Staying at home and navigating these strange times : Home of the Strange by Young the Giant
Electropop is the new cool : Wild Things by Ladyhawke
Hollering but not scary : 1000 Forms of Fear by Sia
No sleep required : After the disco by Broken Bells
A welcome return? : Back To Forever by Lissie
A stealthy assault on our ears : Vows by Kimbra
You will know more about Kimbra than you realised!
Rock, pop and waggle : Ready For Love by Dance Yourself To Death
Don’t die, just enjoy!
Lots of disasters! But what about the album? : Various Small Fires by Paris Wells
Various Small Fires, but what’s the connection?
I think it’s time to party : In The Air by Morgan Page
Something for those sunny (or not in the UK), summer afternoons
True Loves by Hooray for Earth
Is this the musical equivalent of the Hunger Games?
Time to join a band on a continuing journey : Port of Morrow by The Shins
Can an album make a trip on the Tube enjoyable? Maybe…
An Englishman listening to a Canadian sing about Russia : Siberia by Lights
Beats that skitter & thwack, retro electronics fire like decomposing lasers & analog synths
The clocks go forward and the brighter days begin : In Light by the Givers
Some Californian guitar jangling but with something a little different
Returning from a long trip : Out of Frequency by The Asteroids Galaxy Tour
Some tunes to dust of the winter and warm you up for the summer.
Big brother shows them how it’s done : Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Has Noel finally been able to make the music we all want? Find out inside!
The journey continues : On Beyond by Muchuu (夢中)
Brother and Sister graduate.
A breath of fresh air : Seven Rainbows by Alice Gold
At last, a soul in a sea of manufactured pop-junk
Join the family : Torches by Foster the People
Something different that stands out from the crowd
An emerging star, wanting to be reborn : Memoirs by Rox
A promising start but are we seeing the true potential?
Maltese names bring British Electro sound : Fenech-Soler by Fenech-Soler
Don’t believe everything you read : The Constant by I Blame Coco
Never judge a book by it’s cover… especially when someone else wrote it.
A little bit of everything : Passive Me, Aggressive You by The Naked and Famous
A little bit of everything from some new friends from New Zealand
Back to the Future : Saved by Tinashé
Zimbabwe sends us an up and coming star
The formula works, but… : Science and Faith by The Script
It’s not that this is a bad album, it’s just the material that’s all wrong
A knock out blow : Champ by Toyko Police Club
Summer comes early thanks to some friends in Canada
Introducing : The Go! Team
Get ready for a huge boost of fun!
Love tunes in the key of X : XX by the XX
Melancholic base tickles from a London 3 piece.
Antipodean sunshine to blow away the rain : We Are Born by Sia
A progressive approach to 2011
Post festive party season come down : Believe by Morgan Page
Kicking off the year with some laid back dreams