Pop

Into Colour - Rumer

"A cosy blend of sentimentality and sophistication" said the Telegraph about the third album from Rumer. It includes the songs 'Dangerous' and 'Play your guitar'.

Motion - Calvin Harris

2014 album from the Scottish superstar features Ellie Goulding, Gwen Stefani, Haim & Tinashe. "Harris is updating his EDM template rather than coming close to reimagining it" - Rolling Stone Magazine.

Broke with Expensive Taste - Azealia Banks

This is the debut album from the singer. The Guardian gave the album four stars saying: "It’s a contender for album of the year".

Rumer, Into Colour, review: 'a cosy blend of sentimentality and sophistication'

Rumer's long-awaited follow-up to her platinum-selling debut fails to disappoint, says Helen Brown.

FOUR - One Direction

The biggest UK breakout group of 2011, One Direction has taken the world by storm. Their first single “What Makes You Beautiful” became the fastest selling single of 2011 and entered the chart at #1 in both the UK and Ireland.This is the group's fourt

Soft - Dan Bodan

Featuring songs titled 'Good Time Summer' and 'Romeo', it's no wonder that The Skinny described the album as: "a series of caramel sweet mediations on matters of the heart".

Love and a Lamp-Post - Slice of Life

"A well-intentioned deviation, then, but crucially not a particularly diverting one" said the Skinny about this album which features the songs 'The Way Things Are' and 'The Home Coming'.

The Inevitable End - Royksopp

This is the second album to be released in six months by the duo, following on from the mini album 'Do it Again' which was released with Robyn. The latest release includes the songs 'Sordid Affair' and 'You Know I Have to Go'.

CD: Röyksopp - The Inevitable End

Röyksopp have mustered fantastic moments during their career, notably the awesome floor-filler ‘Eple’, one of pop’s most joyous, bouncy instrumentals.

Gospel truth

‘I’m starting to think that all of the world’s major problems can be solved with either oyster sauce or backing vocals.’