Red Spektor go to the Heart Of The Renewed Sun on their new album. A trip that involves an overload of fizzing heavy blues rock.
Sunbane give us an album rich in quality and production. Another winner of an album from the brilliant Disintegration State.
Michael J Sheehy is known to us. For anyone else used to the exciting blues uzi grooves of Miraculous Mule, prepare for a different experience.
Gazpacho’s doyen is ethereal, analytical and powerful music. In Fireworker they’ve released another forceful, vigorous and compelling new album.
Fleet Foxes catch us all off guard with the surprise release of their new album, Shore. The album is a celebration of life amongst plague and chaos.
IDLES follow up their rapturously received Joy As An Act Of Resistance with Ultra Mono. How does it fare?
Alone by Mean Mary. Ten concise songs – all beautifully imagined and expertly executed.
New meisterwork from The Ocean. We’re told it’s “more progressive and perverse” which suits us. Does it live up to the promise?
Late Night Chicken, you can’t turn it down. The new album of fizzing blues rock from Jimmy Regal And The Royals.
O’Hooley & Tidow live. Steinways and shopping bags. From the grand and powerful to the mischievous. It’s all here.
George Marios, touring guitarist with The Pineapple Thief, releases his debut solo album. A collection of guitar driven stories about love, loss and overcoming.
We take a listen to the latest in the series of live releases from Steve Hackett as he twists his Genesis Revisited gigs towards Selling England.
Uniform, New York noise merchants, return with their fourth full length LP; Shame. This is a suffocating and essential listen.
Thoughtful, timeless and exquisite – Native Harrow take classic American Roots music to new heights.
Derek Sherinian, makes a diversion from planet Apollo to planet Earth to do his own thing with a little help from some friends.