A vibrant and visually arresting book featuring the work of two Melbourne teenagers, from our friends at M33 is worth your consideration.
The late and significantly notable 60s, 70s and 80s pop critic and journalist Ian MacDonald looks at the LP that followed Aja. No mean feat.
Innes Reekie takes a look at the life of Alexander Trocchi to coincide with the play adaptation of Cain’s Book, now on at The Arches.
London based filmmaker and writer, Rebecca Coley, takes a look at the first edition of Kennedy Magazine – a biannual Journal of Curiosities.
Erik Sandberg takes a look at a new book, A Scene In Between, which traces the early days of some of the most influential 80s UK indie bands.
A new book chronicling the work of rock and pop photographer Harry Papadopoulos is now available from Birlinn Books and it’s a real gem.
On Friday 26th Oct David Byrne is in town to chat with Alun Woodward about his new book, How Music Works, at the Glasgow Film Theatre.
Compass Point is brought to life through a new book by Darren Sylvester and published by Melbourne based creative photography collective M.33.