Short, sweet and a fine introduction to the band, if you love music that has both balls and an annoyingly memorable line in hooks, then Babylon Bastards should be your next stop.
Intelligent, memorable, perfectly played and recorded, you could not ask for a more beautiful piece of work from a band and there is no question that Wishbone Ash, some 40 years in and twenty-five albums down the line, have crafted a masterpiece that will stand tall in their illustrious back catalogue for years to come.
The songs are exciting, evocative and imaginative and they crave repeated listens and complete attention. Close the curtains, put your life on hold and drift with 'circles', it's a trip you'll want to repeat.
The legendary Kinks guitarist is set to play a ground breaking set at The Barbican - his first UK gig in 13 years.
Check out the track listing and artwork for the hotly anticipated album from Whitechapel
Already boasting a killer line up, the Sonisphere festival adds another great layer of acts to the bill.
It’s brilliant, simple, direct, spirited music, full of heart and soul and it reminds me of everything I love about rock music – ‘day of the dead’ is beautifully f**ked up and I loved every minute of it - in fact, f**k it, I'm off to play it again... loud.
If you haven’t yet caught up with what Provogue has to offer or if, perhaps, you are starting out on a journey in the wonderful world of the Blues, then ‘Where blues meets rock Vol. 9’ is the album for you.