Immensely comforting - a witty and wise account of the rejuvenating effect of opening yourself up the the creativity of others.
Loved James Acaster's memoir / epic listicle that posits his theory that 2016 was the best year for music. His dry wit I expected, but was impressed by the real life stories of so many musicians the world over. Paints a striking picture of what it means to be a modern musician.
honest, unaffected, poignant - and, yes, entertaining