.
Will Pound – the man once labelled “the Eddie Van Halen of the harmonica” – has a new album that takes a trip around the music of a continent.
Fragile X deliver an EP of post-apocalyptic rhythmic soundscapes. Sparse percussion rattles around brooding synths across the three stormy tracks.
Winterfylleth plug back in in devastating fashion on The Reckoning Dawn to deliver another untouchable album of black metal.
The self-titled debut album from Austrian prog-metal trio Hills Like White Lions goes under the microscope.
Psych-prog-alt rock outfit The Bloody Mallard, the brainchild of guitarist Tom Walding, shape seven songs to make up the Realm album.