❉ A perfect collection from one of the ‘70s greatest cult bands, never content to rest on their laurels.
❉ A trio of live sets where the Dinosaur Jr frontman successfully tripped familiar songs to their bare bones.
❉ Blue Wave is the Pets’ most personal and reflective album, somewhere between Blondie and Kraftwerk.
❉ Curved Air combined rock with an experimental side, and the results are here for all to enjoy.
❉ Best known as the band that Bon Scott fronted prior to joining AC/DC, Fraternity are more than a footnote in rock history.
❉ Blistering renditions of the songs many of us grew up on, together with versions of newer material that easily match what came before.
❉ “This album has been a labour of love that dates back twenty years.” says Louise Wener.
❉ An accomplished remix EP that can’t fail to appeal to fans of synthpop, writes Ange Chan.
❉ A unique new album of poetry and music by Marianne Faithfull and Warren Ellis, featuring Nick Cave, Brian Eno and Vincent Ségal.
❉ This is an immensely enjoyable history lesson from Doctor Bird, writes Paul Matts.