Three years since their 2017 release Made Of Breath Only, Australian instrumental Post Rock trio sleepmakeswaves return with a three EP extravaganza.
The second album from the Lone Star State’s The Texas Gentlemen is a maelstrom of styles and influences. Floor It! Now!
Massive Wagons follow up Full Nelson with House Of Noise. Another rip-snorter that redefines what we mean by British values. Out on Earache Records.
Having been impressed with their Depth Of Field album at the end of 2019, Kaprekar’s Constant delight us with an interim ‘no frills’ four track EP while they do the spadework for the next album.
No Place Like tomorrow – a solo album from Virginia Kettle, “the creative heart of Merry Hell,” that promises everything from Joni Mitchell to Victoria Wood.
DMA’s return with their new album, The Glow. It’s a career high and one that should see the band’s star rise further.
Willie Nelson’s 70th solo studio album, released a couple of months after his 87th birthday, contains 11 new studio performances plus 2 new songs co-written by Willie and long-time friend and producer Buddy Cannon.
San Francisco’s The Residents offer up an album based on the works of long-lost bluesman Alvin ‘Dyin’ Dog’ Snow.
Cherry Red Records excel themselves with this new 3CD compilation of the sounds which, collectively, comprised the London Pub Rock scene of the mid-1970s.
XOXO is the 11th album from Minnesota’s The Jayhawks, their first since 2018’s Back Roads And Abandoned Motels. Musically diverse, well-crafted songs and quality production make this a must-listen.
2017’s Rising album by Goldray was a terrific psych fest. Proof that lightning can strike twice, Kenwyn House and Leah Rasmussen are back with a tremendous second album in Feel The Change.
“This album is me, at home,” says Charlie Barnes of Last Night’s Glitter. It sums up this subtle and refined little collection rather well. Out on InsideOut Music.
The full album debut from Country star Jaime Wyatt , Neon Cross on New West Records, is a scorcher.
Braids offer up an orchestral, ambient adventure which gives you a listening experience which is equally challenging and comforting.
Lemurian Folk Songs – not what you may expect. The psychedelic blues quartet from Hungary release their second album Logos. Close your eyes and let your mind expand….