Ian Sinclair reviews Fazerdaze, Fleet Foxes and Soley .
Wednesday 14th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
It’s vital we look seriously at the consequences of Britain’s actions around the world, writes IAN SINCLAIR
Monday 5th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Jupiter and Okwess
Kin Sonic (Glitterbeat)
JUPITER BOKONDJI and Okwess International are politicos who apply the oral and music “zebola” tradition of the Mongo people, who dwell in the Congo and are...
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
With Corbyn promising ‘a reckoning’ with unscrupulous sections of the British elite, is it any wonder the Establishment-friendly BBC is unwilling to give the Labour leader a fair hearing, asks IAN SINCLAIR
Friday 19th May 2017
Rain Dries Your Eyes
SINCE his 2000 debut, singer-songwriter Jason McNiff has honed his craft without achieving mainstream success.
Rain Dries Your Eyes is...
Tuesday 16th May 2017
Jake Xerxes Fussell
What In The Natural World
(Paradise of Bachelors)
THE SECOND long player from US guitarist and singer Jake Xerxes Fussell is a fascinating mix of traditional and more...
Tuesday 2nd May 2017
We All Want the Same Things
THE THIRD solo album from Craig Finn, frontman of US rock’n’roll heroes The Hold Steady, is arguably his best...
Wednesday 19th Apr 2017
Ian Sinclair reviews the latest from Dear Reader, Townes Van Zandt and Ralph Towner
Tuesday 4th Apr 2017
By downplaying the West’s role in Yemen and Somalia, the Guardian is keeping its readers ignorant of the true nature of Western foreign policy, says IAN SINCLAIR
Wednesday 29th Mar 2017
Moon Duo’s Occult Architecture Vol. 1, Six. By Seven’s Greatest Hits, Mind Over Mirrors’s Undying Colour, Strand of Oaks’s Hard Love
Saturday 11th Mar 2017