❉ Thor & Friends’ second album suits this time of year mightily, offering vivid snatches of pause and recognition.
❉ A touching and quizzical album, from a gent who has long deserved far wider exposure.
❉ Thiago C. Desant creates a world for the listeners to immerse themselves into, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ We look at the reissue of 1989 album Undertow, and Andy Hawkins’ revived solo project Azonic.
❉ Hidden treasures from Dudley Moore in ivory-tickling mode, and guilty pleasures from Carly Simon in all her ‘80s AOR pomp.
❉ Drawing inspiration from the cosmos and science fiction to draw haunting visions of a not too distant dystopian future, this is no ordinary album.
❉ Whistle Down The Wind is Joan’s first new studio album in a decade
❉ Is this the boldest musical statement a solo Beatle made during Lennon’s lifetime?
❉ Never-before-released recordings from the ‘Brotherhood Of The Unknown’ that prefigured Pere Ubu.
❉ Perhaps the ‘real’ title of this album should be: Morrissey Doesn’t Give A Fuck What You Think.