Notes from the Underground is an intriguing release that showcases the influence and impact of radical music of the Twentieth Century.
Glasgow six-piece Trip release their debut, four years in the making.
A lockdown solo effort. As The Tide Gets High And Low from Italian bluesman Gianni Tbay as The Blues Against Youth, his one-man-band project.
Lachlan Bryan on a big album whose title is DEFINITELY NOT about COVID! 😉
Paul Draper on how to become a complete cult in the music industry.
An extensive collection of the new and the old from the archive of the prolific Anthony Phillips.
The underlooked early presence of Arrival, the UK’s premier vocal front line, later becoming the core of Kokomo.
Americana/Blues mix – with love from Zagreb, Croatia. She Brought Me Gasoline release There Were Times.
Moments is the exuberant second album from Jamie Webster. It was recorded at Rockfield Studios in South Wales with producer, Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers).
The brand-new album from Eric Gales, produced by Joe Bonamassa and Josh Smith, puts him back at the top of the blues tree with a wonderful blend of soulful, funky, rocky blues.
Tokyo Blade return with their latest full length player. Fury was recorded during lockdown and delivers 15 top notch slices of classic rock.
Grammy-winning singer/songwriter, Aoife Donovan, shares her lifetime journey on Age Of Apathy.
Boris return with W; the follow up to 2020’s NO. As ever, the Japanese trio are in ground breaking and imperious form as they traverse an array of styles.
Hawkwind forty years on – Sonic Attack gets a revisit.
Gilmore Trail end six years of silence with a brooding collection of atmospheric instrumental rock on Impermanence.