By Julie Williams-Nash
2nd March 2015
'Miles and Weather' is the latest offering from one of Northern Ireland's most prolific songwriters Anthony Toner; a record full of warmth and tales from the road.
By Gerry McNally
A regular performer on Irish shores, Kimmie Rhodes will return to Belfast this spring and Gerry McNally has been checking out her new record 'Cowgirl Boudoir'.
By Scott Edgar
9th February 2015
The Waterboys return with a new record and direction bereft of Celtic mythology and take it back to old-school music with a contemporary twist on 'Modern Blues'.
14th January 2015
Talented songwriter Gretchen Peters returns with a stark, edgier album in 2015 touching on themes ranging from war, nature and good old fashioned heartbreak.
17th December 2014
Mark Braidner releases 'Tending The Blues', playing to his strengths as a fine vocalist and guitarist with influences from Rory Gallagher to Led Zeppelin.
By Paul McAnallen
10th December 2014
Seven years have passed since Christopher Denny's 2007 record 'Age Old Hunger' and 'If The Roses Don't Kill Us'. Paul McAnallen asks if it's been worth the wait.
20th November 2014
Belfast songwriter Anthony Toner releases a career retrospective covering five albums worth of original material entitled 'Walking Down The Line'. Available now.
13th November 2014
Matt McGinn colludes with a host of musical talent on his second full length record 'Latter Day Sinner' with collaborations from Madeleine Slate and Anthony Toner.
4th November 2014
Meb Jon Sol might be closest to Springsteen that the Northern Irish town of Omagh has produced. Julie Williams-Nash checks out his debut 'Southpaw Ninos'.