❉ Jules Maxwell talks about ‘Burn’, a new collaboration with fellow Dead Can Dance member Lisa Gerrard.
❉ The Queen of Rock on duetting with Meat Loaf, grooving with The Clash, Mick Ronson, and her first solo album in eight years.
❉ Wings’ Denny Seiwell and Fernando Perdomo pay tribute to 50 years of ‘RAM’ this month.
❉ Queer writer Drew Pisarra unveils a work that is both startling in its ambition and sparky in its prose.
❉ Marianne Faithfull stands victorious both in her place and her purpose, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ A piercing, poetic soundscape created with uncompromising abandon.
❉ The veteran singer/songwriter on Tomorrow, Teenage Opera, and his anecdote-packed biography.
❉ ‘Innuendo’ can be viewed as a return to the band’s proggier roots, but with a flavour and ferocity unique to it and it alone.
❉ The otherworldliness of Squire’s strangely beautiful 1975 album has only grown with the passing of time.
❉ Eoghan Lyng on a new book revealing Timothy Dalton’s unrealised missions and more.