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Album | Dr. John – Ske-Dat-De-Dat: The Spirit of Satch

Dr. John has been making white funk soul for over 45 years now. He loves it. You can still hear it. In everything he does. He’s getting towards his mid 70s and it sounds as much fun and asnecessary to…Read more →

Album | Benjamin Booker – Benjamin Booker

There’s something genuinely exciting about Benjamin Booker. An attitude, an edge, maybe a vulnerability too – a sense that it’s only just all holding together.

Album | Cory Branan – The No Hit Wonder

Cory Branan is the musician’s musician, feted and adored by luminaries of the business, including the likes of Frank Turner, Chuck Ragan, and fellow rising Country star Caitlin Rose, the latter guesting on the fantastic steel-stringed ‘All the Rivers

Exclusive: The Magic Numbers Alias track-by-track + tour dates

The Magic Numbers’ new album Alias was released on Monday and we’re delighted to be able to bring you this exclusive track-by-track of the new record.

Album | James Yorkston – The Cellardyke Recording and Wassailing Society

James Yorkston’s eighth album is a delicately beautiful affair, much in the vein of his earlier offerings.

Album | Ivan Campo – Fantastic Blue

Fresh from an appearance at this weekend’s Green Man Festival, Ivan Campo continue the celebration of their tenth year with their ninth album release Fantastic Blue.

Album | Luke Sital-Singh – The Fire Inside

Emerging in 2012 as BBC 6 Music presenter Steve Lamacq’s ‘One to Watch’, Luke Sital-Singh has been quietly building towards The Fire Inside, his debut album, which follows a string of EP’s released in the interim 18 months since his appearance on

News | Gruff Rhys receives triple nomination for American Interior

Gruff Rhys’ American Interior has been nominated for three prestigious awards: one of them for music, two for literature.

Album | Jenny Lewis – The Voyager

Jenny Lewis’ third album has been a long time coming. The voyage of the broken relationship that informs the great part of this album has indeed been an arduous journey, but the resulting record rarely dips below sublime and will…Read more →

#511 Me and the City – The Wild Ones

Imagine living in a town which was named after a beer. Or at least shared a name with a beer. You must be thirsty all the time. Such is the fate of Californian band Me and the City, who come…Read more →