❉ Now That’s What I Call Hauntology.
❉ The missing link between Timebox and The Rutles, remastered and ripe for reappraisal.
❉ Austin’s psych-rockers are back with their first record in four years.
❉ A thumping treat for fans of funk, picking up where Sly and the Family Stone left off.
❉ Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s fifth album is a short but sweet effort.
❉ ‘Fresh Cream’ unpasteurised, with Universal’s exhaustive deluxe edition of the supergroup’s debut.
❉ Martin Ruddock excavates cult label Buried Treasure’s hidden gems.
❉ ‘UFO’ is quite, quite, mad isn’t it? One minute it’s purple wigs and spangly outfits, next it’s adultery and drug abuse.
❉ Careful with that credit card, Eugene! We review Pink Floyd’s wallet-troubling collection of antiques and curios.
❉ The immersive world of David Bowie and Enda Walsh’s ‘Lazarus’ comes to London – and it’s thrilling.