Jon Kean catches up with a live stream from Valley Maker in support of the When The Day Leaves album release.
SoCal’s Sunny War presents the fruits of a productive lockdown; Simple Syrup is a delectable record.
Electronic producer Clark returns with a new album released via the celebrated Deutsche Grammophon label. Simon Tucker reviews.
And Now For Something Completely Different! At The Barrier takes a sip of Mongolian Folk Metal from Nine Treasures – And we like it!
Aqualung forms part of the pantheon of great records of 1971. This legendary Jethro Tull album gets a 50th anniversary reissue on 26th March.
An intriguing fusion of cultures from Roberto Cassani – Lombardy and Scotland stand together
On Track with the classic British hard rock band UFO – warts and all – all the highs and lows of their catalogue.
Soothing. Unsettling. Challenging. Brighton’s Nick Hudson gives an intriguing preview of his forthcoming album
Wheel deliver a slab of brooding Dark Metal with progressive tinges on Resident Human, exploring the complexities of the human condition.
Olias Of Sunhillow by Jon Anderson – arguably the best of the Yes solo albums that sprung out as the band took a break in 1975/6
John Smith makes the most of a difficult period from a professional and personal perspective and in The Fray, delivers a painstaking musical account of the times.
Matt Loveridge returns with a new album under his MXLX moniker. An album that nearly never was. Simon Tucker reviews.
1971 was a year to savour, musically. So many great albums and bands, but one band that had run their course were The Beatles. Whilst the fab four had gone their separate ways, they were all still making fab music.
Canadian singer songwriter Ariana Fig releases her new EP, Taboo. It contains four songs full of warm synths and plenty of 80’s nostalgia.
Synth genius Wavewulf releases electrifying new album Space Art And Angels. A journey through every realm of space, time and life.