From Alan Vega/Suicide to Neneh Cherry to Vivien Goldman and back again!
Alan Vega was never short on quotables and this just might be the best of the best... R.I.P
We pay respect to Suicide's Alan Vega, a musical pioneer who influenced and changed the lives of too many of our fave bands to mention and ours too. RIP.
Light In The Attic Records have turned a musical myth into a funk rock reality with their Betty Davis - The Columbia Years 1968-1969 release... Insert *prayer hands* emoji here.
Sure, Richard Ashcroft might look like a rock star, but is he still actually one??
Mr David Jones. Such a plain, common name for a man who ended up changing the entertainment world. Not long after Brixton-born musician Jones changed his surname to Bowie, he began turning pop music on its head...
Remembering one of the BIG Easy's downright funkiest cats Allen Toussaint, not only for his incredible behind the scenes production and songwriting but also as an amazing performer.
Vinyl pusher man at Rough Trade Records in the UK (and sporadic Cool Accidents contributor) Stan talks us through a bunch of his fave reissues from the year that's been (and almost gone!)
The new HBO series "Vinyl" based on the rise of The Rolling Stones looks like a bloody good time.
A film is in the works about Betty Davis, the OG nasty gal of funk who married, changed (for the better) and left Miles Davis in a single year. WOULD. WATCH.
FOR SALE 1 x custom painted 1965 Porsche 356C 1600 Cabriolet. One (not very careful, often drunken) previous lady owner. Offers welcome.