❉ Liz Buckley on her top five favourite albums of this year. We have music, and dance. But mainly music, as dance needs room and no one can afford to buy a room in 2017.
❉ 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.
❉ The Beatles’ Christmas records were as as joyous as anything they produced, if much sillier.
❉ Ange Chan on an evening in conversation with the legendary DJ and founding member of Visage.
❉ ‘Satanic Majesties’ documents a traumatic year in which the Stones went from edgy pop stars to Public Enemy Number One.
❉ We talk to Curxes whose second album, ‘Gilded Cage’, is out now.
❉ A Truly Global Lola: This song is essentially a love letter to Lola Dutronic’s favourite city of Berlin, and a departure from their usual approach.
❉ Music recorded in 1972-1973 by experimental musical collective Hy Maya, presented by Smog Veil Records.
❉ Legendary prog-rockers performing the whole of their 1976 classic album Moonmadness plus other classic tracks.