Twenty four rare and limited release Frank Zappa recordings are now being released and made available on streaming services.
In Ella Fitzgerald’s centenary year there are many exciting things planned in celebration, including exhibitions, new releases, tributes and concerts
Marc Almond releases a new career-spanning best of, ‘Hits And Pieces’, on 10 March, featuring solo classics and hits with Soft Cell.
Status Quo’s new 7” Box Set, ‘The Vinyl Singles Collection 1971-1979’, is released on 10 March and covers the band’s crucial 70s period.
British rockers Bush will release their much-anticipated new album, ‘Black And White Rainbows’, on 10 March.
The Joshua Tree, “the album that launched U2 into the stratosphere,” as Mojo described it, gets a major 30th anniversary reissue by Island on 2 June.
Trombone Shorty releases his version of 'Here Come The Girls' as the lead track from his upcoming debut for Blue Note, Parking Lot Symphony, due 28 April.
Big Star will be honoured with the 21 April release of the multi-artist Thank You, Friends: Big Star's Third Live ... And More.
To kick off the centennial celebrations of a blues titan's birth, the compilation Whiskey & Wimmen: John Lee Hooker’s Finest will be released on 31 March.
It’s been over 3 years since Lorde won over the world with ‘Royals’, but she's poised to do it again with another perfect piece of dance pop, ‘Green Light’.
Soul man Don Bryant returns on Fat Possum on 12 May, 2017 with Don’t Give Up On Love, featuring members of the Gregg Allman Band and Hi Records musicians.
Former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore has released a new single, ‘Cease Fire’, and announced four-date tour of the UK to take place in June.
Celebrating a songwriter who bore his heart at every turn, ‘Head And Heart: The Acoustic John Martyn’ is due for release on 28 April.
Celebrating George Harrison’s solo career, The 16LP ‘The George Harrison Vinyl Collection’ is an essential collection of his post-Beatles solo work.
Stories To Tell, by country-roots-pop act Megan & the Common Threads, recorded at Mark Knopfler's British Grove Studios, is released today (24 February).