Dustin O Halloran - Lumiere.
Syd Matters - Brotheroceon.
Bikini Test Failure - Fleecing The Easily Pleased.
Ben Ottewell - Shapes and Shadows.
VersaEmerge – Fixed At Zero
The Phoenix Foundation - Buffalo
Fujiya & Miyagi - Ventriloquizzing.
Karl Phillips & The Midnight Ramblers with their eponymous album.
Ensemble - Excerpts.
She & Him return with 'Volume 3'.
Overall this album screams ‘THE GOOD MUSIC IS BACK!’ - Freja reviews the new Dinosaur Pile-Up album
VdP celebrates his 70th birthday in some (not entirely convincing) style.
Mark Lanegan reaches maturity
Pop doesn't get quirkier than Screaming Maldini's debut album.
Dr Scardo takes no prisoners when it comes to politics.
'Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor' sounds like some random, tripped-out 1960's vinyl.
Can Rudimental's debut album, 'Home', live up to the previous hit singles the band has produced?
"It feels a tiny bit like a drunk person ruining a beautiful poem..."
Kieren's copy of Team Ghost's debut album may well be haunted...
PSB inform, educate and, above all, entertain.
The Neighbourhood - I Love You
Disjointed drums, the odd few bars of a sweet violin tune, a smooth jazz bassline or echoey electric guitar, it's constantly evolving.
Weird folk pop. Promises much but let down in places by weak vocals.
Dumb but fun punky, garage rock 'n' roll from the truncated Bromheads Jacket.
Hadouken are back with their newest offering, Every Weekend.
Post-rock soundrack to a French TV series stands alone as a classic album
It’s a visceral blast; a great snap and tear from a wolf’s jaw – raw, and bloody, and inciting overwhelming emotion.
Lizz reviews the latest from Deptford Goth - 'Life After Defo'
The dynamic range of this record is fantastic, too, veering from extremely delicate sections to loud, impassioned choruses
Phantom Band vocalist goes solo to great effect.
Fionn Regan - The Bunkhouse Vol 1 Anchor Black Tattoo
This is an even sheet of dream pop; let it drift over you as you dirft away.
One for the Sonic Youth aficianado rather than for the newcomer.
The Blackout's newest offering to the ever growing British rock scene, Start The Party completely reflects their energetic, fun-filled shows
Their newest album, 'A Map Of All Our Failures', is typical of the Yorkshire group's material - solemn, epic and heavily layered - a perfect example of what 'doom metal' should be.
This isn’t an album for folk lovers, this is an album for music lovers and not only deserves but manages to command your full attention when listening to it.
This is by no means a bad record, the stark melancholy of some of the tracks is really quite beautiful...
"‘All our Favourite Stories’ is nothing Mumford and Sons, Arcade Fire, Noah and the Whale and Alt-J haven’t conquered before."
Pavlis ascends but doesn't bend with GY!BE.
The Unthanks sing songs from the shipyards