A masterpiece with something special about every track one, as David Crosby like choosing your favourite child, an impossible task. All tracks are brilliant examples of Joni Mitchell at her best lovesick lyrics, off tuned guitar, soaring solos and spell binding songwriting full of vivid imagery. This Anniversary Edition Blue 50 features raw outtakes and demos that strip these gems back to their core brilliance.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Joni Mitchell’s masterpiece ‘Blue’, Joni Mitchell Archives is releasing two new collections that offer different perspectives on one of the greatest albums ever made and the inspired period of creativity that made it possible (cont. below) The first, ‘Blue 50 (Demos & Outtakes)’, debuts five unreleased songs from the making of ‘Blue’ that will appear on the upcoming Archives collection.

 Track Listing 1. A Case Of You (Demo) 0:00:00 2. California (Demo) 0:04:00 3. Hunter (Outtake) 0:07:30 4. River (Outtake with French Horns) 0:10:25 5. Urge For Going (Outtake with Strings) 0:14:27 The second, ‘Joni Mitchell Archives Vol. 2: The Reprise Years (1968-1971)’, will explore the period leading up to Blue through nearly six hours of unreleased home, studio, and live recordings.


This article in The Guardian attempts to pick a favourite, what’s your’s?


As Joni Mitchell’s classic album turns 50th Rhino is due to release the The Reprise Albums (1962 – 1971)

Joni Mitchell probably the best female singer songwriter of our times, her writing is on par with Bob Dylan or the Beatles a bittersweet mix of joy and sadness. The Reprise Albums a definitive collection of her work remastered for this new release. We will be featuring the best pieces in our ‘Classics’, ‘Jukebox Favourites’ and ‘Good Times’ channels.

The Reprise Albums (1968-1971)

Release date:  June 25, 2021





The Reprise Albums (1968-1971) Debuts Newly Remastered Versions Of

Song To A Seagull, Clouds, Ladies Of The Canyon, And Blue


4-CD, 4-LP, And Digital Versions Available June 25 From Rhino

Following The 50th Anniversary Of Blue On June 22


Newly Remastered Version Of “A Case Of You” Available Today Digitally


We’ve been loving the hipnotic chill of Khruangbin since they came on the scene, growing and growing in popularity their vibe is effortlessly cool.

Watch them live resplendent in their wigs here:

Joesef with his melancholic easy vocal mix is growing on us big time, check out his latest, ‘The Sun is Up Forever’

The rise and rise of Georgia, daughter of Leftfield cofounder Neil Barnes she now shines in her own right with songs like ‘Started Out’ and ‘About Work The Dancefloor’. A truly unique singer, drummer and performer, check out her Glastonbury performances or tune into Auracle Sound for a taste of this and things to come…


Georgia Rose Harriet Barnes (born 4 February 1990),[1][2][3] known mononymously as Georgia, is an English record producer, songwriter, singer, rapper and drummer. The daughter of Leftfield cofounder Neil Barnes, Georgia began her music career as a drummer for artists such as Kwes and Kate Tempest. She began her career as a singer and record producer with the release of her debut studio album Georgia (2015). Her second studio album Seeking Thrills was released in January 2020.

Georgia is signed to the label Domino.[4] In 2018 she released the song “Started Out”.[5] In 2019 she performed at the Glastonbury Festival[6] and won the Association of Independent Music’s One to Watch award in association with BBC Music Introducing.[7][8]

Vice have described her sound as “euphoric, late-night dance”, while her 2015 self-titled album was compared to Missy Elliot and MIA.[9] Talking about her 2019 single “About Work the Dancefloor” with Sean Tayler from Futuremag Music, Georgia shared “I made this song after a weekend in Berlin entirely dancing in a few clubs and I realised how important the dancefloor is to people to give them a certain relief from their everyday activities”.[10]

Her album Seeking Thrills was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize 2020.