❉ 70-year old NYC scenester releases debut album today, featuring Nick Cave and friends.
❉ Leonard Cohen’s ouvre defied convention, and this is no ordinary biography, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ It’s the reason for the season – Liz Buckley returns with her favourite albums of this year.
❉ If Marianne Faithfull has a successor, Linda Em is a worthy placeholder, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Ange Chan profiles the ‘London Irish’ singer-songwriter, and looks ahead to Linda’s forthcoming EP launch gig next month.
❉ “A work like McCabe and Mrs. Miller feels nearly impossible to contemplate being made today”.
❉ We’re asking, they’re answering: This week; writer, journo, researcher, and ‘Sharon Stone of Agony Aunts’, Karen Krizanovich.
❉ Camille’s residency at Wiltons Music Hall in London’s East End is “a rollercoaster of emotion”, writes poet Ange Chan.
❉ A vintage Melody Maker interview, as Cohen emerged from a “washed up, confused, directionless time”.