Ups and downs, twists and turns, joy and heartbreak. All combine to tell the story of Scotland’s house band – Runrig.
Can’t keep ’em down. New music, orchestral and acoustic, anniversary tours and now a career spanning compilation from Hawkwind.
Excalibur V – Episode five in the increasingly inaccurately-named Trilogy from Alan Simon.
Orange Goblin to release their digital only live compilation on physical formats through Cherry Red Records.
Various Artists – Think I’m Going Weird: Original Artefacts From The British Psychedelic Scene (1966-1968): Boxset Review
Grapefruit’s landmark 100th release – an eclectic delve into the British psychedelic scene period that came between pop and prog.
The expanded and remastered Time Honoured Ghosts – here’s Barclay James Harvest from 1975.
They may have fifty years behind them but Hawkwind show no signs of slowing down.
A huge Be Bop Deluxe live collection that expands on the Live In The Air Age album.
Orange Goblin get the reissue treatment from Cherry Red Records for their sixth album, Healing Through Fire; remastered and expanded with a wealth of live goodies.
We caught up with Orange Goblin’s Ben Ward ahead of the reissue of their 2007 album, Healing Through Fire on Cherry Red Records.
Various Artists – Separate Paths Together: An Anthology Of British Male Singer/Songwriters (1965-1975): Album Review
An extensive reappraisal of all corners of the singer/songwriter genre on Separate Paths Together via Grapefruit Records.
I’m A Freak baby (vol 3) takes ‘A Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene (1968-1973)’
Dark, intense and disturbingly graphic –an early masterpiece by Toyah revisited
Procol Harum use lockdown to recapture that classic sound
Cherry Red release an extensive remastered version of the 1992 album In The Running by Howard Jones.