❉ An appreciation of the Cabaret Voltaire founder member, who died on 21 September 2021 aged 65.
❉ If this is the end, the moment has been prepared for, writes Rob Fairclough.
❉ The list of hits found on this selection is impressive and there are a mighty 72 tracks across this set’s four discs.
❉ The spirit of ’69 is alive and kicking in this collection of early boss reggae tunes, writes Paul Matts.
❉ It’s clear the extraordinary Dana Gillespie has lost none of her verve, writes Stuart Douglas.
❉ A blinding collection of work for a band most see as a one-hit wonder, writes Lee Terry.
❉ Neil Arthur returns, with characteristic bittersweet humour and relatability, writes Ange Chan.
❉ A terrific album, showcasing the early work of some of Jamaica’s biggest names, now with 46 bonus tracks many new to CD.
❉ Age hasn’t dimmed the urban guerillas’ spark, on the evidence of their 35th album, writes James R Turner.
❉ Now That’s What I Call Noisy And Pissed Off! This box is a great little time capsule of almost forty years ago, writes Lee Terry.