Nick Cave and Warren Ellis tour their joint recording, Carnage, invoking the spirits at a prayer meeting in all seven stations of Hell. Praise be!
Stage Door Guy premieres pointed new video for Amazing Grace from their new album, Wroclaw.
Expanded version of the end of Island’s love affair with Martyn, studio, live and with added Dave Gilmour.
The remarkable renaissance of this Scottish institution continues to enthral and amaze. Old Blind Dogs ascend the heights on Knucklehead Circus.
The Family man’s solo adventures continue: Installment 2 in the Cherry Red/Esoteric Roger Chapman reissue programme
2017’s Rising album by Goldray was a terrific psych fest. Proof that lightning can strike twice, Kenwyn House and Leah Rasmussen are back with a tremendous second album in Feel The Change.
Magnum start 2021 with a best of their heftier material in Dance Of The Black Tattoo.
Nad Sylvan changes direction to interpret the poems of Irish Romantic poet WB Yeats, showing his creative credentials on Spiritus Mundi.
Excalibur V – Episode five in the increasingly inaccurately-named Trilogy from Alan Simon.
Dissonance Records is one arm of Cherry Red Records that looks after heavier bands and reissues. We check out a selection of their releases here.
Live! In London is the tenth album by Sean Taylor and is an excellent summary of the man, his music and his history.
A trio of pleasant reminders of 2022 as we round up releases by Ian McNabb, The Feedback File and Anthony Toner.
Another bank holiday, another backlog…. Here’s a trio that missed the deadline but aren’t worth losing altogether.
Anthems, hope and escapism – it’s all there on Posh Pop – the first Toyah album for 13 years!
A collection of Clutch from 1993-2001. Not a bad starting point if you need a Clutch primer…