The Neal Morse Band celebrate their return to Inside Out Music with the announcement of a brand new live album – The Great Adventour Live in Brno 2019.
The annual missive from Beans finds him rounding up the year with the usual suspects and a bout of weary inevitability.
Finnish rockers return with a wildly intriguing new album from the shores of Scandinavia.
Jon Boden reunites with his Remnant King rearguard for the latest part of his solo journey.
David Gedge pens Sleevenotes. What do we make of the latest in the Pomona series from artists writing about their own works?
Black Moth bid us a triumphant farewell as they lay waste to Leeds one more time.
Londoner, Ajay Srivastav releases a unique Christmas combo, featuring his sitar and tabla driven version of the hymn, Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, backed by the karmic blues of My Illusion
Dweezil Zappa showcases one of his father’s finest and most influential releases of his storied career.
Wit woo – what better way to start your Christmas countdown than with an evening of Yorkshire seasonal pub carols and songs guided by Kate Rusby.
We take a look at local musician Little Sparrow and what she’s been doing since her Just 3 EP release. The striking video for Corner Of The Room finds her in fighting form.
Sky Valley Mistress prepare debut album after signing with New Heavy Sounds.
Earth Moves are an underground supergroup, with members from We Never Learned To Live, Grappler, and Cloud Boat, the band straddle musical worlds. Here the bands singer talks of his love of Deftones.
Chris Stewart aka Black Marble, delivers a superb album of 80’s drenched synth beauty.
As seasonal as the turkey and trimmings, there’s a new Kate Rusby Christmas album, Holly Head.
How refreshing to find a band which has developed their own distinctive sound. The Little Unsaid follow Atomise with a selection of songs to make up the Music/Nature EP.