The 1994 album Wildflowers by Tom Petty has been released, remastered and extended with home recordings of discarded material and live concert recordings.
Marillion’s turbulent decade of the eighties comes under scrutiny. A story of swings and roundabouts.
Veteran Aussie rockers, Midnight Oil, make powerful statement in support of Aboriginal land rights on their new album.
Stage Door Guy – the post-blues-punk-poetry duo – release Wroclaw. A second multi-genre album with the maxim “it’s chaos out there, embrace it.”
Out digitally for a few months, John MOuse now releases The Goat in physical form on Keep Me In Your Heart Records.
Stage Door Guy premieres pointed new video for Amazing Grace from their new album, Wroclaw.
All the hits, and more, from re-formed, revitalized AOR megastars, the Eagles.
A unique mix of warmth and virtuosity from Blackpool-born acoustic guitar supremo, Jon Gomm.
The Flower Kings don’t feel the need to stem their creative juices as the inspiration, the muse has struck again and seen them craft a broad musical journey with Islands.
First released in March 1977, Something Magic by Procol Harum gets a remastered and expanded reboot with a live show from the period.
Thou & Emma Ruth Rundle collaborate on a wondrous album that forms the latest instalment of Sacred Bones Records’ Alliance Series.
Twenty three tracks of The Pogues ripping it up at the BBC.
Laura Shenton assesses the legacy of Tommy Bolin that stretches beyond a brief stint with Deep Purple.
The debut album by the glam-punkers Sigue Sigue Sputnik is given the Cherry Red box-set treatment.
I Could Have Made A Child – an intriguing melodic sadcore collection from Elly Kellner to brighten up your day.