Powertrippin’ – the chart bothering third album from The Almighty gets a reboot.
We go back to the Seventies with Glam Queens And Street Urchins. It’s Glam, Jim, but maybe not as you know it!
Tommy James and The Shondells – Celebration, The Complete Roulette Recordings from 1966-1973: Album Review
A trip back in time showcasing eight Tommy James and Shondells albums, compilations and Tommy James solo work released on the Roulette label.
Another shedload of post classic Buzzcocks live material from the archive. As usual, Cherry Red do the honours.
The early albums from Prog Pioneers, Curved Air, get the 4-disc clamshell treatment
Fairport Convention’s Breton adventures – now extended! Immerse yourself in Fame and Glory.
We turn our attention to the many excellent reissues and compilations that have helped to keep many of us afloat in 2020.
Head Blockhead, Chaz Jankel, has his A&M albums reappraised on the Glad To Know you collection.
Hawkwind show no signs of stopping even after fifty years. Here’s a live album to help celebrate their half century…
Stage buskers’ lo-fi debut masterpiece gets the deluxe repackage treatment. New Bottles Old Medicine by Medicine Head is fifty.
We chat to a genuine legend. Dave Brock from Hawkwind fills us in on his and the band’s current comings and goings.
A Cherry Red three-disc collection from The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal 1978-1986. A reminder of a classic period for rock music and of how difficult it was to say NWOBHM…
San Francisco’s The Residents offer up an album based on the works of long-lost bluesman Alvin ‘Dyin’ Dog’ Snow.
Cherry Red Records excel themselves with this new 3CD compilation of the sounds which, collectively, comprised the London Pub Rock scene of the mid-1970s.
A shedload of albums, singles, rarities and unreleased music from the Buzzcocks archive. As usual, lovingly collated by the fine people at Cherry Red.