An exhilarating new talent from their bottomless pit of amazing young bluesmen. Kingfish is Live In London.
We’re joined by Young Folk Award winner, Maddie Morris, who shares her admiration for singer-songwriter, Ani DiFranco.
Swoony chantoozie with melodic charm aplenty, Ceitidh Mac, makes more indelible her mark, on EP number two.
Exquisite! More glorious gloomy songs “in the key of Fife” from King Creosote. Out now on Domino Records.
Yet another Zappa 50th Anniversary celebration. This time, it’s the turn of Overnite Sensation, the definitive ‘Gateway to Zappa’ album.
Astute observations of the human psyche – dressed in a poppy MOR gown, courtesy of Cork singer-songwriter Cormac O Coaimh.
With A Night Of Salvation in the books and setting the musical bar very high, Damnation Festival set about raising the bar further.
Wilfully avoiding the mainstream, Edgar Broughton remains resolutely underground and genre curious. Welcome back!
Thunderous Jones return with new single HeREtiC…
Widescreen prog, some disturbing recollections and a dose of black humour – there’s lots to take in on the new album from Airbridge.
The Pleasures add their own edge to the Americana template on the debut release.
Before Damnation Festival kicks off proper, the brilliant team behind the festival offer up ‘A Night Of Salvation;’ a pre-cursor with an equally stacked bill.
Gong – forever evolving – keeping the teapot flying on Unending Ascending.
We enjoy the glamour and grunge of a New York dive bar with Kassi Valazza at Birmingham’s Sunflower Lounge.
First solo album in six years from The Mystic Beatle’s only offspring is a venture into gothic electronica.