What's left of The MC5 kick out those jams again with help (and hindrance) from Dave Vanian, Ian...
Also released this month...
Rough and heartfelt beginnings of legendary renegade
Sixteen-track anthology of darkcore Boston trio, including previously unreleased tracks
Unreleased gems from eccentric brother and sister combo
Definitive two-CD, 33-track compilation of jazz-funk vibraphonist's finest moments
Much lamented Irish guitar hero's roots exposed
Double whammy from Seattle's multi-faceted finest
Best-of to mark 20th anniversary of Weller's experimental post-Jam outfit
Tear-streaked wonder from Abba's pop-rock progeny
Black artists reinterpret the Fabs
Posthumous live and studio collection from legendary Texan troubadour
Son of an Arkansas share-cropper made good
Tenth in the series exploring influences on modern dance music
Reissue of blonde wonders' five studio albums. In other words, Sting when he was good
Two CDs of remixes from the eternally bloody-minded Richard D James
Fully expanded reissue of Love brilliance culled from band's Elektra period
Bad taste personified, they said. Comic genius, in other words
Long overdue reissued twofer of pioneering US country-bloozesters
Decade-spanning compilation of Chris Eckman and Carla Torgerson's alt.country trailblazers
The story of Drake as an uncompromising musical visionary is told by Joe Boyd, John Wood, Richard Thompson, Ashley Hutchings, Beverley Martyn and more who knew the singer-songwriter.
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Reviewed: Kate Bush, Hammersmith Apollo, August 27, 2014
Neil Young: back in the recording studio
Bob Dylan to release complete Basement Tapes sessions
Kate Bush plays her first live show in 35 years
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Morrissey announces European tour dates
Ryan Adams: “Smoking pot saved my ass”
Morrissey's World Peace Is None Of Your Business removed from iTunes and Spotify
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Such has been the drooling media focus on Kate Bush this week, it might be tough to imagine British music journalists listening to anything else these past few days. I'm not, in fairness, exempt from the hysteria: here's...
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