Classical and Opera Features
Fleetwood Mac - Live (Super Deluxe Edition)

Fleetwood Mac – Live (Super Deluxe Edition)

by Ross Horton

Majoring on tracks from Tusk and Rumours, this is a living, breathing document of one of the most spectacular implosions of an artistic collective ever witnessed



Flock Of Dimes: “Music is the only way I know to process my feelings fully” –...

by Steven Johnson

Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner discusses her new solo album Head Of Roses, and reveals how heartbreak led to her finding comfort and purpose in music

Hannah Peel: “This is what I want, an emergence in nature being born” ̵...

by Ben Hogwood

The Fir Wave creator, arranger and Night Tracks presenter on folding in the work of Delia Derbyshire and the Radiophonic Workshop, and emulating the natural world with digital technology

Fyfe Dangerfield: “I’ve stockpiled so much music over the last decade” &#...

by Michael Hubbard

The Guillemots frontman is back with an EP, an improvised piano and vocal work, a mooch through the albums that have influenced him most, and some answers to questions

This Music Made Me: Loney Dear

by musicOMH

Ahead of the release of new album A Lantern And A Bell, Emil Svanängen mines his music memory for the albums that have influenced him most

New Age Steppers: Stepping Into A New Age – Spotlight

by Matt Cotsell

Reissues reappraise a band formed by The Slits’ Ari Up, revealing the serially collaborative outfit’s warm heart and timeless call for unity

Lost Horizons’ Simon Raymonde: “I wanted to try to broaden this album out to so...

by Steven Johnson

The Bella Union boss on the creative processes behind new album In Quiet Moments, matching music to vocalists, finding rebirth from death and the ongoing thrill of discovering new artists

Seth Lakeman: “The stories seemed to really connect with people” – Q&...

by Michael Hubbard

Looking back at Freedom Fields, and what came next, ahead of a streaming performance celebrating its 15th birthday, with its creator

Tindersticks’ Stuart Staples: “I needed to be in a place I hadn’t been before...

by Steven Johnson

On new album Distractions, being inspired by political events, how his songwriting has changed over the years and some of his favourite Tindersticks albums

SOPHIE, visionary innovator who sculpted thrillingly uncompromising sound worlds

by Matt Beattie

Grammy nominee, experimental pop musician, DJ, producer and collaborator dies aged 34

Hilang Child: “I write uplifting music to represent the feelings I want to be having...

by Steven Johnson

Brighton based musician Ed Riman on his new album Every Mover, finding catharsis and redemption in music and playing life-affirming live shows in Indonesia

This Music Made Me: Maxïmo Park

by musicOMH

Ahead of the launch of new album Nature Always Wins, Paul Smith recalls the albums that have influenced him most

This Music Made Me: Grandbrothers

by musicOMH

Erol Sarp and Lukas Vogel celebrate the release of new album All The Unknown with a run-through of the albums that have influenced them most

One For Keeps: Neil Young – After The Gold Rush

by Chris White

Coinciding with the release of its 50th Anniversary Edition, Chris White argues why half a century on, this remains his greatest record

Spotlight: Fine Young Cannibals – The Raw & The Cooked / Fine Young Cannibals

by Graeme Marsh

With remastered double CD editions out just in time for Christmas, Graeme Marsh revisits the two albums which formed the entirety of this unique band’s career

musicOMH’s Top 50 Albums Of 2020

by Michael Hubbard

The 50 albums that were top in the year 2020, according to musicOMH’s music writers

Spotlight: The Kinks – Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part One

by Graeme Marsh

This 50th anniversary edition underlines that, for consistency across an eclectic range, it’s difficult to match: here surely is one of the greatest true concept albums of all time

Cabane: “It was a serious consideration to think about only releasing one single phys...

by Steven Johnson

Thomas Jean Henri on his new album with Will Oldham and Kate Stables, being honest and patient, subjecting his art to scrutiny and remaking his songs with others

Spotlight: Amy Winehouse – The Collection

by Ross Horton

Two collections pay homage to a singular talent which stands alone in the grand pantheon of British icons: our greatest soul star, and our most relatable broken heart

Dire Straits: brothers in AOR

by Graeme Marsh

Graeme Marsh makes the forgotten case for gazillion-selling AOR as Mark Knopfler and co’s back catalogue gets the deluxe reissue treatment

Mort Garson: unearthing electronica’s unexplained pioneer

by Matt Cotsell

The late Canadian auteur’s work melding baroque exotica with watery synth squeaks and galactic drones is reassessed with three reissues and a previously unreleased compilation