Andrew Loog Oldham and Del Shannon craft a lost album of disarming sun-drenched melancholia.
Ramones stripped everything down to a distillation of frenetic pace and raw power.
Between Manics albums, Nicky Wire turned out an unlikely ramshackle masterpiece.
Luke Haines in… Setting The Dogs On The Post-Punk Postman picks up where its predecessor left off.
The beefiest, punchiest Luke Haines album since After Murder Park, probably.
these Chester chaps got wrecked reading Winnie the Pooh and listening to Pink Floyd, ending up with Six, the greatest Brit-prog record that very few people have actually heard.
You’re probably quite bored of hearing us prattle on about how Laura Marling is the best singer-songwriter of her generation. We’re almost bored of saying it ourselves. But what else can we do?