Released For you - Doodle-zine Issue 1: Out Today Enjoy the read as words and music coalesce in harmony fuelling each other,
Ian Siegal casts Stone by Stone a stupendous album of blues that challenge, entertain and educate as Ian weaves other genres seamlessly through the wonderfully crafted songs.
Dirty Honey Warms the Sheffield Stage for Rival Sons. Two forces of Rock collide and compliment each other live music delighting the O2 crowd
Todd Sharpville relives Medication Time a wonderful album that wraps some excellent music around important messages that are handled with tact, panache and all backed by some exceptional musicianship.
The Betterdays add to their legacy with Hush Your Mouth - - a wonderful insight into the 60s music scene from a band that should have been as big as their contemporaries. If you have Backlash, this is still worth buying; if you haven’t, what are you waiting for?
Walter Trout Entertains at the Cheese and Grain to a capacity crowd opening from Elles Bailey is superb perfect live music magic
Black Deer Delivering a Smorgasbord of Music - Day One The beauty of festivals like this is that you get the opportunity to discover new artists or to see someone you’ve listened to but not heard live before.
Franky Perez Crossing The Great Divide a great listen for some very high-quality soft rock/pop songs performed by a man who knows how to craft lyrically and musically astute confections.
Supersonic Blues Machine establish a Voodoo Nation a stupendous album of varied and intricate blues and blues-rock from a talented trio backed with some exceptional performances from the stellar guest list.
Dan Reed Network Let’s Hear It For The King a wonderful album that will satisfy existing DRN fans but, with wider exposure would recruit many new ones to their always fascinating, always entertaining blend of rock.
Reef corral the riffs on Shoot Me Your Ace - a wonderful heavy rock album packed with varied and crafted songs of quality.