Synanon songs: music that healed its makers, from CHRIS SEARLE on Jazz
Tuesday 10th Mar 2015
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Glorious Auerlio owes his mum a lot, writes MICHAL BONCZA
Saturday 27th Sep 2014
CHRIS SEARLE on Jazz
Tuesday 12th Aug 2014
MICHAL BONCZA and IAN SINCLAIR cock an ear to latest from Spike, Sinkane and Wire
Thursday 7th Aug 2014
MATTHEW COLLINS finds that, nearly 15 years after Jacqui Abbott's departure from The Beautiful South, she and Paul Heaton still have the strength to throw political and personal Molotov cocktails
Tuesday 27th May 2014
CHRIS SEARLE Listens to three great British jazzmen
Tuesday 1st Apr 2014
At times melancholic, occasionally euphoric, Awake slides easily between being both comforting and freeing. One to listen to with headphones.
Tuesday 18th Mar 2014
There's always more to Laibach than the music alone. They are, essentially, the thinking person's Rammstein and that may be worth referencing as you listen.
posted by Will Stone in Arts
Only time will tell whether the metamorphosis of a motorbike legend into a rock god will succeed. The potential is clearly there.
Haunting echoes of the war to end all wars