Pre- and during lockdown compositions see symphonic rock ensemble Winter In Eden release their well-crafted fourth studio album, Social Fake, which is bristling with energy.
Once again we find inspiration and solace with The Waterboys.
Second album from Kinnaris Quintet pushes their signature joie de vivre into the stratosphere.
Mabel Windred-Wornes of Charm Of Finches joins us to write about why she and her sister love Sufjan Stevens.
Topette!!, bumblebees and bagpipes. An intriguing combination.
Swedish progressive folk-fusion-rock band Kaipa release their 14th studio album: a mind-expanding venture through the Swedish landscape.
Fairport Convention reach The Met on their Spring Tour. Inevitably, we were there.
Pastoral whimsy, psychedelic studio trickery and the sound of summer in western North Carolina
More stunning home-smoked philosophies from the great great granddaddy of American outlaw music, Willie Nelson.
Their Invisible Hands by Clara Engel is an album you must hear, with its collection of engaging and immersive songs, and excellent musicianship.
Craig Gould tells us of his love of Britpop kings, OCS. Craig will release his new single, Burned, on 11th May 2022.
All the way from Melbourne, Australia, we catch up with Charm Of Finches on their European Tour at The Met in Bury.
The third Pershagen studio album Hilma, combines Nordic-folk roots and Sweden’s take on head-spinning instrumental cosmic rock.
As foretold by Mike Harding no less, the Gigspanner Big Band storm the Stoller.
Sonicbond and On Track are back on our bookshelves with the mighty Opeth.