The Crooked 45 are a new band made up of ex-members of Attention Thieves, Alex Green and James Harris, with singer-songwriter Sam C Harris. Here, Sam C. Harris shares his love for Nirvana.
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.
Phil Weller of Manchester prog metal band Prognosis, shares his thoughts on bands that have polarised fans opinions with their varied output.
Experimental instrumental prog/post rock giants Long Distance Calling go the whole hog on the souvenir record of an audio-visual live extravaganza.
We catch up with the first Big Big Train tour at Halifax’s Victoria Theatre – a grand performance on the Grand Tour.
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.
Harri Endersby helps us travel wherever we want with her wonderful new album.
Prog metallers Wheel announce a handful of UK date fro February 2020 backing up their Moving Backwards album.
Pist diversify on their latest outing, to devastating effect.
Winterfylleth are one of the UK’s finest metal acts. In this article, the bands bassist, Nick Wallwork, talks of his love of the mighty Type O Negative.
Black Star Riders, Stone Broken and Wayward Sons in a triple bill hard rock extravaganza at Manchester Ritz. We were there!
Amy Studt returns after a decade long hiatus to deliver something very special.
The ‘broken folk’ duo of Carli Jefferson and Clair Le Couteur who together make up Lunatraktors, tell us why they love Portishead.
Bury’s riff monsters, PIST, are massive fans of rock and roll. Here, Dave Rowlands, the band’s singer, shares his love of one of the finest rock and roll bands that England has to offer: Orange Goblin.
Rising Up Peterloo is billed as Modern Folk Theatre. Debs Newbold and Sean Cooney (The Young’Uns) have created something visceral and affecting in a minimal way.