Anthems, hope and escapism – it’s all there on Posh Pop – the first Toyah album for 13 years!
Wood, Steel, Dust and Dreams -A lavish limited edition celebration of the thirty year songwriting partnership of Rod Picott with Slaid Cleaves.
Synth Proggers, Kyros, continue to embrace the new trends in the music world and offer up a set that shows off their influences.
An ‘A’ list of Scottish trad musicians shine in this remarkable offering. Mr Goose provide so much more than a tale for children.
Ash Dome is the new full-length album by Welsh artist R. Seiliog and the latest addition to the Cue Dot Records series. Simon Tucker reviews.
Orange Goblin get the reissue treatment from Cherry Red Records for their sixth album, Healing Through Fire; remastered and expanded with a wealth of live goodies.
Necronautical release a metal tour de force, on their fourth album, that takes the band into new and exciting musical territory.
Songs of anguish and despair, from Sam Williams, the grandson of the great Hank Williams.
Malcolm Holcombe takes us on a journey through blues, country, rock and bluegrass on Tricks Of The Trade.
These singles are from artists that have caught our attention in August. Here are singles from ELASKIA, Lisey Tigra, Louis Van Johnson, CRiDDLE and Liam Cooper.
Savana Funk return with a brand new album choc full of powerful and psychedelic grooves and a graduation from trio to quartet.
Joyful, vibrant and highly exciting – a stunning debut from Scotland’s funky female folksters, Heisk.
The Tribes’ frontman, Johnny Lloyd, returns with a collection of joyous, anthemic singalongs.
Indiania duo, The Cold Stares, get very raw and very rootsy with a significant blast of unfiltered Blues Rock.
Like a Whirlwind! Refreshing, quirky and subversive blast from Philadelphia Nügrass duo on the new album, Hard Feelings