Beans On Toast delivers his annual seasonal offering. A double dose in fact, offering a rare celebration and the usual observations on the past twelve months. You know what’s coming…
A live vintage recording from Yes member Bill Bruford’s band, Bruford, to rival more recent recordings from his Yes colleague’s current new releases and re-releases.
Dream Theater are in anniversary mode again as arguably their best album (plus assorted titbits) gets a full airing in London for the record.
Eric Clapton heads the stellar cast at the Crossroads Guitar Festival captured on an extensive set.
Uplifting and enjoyable – Los Angeles duo, Thee Holy Brothers, tell the story of Sparkle’s spiritual quest.
In the same year as Jon Anderson released his 1000 Hands album he goes back to almost the start of his solo catalogue with a reissue of Song Of Seven.
Grab a beer, sit back, and watch the sun set as the Pacific laps around your feet. BJ Cole brings Hawaii to your living room
Esoteric Records celebrate the anniversary of 24 Carrots by Al Stewart, which complemented a set of brilliant albums recorded with Shot In The Dark in the late 70’s and early 80’s.
½ dove – ½ pigeon is the debut album from art-punk combo Micko & The Mellotronics.
Chilly Gonzales presents lounge piano variations on a flurry of Christmas favourites – with a twist!
Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre celebrates fifty years of the band with a selection of material given a new spin.
Masterful slice of transatlantic roots music from Scottish/Canadian Ensemble led by Ewan Macintyre.
Neil Young releases the next instalment in his ‘performance series’, with a live rendition of the Greendale album.
Those Lovell sisters bring fun and pleasure to a locked-down world with their new album of classic covers. We review Kindred Spirits by Larkin Poe.
Collapse Under The Empire, release their new Post-Rock/ Electronic album Everything We Will Leave Beyond Us.