❉ Oh, no, not him – Bowie’s first alter ego never lost control, writes Ken Shinn.
❉ 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.
❉ Queen’s music is a fundamental part of the texture of Flash Gordon, an artful fusion of sound and vision, writes Don Klees.
❉ We Are Cult’s Eoghan Lyng waxes lyrical about Stockport’s finest and the esoteric, inventive pop of their never-bettered second album.
❉ Legendary Slade bassist and co-writer chats with We Are Cult about his first release in over a decade and his life in music.
❉ An appreciation of Queen’s ‘quiet one’ – bassist extraordinaire and chameleonic songwriter.
❉ Let the record show, M’Lud – Roger Taylor was right. Exhibit A: The first 6 Queen albums.
❉ Springsteen impersonations, Vance Packard, and Angie Bowie’s coke dealer… It’s the story of ‘Absolute Beginners’!
❉ The anarchic genius of Kenny Everett, on what would have been his 72nd birthday.
❉ This month sees the 25th anniversary of Freddie Mercury’s death, as we review the latest biography of the iconic showman.