In our 'Re:View' column, in which we look back at records from the past. Dave Goodwin reflects on a new double CD compilation from early 80's Barnsley post-punk band Party Day
Dave Goodwin examines the 1978 only album of Hot Pepper, the disco-influenced studio project of Mexican drummer and producer Jesús Muñoz 'Tilico' which has recently been re-released.
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.
Six By Seven
Dave Goodwin reflects on Nottingham-based post punks Six by Seven's 2000 second album 'The Closer You Get' which has just been released on vinyl along with their' Peel Sessions' and also on CD a new 'Greatest Hits' compilation
Following reissues of 'Nightclubbing' in 2014 and 2015's 'Disco' Grace Jones has even more to offer with the deluxe editions of her 1980 album 'Warm Leatherette' released on Universal
Mcalmont And Butler
Dave Goodwin reflects on McAlmont and Butler's 1995 debut album, 'The Sound of McAlmont and Butler', which has been released in a remastered double CD version
Blind Mr Jones
In our 'Re:View' section, in which we look back at albums from the past, Dave Goodwin reflects on shoegazing/Britpop band Blind Mr Jones' 1994 second album 'Tattoine', which has just been re-released and remastered
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Dave Goodwin reflects on Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark's 1984 fifth album 'Junk Culture', which has just been reissued in a double CD expanded edition
In our Re: view section, in our writers look back at albums from the past, Dave Goodwin examines Bill Nelson's 1986 album 'Getting the Holy Ghost Across' which has recently been repackaged in a new edition
Dave Goodwin examines former Be Bp Deluxe guitarist and experimental musician Bill Nelson's 1986 album 'Iconography', which has just been re-released
In our 'Re:View' section, in which our writers look back on albums from the past, Dave Goodwin examines little heard new wave supergroup the Armoury Show's 1985 only album 'Waiting for the Floods', which has just been re-released in a new double CD