Anthony Strutt bids farewell to one of his all-time heroes Leonard Cohen who died in November
Victoria Park, London, 26/6/2008
At a gig at London's Victoria Park to promote their 'In Rainbows' album, Mark Rowland watches Radiohead play an enthusiastic, eco-friendly set to an ecstatic crowd
At a show in London to promote their joint project 'The Book of Longing', Anthony Strutt watches a unique collaboration between Leonard Cohen and Philip Glass
Songs of Love and Hate (2009)
Jeff Thiessen examines Leonard Cohen's raw, emotionally traumatised 1972 album, 'Songs of Love and Hate'
Old Ideas (2012)
Effective twelfth studio album and first release in eight years for Leonard Cohen.
Dear Heather (2004)
Immaculate eleventh album from the legendary Leonard Cohen, which mainly a collection of beautiful duets sung with co-ingers Anjani Thomas and Sharon Robinson
John Clarkson speaks to Charley Webb from folk pop duo the Webb Sisters about their new album 'Savages', and touring with Leonard Cohen
In what is our third interview with him John Clarkson speaks to former Jack front man Anthony Reynolds about 'Blues for Bobby Solo', the new EP he has recorded with La Muneca de Sal, and his two recent books on the Walker Brothers and Jeff Buckley and forthcoming one on Leonard Cohen
Interview with Matt Hart
Canadian indiepop act the Russian Futurists has drawn comparisions with the Magnetic Fields, Leonard Cohen, the Flaming Lips and the Human League. John Clarkson speaks to mainman Matt Hart about the band's acclaimed first two albums
Musician, Leicester, 31/1/2012
Anthony Strutt watches British folk musician Keith James pay impressive tribute to Leonard Cohen in a set of his songs at a show at The Musician in Leicester
02, London, 17/7/2008
New Pennyblackmusic writer Anthony Middleton is thrilled by Leonard Cohen at his first London show in fourteen years in a happy, thoughtful and emotional evening at the O2
#4: From Leonard Cohen to Long Covid: Music and Mental Health – Part 1
In his regular column ‘In Dreams Begin Responsibilities’, Steve Miles begins to looks at the topical issue of mental health and its effect on music and songs by Leonard Cohen, Suicidal Tendencies and The Smiths.