The second Fightmilk album has the boisterous Britpoppery of Sleeper, the pop-punk effervescence of Sløtface and the Goth-tinged angry jangle of Desperate Journalist.
Not the 2021 Winter Tour – But a brilliant memento of Fairport Convention’s last show pre-lockdown
Mission Jupiter are a Belarusian quintet out of Minsk who have just released their stunning new album, Talk To Me.
Cherry Red release an extensive remastered version of the 1992 album In The Running by Howard Jones.
After the Rain by Indolore is a summery collection of mellow, tuneful songs bringing a radiant touch through contemplative and reflective thoughts.
News of an expansive 2CD release from Eighties Art Rock outfit Plenty, that delves into the Borrowed, Old and Older.
Barry Noakes emerges from a broken relationship with a new album – in all respects, A New Dawn.
We are lucky to share with you the brand new video from Banter. Unquiet Grave features Phil Beer and is a traditional folk number delivered with Banter’s unique style.
Folk with a twist from The World’s smallest Big Band; there are many moments of great subtlety, when Banter decide to rock out, they do so with passion.
Growing Up Song is the new single, from Kimberley Rew (Soft Boys, Katrina & The Waves, writer of Walking On Sunshine) & Lee Cave-Berry.
A new (slightly) expanded Jon Anderson remastered release – Animation from 1982
Ideas galore from Bristol prog experimentalists Last Hyena.
Luke Haines gives a new state of the nation address on the wonderfully titled new record.
ALBUM OF THE WEEK
Partly inspired by old photographs of seaside towns, The Coral’s latest album is a bright and breezy collection of tunes instilled with their sixties sound.
Gojira unleash their new album Fortitude which shows a band at the peak of their creative powers, combining full on metal, with an extraordinary range of other musical influences.