The third album from Ben Kunder – Searching For The Stranger -is one that matches if not surpasses some of his most recent acclaimed work.
La Dharma have built up a huge underground following locally that’s making promoters take notice. Daniel Jones from La Dharma writes about why he loves The Cure for us.
LA’s Vitskär Süden release their debut album; full of doomy, stoner laden riffs and cosmic revelry which will appeal to fans of Hawkwind and Sleep.
FROST* are back with some quality leftovers on the Others EP that heralds the start of what looks like being a productive and FROST*-y 2020.
In a piece that seems apt at the moment, Simon Nicol shares his love of gigging. Not a band, not an artist, but a vital aspect of why we all love music; seeing it live.
Portable Radio return with a follow up to their Christmas EP; and a pre-cursor to their forthcoming album.
Polymnia is the debut album from Sailing Stones. The work of Jenny Lindfors, it’s a quietly assured and confident collection.
Horisont recently released their sixth album. The Swedish rockers truly delivered. Magnus Delborg, bassist with Horisont, writes about one of the most successful bands ever: Genesis.
Guitarist from American psych-rockers Dead Meadow, Jason Simon returns to solo endeavours with new album; A Venerable Wreck.
When The Time Is Right is a beautiful sign-off from John Cee Stannard. A marvellous musician and achieved with the help of a fantastic band.
The first full solo album from the ultra-busy Kavus Torabi is a divine collection of music. Hip To The Jag is out on Believers Roast Records.
Wigan folk rockers, Merry Hell are set to release a series of singles. The first, Leave It In The Ground, is out today.
Antony Egerton, Winachi Tribe co-founder, writes about one of his musical loves for us; French musical duo, Cassius.
We found a lovely short collection of bright, fresh, jaunty songs on the Storm Sessions EP by astrid.
Gerry Conway shares his love of the music of the mighty Stevie Wonder; who recently celebrated his 70th birthday.