ORGAN THING: Cheer Accident’s new album – oh look, if you already know then you know, if you don’t then you really should. Here Comes The Sunset cranks up the prog and a whole lot more (again)

Cheer Accident – Here Comes The Sunset (SkinGraft Records) – Disclaimer: Don’t read this review, just wait for the album, this review is full  of spoilers, under no circumstances should you read on. A first listen to the new album then, Cheer Accident can do this kind of thing, Cheer Accident can do what ever…

ORGAN PREVIEW: “Experimental music icon” Cosey Fanni Tutti will perform and speak at Coventry’s Deliaphonic in March…

Deliaphonic “is a 4-day festival to celebrate the sounds and legacy of Delia Derbyshire. With film screenings, talks, live music, DJ sets, projections, performance art, sonic installations and family-friendly events, you will be inspired by some well-acclaimed musicians and artists with experimental and electronic music and more”. “Now in its fourth year, the festival will…

ORGAN PREVIEW: “All life has been in some kind of abeyance. Now at last things seem to be on the way to starting up again”, Peter Hammill looks forward “with joy and excitement (and the usual pinch of trepidation)” to February’s Van Der Graaf Generator UK shows…

Van Der Graaf Generator’s UK tour is now less than a month away, the rescheduled dates really do look like they will be happening this time, and so, without wishing to tempt anything, a message from Peter Hammill regarding the upcoming VdGG tour as it appeared a day or two ago on his website… “Astonishingly,…

ORGAN: Five Music Things – New Märvel, fresh Agvirre, the beauty of Widowspeak, the bite of Cosmic Ninja, Brad Mehldau, The Awful Din, new Die! Die! Die!, Le Seul Element, was that five?

All the striving and the doing it, on we go, the Five music things thing yet again for whatever it still might be worth. Five? There’s something rather compelling about five, cross-pollination? Five more? Do we need to do the editorial bit again? Is there another way? A cure for pulling cats out of hats?…

ORGAN THING: Suicide announce career spanning collection with unreleased tracks – Watch the video to Frankie Teardrop (First Version), directed by Douglas Hart here…

Suicide (Alan Vega and Martin Rev)’s distinguished career is celebrated with their first official collection, Surrender, out on Mute on 25th March 2022. With sleevenotes by longtime fan and friend of the band, Henry Rollins, the16-track album^ features previously unheard material, and will be available on blood red double vinyl with an embossed, mirror-boarded gatefold…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Benjamin Murphy at Lychee One, Bob and Roberta Smith’s Thamesmead Codex, Take me with you at The Koppel Project Hive, Mary Anne Francis, This is Not an Art Show, Patrick Heron at The Cristea Roberts Gallery…

Five more art things. five art things, five more art things happening somewhere around right now or any moment now. Five art shows to check out in the coming days. An (almost) weekly round up of recommended art events. Five shows, exhibitions or things we rather think might be worth checking out. Mostly London things…

ORGAN THING: Selection is one of artist Caren Garfen’s rather powerful pieces of art that can be seen in Cultivate’s Deflect alongside an equally powerful piece called Star Witness, today is Holocaust Remembrance Day…

Selection is one of textile artist Caren Garfen’s rather powerful pieces that can be seen in the latest Cultivate on-line group show Deflect, Selection featured alongside images of an equally powerful piece called Star Witness and today is Holocaust Remembrance Day here in the UK, it seems like a fitting day to look just a…

ORGAN: Five Music Things – New Boo Hiss, new goodness from And So I Watch You From Afar, tasty noise rock from W!zard, crispness from Jimi Jules, new beauty from Tomberlin and…

All the striving and the doing it, on we go, the Five music things thing yet again for whatever it still might be some kind of worth. Five? There’s something rather compelling about five, cross-pollination? Five more? Do we need to do it again? Is there another way? A cure for pulling cats out of…