The circumstances of productive boredom and limited horizons that gave him his vocation have gone, and will not return.
The Smith's star reveals little of his shared past with Morrissey in this enjoyable book which charts his later career.
Simon Reynolds’s reassessment of glam, Shock and Awe, takes us back to an era that feels eerily familiar.
New comedy Damned reveals the dark humour of working in the front lines of healthcare.
Watching the band at The Roundhouse, it was easy to see why Radiohead are still so successful 25 years into their career.
Porcelain: a Memoir swerves around the tired tropes of most rock stories in a joyfully honest look at his life in the 1990s.
As the star of trashy but impossible-to-ignore The Word, Christian has almost become a symbol of the 1990s. Now, he says, he'd fire himself if he was his own boss.
The X-Files was a tour of the American subconscious and the most idealistic show of its time. Mulder and Scully are now returning to our screens – but how will their stories work today?
Michael Moorcock revolutionised science fiction with symbolism, sex and psychoactive drugs. Now, at 75, he has invented another genre.
Far from being a benighted practice from popular fiction – the sort of thing that you might find in an H Rider Haggard novel – it turns out that beheadings went hand in hand with western empires.