Bafflingly and bewilderingly brilliant. (No change there, then from Jah Wobble!)
Rocketing to 30, no signs of let up, no signs of let down. Peatbog Faeries release I See A World.
Cian Ducrot showcases his undoubted talent to the world in his debut album Victory.
Jimmy Regal & The Royals stick to their roots while embroidering with an influence or several.
Louise Dodds and Elchin Shirinov have produced a wonderful collection of jazz influenced interpretations of traditional Scottish folk songs.
McHale’s Permanent Brew channel classic influences on their second album.
Wistful reveries and other stories from Liverpool singer-songwriter John Jenkins.
Alligator continue their passion for their reviving and reminding of the giants, Roy Buchanan with one of the longer cast shadows.
King William further bolsters his place on the battlefield, bringing folkier tropes back into his southern-rock drawl from Cornwall, via his convoluted history and geography.
Instant Funk get the Cherry Red treatment with their seven albums of disco/funk goodness reappraised and reissued. Expect to be moving when you listen to this!
The Phil Bancroft Quartet have crafted a musical tour de force, that provides an intriguing palette of dazzling musicianship and composition.
The return of The Beatrix Players . Living & Alive is s delicacy to be savoured.
We’ve had the appetizers; now here’s the main course. The Nadas new album, Come Along For The Ride is a sunny, summery, Americana triumph
A thoroughly wild and wonderful set from the quirky crew at The Fierce & The Dead.
Karnataka return with a stunner. Is Requiem From A Dream worth the wait? You bet!