Road To Nowhere

From art-damaged garage to cosmic avant jitterfunk; a box set containing 54 tracks and 13 videos charts the weird musical journey that took Talking Heads from CBGB's to MTV

Liaisons Dangereuses

Three lessons in future-beat history

Madness – The Singles Box Vol 1

First dozen replica 45s from "The Prince" to "Cardiac Arrest"

Bow Wow Wow – I Want Candy: The Anthology

Formed around the original Ants, Bow Wow Wow were often dismissed as a cheap and nasty imitation of Adam's tribal formula. If anything, they were bolder, singing about tape piracy ("C30, C60, C90, Go!") and satanism ("Prince Of Darkness") while their Burundi-Drummers-meets-Ennio-Morricone interface often left the Ants trailing.

Elvis Costello – Singles: Volumes 1,2 & 3

Three individual box sets featuring miniature CD facsimiles of every EC single from 1977 to 1987

The Ones We Love

Greatest hits from their major-label years

Reasons To Believe

Career-spanning best-of for New Jersey's finest offers a generous helping of rarities

Ronnie Lane – Ain’T No One Like

Those folky solo years of the late Face

Jacques Brel – Infiniment

Strong best-of bolstered by five unreleased tracks

Average White Band – AWB

Debut album plus CD of previously unreleased demos from '70s Scots funkers

Editor's Picks

Fleet Foxes – Shore

Robin Pecknold's tide-like ruminations on ageing, loss and uncertain times

PJ Harvey: “She’s an auteur… she knows what she wants”

The making of To Bring You My Love explored in the new issue of Uncut

The 10th Uncut New Music Playlist Of 2020

William Tyler, New Order, Todd Rundgren, Gwenifer Raymond and much more

Introducing the Ultimate Music Guide to the Grateful Dead

Meeting your heroes can be disappointing. As you’ll read in our new Ultimate Music Guide, when Melody Maker’s Steve...