We attended a live event!! The official Folk Album Chart is launched by Mark Radcliffe at HOME in Manchester.
Laura Fell releases Safe From Me; an exquisite debut from London-based singer-songwriter who is a trained psychotherapist.
Pallbearer return with their fourth full length album. Forgotten Days is a sublime album that pushes the Arkansas quartet further into the stratosphere.
The Bolton Iron Maiden are on their way back. We caught up with ever-present bandmember, Paul O’Neill, to find out more.
Pure Reason Revolution head back to 2006 and follow this year’s excellent Euphnea by returning to their first album for a definitive edition of The Dark Third.
The Slow Readers Club don’t let the grass grow under their feet and use the lockdown to put together a new album.
Jenny Sturgeon pays homage to the natural world in an all encompassing piece of creative art. The Living Mountain is a love letter to the Cairngorms.
The Bolton Iron Maiden are set to return with an album of new material following their 2006 release, Maiden Flight.
We chat to a genuine legend. Dave Brock from Hawkwind fills us in on his and the band’s current comings and goings.
The Inspector Cluzo turn up (or down) with a live album from the Spring of 2020.
The Marriage examine love and relationships, from meeting to parting to recrimination to recovery.
A slimmed down version of Hawkwind tackle the global crisis with a new record, Carnivorous.
Judy Dyble and David Longdon. Their mutual admiration results in an album that serves as a beautiful swan song.
Bleak times call for bold measures. Lunatraktors give us something to be going on with while we await the follow up to This Is Broken Folk.
Blue Oyster Cult return with The Symbol Remains. Their first new music for night on twenty years.