One of those ‘lost classic’ albums, this time featuring the combined talents of Harry Nilsson and Randy Newman which has been re-created by British singer/songwriter, Steve Hogg, some 50 years after its release.
We take another trip into the time tunnel as John Barlass recollects his trips to Buxton and the Buxton Festivals of 1973 and 1974. Enjoy tales of Party Four cans, negligible use of polythene sheets, a lot of rain, and lots of great music.
Steve Harris puts his day job aside for a while and gets back to basics with his ‘up close and personal’ side project British Lion.
News of the new re-issue of the Simple Minds Street Fighting Years album in multiple formats.
Martyn Joseph turns his attention to the songs of Phil Ochs on Days Of Decision on Pipe Records.
Bonded are a band born of members of many great bands. A collective group of veterans releasing their debut record together; Rest In Violence.
Jonathan Hultén, the darkly enigmatic Swedish Grammy-winning songwriter has released the first single & video for track “The Mountain” taken from his debut solo album Chants From Another Place, due for release on Kscope on 13th March.
A new theatrical version of The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff performed by BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winners, The Young’uns will open Northern Stage’s 50th anniversary season (4-22 February) ahead of regional performances.
Six years on from IX, Texan art-rock punk mothertruckers And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, come back with a vengeance on their tenth.
InMe are ready to release their new album. In the run up to the album coming out, Gazz Marlow took some time to write about his love of Biffy Clyro.
The At The Barrier tribute to Rush drummer Neil Peart. A devastating loss to the music world.
Mike Ainscoe looks back at his first ever gig – an encounter with thin Lizzy at Manchester Apollo in 1979.
The Inspector Cluzo mix a unique way of presenting blues lyrics, spoken word and falsetto voices with outstanding traditional blues playing.
Civil Villains’ drummer, Toby Warren, shares his love of the American hardcore punk band, Every Time I Die in the latest in our Why I Love series.
A monster set from a particularly prolific period for Glenn Hughes. To be fair, the voice of rock has never shied away from being anything less than active.