Portable Radio release their new single, backed with two new B-sides, and we have the exclusive premiere of the bands’ new video!
We do the honours again with the On Track series that looks at the music of Aimee Mann and Psych Prog rockers Gong.
Welcome reissue of an acid-folk classic – featuring the Incredible String Band’s founder – Clive Palmer explores the Spirit Of Love
Opeth announce a twentieth anniversary reissue of their landmark album – Blackwater Park. All the details here…
Honey And The Bear – Jon and Lucy Hart – take a trip through unknown territory. Will they survive? Read on…
Magical fusion of Scottish instrumental folk, experimental rock, jazz and ambient from Breabach bassist, James Lindsay
A debut album from the multi-national post rock band Mount Forel. Reputed to have met under an apple tree they certainly have gravitas as a highly listenable sonic experience.
An alternative appraisal of those classic 70s years when may were Riding The Rock Machine – by Grapefruit Records
Vivid evocations of Thames Estuary life from Southend-on-Sea’s folk/Americana troubadour MG Boulter
Featuring 16 studio recordings of alternate takes, long cuts and jam versions of ‘Wildflowers’ songs curated with help from his loving family, bandmates and collaborators, another visit is made to the revolutionary Wildflowers album.
Bewitcher have just released their latest album, Cursed Be Thy Kingdom. We caught up with Bewitcher, to talk about the new album, artwork, vinyl and more.
At The Barrier was shocked and devastated to learn of the sudden death, earlier this week, of our great friend Rob Lewis. We pay tribute…
Peter Knight has waved his wand (cunningly disguised as a bow) and magically transformed traditional into new mesmerising tunes on the new Gigspanner release From Poets To Wives.
On their new album Witch Coven, Rorcal & Earthflesh have created a dynamic fusion of the black metal and doom metal genres together with other musical influences, It’s an intense listening experience that once again demonstrates the creative potential of metal.
The new single AND video from KK Hammond – her Devil Kin Blues is a brooding stormer to feast upon.