Seth Lakeman completes 2021 at The Met, with the last of a handful of intimate dates accompanied by Alex Hart.
Behemoth release In Absentia Dei; their lockdown streaming event which takes their musical and aesthetic presentation to brand new levels.
We continue our more in-depth reminiscing over the great records of 1971 with a look at the album from Lindisfarne that brought Geordie culture to the world.
Award winning designer and musician Keanan Duffty (Slinky Vagabond) joins us to share the love for Vivienne Westwood.
Can’t keep ’em down. New music, orchestral and acoustic, anniversary tours and now a career spanning compilation from Hawkwind.
News of Whiskey And Winter – the new single from Liverpool’s Hushtones and their Christmas headline show at Jimmy’s.
Jon Kean pops down to Trowbridge Town Hall to catch the live show by Katherine Priddy – an artist who’s featured a lot on ATB this year.
An ideal festive start to the season’s celebrations was enjoyed by Young’uns fans at Bury Met. Songs of old, new and festive were all included.
Prolific singer-songwriter Sean Taylor shows his contemplative side on album No.12
Faceless Mirror release a new single – Only You – as usual we’re on the case, spreading the word about a band we believe in.
Insights to the state of the Western World – from veteran campaigner George Mann.
Tom Rodwell showcases a multitude of styles in a new collection that’s a tribute to his commitment to making and recording music in a natural way.
Contemplative solo excursion for Blood Red Shoes chanteuse Laura-Mary Carter.
SOM have a new album – The Shape Of Everything – released on 21st January by Pelagic Records.
A consummate celebration of nature, a marriage of words, music and illustration, bringing back together an A team of performers to reprise the unrepriseable in Spell Songs II.