❉ The likely lad and one half of writing duo Clement & La Frenais, looks back on bringing Roddy Doyle’s book to screen.
❉ ‘What Do You Call That Noise?’ corners the what’s, how’s and why’s of what made XTC ecstatic.
❉ Leonard Cohen’s ouvre defied convention, and this is no ordinary biography, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Mozes and the Firstborn’s third full length album is wonderfully, dazzlingly tongue in cheek, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Contemporary in virtues, traditional in ornamentation, ‘And Then’ makes for vigorous listening.
❉ The Mancunian band’s second album is eclectic, punchy, dynamic, guileless and thoroughly inventive.
❉ The Jam had it all and walked away at their peak. Lucky for us that they did!
❉ With self-satisfied garage-punch, Bysts have unveiled an eerily seductive display of howling temerity, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Restored to its full glory for its 50th Anniversary, this is a must for anyone looking to revisit 1968, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ The Police’s collection of five albums in six years plus a bonus disc is an arresting one, writes Eoghan Lyng.