❉ Kristin Hersh previews ‘Breathe In’ from ‘Possible Dust Clouds’ LP ahead of UK tour.
❉ Pastiche? 1978’s ‘The Rutles’ album is nothing less than a classic album in its own right. Respect is due, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ It feels like only yesterday that Obverse Books launched The Black Archive. How fitting that this particular story is celebrated in volume 20, a milestone for the range.
❉ Cronenberg’s violent exploration of digital immersion has proved to be eerily prophetic, in its own skewed bio-technological way.
❉ “Forward thinking, aware, stately and balanced – sounds like a piece of architecture to me alright!”, writes Eoghan Lyng of Nashville-based outfit Palm Ghosts’ new album.
❉ The critically acclaimed Flowers unfurls for a second series, on Channel 4 this week.
❉ An intriguing blend of folk horror and documentary, featuring an original score by Adrian Utley of Portishead and Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory.
❉ This week A.R.Kane’s Rudy Tambala announced that the seminal trio will now go by the moniker JÜBL, starting with their debut release ‘Thinking Sweet’
❉ The renowned producer and arranger tells We Are Cult’s Eoghan Lyng about working with Percy Thrillington, aka Paul McCartney.
❉ Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins of Bauhaus, Tones on Tail, Love and Rockets teams with Diva Dompé as Poptone.