A friend of our editor doesn’t have a TV and he makes a compelling argument for why. It’s black, soulless face constantly demanding you make it show colour and light.
A stunning new album from London jazz fusion artist Kamaal Williams arrives.
Kicking it old school, Norwegian style.
Something a bit different for our Friday fare, with London spiritual jazz collective Emanative dropping the funk bomb.
Quirky and original and emanating from Portland, Oregon, here are Lithics with the lead single from their second LP.
The new single from Toronto’s Autumn Stones starts with a burst of sax that makes you think that hear lie modern Canada’s answer to Roxy Music.
A trio from Newcastle almost universally described as ‘abrasive’, Swine Tax are here to arrest your ears.
Stop the clocks. All of them. It’s a ‘new’ Sabres of Paradise record.
We got next to nothing on these. They’re not massive on social media and information is scant.
A new album is in the can from Carlisle’s The Lucid Dream. And the first teaser we have from it suggests a fairly radical departure.
We love a bit of garage and rockabilly. And we particularly love modern spins put on it, and that’s where The Jack Cades come in.