Vinyl, And A Large Bottle Of Gin – The Most Significant Albums Of 2008

Eighteen months or so ago a music blog not too far from this parish began digging through each year from 1980 onwards. Some attempt to tweeze out a list of horribly important albums (the particulars of which live here). Only, for reasons unfathomable and unexplained (I got drunk. I fell into a ditch. I accidentally … Continue reading Vinyl, And A Large Bottle Of Gin – The Most Significant Albums Of 2008

Liberace* Reviews The Week’s New Releases

*May not contain any actual Liberace On the turntable this week: the eponymous album by The House Of Love. Some obscure tracks from Viv Stanshall’s, mid-seventies “blue” period. Burned, the solitary LP released by McCulloch & Sergeant during their Bunnymen hiatus. Meat Is Murder, obviously… And in other news, the stack of new(ish) releases lurking … Continue reading Liberace* Reviews The Week’s New Releases