Audio wave riding high priest of the sonic spheres boycalledcrow and, experimental artist and remixer Xqui have teamed up to bring you their debut album under the name of Wonderful Beasts.
Their previous This Is Eggland album was pretty good. I Am Moron finds The Lovely Eggs bringing us more idiocy from Lancaster.
Phil Saatchi releases Sun Come Up which showcases the many strings to his bow.
Take a listen to Out There by Ranagri – a song which proves uncannily apt for our current times.
Live! In London is the tenth album by Sean Taylor and is an excellent summary of the man, his music and his history.
So here we are once more. The 1983 debut album from infamous prog rockers Marillion gets re-issued with all the trimmings almost forty years after the initial release.
Night Flight – a new name but who’ve made an impression with their White Noise EP on CRC Records.
Guardians by August Burns Red is easily one of the most anticipated metal records of this year. Anything but perfection here would be a disaster. Handily perfection is what we get.
We catch up with Magic Sword at the Temple of all Beginnings to try and get a little more information about what brought the band together, what their influences are, and what might be next for Keeper, Seer and Weaver.
Twisted Wheel continue their evolution with a third album – Satisfying The Ritual – whose influences are far and wide, high and handsome and make up a belter of a record.
Wu Fei & Abigail Washburn have created a work that is a testament to the connective power of music across seemingly disparate cultures.
The Slow Readers Club release their fourth album in a flurry of activity. The sombre premonitions of The Joy Of The Return will never be more apt.
Iain Matthews is folk-rock royalty. Whilst delving deep into Americana, Iain was a founding member of British folk-rock legends, Fairport Convention. He went on to form Matthews Southern Comfort and Plainsong and has a humongous catalogue of music available.
Mike Ainscoe travels back in time to 1982 when he had his first encounter with Marillion. A guilty pleasure for nigh on forty years.
Hell’s Ditch are a punk band from Nottingham; they are a new band formed of members from other bands including ex/current members of Bad Ideas, River Jumpers & Dearist. They write about their love of Ash for our Why I Love column.