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Mick Ryan - Here at the Fair (Wild Goose Records)

Release Date: Unknown - We try to review each new release submitted, time permitting. Apologies for any we don't manage to get around to. If this item is considered, it will appear in our reviews section shortly.

The Leylines - Recover Reveal (Self Release)

Release Date: 1 March 2019 - We try to review each new release submitted, time permitting. Apologies for any we don't manage to get around to. If this item is considered, it will appear in our reviews section shortly.

Megson - Con Tra Dic Shun (EDJ Records)

Release Date: 8 February 2019 - We try to review each new release submitted, time permitting. Apologies for any we don't manage to get around to. If this item is considered, it will appear in our reviews section shortly.

Amber Cross - Savage on the Downhill (Self Release)

Release Date: 22 March 2019 - We try to review each new release submitted, time permitting. Apologies for any we don't manage to get around to. If this item is considered, it will appear in our reviews section shortly.

Greg Hancock - The State of My Hair (Self Release)

Release Date: 1 March 2019 - We try to review each new release submitted, time permitting. Apologies for any we don't manage to get around to. If this item is considered, it will appear in our reviews section shortly.

InRam - Ever New Joy (Beautiful World Agency)

Release Date: 5 April 2019 - We try to review each new release submitted, time permitting. Apologies for any we don't manage to get around to. If this item is considered, it will appear in our reviews section shortly.

Barnstormer 1649 - Restoration Tragedy (Self Release)

If like me your knowledge on Attila The Stockbroker is sadly lacking and limited to his performance poetry, politics and music of the 1980s then prepare to be confounded and taken in by RESTORATION TRAGEDY. Barnstormer 1649 is the band who deliver what they describe as Roundhead Renaissancecore ...

Star rating: 
4

Joe Pisto and Fausto Beccalossi - Interplay (Belfagor)

A sort of 'meeting of the spirits' featuring Joe Pisto's informed guitar playing and Fausto Beccalossi's enchanting accordion flurries. Predominantly instrumental with a few moments of scat vocals, INTERPLAY is a delightful experience, which I imagine could be enjoyed in a variety of ways; in a...

Star rating: 
4

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