A bloody new year to you too.
Hangin' with the Wild Thing.
Gillian G. Gaar explores the debut from an 80s outlier.
With a new album in the wings, we catch up with Roddy Woomble.
Christmas albums, they come but once a year.
There are albums. There are ten. It must be an album of the year list.
2014 - we were in you. And this is what you sounded like.
A sit-down with Mike Hadreas, one bright musical Genius.
The last standard column of the year. Banjos (lots of banjos), piano, and plenty of Willie Nelson.
"Have you ever been to a show in Germany?" We talk etiquette with the Michigan trio.
The roots duo talk to us about their second, darker, album.
"I wouldn't even think about trying to sell albums. I've never lived in that world." Mary Timony tells Gary Kaill how her artistic integrity remains a compromise-free zone.
Gary Kaill on why Glass Tides, amidst stiff competition, are causing more ripples than most emerging Manchester bands.
Dark nights and darker music.
From Bedfordshire to Nashville, they're ready for world domination.
Old style music with new style bands.
Late October, including bits of September. Chesney, McGraw, Williams, and Antebellum.
We sit down with James Graham ahead of the band's new album.
A few tricks - and even more treats.
Taking Pop Art to the masses. Jack Yarwood talks to The Specials' bassist.
London-based Roxanne de Bastion tells us how a fish influenced her musical career.
It might be a marketing coup, but Thom Yorke's BitTorrent album isn't great news for struggling new musicians. MALKA's Tamara Schlesinger tells us why.
Max talks to country music's freshest name on the block.
Another massive month of roots, et al. Some country big hitters, some newbies, and some live albums.