Feel the wrath of Californian heavyweights Xibalba, showing no mercy and keeping their cultural message intact with their fourth full-length Años En Infierno.
James Holt recently released his new single, Pendulum. Here, James writes about one of his biggest influences; the super talented Jacob Collier.
The fortieth anniversary of Rush’s Permanent Waves is marked with a retrospective set and needless to say a trawl through the memory banks.
Earlier this year, we reviewed the new album from an Australian band called Faceless Mirror. Here, Dean Macaw from Faceless Mirror writes about Aussie rockers, Cold Chisel.
Strawbs fans can rejoice with the pairing of Heartbreak Hill and Burning For You in Remastered and Expanded forms.
Damon Gough aka Badly Drawn Boy, one of Britain’s finest songwriters, returns after nearly a decade with Banana Skin Shoes.
The third album from Ben Kunder – Searching For The Stranger -is one that matches if not surpasses some of his most recent acclaimed work.
La Dharma have built up a huge underground following locally that’s making promoters take notice. Daniel Jones from La Dharma writes about why he loves The Cure for us.
LA’s Vitskär Süden release their debut album; full of doomy, stoner laden riffs and cosmic revelry which will appeal to fans of Hawkwind and Sleep.
FROST* are back with some quality leftovers on the Others EP that heralds the start of what looks like being a productive and FROST*-y 2020.
In a piece that seems apt at the moment, Simon Nicol shares his love of gigging. Not a band, not an artist, but a vital aspect of why we all love music; seeing it live.
Portable Radio return with a follow up to their Christmas EP; and a pre-cursor to their forthcoming album.
Polymnia is the debut album from Sailing Stones. The work of Jenny Lindfors, it’s a quietly assured and confident collection.
Horisont recently released their sixth album. The Swedish rockers truly delivered. Magnus Delborg, bassist with Horisont, writes about one of the most successful bands ever: Genesis.
Guitarist from American psych-rockers Dead Meadow, Jason Simon returns to solo endeavours with new album; A Venerable Wreck.