❉ 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.
❉ With self-satisfied garage-punch, Bysts have unveiled an eerily seductive display of howling temerity, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ This week: The Strange Brew Podcast – one of The Daily Telegraph’s ‘podcasts you need to be listening to’.
❉ Peter Kernel’s aggressive, enticing, fourth album explores the vastness of the dark, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Bowie’s queer sensibility is most closely associated with his music, but how did it manifest in his film career?
❉ Luke Haines discusses his solo anthology, midlife crises, Nick Knowles, Lou Reed and luncheon meat.
❉ Sally Can’t Dance remains a hidden gem – you can feel the venom leap from the record.
❉ We celebrate the debut of the band who accidentally invented modern alternative rock music.
❉ Bloomsbury’s 33 1/3 series tells the story behind one of the ultimate cult albums of the 20th century.