Mark E Smith, the rigid enemy of all, brings LP 31.
Grime elder statesman forsakes throwaway pop for righteous rap fury on sixth album.
Fourth LP from the Winchester-born, Guy Garvey and Sharon Van Etten-approved songwriter.
Much anticipated album debut from Reggae Revival’s leading light.
A tortured soul exorcises his demons against a countrypolitan sound.
Stereo remix and avalanche of extras in variously expensive configurations. Plus! Free bone of contention!
British sonic traveller journeys to new worlds on ninth album. Neu!, Hawkwind, Sandy Denny and World Of Twist hop aboard.
The queen of Wassoulou soul has got a (slightly) brand new bag.
Fourth studio album from Berkshire shoegazers, just 22 years after the last one.
Enjoy An Audience With… Sleafords’ vocalist Jason Williamson: among the Talking Shop stage’s treats this August.
Compton rap storyteller’s tightly wound fourth LP; with Bono in tow.
Examining the human condition in the 21st Century, matching it to beautiful melodies.
Micro-politics from the master observer on her ninth solo studio album.
If anyone asks how important Chuck Berry was, and is, play them these clips.
Fourteenth studio album sees the Mode turn dark and angry.
Perennial British folk torch-bearer and Wainwright père augment rich Cambridge Folk Festival bill of roots-facing music.
Riff Raff bandleader Alynda Segarra reconnects with her Puerto Rican roots.