❉ This set is an audio time capsule of a world before the sea change comes, writes Chris Browning.
❉ This is the most sonically adventurous The Residents have sounded in years, writes Chris Browning.
❉ Cherry Red’s 3CD prequel to NME indie sampler ‘C86’ remembers to be noisy and bothersome, writes Chris Browning.
❉ An appreciation of Carl Th. Dreyer’s beautiful, strange and unsettling film, recently restored by Eureka for its 90th anniversary.
❉ Jane and Barton’s first album in 40 years is as beautiful and idiosyncratic as the first one was.
❉ A vehicle demonstrating the massive influence of expansive jazz, exploratory classical and experimental electronic music.
❉ Half a century later, a welcome reissue of one of the rarest albums of the Brit folk era.
❉ Going up the hill and down the slope with early Creation signing the Loft.
❉ Another welcome addition to The Residents pREServed series, with the customary mixture of revelations and obfuscations.
❉ We look at the award-winning West Midlands folk horror short, back in a brand new re-mastered cut.