Tennessee’s Poet of the Road, RB Morris, celebrates life, freedom, sunshine and the open road.
They may have fifty years behind them but Hawkwind show no signs of slowing down.
Ghost Owl – guitar and violin duets inspired by, and written for, the Barn Owl
Considered and insightful thoughts on the state of his nation, by the master of folk-blues, Eric Bibb, managing to counter the sometime bleakness of vision by embracing a number of styles.
Tim Grimm presents perceptive social observations of a world torn apart and our world leaders’ incapacity to respond to warnings and advice together with songs of loss are all prevalent on his latest county / folk album Gone .
The journey of Auri continues with a subtle and sublime set of atmospheric and emotional music.
Senjutsu is Iron Maiden’s 17th full length album. Does the lightening continue to strike the band that seems to be in a constant purple patch?
A huge Be Bop Deluxe live collection that expands on the Live In The Air Age album.
Wolves In The Throne Room return with a stirring offering of black metal for the soul. Primordial Arcana is a succinct and splendid record.
Ambitious. Cinematic. Razor-sharp critique of big issues from Brixton-based rapper Dave on his second full length player.
Fugazi -the 1984 album from Marillion – is the next in the series to benefit from the definitive spit and polish treatment.
Produced and arranged by himself, Pokey LaFarge returns with a ten-song set on New West Records – In The Blossom Of Their Shade.
Timeless, breathless collection of funk, soul, blues and rock from Brooklyn’s Dakota Jones.
Shed Load records introduce us to the jaunty The Burner Band whose Signs And Wonders is a healthy dose of bluegrass country rock.
A trio of prog musos let their progressive hair down and go big time, old school on Allium: Una Storia