Elidor bows out (temporarily, we’re assured) with some of its best-ever pieces. An essay on the Skitz album, Countryman, which has been getting heavy and well-deserved net buzz; a review of Eve’s Scorpion doubling as frenzied personal writing; and a very useful piece explaining the relevance of the BBC Radiophonic Workship to today’s forward-thinking pop music. All accessible from the link above. Good luck with the new site, Robin.