A motley collection of comedians attempt to conquer the popular music world with relatively serious cover versions of pop hits.
The educational TV show’s song encouraging kids not to be afraid of imaginary monsters has some unfortunate lyrics.
An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
The tunes considered too dangerous and subversive to be played on national radio during Desert Storm.
The oddly endearing and enduring belief that Paul McCartney was killed at the start of 1967 and replaced with a lookalike.
The criminally underrated female-led pop sounds of the 1970s explored in an essential collection.
The eccentric creative geniuses keeping the mash-up alive and well.
Toyah’s debut album remains as startling, experimental and unsettling now as it was on its original release.
The innocent joys of disposable pop music from the past, as featured on a new box set.
Exploring the back catalogue of the Scottish Sixties popsters Marmalade.
One of Christopher Lee’s lesser known forays into the world of popular music.
Rock ‘n’ roll rebellion meets social commentary in a strangely authentic British teen film.