❉ With one last Soft Cell reunion confirmed, Ange Chan reflects on life as a Cellmate.
❉ 45 years on, Carnival of Monsters is still top of the pops! Ian Potter tells us why.
❉ The once-ubiquitous, post-punk polymath’s solo work, re-evaluated by Tim Worthington.
❉ East End Modfathers The Small Faces live, breathe and sing again in Carol Harrison’s energetic musical play.
❉ The groundbreaking biographical drama of England’s ‘stately homo’ arrives on Blu-Ray.
❉ Chart Music rams its hand into the lucky bag that is a random episode of Top Of The Pops.
❉ The Skids, Scotland’s finest New Wave export, are resoundingly back.
❉ Fast, punchy songs, catchy hooks, it’s all here.
❉ Paul Cornell plumbs the depths of magic and despair in Chalk, a brutal exploration of bullying in Thatcher’s England.
❉ “It’s Friday, it’s still number one… it’s Top of the Pops!”