Marc Almond’s highly acclaimed 11th solo album, Stranger Things, blends synth and orchestration in a 3 CD package.
Third installment in Cherry Red’s deluxe reissue series of Toyah’s Safari Records catalogue
Satellite Life documents the collaboration between Billy Mackenzie, of The Associates, and Steve Aungle, showcasing Billy’s remarkable voice and songwriting.
Electronic Pioneer Wolfgang Flür delivers a new opus with an array of special guests from the world of music.
Golden voiced alt-country troubadour, Michael Weston King, makes hay in rare escape from the Wife on The Struggle.
The latest offering from the Hawkwind archives is a set of BBC live and session recordings from 1985-1995.
Welcome reappraisal of the career peak of an often maligned storyteller par excellence, Harry Chapin.
6-CD Retrospective of a productive period in the life of Iain Matthews
Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus by Spirit, is their 1970 masterpiece, and is now available in a newly expanded and remastered deluxe edition.
Join us on a carousel of kaleidoscopic glee as Rosalie Cunningham as she trips down the rabbit hole.
Notes from the Underground is an intriguing release that showcases the influence and impact of radical music of the Twentieth Century.
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.
Tokyo Blade return with their latest full length player. Fury was recorded during lockdown and delivers 15 top notch slices of classic rock.
New documentary film tells the story and considers the cultural implications of the Beatles’ 1968 sojourn to Rishikesh, India