❉ Legendary former Dr Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson returns with ‘Blow Your Mind’, his first album of new material in 30 years.
❉ Pastiche? 1978’s ‘The Rutles’ album is nothing less than a classic album in its own right. Respect is due, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ “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 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.
❉ We catch up with the alt-rock legend ahead of her UK tour, sharing a new track from her forthcoming album.
❉ We chat with the ertswhile drummer for The Small Faces, Faces and The Who, whose autobiography, Let the Good Times Roll, is out 31st May.
❉ This is a good time gig for a good time audience, writes Eoghan Lyng. “Forget pastiche, this five piece is rocking”.
❉ A gorgeous collage of sound myths, emboldened stories and earthly sounds; a journey through the rims and roads of Britain.
❉ An appreciation of the kaleidoscopic album, released on this day in 1968. Are you sitty comftybold, two-square on your botty? Then I’ll begin…