Fairport’s Cropredy Convention is a staple of the UK festival circuit. We believe it’s the best. Here are ten reasons why.
Bryan Adams kicks ass at Manchester AO Arena on the So Happy It Hurts tour.
Trish Clowes, with the album, A View With A Room, has created a memorable musical landscape, with playing full of imagination and soul.
Oysterband return to their regular Manchester haunt of the royal Northern College of Music.
Third installment in Cherry Red’s deluxe reissue series of Toyah’s Safari Records catalogue
The Pineapple Thief revisit some of their back catalogue in a rework, remodel, retake type situation.
Wonderful Beasts return with their second album following their debut LP; The Art Of Whisper, in 2020.
Nordic Duo, Gustaf Ljunggren and Skúli Sverrisson, deliver restful and introspective tunes – an emotionally transportive experience
Another view of the Saucerful Of Secrets show at Manchester Apollo; so good we reviewed it twice!
Bear’s Den return with their fourth LP, Blue Hours; one of their most personal records to date. It is sure to be an album of the year contender.
Mudlow add a slab of organic garage blues their soundtrack of dark worries with new single, Red Rock.
Jo Quail crafts another set of evocative pieces on the meisterwork that is The Cartographer.
Here’s the new single from Huwbergine that taps into a playful and poppy vein.
Time flies. Kate Rusby celebrates 30 years of touring as a professional folk singer with a set of star-studded reinterpretations.
The earliest solo ventures of Family’s dynamic frontman, Roger Chapman – remastered and expanded
The Fierce And The Dead release their first single in four years. It’s out now via the usual streaming services and Spencer Park Music.