Described as ‘ethereal’ and ‘beautifully cohesive’, we had to investigate Atlantæum Flood’s One Day album.
A huge onstage line up of greats from the annals of rock history pay a fitting tribute to Jack Bruce.
Melancholy’s minion, Josienne Clarke, arrives atop a flotilla of fuzzy synth chords on her new album, In All Weather.
Roine Stolt and his Flower King colleagues are back with a return to traditional values on Waiting For Miracles.
After first encountering Luke Jackson as a teenager, he’s now striking out with his fifth album at the grand old age of twenty five.
“A dream come true.” A rather special homecoming, commemorated in audio-visual form to keep forever. You can tell your grandkids, “I was there” and even spot (or hear) yourself in the audience.
The Brighton folksters delight in delving deep into the folk tradition. Going places where few rarely go, Neighbours And Sisters follows up the 2018 Sunday Express Album Of The Year, The Crowing.
Experimental instrumental prog/post rock giants Long Distance Calling go the whole hog on the souvenir record of an audio-visual live extravaganza.
Marillion are emerging as a worthy challenger to Jethro Tull in the spectacular re-issue series stakes. Afraid Of Sunlight hits the same sweet spot.
Pist diversify on their latest outing, to devastating effect.
The avid Genesis fan can help themselves to a series of Steve Hackett’s Revisited live albums and now here’s another.
The Pineapple Thief frontman has a new solo venture, “an observational record” that captures a mix of joy and consternation.
Simple Mids again invite us to come in, come out of the rain. We only need say one thing – “Let me see those hands.”
Toby Jepson’s boys have no problems with the ‘difficult second album’ syndrome as they rock out like it’s nineteen eighty something.
To say that the Norwegians sixth album shakes things up a bit may be the understatement of the year.