- Brexit Blues
- John Renbourn & Wizz Jones – Joint Control
- The Rough Guide To Hillbilly Blues
- Debashish Bhattacharya – Hawaii To Calcutta: A Tribute To Tau Moe
- The Rough Guide To Cuban Rare Groove
- Kristi Stassinopoulou & Stathis Kalyviotis – NYN
- The Rough Guide To Blues Women
- The Rough Guide To Gospel Blues
- The Rough Guide To South African Jazz
- Aidan Coffey with Frankie Gavin, Alec Finn & Colm Murphy – The Corner House Set
- The Rough Guide To Delta Blues
- Söndörgő – Live Wires
John Renbourn & Wizz Jones' New Album: Joint Control
Recorded shortly before John Renbourn’s death in March 2015, this landmark album brings together two of the most important and influential acoustic guitarists of our era. Great friends for over 50 years and regular playing partners for the last two years of John’s life, their mutual respect and musical understanding shines through these historic recordings.
Kristi Stassinopoulou & Stathis Kalyviotis - New Album
New Vinyl Release:The Rough Guide To Brazilian Jazz
This cutting edge Rough Guide digs deep into today's dynamic, shape-shifting Brazilian jazz scene – leaving 'The Girl From Ipanema' lounging in the shade.
New Album: Ethiopian Jazz
Swinging Addis is thriving once again, with the distinctive ancient-sounding tones of Ethiopia blending with modern jazz interpretations to create a totally unmistakable fusion. From the legendary innovators Mulatu Astatke and Getatchew Mekuria to today’s new generation of artists, this Rough Guide celebrates this burgeoning and most captivating of musical scenes.
Rough Guide To Women Of The World
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New City Music, Chicago: 'a great showcase of the funky sounds currently made in Crescent City'.
The Guardian, UK, 3*** stars: 'A classy compilation'.
Guardian, UK 4****stars: 'A highly original, compelling set'.
Froots, UK: '... a superb album of an under-represented music ... and comes highly recommended'.