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Hesitant Alien - Gerard Way

This is the debut solo album from the My Chemical Romance singer. It includes the tracks 'Action Cat' and 'Zero Zero'. The Guardian gave it three stars saying: " it’s a big step away from MCR’s post-hardcore rock anthems".


Elefest celebrates some of the best known but misunderstood parts of London and takes place in Elephant and Castle. Formed of a mixture of homegrown and international talent, Elefest has a varied programme of events meaning that there is guaranteed someth

You're Dead! - Flying Lotus

The incredible return of Flying Lotus on Warp. You're Dead! sees producer Steven Ellison taking us on a transcendental voyage into the afterlife. A wholly immersive, psychedelic journey, it's a virtuoso performance from one of the decade's most talented a

Everything Will Be Alright In The End - Weezer

This new album from Weezer includes the tracks 'Ain't Got Nobody' and 'Lonely Girl'.

Tomorrow's Modern Boxes - Thom Yorke

This follow up to 2006's 'The Eraser' was summed up by NME who said: "across repeat plays, the album’s charms begin to unfurl". The Guardian described it as "deviously understated".

Thom Yorke: Tomorrows Modern Boxes review Bobs disconsolately along in the soul-noir slipstream

Move along, nothing new to see here the distribution of the new album from Radioheads frontman is more interesting, sadly, than the music.

Jamie T - 'Carry On The Grudge'

After five years away, the Wimbledon singer is sucked into London's murky underworld on his enthralling third album.

Marianne Faithfull: Give my Love to London review a singular talent on fine form

Over five decades, Marianne Faithfull's recording career has always been somewhat overshadowed by her tempestuous personal life.

Gerard Way: Hesitant Alien review My Chemical Romance goes Britpop

“The whole thing largely feels like a British album,” Gerard Way said recently of this debut solo venture.

CD: Thom Yorke - Tomorrow's Modern Boxes

Thom Yorke’s second solo LP arrived unexpectedly this week via BitTorrent as a paid-for fileshare, a medium Yorke and producer Nigel Godrich hope to promote to empower artists to sell direct, without the need for a corporate hosting system.