Evocative and multi-layered debut album from Nebraska-raised, now Nashville-based Americana/folk singer-songwriter Ro Myra
The Sun Shines Here: The Roots Of Indie Pop 1980-1984
Essential and delightful five CD box set from Cherry Red which focuses on the roots of indie pop and should be in every pop fan’s record collection.
Protest Songs 1924-2012
Ambitious collection of political covers from influential ska group The Specials
The Lucky Ones
Sublimely atmospheric debut album from Yukon country-roots band The Lucky Ones
Exceptional third album from under-rated South London alt pop duo Oh Wonder, the project of Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West, which was inspired by their near romantic break-up during its recording
Fascinating but overwhelming collection of new and historical material from 1980’s Liverpool post-punk art rock group Plenty
The Lazy Revolution
Charming and expressive second album from Sicily’s Daydream Three, praising the joys of the simple things in life.
Music of the Spheres
Uninspiring and run-of--the-mill latest album from Coldplay
Reflective and versatile sixth solo album and first in eight years from Queen drummer Roger Taylor
The Fool And The Scorpion
Accomplished collection of rock and jazz-tinged piano ballads. on third solo album from Corrs multi-instrumentalist Sharon Corr
Curious multi-genre album about escapism from Robinson Crusoe one-man show Mr. Diagonal
Poignant and diverse debut album from Memphis -born singer-songwriter Yebba
Greatest Endangered Thing
And You, And Me
Sam Taylor and Rebecca Van Cleave have changed the name of their duo, but not their music, which builds on their considerable musical achievements as Ophelia
Excellent EP from pianist and contemporary composer Simeon Walker proves the perfect introduction to his music for new fans and a treat for those who are already familiar with his work.
Emotive and adventurous new album from Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves which was inspired by her recent marriage break-up and divorce
Soulful and euphoric sci-fi inspired electronica on debut album from Australian/Los Angeles-influenced duo H3000
If I Cant Have Love, I Want Power
Gritty and thought=provoking rock on latest album from Halsey, who came out as non-binary earlier this year
Metallica and Various Artists
Enjoyable new four CD Box set released to mark the 30th anniversary of Meatllica's infamous black album which combines a remastered version of the original album with covers of its tracks by a total of 53 artists.
The Horses and the Hounds
First new album in seven years from singer songwriter and guitarist James McMurtry which features killer stories and raucous guitar
Hits to Spare
Enjoyable album from one-man Glaswegian multi-instrumentalist The Poppermost which sheds a bright light on the British Invasion and 1960s American bands
Gordon Giltrap and Paul Brett
Outstanding collaboration from two of the UK's best and most original acoustic guitarists/songwriters Gordon Giltrap and Paul Brett which showcases Brett's specially designed Raven guitar.
1980s synth-pop progenitors Blancmange maintain their highly prolific release rate with a solid new addition to their discography
Highly impressive compilation that pays homage to ground-breaking early 1980s club Blitz which created the New Romantic movement
Greg Antista and the Lonely Streets
Under the Neon Heat
Versatile album from Californiian elder statesmen Greg Antista and the Lonely Streets who maintain a punk attitude