❉ This box set from Cherry Red is a lot for all but the most dedicated of Fall fans, but ‘we dig it’.
❉ What better way to spread a bit of seasonal joy than the new book by Paul Magrs?
❉ Another deluxe version of Cherry Red’s iconic indie sampler, with a generous helping of new tracks added on.
❉ 20 years after their first release, The Bowling Green are back with a ‘lost’ album finally seeing the light of day, writes Stuart Douglas.
❉ A glorious three-disc, five-album Box Set including two seminal LPs, Portrait in Jazz and Explorations.
❉ Deconstruction time with an appealing psychedelic, stoned vibe from Wooden Wand’s James Toth.
❉ An at times dark, ambient journey into the centre of human consciousness, but also humane and inviting, with a delicate lightness of touch.
❉ Ambient drone and dark wave brilliance from Kostas Giazlas, the Greek electronic musician behind onepointwo.
❉ The debut album from the new band of Wolf People frontman Jack Sharp, boasts fuzzy, dirty hooks, hints of the baroque and shades of Canterbury psych.
❉ This is as comprehensive an Aztec Camera overview as you could hope for, writes Stuart Douglas.