With photographs from Amanda J, Window, Shirley Procter talks to poet Mike Garry about his success and working with Philip Glass and New Order.
Former Television Personalities guitarist TexasBob Juarez speaks to John Clarkson about his new Sparklestars project and his recently released fourth double album, 'Through the Looking Glass Darkly'.
Hazel O Connor
Nick Dent-Robinson talks to iconic 80's singer-songwriter Hazel O' Connor about her groundbreaking debut album 'Breaking Glass', current tour and new record 'Hallelujah Moments'.
Singer-songwriter Hazel O' Connor talks to Nick Dent-Robinson about her role in iconic 80's rock film 'Breaking Glass', her new autobiography and theatre roles
Dave Goodwin chats to 80's icon Hazel O'Connor about her autobiography and show 'Beyond Breaking Glass', the influence of her late mother and her dislike of poor lighting
New York-born, but now Manchester-based singer-songwriter Risa Hall talks to Malcolm Carter about her careers in both music and acting and eclectic debut album, 'Glass Half…?’
Hazel O' Connor
Hazel O' Connor was one of the first important female singers of the 80's, and her film 'Breaking Glass' was one of the classic rock films. John Clarkson talks to her about coming to terms with her past, and her new album 'Hidden Hearts'
Miss Black America
One of the most hotly tipped bands in Britain, guitar band Miss Black America have a particulary vocal frontman in Seymour Glass. Mark Rowland meets with him before a London gig to talk about schools, politics, Pokemon, and Rage Against the Machine
Siouxsie and the Banshees
Jon Rogers examines the latter years of Siouxsie and the Banshees, who have just reissued their final four albums, 'Through the Looking Glass', 'Peek-A-Boo', 'Superstition' and 'The Rapture'
Tom Fogarty enjoys 1980 cynical cult film ‘Breaking Glass’, which starring Hazel O’Connor and about a punk band's rise to fame, has just been re-released in a collector’s edition on DVD
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Manchester, Tennesee, 8/6/2017...9/6/2017
At the first two days of the prestigious Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival L. Paul Mann enjoys and photographs sets from among many others Luke Combs, July Talk, the Lemon Twigs, Tove Lo, Glass Houses and U2
The Perfect American, Opera Theater, Chicago, 30/4/2017
Lisa Torem enjoys the hypnotic harmonies, strong performances and contemporary perspectives of 'The Perfect American' by composer Philip Glass
Old Town School of Folk Music, 3/11/2016
Lisa Torem watches American composer Philip Glass perform an eloquent solo show at Chicago’s Old Town School of Folk Music
Macbeth, London, 7/3/2015
Owen Peters finds rising Leeds-based indie band Glass Caves refreshingly different at a show at the Macbeth in London
Glass Spider Band
Under the Bridge, London, 17/12/2013
Anthony Dhanendran finds the reunion of the Glass Spider Band, Davie Bowie's 1987 world tour backing band, crowd-pleasing but best left in the past at a show in the strange circumstances of Under the Bridge in London
Slam Dunk Festival
Leeds University Refectory, Leeds, 25/5/2009
While finding much to admire in the performances of bands such as Me Vs Hero, We Are Kings and the show-stealing Kids in Glass Houses, Kelly Smith finds one day Leeds punk pop festival overcrowded and badly organised
Hoxton Bar and Kitchen, London,2/10/2008
At a gig at the Hoxton Bar and Kitchen as part of the Concrete and Glass festival, Anthony Middleton finds Scottish band's Frightened Rabbit's passionate, desperate and often foul mouthed tales of inadequacy having a lot to offer, but largely lost on an unresponsive crowd
Leonard Cohen and Philip Glass
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
Bitter Springs, Stained Glass Heroes and
Needles, London, 16/12/2003
In one of London's more obscure venues, Olga Sladeckova watches headliners Bitter Springs and two other local bands, Stained Glass Heroes and the Lazarus Effect, deliver tight, but impressive sets
Hazel O Connor
In our 'Re: View' section, in which we look back at albums from the past, Dave Goodwin examines 'Breaking Glass' legend Hazel O'Connor's 1981 third album 'Cover Plus' which includes various other incarnations of the originals.
Echo And The Bunnymen
Ten Songs That Made Me Love...
In our series, in which our writers celebrate ten songs that made them love a favourite band or artist, Cila Warncke raises a glass to Liverpudlian post-punks Echo And The Bunnymen
Kids in Glass Houses
At the Bournemouth Opera House Katie Anderson photographs up-and-coming Cardiff rock band Kids in Glass Houses supporting Funeral for a Friend on a tour across Britain
Live at the Glass House
Tsunami Bomb's new DVD 'Live at the Glass House' is a recording of the last show of their Definitive Act Tour at the Glass House in Pomona, California. Alex Halls looks at a DVD which will be enjoyed by already established and new fans