❉ The Mancunian band’s second album is eclectic, punchy, dynamic, guileless and thoroughly inventive.
❉ The Jam had it all and walked away at their peak. Lucky for us that they did!
❉ Ministry’s Al Jourgensen fires loaded version of ‘20th Century Boy’ with Beauty in Chaos
❉ An appreciation of Dusty Springfield’s post-‘Memphis’ soul trilogy, by We Are Cult’s James Gent.
❉ With self-satisfied garage-punch, Bysts have unveiled an eerily seductive display of howling temerity, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Synthpop is alive! A mix of classic and modern synth music as eclectic as it is inspiring.
❉ Oh, no, not him – Bowie’s first alter ego never lost control, writes Ken Shinn.
❉ The Bros documentary After The Screaming Stops is clearly now A Thing – It’s also bloody weird. But then Bros always were.
❉ What sets the sirens of the past – Bobbie, Dusty, Nico, Nyro et al – apart from today’s songbirds?
❉ We Are Cult preview the first single from the upcoming EP, ‘Positive Negative Man’ due early 2019.