❉ Nina Bea takes a magical Carpets ride with one of Madchester’s finest exports.
❉ In a second instalment, Nina Bea explores some of Carol White’s roles that followed Cathy Come Home.
❉ Thirty years after her death, Nina Bea looks back at Carol White’s work to explore what defined her cinematic presence.
❉ One of Britain’s most enduring bands celebrate 30+ years with an epic sweep through their back catalogue.
❉ Anna Cale’s book is an excellent springboard for exploring Dors’s back catalogue of work, writes Jay Bea.
❉ “This album has been a labour of love that dates back twenty years.” says Louise Wener.
❉ Babybird’s descriptions of love as gnawing, uncomfortable, visceral and triumphant, show him at his most interesting.
❉ Jay Bea laments letting the mighty Ash fall beyond her music radar – but their latest hits collection provides redemption.
❉ This is (still) a high: Jay Bea looks back on a seminal Britpop event.