❉ Director Simon Rumley on his new film, which charts the untold story of gangsters Jack ‘Spot’ Comer & Billy Hill.
❉ This is the book that bares all about one man’s colourful life of sex and drugs and men and movies in London from the swinging 60s to current day.
❉ Producer Mike Moran on the greatest solo project a Queen member has yet released, which now doubles as a tribute to Caballé, one of the great soprano singers of all time.
❉ Glen McCulla waxes lyrical on master of illusion Georges Méliès and the origins of cinema.
❉ The Joy Formidable make triumphant return with new song, video and headline London show at The Lexington.
❉ The sound of a neon-lit LA of the 1980s rapidly unspooling into chaos.
❉ We review the Save Soho champion’s Roundhouse gig, and chat 1-2-1.
❉ Ben Aaronovitch’s hit novel series, Rivers of London, soon to be a TV show, is every bit as worthy of hoovering up as a comic series.
❉ A classic David Bowie interview with John Mendelssohn, from Rolling Stone, 1 April 1971.
❉ Two years in the making, new album from Radiophonic tape loop duo Howlround is the soundtrack to an amazing experimental film.