Black Crown Initiate take no prisoners on their epic and vast new full length player that has death metal at its core; however there is more to explore.
Their first album for thirty years, post punk influencers The Psychedelic Furs return with the obligatory same but different offering.
We cast an approving eye over the first Steve Howe solo release for 9 years, Love is, which includes instrumental pieces and songs with him taking the lead vocal role himself.
Going right back to their roots, Drever, O’Rourke and Green strip Lau back to what many believe they do best with some unplugged recordings.
Ganser are a quartet from Chicago. Just Look At That Sky probes the futility of striving for self-growth during these chaotic times.
Taylor Swift’s 8th album is a masterful lo-fi album that see’s Miss Americana deliver an album that is most definately on the indie side of the spectrum.
Under The Influence is the culmination of 2 years’ hard graft for Dundalk-based artist Finnian. The result is a collection of mature, polished and accomplished songs.
The Wilderness Yet, a new folk trio but with some familiar names, present an colourful array of original and traditional folk songs and tunes.
Back in 1971, Barclay James Harvest released their …and Other Short Stories album. The remastered and expanded version goes up to date with 5.1 and stereo remixes and a handful of period recordings.
Sunshine Walkers, subtitled The Best Of Kimberley Rew and Lee Cave-Berry, does what it says on the tin and gives a mere tip of the iceberg overview of some highlights from the career of an unsung hero of British popular music.
Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy and Randy George come up with the third volume of cover versions as well as rounding up their three efforts into a full anthology.
Recorded entirely live, the new album from Mary Chapin Carpenter finds the 5-time GRAMMY Award-winning singer-songwriter pondering life’s intimate, personal moments and exploring its most universally challenging questions
Esoteric Records’ Maid in Ireland by Fruupp is a grand compilation that focusses on the best of their four albums.
How have Manchester’s adopted sons, the great musical hope The Blinders, followed the monolith that was Colombia?
An expanded and remastered The Boy In The Sailor Suit from Strawbs man Dave Cousins features The Blue Angel Orchestra. A release from Cherry Red that’s a fitting supplement to a brilliant album.