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PAUL DRAPER SPOOKY AC­TION

Man­sun’s front­man Paul Draper re­leases his highly an­tic­i­pated solo de­but Spooky Ac­tion. The al­bum rep­re­sents Draper’s strong­est, most con­sis­tent set of songs to date. Avail­able on CD, dou­ble LP (180g heavy­weight au­dio­phile vinyl) and su­per lim­ited LP edi­tion with an ex­clu­sive bonus 7" vinyl sin­gle fea­tur­ing a Pub­lic Ser­vice Broad­cast­ing remix of ‘Friends Make The Worst En­e­mies’ and ‘No Ideas’ fea­tur­ing Steven Wil­son (only avail­able in se­lect in­de­pen­dent stores). KSCOPE

CHRIS ROBIN­SON BROTH­ER­HOOD BARE­FOOT IN THE HEAD

Bare­foot In The Head finds the band push­ing bound­aries and break­ing new ground with more joy and won­der than ever be­fore. The al­bum show­cases the con­tin­ued growth of Robin­son’s song­writ­ing part­ner­ship with his band­mates, while rev­el­ling in the kind of play­ful ad­ven­tur­ous­ness that can only come from five artists tuned in to the same sonic wave­length. The CRB are joined by the cel­e­brated sar­o­dist Alam Khan (son of the leg­endary Ali Ak­bar Khan). SILVERARROW/MEGAFORCE

STACKRIDGE THE FI­NAL BOW, BRIS­TOL 2015

An­gel Air cel­e­brate their 500th re­lease with The Fi­nal Bow, Bris­tol 2015 by the leg­endary Stackridge. The al­bum was recorded at a packed venue at The Fid­dlers Club, Bris­tol on 19th De­cem­ber 2015 as the group then called it a day. Fea­tur­ing a host of clas­sics, the band were joined on­stage for two of the fi­nal num­bers by for­mer long-time mem­ber Mut­ter Slater. AN­GEL AIR

DAVID RAWLINGS POOR DAVID’S ALMANACK

Gui­tar man David Rawlings leaves the Ma­chine moniker be­hind for his third al­bum, Poor David’s Almanack, a wry mix­ture of acous­tic and elec­tric per­for­mances rich in age­less Amer­i­can ver­nac­u­lar. Rawlings and long­time com­pa­triot Gil­lian Welch joined to­gether with Wil­lie Wat­son, Paul Kow­ert, Brit­tany Haas, Ketch Secor, and Tay­lor & Grif­fin Gold­smith to pro­duce an al­bum for all sea­sons. ACONY RECORDS

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