An intriguing multi-media projection of a future that never came to be – from The Curator, aka Alistair Murphy
Spurv’s fourth full-length release – Brefjære – evolved from musical ideas that express the far northern landscape of Norway, recognising the strength needed to survive a harsh environment.
Reissue of a piece of lost treasure from Norwich’s quirky pop masters, Penguins Go Pop. 14 riveting and hilarious stories, guaranteed to cut through the deepest moods.
Sweet melodies, tight harmonies and lots of nifty picking – Antwerp Appalachians Paris Texas show what they can do.
Round and Round is a superlative box set collection of artists and bands who were making an impact in 1974, under the broad banner of progressive rock.
Nieve Ella makes a powerful comeback with her incredible second EP, ‘Lifetime of Wanting’.
She’s In The Trees are a Liverpool based band dealing in haunting, ethereal music. Amy from the band joins us to write for our Why I Love column.
After the preliminaries, here’s the main event. Alaskan singer-songwriter Ava Earl gets brutally honest – with herself, as well as with us.
Glasgow post-punk polemicist, Raymond Weir, is angry…..The Eisenhowers release Nudge Unit Blues.
On a hot night in Kendal, Aynsley Lister and his band rocked up with everyone in the right mood for top quality blues… and that’s exactly what we got.
Jimmy Rae and Sarah-Lou Fletcher dispel the view that some have that country music is all about grim bad luck songs; this harmonious couple gripped the audience with much cheer.
The Crystal Teardrop release groovy new single – By The River
Super Furry Animals continue their reissue series with a 20th anniversary edition of their seminal 2003 album; Phantom Power.
Genesis Revisited continues as Steve Hackett celebrates an unbeaten half century for the seminal Foxtrot album.
We’re in Birmingham, at the splendid Town Hall as Big Big Train put in a royal performance.