Cambridgeshire based singer songwriter Soloman Smith returns with another fine set of songs.
Ain’t no cure for the summertime blues…. Except maybe this footle around the magic sack of releases from Arkansauce, This Much Talent and The Panama Picnic Orchestra.
African Head Charge offer a quirky and quality product from Africa, Ghana to London and back again, with a side order of High Wycombe’s finest.
The Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe joint headline world tour hits the Lancashire coastline.
First two albums from National Treasures, Stackridge, get the deluxe reissue treatment
AVKRVST lead us into dark and ominous waters with a dark concept.
Motörhead – “we play Rock And Roll” – raise the roof at the 2007 Montreux Jazz Festival performance.
Ayron Jones rips yet another new one on Chronicles Of The Kid. They call him ‘filthy’.
A hefty dose of melodic nostalgia, underpinned by graceful arrangements and a confident and competent vocal backline.
Second album from Peruvian psych explorers Búho Ermitaño. Like nothing else in this – or any other – galaxy
Pagan Blues is more in the vein of the primordial blues tradition from Elii de Mon.
Dallahan – four go frenzied on folk island.
Giant Walker brings their All In Good Time album to life. Heavy Rock in a brewery no less!
An accomplished, potent and refreshing mix of familiar songs and frantic dance tunes from Pennsylvanian Celt, Corey Purcell.
Sleekit’ blockbluster from Dàimh sneaks in and sidelines the competition, in an astonishing tour de trad.