To Kill the President is a timely Washington-based political thriller, says IAN SINCLAIR, but its Achilles heel is its author’s slavish brown-nosing of US politicos and their world views
Thursday 31st Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
How I Lost by Hillary Clinton (OR Books, £14)
SINCE Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, the Democratic Party establishment and Hillary Clinton supporters have blamed everyone, including FBI Director James Comey, the Russian government and...
Monday 7th Aug 2017
The Hayman Kupa Band
HAVING recently released the William Morris-inspired Chants for Socialists and records about the “thankful”...
Tuesday 1st Aug 2017
IAN SINCLAIR takes issue with the self-aggrandising depiction of realities of the Dunkirk evacuation during WWII which greatly inflates the British role and omits most of the unsavoury detail
Friday 28th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
IAN SINCLAIR finds a recent House of Lords report reveals more of the Establishment’s intentions than it would like us to know
Wednesday 19th Jul 2017
A Short History of Decay (TV Records)
WITH 2006’s co-written collection of murder ballads World Without End and Uncut-favourite The Graceless Age from 2012, Mississippi native John Murry already...
Tuesday 18th Jul 2017
The latest from James Elkington, Ani DiFranco, and Fit and the Conniptions
Tuesday 11th Jul 2017
Durrant y Ledesma
Durrant y Ledesma (The Burning Deck)
DURRANT and Ledesma are an Englishman and a Paraguayan who’ve crafted a selection of tunes so beautifully structured that it has you cocking your ears...
Tuesday 4th Jul 2017
Ignoring Western bombing in the Middle East endangers us all, writes IAN SINCLAIR
Thursday 29th Jun 2017
Ian Sinclair reviews Fazerdaze, Fleet Foxes and Soley .
Wednesday 14th Jun 2017