❉ Best known as Ian Dury’s musical lieutenant, Jankel carved out a funky solo career, now compiled as a box set.
❉ This set is a fitting testament to the talents of a woman who never quite received the recognition she really deserves.
❉ ‘The King & Eye’ manages the strange feat of both almost destroying the Elvis myth whilst also being a hugely distinctive tribute at the same time.
❉ Come again? Peter Robinson tries some of the best and worst for sighs…
❉ This is one of the Residents’ most accessible albums in years.
❉ The sounds which inspired the British 60’s counter cultural movement.
❉ No-Wave queen Cristina’s short recording career is an embodiment of New York cool.
❉ The New Orleans band’s grooves were central to the foundation of Hip Hop’s golden age.
❉ On 23 November 1989, enter The Stone Roses and The Happy Mondays…
❉ Derek Jarman’s enduring legacy is celebrated in this lavish box set, containing his first six features alongside an exciting array of new and archival extras.