Jack Sharp from Wolf People releases an austere and stark debut, based round traditional music and words from his local county of Bedfordshire.
Progressively tinted Dutch dark rock from Dool that finds colour in the shadows.
Pavey Ark is a new name to us. We have a listen to their debut album, Close Your Eyes And Think Of Nothing
A Judie Tzuke collection that brings together all of her recorded output whilst signed to Chrysalis Records, spanning 1982 to 1983
The Roadhawks album from the classic Hawkwind line up of 1976 gets a reboot and polish by Atomhenge/Cherry Red. Tremendous stuff.
Kirsty Merryn follows up the promise of the excellent She And I with a new record that strips things back yet delivers haunting atmospheres.
Rotting Teeth In The Horse’s Mouth sees SAVAK return with their fourth album since 2015.
Primo! are making guitar music that explores the boundaries of everyday life with calm levity, tilted grace and grit.
Tom Kitching goes on an 18 month ‘busk’, now captured on an album (and book) reflecting the changing face of England.
The Black Dahlia Murder serve up a death metal album rammed full of grit, zest and venom.
A fitting tribute to the great and sadly missed Neil Innes. His 1973 debut album in expanded format.
Fassine’s third album will make you feel plenty of things; it’s up to you to decide where those emotions take you.
Tent Of Miracles from 1990 finds the thirteenth album by Spirit reissued in an expanded format with a live show from Amsterdam as the added bonus.
Code Orange. They twist the boundaries of dissonance, pulverising your weak human body with sound. Underneath is their 2020 release
Fancy some psychedelic forest folk rock? Might sound unusual and not something you see (or hear) ever day but describes Hexvessel and Kindred to a tee.