News: Albums of the Month (January 2018 – March 2018)

Albums of the Month 2018

April 2018 – June 2018
July 2018 – September 2018
October 2018 – December 2018

The Temperance Movement

“In a world of abundance of everything, The Temperance Movement shine like a beacon and stand head and shoulders above the crowd for their sheer creative genius and their intense, high energy live performances…Cocksure, confident, contemporary British rock music at its very best” (Mark Shaw)

Ignore The Sign IGNORE THE SIGN A Line To Cross  (SPV)
“…now we can add Ignore The Sign to the list of classy melodic hard rock bands to enjoy. An assured debut and sure to please melodic rock and classic rock fans.”  (Jason Ritchie)


SAXON Thunderbolt (Militia Guard Music)
“… it’s a weighty mix and from the outset you know you’re in for some serious rocking … this is already a sure-fire contender for one of the year’s best. ” (Joe Geesin)

Joe Satriani JOE SATRIANI What Happens Next (Sony)
“It must be very difficult for a ground-breaking guitarist to stay at the top of his game and still sound fresh … But on this, his sixteenth solo album, Satriani still sounds relevant and will still make most wannabe guitarists run for cover.”  (David Randall)

Magnum MAGNUM Lost On The Road To Eternity (SPV)
“‘Lost’ will appeal to the die-hards (who will surely hail the return of the early eighties logo) as well as the lapsed. Forty years after their recording debut, ‘Lost On The Road To Eternity’ is an absolute triumph..” (David Randall)

Laurence Jones

LAURENCE JONES The Truth (Top Stop Music)
“‘The Truth’ aims for the centre ground, but it’s actually a slow burner with substance … With the benefit of a couple of tours this album might just provide a significant step-up to the next level for a young artist with an eye on the mainstream.” (Pete Feenstra)

Blackberry Smoke BLACKBERRY SMOKE Find A Light  (Earache)
“Their material presents a welcome shifting target right across the country/rock spectrum. With this album they have pushed the boundaries further and found some sweet spots arguably better than their previous best.”  (Dave Atkinson)


BURN Ice Age (Melodic Rock)
“…there isn’t one filler song to be found on the album, a rarity on most modern albums that often have 3 or 4 stellar songs, then lots of ‘meh’ tunes…Burn have done it again delivering an album chock full of enjoyable melodic hard rock.” (Jason Ritchie)

FM FM Atomic Generation (Frontiers)
“…another top album from the undoubted British standard bearers of melodic rock”  (Andy Nathan)

Phil Lanzon PHIL LANZON If You Think I’m Crazy (Cargo Records)
“Phil Lanzon has created an album that will appeal to those who enjoy melodic rock, pomp rock and songs with an emphasis on melody.‘” (
Jason Ritchie)

Albums of the Month 2018

April 2018 – June 2018
July 2018 – September 2018
October 2018 – December 2018

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Pete Feenstra celebrated his 300th show in October 2019. Pete heads up a five-hour blues rock marathon when “Tuesday is Bluesday” from 19:00 GMT. Listen out also for his interview-based Feature show on Sundays (20:00 GMT)

Power Plays w/c 11 November (Mon-Fri)

THE FARGO RAILROAD COMPANY Something In The Water (indie)
THE DARK ELEMENT If I Had A Heart (Frontiers)
LIBERTY LIES A Thousand People (indie)
DIRTY SHIRLEY Here Comes The King (Frontiers)
CARRY THE CROWN Runaway (indie)

Featured Albums w/c 11 November (Mon-Fri)

09:00-12:00 WORK OF ART Exhibits (Frontiers)
12:00-13:00 SIGN X Like A Fire (Pride & Joy Music)
14:00-16:00 JACK BROADBENT Moonshine Blue (Creature Records)

Albums That Time Forgot (Mon-Fri)

MAGNUM Sleepwalking (1992)

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