Twenty three tracks of The Pogues ripping it up at the BBC.
The debut album by the glam-punkers Sigue Sigue Sputnik is given the Cherry Red box-set treatment.
You when you thought the magnificent Empath album couldn’t be any more magnificent, Devin Townsend gives us a record of the live extravaganza.
The fourth album as a duo from The Rheingans Sisters takes their European influences via Wales and into a rich and original collaboration with visual artist Pierre-Olivier Boulant.
Ben Harper releases a cracker at the end of 2020. An evocative tribute in sound to the lap-steel virtuoso’s favourite locations.
Skinny Lister celebrate 5 years of Down On Deptford Broadway with a new expanded package.
Laura Fell releases Safe From Me; an exquisite debut from London-based singer-songwriter who is a trained psychotherapist.
Pure Reason Revolution head back to 2006 and follow this year’s excellent Euphnea by returning to their first album for a definitive edition of The Dark Third.
The Slow Readers Club don’t let the grass grow under their feet and use the lockdown to put together a new album.
Jenny Sturgeon pays homage to the natural world in an all encompassing piece of creative art. The Living Mountain is a love letter to the Cairngorms.
The Inspector Cluzo turn up (or down) with a live album from the Spring of 2020.
The Marriage examine love and relationships, from meeting to parting to recrimination to recovery.
A slimmed down version of Hawkwind tackle the global crisis with a new record, Carnivorous.
Judy Dyble and David Longdon. Their mutual admiration results in an album that serves as a beautiful swan song.
Blue Oyster Cult return with The Symbol Remains. Their first new music for night on twenty years.