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Fairport Convention - What We Did On Our Saturday

Fairport Convention – What We Did On Our Saturday

Published on 28th July 2018 | by Kevan Furbank

Does the world need yet another live recording from Fairport’s annual Cropredy festival? Well, the answer on this occasion is: Yes, indeedy! Last year’s gathering marked the band’s 50th anniversary and this collection shows the current... Read More


A Different Aspect

A Different Aspect #20

Published on 26th July 2018 | by Bob Mulvey

In this update we feature: > Njet Njet 9 – Dark Soul > The Pipe Brothers Project – XLV/Sonic Journey > Dam Kat – Alawn > Shatner’s Bassoon – Disco Erosion > Daniel Crommie – Storm... Read More


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Galasphere 347 - Galasphere 347

Galasphere 347 – Galasphere 347

Published on 25th July 2018 | by Mel Allen

This year four musicians have come together to create an album full of Anglo-Scandinavian influenced symphonic rock, the members’ pedigrees including White Willow, Henry Fool, Änglagård, Tim Bowness’ band, Weserbandland and Necromonkey. These experiences shine through... Read More


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The Kentish Spires - The Last Harvest

The Kentish Spires – The Last Harvest

Published on 24th July 2018 | by Andrew Halley

Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales used the shrine of Thomas Becket as the excuse for his band of naughty pilgrims to visit said city, but for worshippers of the quaver and minim it has long been... Read More


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Laura Meade – Remedium

Laura Meade – Remedium

Published on 23rd July 2018 | by Professor Mark

Laura Meade is one of the female lead singers from the band IZZ from New York. IZZ’s music has always been extraordinarily original and interesting, from the debut to their latest work. As a member Laura... Read More


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Judy Dyble - Earth is Sleeping

Judy Dyble – Earth Is Sleeping

Published on 21st July 2018 | by John Wenlock-Smith

Earth Is Sleeping is the new album from Judy Dyble, formerly of Fairport Convention and Trader Horne, and this is her first album of new material in several years. Well, some are brand new compositions, some... Read More


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Phi Yaan-Zek – Reality Is My Play Thing

Phi Yaan-Zek – Reality Is My Play Thing

Published on 20th July 2018 | by Mel Allen

Phi Yaan-Zek has taken some eleven years to create this, his seventh album. This gestation has brought about an epic project, the core of which is a double album, although there is a special edition, expanded... Read More


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The Paradox Twin - The Importance Of Mr Bedlam

The Paradox Twin – The Importance Of Mr Bedlam

Published on 18th July 2018 | by Rob Fisher

What’s not to like about a good conspiracy theory? The anticipatory whiff of scandal, the pervading sense of menace, the uncovering and bringing in to the light of secretive, hidden knowledge and the trumpeting justification of... Read More


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Martin Stacey – Terrafied

Martin Stacey – Terrafied

Published on 16th July 2018 | by Professor Mark

Martin Stacey is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who has previously captured the power of progressive heavy metal, and this album is no exception. In fact, Martin describes Terrafied as being more experimental and progressive in sound... Read More


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