By Eliza Muddle Out of time in a fuzzy land both familiar and strange, gentle melodies enchant like Laudanum, cutting me free from these worldly chains. This is musick (with a ‘k’) of the earth, her roots sprawling under spiced soil, reaching deep into the nourishing moisture of creation and invisibly, through thick air, absorbed […]
Which one could it be? ‘Roadrunner (once)’? Roadrunner (twice)’? ‘Roadrunner (live)’? Or will all the different versions split the vote? All I know is that I’m in love with rock’n’roll and I’ll be up all night. This one was so close we had to go into a second round of voting. I would explain the process, but […]
This was inspired by a thread on David Quantick’s Facebook page, wherein he asked friends to nominate their favourite three Wah! songs. A worthy cause, I felt. Surely it could be expanded to other great bands’ back catalogues? The obvious place to start was with The Raincoats. Here are the results, in order (just typing […]
What could be more exciting than ascribing numerical value to music? I mean, really?
Some labels you trust. This one I do. The fellow there doesn’t contact me very often. When he does, I listen.
The missing link between Robert Wyatt and Disco Inferno, A. R. Kane sounded equally at home in the club as in the bedroom, under the stars and in the studio.
Like To Like You Baby
Death Rattle – The Stone Roses, Primal Scream, Oasis and the travesty of British Alternative Rock in the 90s
Large elements of the UK alternative press seemed to be waiting for the right guitar band to get behind, the right guitar band to believe in. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you The Stone Roses.