Music is an extremely powerful tool. It helps to sooth wounds left by lovers, mend broken hearts, fix friendships and bring people together.
Always in demand with her the rich, distinctive voice, Nikki Rous stormed the stage with her Fat Pigeon Live music session.
Beirut seems an unlikely place to form a British/Celtic folk band, but the Lebanese loved The Trials of Cato and so will the UK.
I'm not one for listening to music whilst riding the Bonnie out on the open road but I often have music playing whilst donning boots, jacket and helmet.
The Pogues blend passion and poetry to cement their reputation for delivering traditional Irish folk and hard-hitting punk in equal measure.
The newly released Zuzu track 'What You Want' is exactly what you do want, a fresh, fun and foot-tappingly contagious song.
Manchester Indie favourites The Rainband headline this month's FatPigeonLive event of live streamed music on 4 March.
Despite some unquestionable advantages of CDs, sales of vinyl records are thriving and for some pretty good reasons too.
Female voices in distinct harmony from Taylor & the Mason on their new CD, a recording that nails everything they are about.
The Arctic Monkeys ruffled feathers with this follow-up to their debut album. The Pigeons gave it a coo, albeit a muted one.
The Goat Roper Rodeo Band has been taking the country by storm as they breathe fresh life into the country genre in the UK.
Catch A Fire was the first reggae album to make an impact on the international rock market in 1973. The content was both socially aware and militant.
The biggest British folk band to come out of the Levant. Ever.
The Dutch B.B. King strums his antique Gretch guitar
Electro-rock band Akiva with their new original M.O.D
An ex-ballet dancer with a soulful and ethereal sound
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