Gritty, hardcore messaging on the debut album from Bristol post-garage punks, the Holy Popes.
Full House For Sale is the new live album from Fairport Convention. It celebrates 1970’s Full House. We discuss the performance with the band.
Requests for Valentine’s Day: Gooey musings from lo-fi ‘slacker’ JW Francis on Dream House.
Over Hulton Folk Club kick off 2023 in style with Merry Hell.
News of the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition for 2023.
Two albums and two sides of Hayley Griffiths, swinging from sweeping arrangements of familiar traditional songs to powerful and symphonic rock.
Martyn Joseph is back at The Met for another rousing and uplifting performance.
A wonderful kind of strange to catch dreams to. Quirks, strangeness and charm from Thomas Truax.
Wrong Side Of Paradise – Album #5 from hard rock outlaws Black Star Riders packed with a confident swagger.
Lo-fi triumph from garage proto-punk reprobates Neverland Ranch Davidians.
Tremendous pot-pourri containing all aspects of the virtuoso fiddle man, John McCusker, covering all his collaborations and solo work.
San Franciscan boundary-pusher Mickelson teams up with XTC bassist Colin Moulding – and comes up with something a bit special…
Here are a few bands that we would love to see tread the boards at Damnation 2023, in our opinion.
2022 Cropredy triumph preserved for posterity – Fairport celebrate the 50th -plus anniversary of their 1970 masterpiece – Full House
Katatonia continue in their mission of rearranging the order of heavy music. Sky Void Of Stars seduces with more dark rituals of doubt.