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Jack White Unveils New Project

Indie-Blues supergroup sees Jack white in unusual role. Read More »

Music Review: Wentus Blues Band – Family Affair

Finnish unsung heroes channel true Delta soul on star studded live record. Read More »

Music Review: LA Blues Alliance – What A Life

Blues supergroup deliver a eclectic collection of classics and originals that never once feels schizophrenic. Read More »

Music Review: Walter Trout – The Outsider

Another blues-powerhouse classic from Walter Trout, but this time it's all about the inner demons. Read More »

Is Popular Music an Effective Vehicle for Political Discourse?

An in-depth study of the worlds of politics and music, and how they clash when they clash. Read More »

Music Review: Scott McKeon – Can’t Take No More

Following the likes of Aynsley Lister and Ian Parker, could this be the next big thing to happen to British blues? Read More »

Music Review: John Hammond – Push Comes To Shove

Getting there before the idea was even a twinkle in Chris Cornell's eye, this is Blues meets Hip-Hop at it's best. Read More »

Music Review: Jaded Sun – Gypsy Trip

Attempting to knock The Answer off the number one spot, and claim the title of "Ireland's Most Exciting New Band." Read More »

Music Review: Chris Cornell – Scream

Grunge pin-up Chris Cornell proves he is still a creative force to be reckoned, and all without raising his voice. Read More »

An Interview with Devon Allman – Like Father, Like Son

Allman Brothers Duane and Gregg took the world by storm in 1969. Now, another Allman is set to do just the same... Read More »