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Pulsars e Quasars - Arp

Alexis Georgopoulos aka Arp has always approached recordings with a conceptual bent. Imbued with an expansive sense of music history, having written for i-D, V, ANP Quarterly, BOMB, Fader, and Vice " he has a penchant for doing the unexpected and refusing

Cheek to Cheek

Lady Gaga's classical training has always been key to her origin story, so this album with 88-year-old crooner Tony Bennett is no big surprise.

Syro

Richard D. James has been so far ahead of his time for so long that comebacks are clearly no big thing.

Too Bright

"Queen," the anthemic single released earlier this year by Mike Hadreas (a.k.a. Perfume Genius), is one of the most compelling songs the Seattle indie-pop artist has written.

Aphex Twin – Syro

When Richard D James last unveiled an album under his Aphex Twin moniker, it was in October 2001, with the world reeling from the September 11 terrorist attacks.

EXCLUSIVE: Real talk from The Script’s Danny O’Donoghue ‘You don’t have to be an a***hole to be a star’

Currently number one in the album chart with new record No Sound Without Silence, and an arena tour just announced: it’s a great time right now for Irish band The Script, but it hasn’t always been that way.

Carry On The Grudge - Jamie T.

Jamie Alexander Treays (born 8 January 1986), known by his stage name Jamie T, is a 25-year-old English singer/songwriter from Wimbledon, South London. He attended The Hall School Wimbledon and then Reed's School in Cobham, Surrey, England until he was 16

Leonard Cohen, Popular Problems, review: 'a masterpiece'

Leonard Cohen has created a masterpiece at the age of 80, says Neil McCormick.

Cheek to Cheek - Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett

This album showcases the talents of two extraordinary singers with the Guardian saying: "there are no radical reboots, just two accomplished vocalists having fun". It includes the songs 'Anything Goes' and 'Let's Face the Music and Dance'. Rolling

Cassette Store Day Back To TDK90 The Hell Out Of Your Weekend

Following the success of last year’s event, Cassette Store Day is back this Saturday, 27 September to remind us of those gloriously unprophetic claims from a few decades ago that home taping would kill music.