- There’s Sinatra swing to Lambchop’s latest, but it’s a twisted take on a new style.
reviewed by Tom Hocknell
- Young Portland tunesmith gets the social network bug.
reviewed by Rob Hughes
- Big old heaps of bombast litter album two from the grizzled Southampton rockers.
reviewed by Ben Hewitt
- Album nine from the Nottingham avant-pop outfit is as unconventional as ever.
reviewed by Mischa Pearlman
- One of Jurado’s strongest albums in an encouraging line of strong albums.
reviewed by Daniel Ross
- The birth of something wonderful yet terrifying, and mandatory listening.
reviewed by Alex Deller
- An elegant, fastidiously constructed album from the Bristol composer.
reviewed by David Sheppard
- The Bristol-based band reveals hidden contours of genre-free music with fantastic results.
reviewed by Colin Irwin
- Stunning third album from maudlin Pennsylvania punks.
reviewed by Alistair Lawrence
- Music from a bleakly beautiful twilight zone entirely of its own design.
reviewed by Martin Aston
- A fascinating study of one band's evolution over its first five albums.
reviewed by Matthew Horton
- A loud and brazen bevy of tracks that will repel as many listeners as it attracts.
reviewed by Jaspreet Pandohar
- Nanci Griffith: still hard to resist, still a conundrum.
reviewed by Ninian Dunnett
- The Brooklyn duo mix loud and quiet elements in a most compelling fashion.
reviewed by Chris Beanland
- After a diversion into rock territories, this finds Fleming back where she belongs.
reviewed by Charlotte Gardner