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Rustie: Green Language review brilliantly varied, futuristic electronica

Glaswegian producer Russell "Rustie" Whyte has firmly staked his place in the maximalist electronic music world.

Ariana Grande: My Everything review faceless, generic bangerdom

On her 2013 debut album, Yours Truly, teen-actor-turned-pop-starlet Ariana Grande established a unique, nostalgia-based beachhead, interweaving 90s R&B and 1960s girl groups.

Junto - Basement Jaxx

This is the first album from the duo in four years. It includes the tracks 'Power to the People' and 'Never Say Never'. The Guardian was pleased with the album saying: "it's still a welcome surprise to hear them sounding fresh and invigorated on their

Endless Days Crystal Sky - By the Sea

When reviewing this latest album from By the Sea, NME felt that it: "enriches their city's canon of melodic guitar pop". It includes tracks such as 'Endless Days' and 'Wild September'.

Kimbra on The Golden Echo: 'we're making a piece of history here'

The singer is losing her Kiwi accent but not her dreamy ambition, rewriting Greek myth for her new album and recruiting John Legend via Twitter to sing on it.

Yes! Jason Mraz

"Fall out of bed and catch a fading star/Fancy I woke up before my alarm," Jason Mraz sings over bouncy strumming on "Hello, You Beautiful Thing."

Yes! - Jason Mraz

This is the Grammy- Award winning artist's fifth album and includes the tracks 'Best Friend' and 'A World With You'. Rolling Stone called it: "an acoustic set full of bright, clean folk pop delivered with yoga-bro positivity".

Taylor Swift reveals new single Shake It Off music video and teases new album 1989 – exciting

She has been dropping hints like crazy, but now it’s official – Taylor Swift is back with not only a new single and music video, but her fifth album is on the way.

1989 - Taylor Swift

This is the fifth album from the singer and is preceded by the new single 'Shake it Off'.

Kate Bush doesn’t want you to take photos at her forthcoming shows

Going to see Kate Bush? Then you might want to consider leaving your camera at home for the night.