Italian lounge-metal covers that work more effectively than you might expect.
The quirky and mysterious sounds of the Icelandic folk singer’s last album to date.
A collection of predictably unpredictable musical variations from the former Cardiacs guitarist.
The unruly pleasures of ‘black psychedelia’ on the debut album from Preston’s finest masked madmen.
The album that ushered in the grunge revolution is perhaps more important as a signpost in rock history than as a musical work.
Looking back at one of the pioneering moments in the Black Metal story.
A transitional album for the British folk-rock pioneers now comes in a posh expanded edition.
Toyah’s debut album remains as startling, experimental and unsettling now as it was on its original release.
The soul diva’s legendary 1976 album – a project that feels thrown together but remains a classic recording and features her finest musical moment.
The criminally underrated album from a band that was unfortunately caught in the tail-end of the Madchester movement.
Exploring the erotic, hypnotic and chilled-out ambience of Enigma.