The Erkonauts – purveyors of chaotic prog-punk-metal – release their “most personal work to date” with I Want It To End.
Scandinavia imparts another thrilling record upon us with the second album from Dune Sea, Moons of Uranus. Expect classic Deep Purple vibes.
The War On Drugs arrives just in time to rescue us with a collection of live recordings sequenced to replicate a 70-minute set, bringing deep joy at the end of a tumultuous year.
Scottish solo artist Celestial North brings you her shimmering and ethereal post rock pop with the Distant Life single.
Electronic Rhapsody from prolific Scandinavian songstress Ane Brun on her new album, After The Great Storm.
As musicians find alternatives to playing live, Bleek Noir dips into the catalogue for some acoustic imaginings.
KOYO releases the new single and video, Walking On Air – the result of working with legendary Strokes producer, Gordon Raphael.
Rachel Newton pays tribute to the women who’ve inspired and shaped her on To The Awe.
Classic 1975 solo album from Yes bassman Chris Squire gets the remix treatment – and more…
DarWin follow up the debut album with the next in a planned series that addresses the challenges faced by mankind in the future.
The near future is here. We fire over some questions to DarWin about the A Frozen War album and you get a chance to listen in.
Merry Hell follow up their Hourglass trilogy of single releases with the usual Sunday release of a full album that inspires love and togetherness and hopefully brings a sackful of hope.
Jordan West from Devon blues rock duo Moriaty, gives us a Why I Love on The White Stripes.
Moriaty -the band who give it everything they have. They have to, there are only two of them. The Die Is Cast finds Jordan West and Matthew Partridge, erm, giving everything they have. To great effect.
Diverse musical maestros combine to deliver a sublime fusion of guitar rock and R&B on United State Of Mind.