Kaprekar’s Constant release another progressive rock meisterwork with Depth Of Field.
Former Genesis man Anthony Phillips, returns after seven years with Strings of Light.
Wolcensmen ooze class, confidence and grandeur on second album. Fire In The White Stone.
A dystopian roller coaster of a white knuckle ride ensues from Le Cygne Noir.
Sombre, ominous yet with a majesty that you’d associate with Chelsea Wolfe. Birth Of Violence sees her moving in a sparse and stark direction.
Rooh, sees aswekeepsearching enhancing a slowly building reputation in a field where many ply their trade yet few stand out in the same way as the Indian quartet.
We look back at an album from Rowan Rheingans that appeared at the end of last month that defines experimental folk.
Jenny Hval flourishes in bringing The Practise Of Love to musical life.
The irrepressible and prolific songwriter comes up with an interesting contrast to 2017’s Swimming In Mercury.
Pharmakon deliver on their cataclysmic new album, Devour.
Two of the UK’s finest bands coalesce for the greater good of music.
Three hotshot young folk musicians and a seasoned hand as their guiding light. Sounds promising.
Introspective and atmospheric rock from Poitiers, France. PROG has called Klone “sleek, impassioned and thoroughly modern.” We add our two penn’orth.
Leading lights of the UK Black Metal scene, Winterfylleth, return on 13th September 2019 with a brand new live album ‘The Siege of Mercia’ on CD/DVD and gatefold LP.