The Unthanks confound this reviewer's expectations and produce the natural successor to Talk Talk's Spirit of Eden.
Local band The Grazing Saints turn in a debut of swamp-psyche-blues-rock bordering on greatness.
For all their efforts to sound like the noise of the future, Atari Teenage Riot just end up sounding like a dated noise.
In short it’s great. Not in a typical Manson, media-provoking comment-on-the-world kind of way, but in a decent album kind of way.
Decent debut from a local band that deserves our support.
Third EP from BSE Rock City's RABAD.
Promising stuff from another promising young band from Norwich
Ultimately, this album is written for their fans
Hard-hitting, high energy and thoroughly enjoyable
Following a brief hiatus, this is a triumphant return from Norwich's own Girl In A Thunderbolt.
Two discs, two distinctly different interpretations of the same set of songs.
Well crafted but uninspired and uninspiring Britpop pastiche.
More fascinating folktronica from Jon Hopkins
Intriguing stuff from a local chap
Hang on, this could get trippy.
A truly complex talent whose fame is already set to spread beyond our Norfolk borders.
It's still very much a Foo Fighters Rock Album
This is de-evolution in action
Their formula still sounds fresh
It’s more Country with a Capital C.
Music for pleasure? Not if Scott Walker has anything to do with it.
Almost lives up to the title. As enjoyable as it is pompous.
Pleasant enough, but unlikely to set the world on fire.
The good times don’t stop
It's just a shame that it misses the mark.
The meat dress-wearing popstrel returns with an album of classic duets with old school crooner Tony Bennett. Not your usual Gaga.
I was continuously surprised throughout all 43 minutes.
Not one bad track on this album.
Even Adams’ guitar lines manage to evoke something bittersweet.
Thirteen years after the release of Aphex Twin’s last album, Drukqs, Richard D James has returned with his much awaited album, Syro.
Won’t do much for the lonely goths of this world.
A complete contrast to any of their previous albums.
This cheeky monkey has given us this beauty of a record
Marmozets are definitely on my to-see list.
Not perfect but the Sad nearly hit the sweet spot on album four.
If all you’re after is more of the first album, you won’t be disappointed.
This is a good one.
It’s more of a “coming to terms” affair.
There's enough punk attitude in this album to, well, win a 'who's the most punk?' contest.