Happiness by Matthew Ryan
Dead Miserable Music
Oh Me Oh My by Lonnie Holley
I believe the deeper we go, the more chances there are to understand the oh mes and understand the oh mys
Working On A World by Iris DeMent
By combining a documentation of the inequalities and suffering of the day with a resolve to help make the world a better place, Iris DeMent places herself as the latest in a long lineage of sensational writers of protest songs.
High Tide by High Tide
A classic hybrid album of psychedelic progressive underground rock.
Deviation Street. High Time In Ladbroke Grove by Various Artists
Is there any comparison to be made between peaceful protest in the 60s and violent protest in 2021?
Hyper-Dimensional Expansion Beam by The Comet Is Coming
Unpretentious music that transports us to a previously uncharted dimension
Choosing by Sophie Jamieson
Does more choice make us happy?
Nowhere And Everywhere by Unthank|Smith
A sensational north-eastern triumvirate have produced an utterly compelling and masterful collection.
Does Spring Hide Its Joy by Kali Malone (featuring Stephen O’Malley & Lucy Railton)
Marching to the incessant beat of a beach in a hailstorm
The Waeve by The Waeve
“Do we actually write some music, do something completely different, and out of our comfort zone, or just give the whole bloody thing up and forget about it, generally – life, music and all the rest of it.”
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