❉ 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.
❉ We Are Cult’s musical majordomo Eoghan Lyng compiles a chronological decalogue of Floydian peaks.
❉ Time has been very kind to The White Album, fifty years on, and Giles Martin has made every effort to breathe new life into these tracks.
❉ The British pop hitmaker waxes lyrical about Wax, his post-10cc collaboration with the late Andrew Gold.
❉ Rooted in the folk traditions of Ireland and Britain, ‘Hide and Hair’ is far from a trial, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ We talk to composer & conductor Carl Davis CBE about Paul McCartney’s elegiac classical opus, released in the US 27 years ago today.
❉ Whether channelling Keats, Joyce and Python with Peter Gabriel or blasting out stadium rock favourites with Phil Collins, Genesis had something for everyone. Here’s ten of the best.
❉ Producer Mike Moran on the greatest solo project a Queen member has yet released, which now doubles as a tribute to Caballé, one of the great soprano singers of all time.