La Luz release a shining diamond of a fourth album, full of great songs, and their fabulous blend of harmonies, surf guitar, psychedelic keyboards, and an intoxicating dance beat.
The ever evolving Mànran continue to deliver their solid wedges of rock infused trad. hues.
Some Roots-infused Americana, and a whole lot more on the third album from British seven piece, Fine Lines.
The Georgia Thunderbolts give raw and rootsy Southern Rock & Soul a good name.
The SEIMS juggernaut of experimental Post/Math Rock hits a peak with some stunning creations on the new album, Four.
The Pineapple Thief provide us with another excuse to fill the shelves with another mighty fine product – the Nothing But The Truth live document.
Dynatron (alias of Jeppe Hasseriis) form the sound to eternal space exploration on Origins, their new album through Blood Music.
Baron Crâne release their fourth album Les Beaux Jours, and unleash a powerhouse of heavy fusion sounds and astonishing musicianship.
The 2007 album from The Cult, expanded with a disc of bonus material. Astbury and Duffy, friends briefly reunited.
Composer, filmmaker and producer Brick Briscoe goes balls out rock and roll on his new album
Engaging, honest, intimate and haunting. An inspired third outing for the Nashville duo, Haunted By Human.
Prog ensemble Anyone release a 4th Album, In Humanity, a change to a highly improvisational progressive direction for the founder member, Riz Story.
Esoteric Records bring us another outstanding Al Stewart package, their third to date. The excellent Time Passages album was recorded at the latter end of the Seventies as Al was redefining his image as a musical raconteur.
The Hello Darlins deliver a classy and sophisticated wash of Canadian country-pop, with echoes of Alison Krauss guesting with Fleetwood Mac.
Eclipse deliver the goods (again) in the tired and trusted way with their eighth album showcasing their powerful Melodic Hard Rock.