Prognosis guitarist Phil Weller joins us for a chat about the bands latest single, what the future holds and the definitive prog metal album.
I Like Trains return with their first album in eight years and take aim at the strife that the modern day offers.
Amongst Liars are an up and coming rock band from Brighton. They have just released their new single, Burn The Vision.
Levellers return with their first new album proper in eight years. The Brighton folk punks deliver a masterclass with a poignant mesage.
The Smiths have their legendary status nailed down. Their canon is massive. Here, we pick ten deep cuts from their superb back catalogue.
Emma Swift discusses her love of the late, great Sandy Denny; the amazing singer who helped Fairport Convention and Fotheringay reach the top.
We caught up with Emma Swift in the run up to the release of Blonde On The Tracks to ask her a little more about the project
Massive Wagons follow up Full Nelson with House Of Noise. Another rip-snorter that redefines what we mean by British values. Out on Earache Records.
DMA’s return with their new album, The Glow. It’s a career high and one that should see the band’s star rise further.
Manchester has always been a hotbed of great bands. We take a look at which bands to keep an eye on as Manchester continues to thrive.
Eddie Taylor from Butterfly tells us all about Wings and what their music means to him. You can certainly hear Wings’ influence in the sound of Butterfly.
The Prince back catalogue gets further reissue treatment. This batch centres on one of Prince’s lesser known (to the lay fan) creative peaks.
The third album from Ben Kunder – Searching For The Stranger -is one that matches if not surpasses some of his most recent acclaimed work.
The Strokes return with their sixth album, 19 years on from their much lauded debut. The New Abnormal is released via Julian Casablancas’ Cult Records.
Rotting Teeth In The Horse’s Mouth sees SAVAK return with their fourth album since 2015.