❉ The Joan As Police Woman collaborator’s debut solo album is strong work.
❉ As Jeff Wayne’s phenomenally successful musical epic celebrates its 40th anniversary, we chat with its creator.
❉ Resistance is useless as the Manics bring the bravado to the stage, playing with every ounce of their beings; writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ We Are Cult’s Eoghan Lyng chats with one of rock’s most prolific record producers about his work with XTC, Magazine, PiL and more.
❉ An esoteric hybrid of pop sounds, shoegaze mountainous guitars and droning ambience, Field Theory is an oeuvre of fused genres.
❉ An appreciation of Queen’s ‘quiet one’ – bassist extraordinaire and chameleonic songwriter.
❉ The Manics haven’t rocked this hard in years, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ A tapestry of sound that signalled that the world could revolve musically.
❉ An esoteric collection of Oriental claps, Philip Glass backtracks and sixties psychedelic delights.
❉ The magic is right here, in the Norwegian duo’s clever, esoteric and eccentric second album.