Album of the Month

We dig deep into the stories behind our favourite albums through words and music.

The Story of The Rolling Stones ‘Exile on Main St.’

In the face of adversity and a self-imposed exile, the world's longest-running rock n' roll band produce their most expansive work and one of the best LPs.

The Story of Radiohead ‘OK Computer’

OK Computer is the first Radiohead album that truly shocked their fans and yet it was an overwhelming success that later fed into the band's frustrations.

The Story of Lauryn Hill ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’

"I need to be surrounded by people as passionate and as dedicated as I am." - Lauryn Hill

The Story of The Velvet Underground & Nico’

"What we had was ambition and a goal ... to elevate the rock and roll song and take it where it hadn't been taken before." - Lou Reed

The Story of John Coltrane ‘A Love Supreme’

“I believe that men are here to grow themselves into the best good that they can be.” – John Coltrane

The Story of Van Morrison ‘Astral Weeks’

Van Morrison looks longingly back to the city of his birth, Belfast, in one of the most classic albums of all time and a mystical journey from start to finish.

The Story of D’Angelo ‘Voodoo’

The Soulquarian takes an evolutionary stance for his sophomore effort and raises the bar for contemporary soul.

The Story of My Bloody Valentine ‘Loveless’

'Loveless' is a myth inside and out. It's not a record that is meant to be completely understood but is frontman Kevin Shield’s magnum opus.

The Story of Billie Holiday ‘Lady in Satin’

“It is Billie Holiday, whom I first heard in 52nd Street clubs in the 1930s, who was, and still remains, the greatest single musical influence.” - Frank Sinatra

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