Ranagri take the folk tradition by the scruff of the neck.
The Space Between -Second album from Brum’s purveyors of fiery folk, Bonfire Radicals
The Coast Road heads off on an exhilarating journey led by two insanely talented musicians
Sue Harding gets up close and personal as she explores the resonance of Darkling.
Deluxe six disc compilation of Pentangle’s “middle” period from Cherry Red.
Slipknot return for another blast of the extreme on The End, So Far…the closing of a chapter and the beginning of a new one? The signs are here.
Delightful tales of Warwickshire lives and legends – a stunning debut album from Warwick’s Ellie Gowers
Rewarding reinvention of Dublin legend evokes memories of classic Irish acts, all framed within an acidic self judgement.
A retro folk bomb of some delight, consistently sublime vocals with sterling backing from an A team of Scots trad specialists.
Widescreen debut from Toronto singer/songwriter Kyle Stephens. Dreaming is encouraged
Into the Great Unknown with The Blackheart Orchestra.
Disturbing, confessional second album from Brighton’s Yumi And The Weather on It’s All In My Head.
Pronghorn celebrate 30 years of Cowpunk with their Glorious Twelfth (album).
Vital eighth album from New York’s multi-national Gypsy Punk ensemble, Gogol Bordello.
Thirty years as masters of extreme Metal – the Behemoth flame still burns fiercely.