- Examining the Pleasure principle – the enduring appeal of Girls at our Best!
- Raising the roof for refugees – with The Amber List, Red Moon Joe, West on Colfax … plus Jah Wobble and The Ukrainians
- Learning new things with the passing of time – revisiting Never Loved Elvis and The Wonder Stuff with Miles Hunt
- Discovering Tresor – the Gwenno feature/interview
- Shine on Mellow Moon – the Alfie Templeman interview
- Still Crazy after all these years – on the Long, Long Road with Arthur Brown
- Right on track with The Goa Express – in conversation with James Douglas Clarke
- Seeking out parallel worlds and channeling rocket science with Simon and the Astronauts – the Simon Wells interview
- Pip Blom / San Lorenz – Preston, The Ferret
- All the way from Detroit, destined for success – celebrating Duke Fakir’s I’ll Be There: My Life with The Four Tops
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It’s official. The Blue Aeroplanes are no less a beguiling sight and feast upon the left-over mince pies now as they were three decades before. This Bristol septet have just delivered the finest LP of the year (it’s only January, … Continue reading
The Blue Aeroplanes are back after a five-year wait, and have delivered the first great album of 2017. This is a band that always understood the importance of a strong first line. Take 1990’s Jacket Hangs for example. And this album … Continue reading
Further entries from the journal of an airman – in conversation with The Blue Aeroplanes’ Gerard Langley
The Blue Aeroplanes pride themselves on fusing elements of rock, folk, poetry, punk, dance and art, and were acknowledged as favourites of the likes of Radiohead and REM back in the day. Their lead singer also lectures on songwriting, his … Continue reading