Pale Wizard Records to release 50 Years Later – Killer – a tribute to Alice Cooper’s Killer LP which was released in 1971.
Nine Skies is a French progressive rock band inspired by many influences: rock, pop, progressive and jazz are all evident on this polished acoustic opus.
Better late than never The Bird, The Book & The Barrel by The Lost Trades transports you through English folk tales to touch those sun-drenched sounds of California.
Moby returns with a collection of reimagined songs from his vast and eclectic musical career; complete with a wide array of special guests.
The Prodigy are one of the finest bands ever. Purveyors of a dastardly blend of rave, big beat, dance and metal; they’re a live band for the ages. Dominic Walsh looks back at a gig from 2010.
EDEIDA is the debut solo album by Thought Forms’ Charlie Romijn under her Silver Stairs Of Ketchikan moniker. Simon Tucker reviews.
Burning Witches return with their fourth long player; The Witch Of The North. A blistering set of heavy metal songs that will thrill you.
A collection of Clutch from 1993-2001. Not a bad starting point if you need a Clutch primer…
Laura Guldemond is lead singer with heavy metal group, Burning Witches. The band are set to release their fourth album, The Witch Of The North.
White Moth Black Butterfly deliver an album that’s both an outpouring of love and a cry for help.
Dark, intense and disturbingly graphic –an early masterpiece by Toyah revisited
BRUIT ≤ head into creation without constraints with a four track album of ambient Post Rock soundscapes
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.
News on the 2021 Tramlines Festival – set for Hillsborough Park on the weekend of 23rd July.