Talking Elephant Reissue OX15; the second solo album from the sadly missed multi-instrumentalist and former Fairport Convention & Jethro Tull man Maartin Allcock.
Enjoyable collection of artful seventies-flavoured rock from New Jersey based Paul Dutton.
To celebrate 50 years of The Beach Boys’ timeless music , Capitol/UMe release an expansive 5CD and digital box set titled Feel Flows – The Sunflower and Surf’s Up Sessions, 1969-1971.
A new look at the first three albums from the Ultimate Experimentalists, Third Ear Band.
Welcome return of a classic, lost album from Steve Ashley.
A prog inflected tip of the hat to classic 70s folk-rock with added post-punk rhythm section from Green Diesel.
Endearing debut album from classical violist turned multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Ali Comerford
Swallow The Sun release an incredible career spanning live album, covering all musical sides of this towering metal band from Finland.
Sheffield hosts the return of the Tramlines Festival and gives a huge crowd a chance to revel in the experience of live music in a big field.
Daniel De Vita shows us the full range of his experimental guitar and production skills with his tight Argentinian unit on this new Lunaria Records release Lost In Translation.
Angel Snow presents a ‘listen in one sitting’ challenge with an intimate and revealing and set of songs.
Brighton based Stranger Girl return with their brand new EP full of foot stomping indie pop rock.
That late period renaissance just keeps on flowing from David Crosby, who turns 80 years old in a few weeks.
First ever “Greatest Hits” collection of a great, yet overlooked, talent in the form of Jackie Leven.
Rodney Crowell offers a deeply personal contemplation of the political, climatic and economic upheavals of our times.