The first in an occasional series of classic photos of legendary figures in often unexpected combinations.
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The Final Howls Of Siouxsie And The Banshees
The final four albums from the punk-goth pioneers show a band struggling to find a new direction and shake off the labels that they found reductive.
Oh! You Pretty Things: The Decadent Trash Aesthetic Of The 1970s Glam Rock Wastelands
The swagger, sleaze and sensationalism of the 1970s glam rock scene explored.
Stardust To Stardust, Ashes To Ashes: The Disastrous New Bowie Biopic
Disowned by the family, the new David Bowie ‘origins’ film is even worse than you might have feared.
The Return Of Octobriana – The Revolutionary Russian Superhero
Jim Rugg reinvents a classic – if little known – comic book character, with a fluorescent 1970s vibe.
This One’s On Me – The Private Parts Of Peter Straker
The remarkable musical career of the flamboyant and overlooked cabaret rocker.
David Bowie’s Comfortably Numb
Bowie’s final UK live appearance, appearing alongside David Gilmour.
The Sound Of The Stylophone
Exploring the popular and ear-shriekingly loud mini synth of the 1970s.
Mad, Bad And Dangerous To Know – P.J. Proby’s Savoy Years
The last rock ‘n’ roll rebel and his lost years recording obscene, outrageous and inspired cover versions for Britain’s most infamous publishing house.
Open Your Eyes To David Hasselhoff’s Media Pollution
The Living legend sings for a new global consciousness on his new album. Really.
Get Your Rocks Off With Dana Gillespie – Bowie, Blues And The MainMan Years
The remarkable recordings by the Sixties glamour girl, movie star and rock goddess.