Time on your hands? Paint the shed? Mow the lawn? Not Luke Jackson. Unable to be out on the road chasing his hope and dreams, Luke and his compadres conjure up a set of new songs.
Love You – a tribute to the musical legacy of Pink Floyd man Syd Barrett, celebrating half a century since their first appearance.
Steven Wilson finally releases his long delayed, much anticipated The Future Bites. It takes two of us to review.
A mandolin, electric and acoustic guitar instrumental work by Broon. Bizarrely, Cosmic Ceilidh is also one for the Rush fans to investigate.
At The Barrier takes a look back at 1971 and celebrates a seminal year for the Rock Album. Happy Birthday to these classics!
Here’s a musician who’s worth keeping an eye on on 2021. Remember the name – Megan Dixon Hood.
The Transatlantic mothership takes flight once more as the quartet takes Progressive Rock to new levels with their versions of The Absolute Universe.
Asphyx return to slay on their tenth album. Wrap up and get lost in the blizzard of destruction on Necroceros.
In the first Why I Love of 2021, singer songwriter Luke Jackson writes for us of his admiration for Martyn Joseph.
Nigel Powell (ex-Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls) returns with a new album using his solo moniker The Sad Song Co.
Fraternity? Bon Scott’s pre-AC/DC band have their two albums and a disc of rarities packed up by Grape Organisation.
Blair Dunlop at his absolute best on a live album from his tour of Queensland armed with just an acoustic guitar.
Another shedload of post classic Buzzcocks live material from the archive. As usual, Cherry Red do the honours.
Frozen Soul release their debut album invoking the classic sounds of Stockholm death metal, Carcass and Bolt Thrower.
Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou give us another four cuts from their much lauded 2020 collaboration, May Our Chambers Be Full.