Introducing Morrissey (DVD) (2014)
Andy Cassidy is impressed by Morrissey's new live DVD, which compiles together tracks from two nights on his tour to promote 'Vauxhall and I', his 1995 fourth solo album
Hardcore Morrissey fan Andy Cassidy gives his verdict on Morrissey's controversial and much criticised 'Autobiography'
Capital FM Arena, Nottingham, 13/3/2015
Anthony Strutt watches Morrissey, despite promoting his album from last year ‘World Peace is None of Your Business’ which is now impossible to buy, play an impressive set at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham on his first UK tour in four years
Wireless Festival, Hyde Park, London, 27/6/2008
Anthony Strutt enjoys a passionate set of classic and some new songs from Morrisey at a one-off appearance at the Wireless Festival in Hyde Park in London
MEN Area, Manchester, 22/5/2004
In his first homecoming Manchester show in 12 years, Dixie Ernill watches Morrissey play a variable set, but finds him still sometimes able to maintain an edge
I Am Not a Dog on a Chain (2020)
Increasingly flawed and overtly self-indulgent latest album from ex-Smiths frontman, Morrissey
Low in High School (2017)
Welcome return for the Los Angeles-living Manchurian Morrissey as he releases his long awaited new album on BMG almost four years after his last record
World Peace is None of Your Business (2014)
Excellent tenth solo album and first record in five years from Morrissey, which finds him on controversial form
Everyday is Like Sunday (2010)
Unsatisfactory and expensive re-release of Morrisey's second single, which has been released ahead of a remastered version of his solo debut album, 'Viva Hate'
Vinyl only and unofficial collection of both impressive and disappointing unreleased late 80s and early 90s tracks from Morrissey
Something is Squeezing My Skull (2009)
Perfect second single from his latest 'Years of Refusal' album for Morrissey
Years of Refusal (2009)
Sporadic latest album from Morrissey, which, while proving to be a grower, is far from one of his best moments
I’m Throwing My Arms around Paris (2009)
Classy multi-formatted new single from Morrisey, the first from his 'Refusal' album
All You Need is Me (2008)
Especially poetic new single from Morrissey, which, while appearing on his recent 'Greatest Hits' album, is actually a new track
That's How People Grow Up (2008)
Fantastic new single from Morrissey, with an impressive collection of live tracks on its B sides
In The Future When All's Well (2006)
Happy-sounding third single from his much acclaimed comeback album ‘Ringleaders of the Tormentors’ for Morrissey
Youngest Was The Most Loved (2006)
Excellent new Morrisey single, which includes two previously unreleased tracks
Ringleader Of The Tormentors (2006)
Groundbreaking eighth solo album from Morrissey, which quickly establishes itself as one the best of his career
You Have Killed Me (2006)
Fine first single from his new album 'Ringleader of the Tormentors' from Morrissey
Let Me Kiss You (2004)
Stunning new CDS from Morrissey, which compensates for his disappointing and over-rated recent album, 'You are the Quarry'
You Are The Quarry (2004)
Long-awaited new album from Morrissey, which unfortunately does not match up the hype or its first single 'Irish Blood, English Heart'
Irish Blood, English Heart (2004)
Welcome first new single in seven years from the much missed Morrissey
Dixie Ernill chats to Morrissey's favourite band of the late 1980s Bradford about their recent reformation and their forthcoming first gig in Manchester in twenty-five years.
London-born singer-songwriter Louise Aubrie talks to Malcolm Carter about her decision to move to New York, working with Morrissey guitarist and producer Boz Boorer and her just released second album, 'Time Honoured Alibi’
Chicago-based punk band the Smoking Popes include Morrissey amongst their fans. Front man Josh Caterer talks to Lisa Torem about his band's reformation in 2005 after a seven year absence and 'This is Only a Test', their new album
The Smiths and Morrissey: Every Album, Every Song
Pennyblack’s own Tommy Gunnarsson takes on The Smiths and Morrissey’s entire back catalogue. in his first book Fiona Hutchings rolls up her sleeves and dives in.
Richard Lewis takes a look at the recent success of Morrissey’s autobiography and other entries in the genre and asks why some artists have been profiled in print more than others
The Sound of the Smiths
'The Sounds of the Smiths' is a new Smiths compilation which has been issued as both a single and a double disc. Anthony Strutt gives it a track-by-track preview
On his birthday Anthony Srutt at the Hop Farm Festival in Kent watches sets from Morrissey, Lou Reed and Patti Smith
Brixton Academy, London, 21/7/2009
Despite being initally cancelled due to illness, Anthony Strutt watches Morrissey play a fantastic set in a rescheduled show at the Brixton Academy in London
Deaf Institute, Manchester, 17/7/2009
At the Deaf Institute in Manchester, Dixie Ernill is impressed by Morecambe-formed band the Heartbreaks, whose energy and passion recalls those of the classic C86 groups and Morrissey
Leeds Festival 2
..while on its last day Denzil Watson watches performances among others to the 5, 6, 7, 8s, the New York Dolls, Franz Ferdinand, Morrissey, the Libertines and the White Stripes
London Royal Albert Hall, 17/8/2002
Back from LA for his first British shows in five years, Morrissey recently played two shows at the London Royal Albert Hall. Andy Snowball finds, despite his long absence, that the former Smiths frontman has lost none of his charisma and stage presence
Ten Songs That Made Me Love...
In a new series, in which our writers write about ten songs that made them love a favourite band, Andy Cassidy begins by reflecting on the Smiths
Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll
In the second in his new 'Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll' column, Ben Howarth muses on Spring releases and the new Morrissey album 'Ringleader of the Tormentors'