Various Artists – Reggae Love Songs

Romantic tunes played a big part in British reggae charts in the late '70s and early '80s as a new generation of aspirational, British-born black kids abandoned roots reggae in…

The Hours

Three female big-hitters go on an Oscar hunt

Suede—Introducing The Band

A document of their 1994 Dog Man Star tour, this captures Suede just about surviving the notorious crisis of losing that album's principal architect, Bernard Butler. Still, Brett Anderson bumps…

Married To The Mob

Two years before GoodFellas, Jonathan Demme nailed the comical backstage soap opera element of modern-day mobsters and their brassy womenfolk in this cheery 1988 farce. Michelle Pfeiffer is the blousy…

I’m Going Home

A morbidly slow but ultimately touching vignette from France, starring the legendary Michel Piccolia an ageing actor whose wife and kids are killed in a car crash. He mopes around…

The Pain In Spain

A highly entertaining non-making of Terry Gilliam's Don Quixote

Geist – Songs For Your Neighbour

Subtle, simmering 'new acoustic' debutThese gentle, vaguely retro acoustic stylings from British songwriting duo Hudson and McDevitt exude real charm, evoking melancholy memories, tempered optimism and warm pints in cold…

Blue Orchids

Reissue of rarities, live stuff, Peel sessions, plus unreleased 1993 album

Pearl Jam

Seattle rockers' first and fifth albums reissued at mid-price

Andmoreagain…

Legendary creator of arguably the finest psychedelic album ever recorded makes a passionate return