Popmaster Live a Roaring Success!


Classic Pop Presents… Popmaster Live was the very first Classic Pop live event, held at etc.venues in Bishops Gate, London on the 22nd April, and a splendid night was had by all… The evening was highly polished, enormous fun and very well received. Legendary radio host Ken Bruce himself attended and placed himself in the [...]

Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie and Lindsey Buckingham’s share new song Feel About You

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The song is taken from the pair’s forthcoming self-titled album out in June. ‘Feel About You’, is the second song to be taken from their LP, which is due to be released on 9 June via Atlantic. Though the album will feature fellow Fleetwood Mac members Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, it will not be [...]

Gorillaz’s new album Humanz is available to stream now!


Gorillaz’s new album Humanz is now available to stream on Apple Music and Spotify. It’s been a long 7 year wait, which has felt even longer after Gorillaz teased us with new music earlier this year, but now the wait is over. Humanz follows type with previous releases and features numerous collaborations with the likes [...]

David Bowie’s Labyrinth movie soundtrack is being reissued on vinyl

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David Bowie’s Labyrinth movie soundtrack is getting a vinyl reissue.   The OST was originally released on vinyl in 1986 and is expected to drop on 12 May for the re-release via UMe. It’s been remastered at Capitol Studios and will feature a replication of the original artwork. The full tracklist can be found below: [...]

Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme passes away aged 73

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Director Jonathan Demme has passed away at the age of 73. The Oscar-wnning filmmaker, best known for his movies Silence of the Lambs and Philadelphia, was also behind the widely-lauded 1984 Talking Heads concert film Stop Making Sense. Demme died the morning of April 26 from complications due to heart disease and esophageal cancer, his [...]

Classic Pop Presents: McCartney Special Edition

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In this very special issue of Classic Pop Presents we take a look at a post-Beatles Paul McCartney through the decades, spanning from the 1970s to the 2010s. Also in this issue we’re looking back at some of McCartney’s most prolific collaborations including Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Kanye West and many more. With a wealth [...]

Brian Eno – Reflection Review


Should current events be causing too much turmoil in your life then we recommend Brian Eno’s Reflections, which has been relaxing us all year long. Wyndham Wallace reviews. [Warp]   Thank goodness for Brian Eno, who ensures 2017 at least begins peacefully with his latest ambient release. Reflection follows swiftly in the wake of last [...]

Tim Bowness – Lost In The Ghost Light Review

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Full of prog flourishes and earnest lyrics makes Lost In The Ghost Light everything we could have wanted from a Tim Bowness concept album. Wyndham Wallace reviews. [Inside Out Music]   “You’re locked in worlds of yesterday… and this is where you’ll stay,” sings Tim Bowness, half of underrated art-poppers No-Man, early on his fourth [...]

Flo Morrissey and Matthew E White – Gentlewoman, Ruby Man Review

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The unlikely pairing of Flo Morrissey and Matthew E White has produced Gentlewoman, Ruby Man, one of our favourite cover albums in recent memory. Wyndham Wallace reviews… [Glassnote]   London’s Flo Morrissey and Richmond, Virginia’s Matthew E White first performed together at a Lee Hazlewood tribute show. Now, 18 months later, their recorded debut together offers [...]

Gizmo Varillas – El Dorado Review

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We’re yet to escape the biting cold but Wyndham Wallace thinks he’s found just the thing for it: Gizmo Varillas’ debut El Dorado. [Muisca Records]   Britons may have to wait before they can turn off their central heating, but Spanish-born London resident Gizmo Varillas could well make the next months more bearable. His debut [...]