Amy Thatchers creates a squeezebox paean to her premature twins for when words are not enough.
We caught up with the Dauþuz prior to the release of their new album to discuss their influences, working as a duo, the state of black metal and more.
Appetising taster for the imminent debut album from Leeds’ rising stars Fizzy Blood withe the Complementary single.
Heaven 17 finally make it to Birmingham again after the now obligatory postponements. I think the phrase ‘better late than never’ is extremely apt.
Marillion return to the live stage this month. We mull over their ten date tour.
Closing The Window – songs inspired by inward reflection and solitude during lockdown from Rhona Macfarlane.
Steve Harley continues to wow with a rich group of songs, backed by The Cockney Rebel at the Lowther Pavillion in Lytham St. Annes.
Despatches on Khaki Angel Records. An expansive and eclectic new set from author Louis de Bernieres
MØL release new album Diorama, and dazzle our senses with a sublime combination of black metal and shoegaze.
Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys bring the album launch tour for The Wishing Tree to Manchester Night & Day.
Dauþuz return with another industrious slab of black metal mined from the depths of the German underworld.
Songs of death and hope by Joe Tilston – another powerful offering from those musical Tilstons
A Winter Miscellany by Ashley Hutchings and Friends is getting a relaunch… Observant readers may have noticed that winter is on its way. Most years, the onset of winter also signals the distant approach of Christmas, a season and celebration that, in 2020, was all but cancelled by […]
70s janglemasters, Starry Eyed & Laughing, take flight a full forty six years, and counting, since their last Byrds infused outing. Has the wait been worth it?
The latest installment of the Cue Dot series finds the label stepping into murkier waters with the new Scissorgun album. Simon Tucker reviews.