Matt Backer celebrates Backernalia The key word in summing this album up is fun…there are many smiles to travel across the fifteen tracks
Matthew Robb attests to a War Without Witness a wonderful album of (not too) Dylanesque troubadour with some tasty blues woven through.
Sons Of Liberty show their hand on Aces and Eights a wonderful album of heavy British rock shot through with bourbon, grits and gravy! Well worth a listen and then a buy
Kelly’s Lot know Where And When to find the blues a Wonderful bluesy album that will always be welcome. There is warmth, bite, and emotion flowing through…well worth adding to any collection.
Oliver Wakeman and Clive Nolan tell Tales By Gaslight Wonderful, progtastic set that, if you have the originals, brings a more revealing listen; if you don’t have them and like Six Wives etc. then you need these…disc three to both parties is also a must.
J Lee and the Hoodoo Skulls bare their Beggars Soul A wonderful album that will always lift the spirits and put a smile on your face.
Cheap Trick new album lives In Another World a wonderful album chock full of the expected pop rock masterpieces they deliver time after time and still, somehow, sound fresh.
New Album finds Jimmy Lee Broken is a great listen for the storytelling backed by a skilful mix of folk, country and underlying blues.
Alex Lopez rides The Xpress on Rising Up a wonderful and varied album of blues, rock and funkiness. From a man at one with his guitar and a band with an almost psychic connection to the guitar and the ever-changing rhythms
Afton Wolfe goes Solo with Kings For Sale a Great Listen and a rewarding one that has multiple layers that only repeated listens will reveal. With so many diverse influences it should appeal to many.