Amorphis guitarist Esa Holopainen leads his Silver Lake with some very special guests on a superb debut album.
Dramatic, evocative suite of tunes from revered Orcadian fiddler Graham Rorie on his album – The Orcadians Of Hudson Bay.
A 50th Anniversary, Ashes Are Burning – An Anthology, Live In Concert release to celebrate a landmark occasion for Renaissance.
With a strong connection to traditional blues influences, Shotgun Shack is the debut EP from local duo Dust Radio, conjuring up the Southern blues sound.
Counting Crows release the first in a series of musical suites, that provide an immersive and musically evocative soundtrack for our times.
Fifth solo album from guitarist/songwriter Matt Backer showcases his guitar slinger prowess
Staran add another string to the powerful bow that is the vibrant Scottish folk music scene.
Gary Numan returns with Intruder; his 18th opus full of industrial beats, crushing guitars, and jagged glitches.
Liverpool-based Irish duo Seafoam Green pull out all the stops on Martin’s Garden. A stylishly produced and mixed bag of tremendous music.
Enthralling blend of grunge, heavy rock, blues, soul and more from a ticking Seattle timebomb named Ayron Jones.
The latest in the Cue Dot Records series sees Moth Effect (Andy Le Gresley) delve into the world of kosmische, loops and the joy of repetition. Simon Tucker reviews.
Jo Quail joins Supervøid in to create and dark, dense and suitably intense trip through The Great Nothing.
CSNY’s magnum opus, Deja Vu, gets the 50th anniversary deluxe reissue treatment – with a treasure trove of alternative versions and works in progress.
A fully realised conceptual record exploring the early stages of loss from Acolyte
A reformed Goodbye Mr Mackenzie unleash a live album, that demonstrates again, what a great live and musically unique band they are, and why we have missed them so much.