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Hermit-like folksters plough some fertile fields of hazy soundscapes, occasionally unearthing a ‘proper’ song, for their debut album proper. Is it a good yield?
Once again Goat does what most bands wouldn’t dream of, releasing a live album with just a single LP under their belt. Good job it’s packed with scintillating Afro-flavoured post-punk, then.
A bumper catch of themed compilations trawl through Virgin’s eclectic, impressive past.
The embarassingly talented Texans bring their rock cojones to bear alongside technical multi-genre mastery at the friendly Shoreditch haunt.
Kathy Burke is happy to go on the record: she has nothing against nuns.
Fifties costumes out of time with revisted Greek tragedy
The Detroit rapper finds his form and his profane wit once more on this impressive eighth studio album.
The darlings of warm folk-rock somehow keep the show on the road despite the departure of their lead singer and songwriter.
A change in direction sees the Ashby-de-la-Zouch outfit go bold and brave, and pull it off.
Leftfield indie stalwarts pull another clutch of vibrant, accessible tunes from their bottomless creative sack.
Faccini evokes comparison to some of the best names in folk and alt-folk with this lean but poetic self-released LP.
The Grammy-winning songwriter and bassist to the stars indulges his jazz/classical upbringing with a misfiring solo debut.
The distinctive voice behind the 90s band the Lighthouse Family will be playing at the Jazz Café in Camden tonight.
A taste of Latin America will be on the menu in Wembley from tomorrow and a lucky Times reader can be a VIP guest at its launch.
Cave and Co proved their mettle as they turned in raucous, delicate and evocative songs by turns on the second night of their UK tour.
It’s been a long time coming... Is the feted mix’n’match duo’s latest worth the 10-year wait?
Austrian fuzz-guitar fiends mix narrative whimsy with angry rhetoric on this occasionally groovy record.
Looking after the family can often mean mums and dads are left doing all the little things that go unnoticed in the home.
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