A rare glimpse into the early days of The Jimi Hendrix Experience – just as they were about to change the world forever.
New single from Beat Hotel – Beat Now – it’s infectious! And limited edition 7″ pressing.
New single from Davie Furey pulls at the heartstrings; a beauty, and just in time for Christmas.
Food for Remembrance Day thought. The Dicemen tell the story of the Buckinghamshire church that inspired a young soldier through the horrors of The Western Front.
We’re at Manchester Ritz for an evening of psychedelic splendour with Gong & Ozric Tentacles.
Recollections of the past and contemplations of the future. Prepare to be drawn into the thought-provoking world of Andrew Ferguson.
Jack Sharp mixes up a potent brew of primitive proto prog, with echoes of dark folk infusing through the grooves.
‘Hard to categorise’ instrumental set from Keith M Thomson hits several sweet spots.
Instrumental prog rock at its most listenable on MMTH’s album Infinite Heights shows intelligent rock can be created without being over complicated.
Fun Lovin’ Criminals are hitting a big milestone; 100% Columbian turns 25 and the band are out celebrating as only the FLC do.
Songs of love and friendship, motherhood, the natural world and the night sky – the debut from Lauren South is a restorative for jaded times.
Austrian post metal masters, Harakiri For The Sky, land in Manchester with fellow Austrians Ellende and the black metal veterans, Fen.
Ethereal and moving; Mànran reel you in and keep you captivated with their latest single.
From Cropredy to The Met – we catch up with the Joshua Burnell experience in Bury.
Jukka Mattila of Throat joins us for the second Why I Love we’ve published this month on Throbbing Gristle.