Four track EP from the South Walian quartet, And The Sky Darkened, that extends beyond their heavy/hard rock influences
Julia Marcell is a Polish singer/songwriter and pianist who is set to release her fifth studio album, Skull Echo. This is not a record that should be played as background noise; it is art.
Lucinda Williams is back with a tremendous new album and she’s angry. Very angry. Good Souls Better Angels is an absolute classic.
A retrospective of the music of Moonshot, 1971-1992. A band who may have been lost in the ghost light, but a collection lovingly compiled and curated by Tim Bowness.
Vamp is the debut album from Lux Lyall. A string of great singles and music videos gave us a sense of the musical noir that awaits from the this pop poet provocateur.
The Strokes return with their sixth album, 19 years on from their much lauded debut. The New Abnormal is released via Julian Casablancas’ Cult Records.
Irish singer songwriter, Ultan Conlon delivers a quality and highly enjoyable fourth album in There’s A Waltz.
The 9th LP from Trivium could easily be their best work to date. A coming of age; the delivery of a clinical and contemporary metal masterpiece?
This 5th studio album from Dutch band Lesoir represents all that is best about contemporary progressive music. High-quality listenable music and a clear distinct message which is relevant to all.
Not letting any grass grow under their feet, Cole Stacey and Joseph O’Keefe, the duo who are the India Electric Co. return with the follow up to their debut and another shedload of influences.
A download-only release from Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls recorded on their recent tour as the acoustic format takes centre stage.
Pure Reason Revolution returns with Eupnea, a terrific album that harks back to their groundbreaking formative days as an exciting progressive unit.
The name Terence Blacker may well be familiar to you. Aside from his work as a novelist, he is becoming increasingly well known as a writer and singer of quirky, often satirical, sometimes thought provoking, but always intelligent songs.
Jack Sharp from Wolf People releases an austere and stark debut, based round traditional music and words from his local county of Bedfordshire.
Progressively tinted Dutch dark rock from Dool that finds colour in the shadows.