❉ Anthony Reynolds talks about his second book on the band Japan, covering the time following their split until 1991.
❉ Ange Chan reviews the synth pop pioneers’ complete ’80s recordings on CD for the first time including ‘lost’ album “Ark Of Embers”.
❉ Ange Chan looks back on the unpredictable career of Scott Walker, who died today.
❉ Electro duo Arthur and Martha reunited for a one-off show organised by The Electricity Club also featuring Plasmic and Rainland.
❉ Synthpop is alive! A mix of classic and modern synth music as eclectic as it is inspiring.
❉ Pete Shelley’s importance in British music cannot be overstated, writes Ange Chan.
❉ Ange Chan reports back from the opening night of the post-punk photographer’s exhibition, running until 8 December.
❉ Ange Chan previews a new British musical about friendship, love & survival, set in Soho across 60 years, featuring the songs of Marc Almond and Soft Cell.
❉ Hot on the heels of Unfurnished Rooms, Neil Arthur’s insightful lyrics explore the human condition in this modern day and age, writes Ange Chan.
❉ Dubstar’s long-awaited fourth record, succinctly entitled ‘One’, is their finest album to date, writes Ange Chan.