TV on the Radio Seeds

Arriving three years after the mellow Nine Types of Light -- and the death of bassist Gerard Smith, who succumbed to lung cancer just days after the album's release -- Seeds has a palpable sense of moving on for TV on the Radio.

Bryan Ferry Avonmore

On the album art of Avonmore, the record he released when he was a year shy of 70, Bryan Ferry showcases himself as a dashing young man -- a portrait of an artist not as a glam trailblazer or distinguished elder statesman, but rather caught in an indeterm

Avonmore - Bryan Ferry

After his beguiling detour into "The Jazz Age" and a significant contribution to Bazz Luhrmann's hit film of "The Great Gatsby", Ferry returns to the present day with a compelling collection of eight brand new compositions and two intriguing covers. Jo

Bryan Ferry: Avonmore review former Roxy frontman heads back to the future

It's hard to imagine Bryan Ferry releasing an album that doesnt sound refined and elegant.

Bryan Ferry, Avonmore, review: 'the dark heart of failed love'

Ferry's fourteenth channels the pain of divorce into his classic liquid sound, says Neil McCormick.

CD: Bryan Ferry - Avonmore

If you glanced too hastily at the sleeve you might think Bryan Ferry had made another album called Avalon, that epitome of the sleek autumnal heyday of Roxy Music.

Foo Fighers Sonic Highways

Dave Grohl & co. harvest the eighth Foo Fighters LP via an all-star jaunt across America.

Super Deluxe Box Set - The Velvet Underground

This special edition box set features 65 tracks, including several remixes and many tracks that have previously been unreleased - making this a must have for fans.

The Velvet Underground Foggy Notion: hear an unreleased mix

Weve got a previously unreleased mix of this Velvet Underground classic for you have a listen and let us know what you think.

Behind the beat: Savages and Bo Ningen on how dadaism inspired Words to the Blind video

Savages and Bo Ningen discuss their collaboration Words to the Blind, a 37-minute 'simultaneous sonic poem' inspired by the dadaist movement of 1916.