‘…nourishes public intellectual space – without it our public culture would be diminished.’ (Tariq Modood)
Percussionist, improviser and AMM founding member Eddie Prévost’s new book presents a fascinating series of reflections and challenging insights on music..(read more)
Beautiful publication in print and on vinyl by one of my favourite artists. Danielle explains how she discovered Nick Drake and what fascinates her about this s..(read more)
Institutional racism became part of public discourse in the UK in 1999, after the Macpherson report on the murder of Stephen Lawrence by the police some years..(read more)
“Imagine Richard Youngs as the junior member of a cabal of prolific and puritanical English musician-mystics, including The Fall’s Mark E Smith, Van..(read more)
Compiles snapshots of English pop culture’s rebels and outsiders, from Oscar Wilde to Tricky via PJ Harvey and Mark E. Smith. Those who have really shaped Alb..(read more)
Philip Johnson, a lost figure in the dark waters of early industrial music in the UK, made over 25 tapes in the late ’70s. Ethereal soundscapes, damaged e..(read more)
After a crushing political defeat at the UK election, one resource of hope is municipalism. One of the most inspiring examples is Preston council.
English jazz pianist Mike Westbrook released this in 1971; a concept album recorded over three days in the famous Lansdowne studios.