Retrospectives

On Fingers Broken Long Ago: a Jenny Lewis Retrospective
Let's get together and talk about the modern age. In 1978, harmonica player Eddie Gordon walks out on his Las Vegas family band, primarily a duo wi...more
Pale on Pale: a Chelsea Wolfe Retrospective
One of Chelsea Wolfe’s earliest memories is of sudden rainfall. While standing in the backyard of her house, her neighbourhood was instantaneously s...more
Retrospective: Pete Doherty
Troubled troubadour Pete Doherty has had a colourful career. After rising to public attention in the early 2000s as co-front man of indie rock outfi...more
Retrospective: Freddie Mercury
They just don’t make them like they used to. We hear that phrase more and more often these days. We speak of musicians being "legends" and claim "th...more
Retrospective: New Model Army
New Model Army is a band to grow up with. That’s crucial to understanding their appeal. It means they’re a band that's grown and evolved naturall...more
Retrospective: Pixies
The music business is a strange beast. Maybe that’s because no industry deals with something as intangible, magical and elusive as the wonderful gif...more
Retrospective: Josh Homme
Josh Homme is best known for creating and fronting one of the figure heads of stoner rock: Queens Of The Stone Age, but delve a little deeper into his...more
#12 Women in Music: Kim Gordon
This week Kim Gordon turns 61. 30 of those 61 years have been spent creating both beautiful and horrifying noise with one of the most influential...more
#8 Women in Music: Lana Del Rey
Over the course of April, DrunkenWerewolf will team up with women filling various professional roles in Britain and abroad, to talk about the finer de...more
#5 Women in Music: Tori Amos
Over the course of April, DrunkenWerewolf will team up with women filling various professional roles in Britain and abroad, to talk about the finer de...more