The latest release from Cue Dot Records finds musician Veryan exploring feelings and associations that come with a sense of belonging.
The Field Songs of Jamaica brought to vibrant life by Edward II.
Mork with their fifth album Katedralen have created a ferocious and unsettling take on the black metal genre.
The authentic sound of 1930s Chicago, via Groningen, NL and on the debut album from Them Dirty Dimes.
Steely, soulful rejections of social injustice from Israel Nash
Soul Power ’68 is a genuine time capsule packed with 42 gems from Rocksteady’s Golden Year of ’68.
Rousing songs of booze and rebellion from reinvigorated Aussie Celtic punks The Rumjacks on their new album, Hestia.
Manchester power pop trio return with their debut LP full of summer and sunlight. Set your time machine to the 70’s.
The Anchoress returns with the follow up to her critically acclaimed debut. The Art Of Losing is a vital piece of work taking on many challenging topics.
An angry concept album resplendent in intricate, progressive rock from Canadian composer Lucas Lee with regular collaborator Marco Minneman.
Second solo outing for Winnipeg’s “Laidback Springsteen”, Ariel Posen.
The Hyena Kill grow from a duo to a quartet; the results are devastating…in the best way possible. A Disconnect is a huge step up.
Rakes & Misfits finds Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne makes the concertina sexy.
Simmering, shimmering and shivering guitar from the German guitar maestro Zed Marshall on his Route 69 album.
Jon Boden revisits the themes explored on Songs From The Floodplain and Afterglow as his ‘climate change trilogy’ comes to a conclusion.