Fancy some psychedelic forest folk rock? Might sound unusual and not something you see (or hear) ever day but describes Hexvessel and Kindred to a tee.
Elephant Tree emerge from Church Studios with an epic piece of work that constitutes their third album Habits.
Toronto’s Scott Hardware recently released Engel, his second full-length album, and first on Telephone Explosion Records. It marks the end of a three-year process of writing, recording and letting down his guard (for better or worse.) Here, Scott Hardware tells us why he loves Diamanda Galás.
Passepartout Duo have put together a truly wonderful piece of art, on many levels, for their first full length album.
Laura Marling delights on her seventh LP, that has surprisingly been released at short notice to provide a sense of union in 2020.
Pokey LaFarge returns with his new album, Rock Bottom Rhapsody; a personal story of getting to the bottom of the glass and beyond.
The dark folk/black metal crossover of Myrkur immerses us in traditional Scandinavian storytelling that has a resonance with our modern world.
Folk fused singer songwriter Pete Morton releases his first set of new songs since 2015 with A Golden Thread, out on Further Records.
Scott & Maria are an Anglo-Celtic-Hellenic duo who write uplifting acoustic tunes evoking the heart with their mesmerising harmonies. Influenced by the earth and the stars and all forms of love, they create powerful feel good music.
Miles Hunt – Live from his living room. Jon Kean provides a view of the alternative live experience.
We go on track again and look at the next in the series that examines the output of Fairport Convention, Hawkwind and Toto. Three bands who define their genre.
It’s a lot harder to describe the Bootyard Bandits than it is to fall in love with their heavy-country-sleaze-rock from Worcester.
The debut album from Beatrix Player and PROG award winner Ms Amy Birks is a class act.
Peter Knight’s Gigspanner Big Band follow up their live work with as an impressive a debut as you’ll find. Anywhere. It’s called Natural Invention.
Henry Jamison has released the latest single from his forthcoming EP, Tourism, featuring the celestial quartet that is Darlingside as his backing band.