Chris Gill is somewhere Between Midnight And Louise a wonderful album for aficionados of acoustic blues both picked and slided(!) It evokes the blues of a bygone era in a fresh and satisfying way.
Listen to Lea McIntosh Premiere Fantasy Woman from Lea's forthcoming album Blood Cash will be released via Shark Park Records on August 20th.
Mike Zito is restored on Resurrection a wonderful album that reveals new layers with every listen…Mr Zito delivers yet again with his innate sense of the blues backed by serious guitar prowess.
The Atomic 44s begin with Volume 1 - a wonderful blues-rock album that evokes memories as it pays tribute to the past in an ingenious way with these nine new songs.
Gerald McClendon invites us all on Let’s Have A Party a great listen, especially if your blues lean toward the soulful spectrum, backed by superb musicianship throughout.
Mark Cameron moves Back From The Edge a great listen with variation, imagination and skill shining through on every song and plenty of blues to enjoy along the way too.
Donna Herula Resonates with a Bang At The Door a wonderful resonator and bottleneck led blues album that with repeated listens reveal the layers of blues past, present and future
Matthew Robb attests to a War Without Witness a wonderful album of (not too) Dylanesque troubadour with some tasty blues woven through.
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.
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