In our 'Re:View' section, in which our writers look at albums from the past, Malcolm Carter finds that The Who’s finest album, 1967's 'The Who Sells Out', is given the box set treatment it deserves with five CDs, two vinyl 7 inch singles and a book worth the price of admission alone.
Malcolm Carter examines a new compilation that covers all stages of cult 1960's outfit Kaleidoscope/Fairfield Parlour's career, and finds an accompanying DVD of archive footage makes it an essential purchase.
In our Re:View section Malcolm Carter reflects on the Distractions' debut album from 1980 which has finally been made available on CD, comprising both the original album and a new Nick Halliwell remix. He finds that a host of extras make this a must-buy.
In our 'Re:View' section Malcolm Carter reflects on the 20th Anniversary edition of Canadian singer-songwriter Suzie Ungerleider's debut as Oh Susanna, which has been re-mastered by producer Peter J. Moore and adds five bonus acoustic tracks.
In our 'Re:View' section, in which our writers look back at albums from the part, Malcolm Carter finds Mellow Candle founder Alison O’Donnell and David Williams' 1978 South African only Flibbertigibbet album finally getting the reissue treatment it deserves.
In our 'Re:View' section Malcolm Carter examines a new vinyl only compilation of power-pop heaven from Sydney’s the Lonely Hearts, an underrated and, outside of Australia, almost unknown band from the 80's.
Paul Marcano and Light Dreams
In our 'Re: View' section, in which our writers look back at albums from the past, Malcolm Carter finds essential the reissue of Canadian Paul Marcano’s 1982 cassette only psychedelic masterpiece which has finally been released on CD and double vinyl
Malcolm Carter examines 60's-influenced country/psychedelic band Beachwood Sparks long lost album 'Desert Skies', which recorded in 1997, has only been released now
Malcom Carter reflects upon Aztec Camera’s 1984 second album ‘Knife’, which has recently been reissued in an expanded edition
Malcolm Carter reflects upon Genesis's 1969 debut album, 'From Genesis to Revelation', which has just been reissued in a remastered edition
Malcolm Carter examines Irish-born singer songwriter Tony McLoughlin's 2007 album, 'Tall Black Horse', which combines folk, rock, blues and soul
Malcolm Carter examines Manchester-based act the Turner's intimate and confessional 2006 debut album, 'Hope Dies Last'
In the latest in our 'Re : View' series, in which we look back at albums from the past, Malcolm Carter reflects upon Miles Davis' 1958 jazz classic 'Kind of Blue', which has been recently re-released in a 50th anniversary box set
In the latest in our Re : View series, in which our writers re-examine albums from the past, Malcolm Carter looks at British-born, but American-based singer-song writer and recent Pennyblackmusic interviewee Steve Robinson's debut solo album, 'Away for the Day'
In our ''Re : view' section, in which our writers look back at albums from the past, Malcolm Carter examines Paul Weller's classic solo album 'Stanley Road', which recently had its tenth anniversary
When 'Pet Sounds' first came out in 1966, Malcolm Carter could not understand what all the fuss was about. Many years on he writes about why he now feels that it deserves its seminal reputation
Malcolm Carter asks exactly what a classic album is, after hearing the Hired Guns' new CD 'Between Here and the Night', which has rapidly become an early contender for his Album of the Year
Whenever I’m asked what my favourite album of all time is the following records always spring to mind: ‘Pet Sounds’ by The Beach Boys, ‘The Small Faces’ (the Immediate one), Aimee Mann’s ‘Whatever’,’