No Polaris Prize for Brasstronaut this year, but the Vancouver band have still come a long way.
Norway’s queen of serious singer-songwriters re-stakes her claim to the throne.
It’s first album time for folk songstress Lucy Rose – but she’s been at this for five years, you know.
With this diverse and dynamic yet still accessible set of songs, Stealing Sheep look to have a bright future ahead of them.
Even in belt-tightening times Truck Festival manages to be one of the most precious small festival in the UK.
More than three years in the making, the debut album from the band fronted by Swedish folk-pop singer-songwriter Gabi Frödén pushes all the right buttons.
The long wait is over, and the celestial debut from Oxford five-piece Fixers delivers in spades.
A musician who has been there and done that offers a new musical and personal perspective on problems which, like John himself, got started decades ago: making the future looks just a little brighter.
It’s difficult third album time as Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes return with a successor to 2010′s “Fire Like This”.
Outsider inventor-musician Thomas Truax attempts an experiment too far with the LP version of his song-a-month project.
While never as explosive as their live shows, the studio comeback for Norway’s supergroup-of-sorts the Megaphonic Thrift sees them expand their noise pop palette.
It’s out with the UFO cults and in with a somewhat sketchy set of songs for Oxford fivepiece Fixers writes Andy Johnson.
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