❉ An appreciation of the spiritual Beatle’s most grounded 70s album.
❉ Saluting the Sabs’ heavy metal halfnelson’s half-century.
❉ This is the most exhilarating of the works A Year In The Country have yet released.
❉ A sharp, scarily prescient commentary on global relations, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ “I was born prematurely, and I’ve spent the rest of my life catching up!” We chat with the art-pop polymath.
❉ Dave Stewart and Thomas Lindsey’s second collaboration is the purest blues album in some time.
❉ Eoghan Lyng celebrates Dexys Midnight Runners’ seminal debut album.
❉ Bathed in hypnotic beats, pop albums do not come fresher, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Award-winning Nour Wazzi talks to We Are Cult about thriller ‘Baby Mine’.
❉ This emotive ’80s thriller is every bit as good as its reputation.