I Like Trains return with their first album in eight years and take aim at the strife that the modern day offers.
The Pineapple Thief conjure up a magical album that considers the blurring between the real and the perceived. Versions Of The Truth is their soundtrack for a post-truth world.
An album that explores the image of the horses in British folklore. Rakcozy adds a colourful dash and vibrancy on Frontrunner.
Amongst Liars are an up and coming rock band from Brighton. They have just released their new single, Burn The Vision.
We have a look back at the Yes music that features the holy trinity of Anderson, Wakeman & Howe, who have all released new LP’s in 2020.
An excellent Cherry Red compilation thats sets the time machine dials to 1978 when the backlash punk had evolved in all sorts of directions.
Human Hell release their new EP on 28th August. The band join us to talk of their love of the mighty metal overlords, Meshuggah.
Ulver return with another masterclass in synth based Doom Dance. The band build on their previous effort with added perfection.
Tim Bowness presents an ethereal collection of new songs that, despite the tranquil setting, have a hard and disturbing core.
Rick Wakeman joins Yes alumni, Jon Anderson and Steve Howe, in releasing a new solo album in 2020. The Red Planet features 8 newly composed pieces.
Laura Fell has announced her debut full-length ‘Safe from Me’ on former music journal turned record label, Balloon Machine Records. Her new single, Bone Of Contention is released today. We caught up with Laura to ask her about the new single, and her new album.
Doves release The Universal Want on September 11th. We chatted to Andy Williams, drummer with Doves, prior to release to find out more.
Daniel Nestlerode combines traditional and original numbers on his excellent new album, Windrush.
Sky Grew Near is an intriguing set from the combined talents of Robyn G Shiels and Steve Nolan. An immersive experience that’s sombre and haunting.
Being described simply as a singer-songwriter only provides the merest hint of the layers of paradox and enigma that lie within the grooves of Last Of The Sun – the new album from Lucy Feliz.