London four-piece, Asian Death Crustacean, release a debut record that takes us on a switchback from prog metal to electronic and ambient references in a sprawling and enthralling six-part composition.
Vampire return from the murky depths of their old town Gothenburg dwellings to deliver another wickedly blazing record, and a career highlight.
Long Distance Calling deliver a progressive post-rock masterpiece on their seventh album, as they ask How Do We Want To Live?
KOYO release their second album. You Said It, that sees them moving on significantly from their excellent debut.
Atavist are back having reformed in 2017 after a ten year hiatus. As one of the UK’s most devastating death/doom bands, they have returned with a new album; III: Absolution.
The fourth of an excellent repackaging series of the Be Bop Deluxe catalogue with the 1974 debut, Axe Victim, getting the treatment.
Four years since the release of the superb Disconnected, Airbag deliver the goods again on their fifth full-length album, A Day At The Beach.
Banjo player, Oxford Classics graduate and poker journalist. Is there no end to the talent of Dana Immanuel? Find out on her new four and a half track EP.
Jade Hairpins, formed out of Canadian hardcore punk band Fucked Up, deliver a hidden gem of 2020.
The Magpies can count themselves amongst some of the finest folk groups in the land. Their debut album, Tidings, is full of songs and tunes steeped in traditional English folklore.
The weighty concept behind Bereavement, the new album from Canadian duo Jupiter Hollow belies a record that’s full of punch and fire.
Some jazzy prog rock on the debut album, Genus, from Col Mullins, also known as The Animal State.
Twang by The James Oliver Band is a set of 11 no-nonsense, good, honest, back-to-roots rockers, played with passion and great good humour.
What In The World is the latest offering on the state of the world by Michael McDermott.
There’s a strong vein of Eighties polish and synth-pop on the new album, Celexa Dreams, from London quartet Kyros.