The Archdrude unearths his inner sot.
Wandsworth trio’s third album retains the darkness while letting in more light.
Exile on Straight Street with Weller, Albarn, Holter et al, on tour in Europe in June.
Second purely solo album by The Libertines’ loose cannon finds him finally feeling mortal.
A Christmas gift from The KT Fellowship: 2014’s historic stage return on 2-CD or 4-LP.
Unexpected last will and testimony from estranged New York rap legends.
Storied Chicago rapper re-invokes the power of protest to mirror troubled times.
Modern-day cosmic rock from Canterbury band of brothers.
Van achieves a state of grace on gently glowing new album.
Further bleak glamour and shadowy undertow from the LA quartet.
The quiet man of Brit-folk’s third album proper.
Jack White unplugged: 18 classic tracks, seven “acoustic mixes” and one unheard White Stripes gem from rock’s premier former upholsterer.
Enigmatic New Orleans soul savant breaks four-year silence with two new albums.
Prolific garage-psych godhead John Dwyer delivers his best trip yet.
A decade on, the once-unlikely reunion of Mascis and Barlow is delivering some of their finest music yet.
Four years after making his assured album debut, a young north Londoner fulfils more of that depthless promise.
A Brummie soul sensation in fine feather on second album.