Phil Cooper abandons his folky sound (for the moment!) for a rockier one on his brilliant new album, These Revelation Games.
Disorientating, chilling, dark and dramatic. A Man With A Gun Lives Here, the new album from Italy’s Ho.Bo, is a lot of fun!
Beautiful Resilience is a strong debut from proud Heartland Rock standard bearer John Rowdy.
A classic if ever there were one. The 40th Anniversary version of Vienna by Ultravox with all the trimmings goes under the microscope.
Canadian troubadour Scott Cook takes us on a long and happy road trip on Tangle Of Souls.
Morrison Hotel. An expanded celebration of The Doors’ 1970 return to form.
Kris Drever adds to his already impressive solo library of work with Where The World Is Thin.
Drive-By Truckers’ 13th studio album, arrives mere months after the release of the band’s highly acclaimed The Unravelling.
New Zealand based Pencarrow has recorded a masterpiece which blends musical moods and genres to enthral both the newcomer and established fan.
Masters of Celtic Fusion, The Celtic Social Club, return with expanded UK release of their stunning third album; From Babylon To Avalon.
Eloy Fritsch releases his 14th solo album. Moment In Paradise sees the Brazilian virtuoso fusing rock with plenty of solos and improvisations.
Whettman Chelmets / qualchan. deliver a concise and experimental split EP. Theme∞Variations is out now digitally on cassette.
Arvo Party continues to confound us all with another 2020 release. In heritance is a brand new album and one that doesn’t compromise on quality.
A journey through the solo recordings of Robert Plant. From 1982’s Pictures At Eleven to three new tracks. It’s all here. And no Zep…
Nehoda – But Anyways…. The debut studio album from the Nashville rock trio. One that captures their live sound to a tee.