By Gerry McNally
5th May 2020
'I Used To Be Sad And Then I Forgot' is the new record from Mr. Alec Bowman. It's one for fans of great songwriters such as Leonard Cohen or Van Morrison.
By Scott Edgar
1st May 2020
It's International Workers' Day 2020 and it's never been more important to show solidarity with the world's working class heroes. Solidarity forever...
By Damian McNairney
They say the sight of a red cardinal is symbolic of the visit of a loved one. My Girl The River packs the same emotional weight in 'Cardinal in the Snow'.
By Julie Williams-Nash
30th April 2020
With co-production from Grandaddy's Jason Lytle, Malojian's new album 'Humm' is sometimes mournful, mischievous, and always melodic. And it's out now.
28th April 2020
'Good Souls, Better Angels' is Lucinda Williams' 14th studio album and ranks amongst the best with its visceral, angry, and yet hopeful take on our times.
27th April 2020
The late great bluesman and folk musician John Cee Stannard's 'Folk Roots Revisited' saw the songwriter return to form with new material and archive tracks.
24th April 2020
'Can You See Me?' is the brand new record from 18-year-old Canadian vocalist, musician, and songwriter Maya Rae. Check out the video for 'New For Me'.
23rd April 2020
Songs inspired by Shakespeare have been around for a long time and more artists in many genres continue to be influenced by the great English playwright.
Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith's 'Hermitage' is a collection of songs that bear witness to an idyllic life and a well-honed songwriting craft.