❉ Pete Shelley’s importance in British music cannot be overstated, writes Ange Chan.
❉ Like the namesake he took his surname after, Pete Shelley was a genuine Romantic. No fuss, no commentary, here’s a Buzzcocks ten of the best.
❉ The ideal accompaniment to the strange, beguiling, infuriating and fascinating films of the auteur himself.
❉ If you’ve never heard a note by The Residents before, you could easily dip your toe in here and very quickly gauge the flavour of their career so far.
❉ Restored to its full glory for its 50th Anniversary, this is a must for anyone looking to revisit 1968, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ The Lene Lovich Band will perform ‘Stateless’ in full including 1978 new wave cult hit ‘Lucky Number’
❉ Andrew Hickey takes a closer look at Lennon’s most popular album, one that’s talked about rather less than it’s listened to.
❉ 31 years on from the end of the Glass Spider Tour, Bowie’s ‘shadow alter ego’ shares some of his memories…
❉ Anyone that appreciates pop-punk will find plenty to enjoy in this retrospective of a band who always did their own thing.
❉ Ange Chan reports back from the opening night of the post-punk photographer’s exhibition, running until 8 December.