Once Again from 1971. The latest in the freshly polished Barclay James Harvest series.
Renaissance’s Azure d’Or is reissued in a very fine box set, that does full justice to an excellent album.
Rabblerousers, Punk Pioneers. The early works of The Heavy Metal Kids get the Cherry Red clamshell treatment
Two-in-One package of Loudon Wainwright III’s earliest recorded adventures.
Howard Jones live at the NHK Hall, Tokyo in 1984 at the peak of his powers with all the style and sounds of the era.
Prog in ’73? A rude state of health. The usual suspects and the more obscure come together in a new collection.
2022 has been a brilliant year for music. Here, we present a collection of our favourite releases of the year across a wide spectrum of musical genres.
Grapefruit Records take up the challenge of cherry picking from the British Progressive Pop iceberg of 1973.
Pillows and Prayers thrillingly documents a time when bands and artists were set free by the punk and post punk revolution.
The Marine Girls two albums are re-released in a single package, and represent indie classics, that remain timeless in their appeal.
Cherry Red takes a deep dive into the mystic realm of acid folk – and lives to tell the tale.
Remastered version of classic ‘away from the public eye’ album by Julie Driscoll.
The continuing adventures in the collaboration between Buck and Haines blossoms as they ponder some of life’s deep and meaningful issues…
Cherry Red Records release a rock treat with a Snakecharmer anthology package. Stomping riff laden rock at its best from rock’s elite.
Canvey Island pop-pub-punks Eddie & The Hot Rods in their prime.