We catch up with the Annie Keating steamroller as it bustled into Saltaire.
Rowdy and rough full band revisiting of 2009 solo dustbowl project.
A half-hour of off-kilter madness from a slightly deranged (in the nicest sense) Gus Englehorn.
Gilmore Trail end six years of silence with a brooding collection of atmospheric instrumental rock on Impermanence.
A welcome breath of positivity from the Braintree troubadour, Beans On Toast.
The debut album from Freya Beer is an aptly titled, confident and striking set of songs
The fifth album from Shanty Punksters Skinny Lister is a kaleidoscope of styles and influences given the the familiar treatment.
Django Django return with their fourth long player in the form of Glowing In The Dark; released 12th February via Because Music.
Nigel Powell (ex-Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls) returns with a new album using his solo moniker The Sad Song Co.
Oxfordshire duo, Skates And Wagons, get to grips with a new Britpop on their debut #ep.
The man in perpetual musical motion, Frank Turner, keeps his momentum going. A reunion with his ‘buddy’ Jon Snodgrass and a very welcome sequel.
Damon Gough aka Badly Drawn Boy, one of Britain’s finest songwriters, returns after nearly a decade with Banana Skin Shoes.
Primo! are making guitar music that explores the boundaries of everyday life with calm levity, tilted grace and grit.
Laura Marling delights on her seventh LP, that has surprisingly been released at short notice to provide a sense of union in 2020.
A dystopian roller coaster of a white knuckle ride ensues from Le Cygne Noir.