❉ A seismic Celtic record, daring in its musical content, showcasing Gwenno’s vocal gift at its best.
❉ Ambient and avant-garde, this is dexterous and dense, as introspective as it is expressive.
❉ Peter Kernel’s aggressive, enticing, fourth album explores the vastness of the dark, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ We chat with Bauhaus’ Kevin Haskins about his book ‘Bauhaus – Undead’, a visual chronicle of the band’s musical journey.
❉ The folk legend’s first new studio album in a decade is a sparce ten-track treat.
❉ Proudly wearing its influences on its sleeve, this an E.P. that screams 1968.
❉ This is an Irish folk trio made for musical adventures, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Mabel Greer’s Toyshop were the precursor to Yes – and they’re back, looking to the past with one foot in the present.
❉ An appreciation of The Velvet Underground’s second album, released on this day in 1968.