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We Go Home - Adam Cohen

This latest album from the son of Leonard Cohen includes the songs 'Song of Me and You' and 'Put Your Bags Down'. For Folks Sake said: "Every track on We Go Home contains an intimate atmosphere and seems to have an almost anthemic quality".

The Breaks - Martin Carr

The Skinny described this album as: "a modest but heartfelt work". It includes tracks such as 'Mainstream' and 'Senseless Apprentice' .

Skeleton Soul - Cowbell

Formed of Jack Sandham and Wednesday Lyle, Cowbell release their follow up album to 'Beat Stampede'. Features tracks such as 'Shake the Blues' and 'Heavy on My Mind'.

U2 - 'Songs Of Innocence'

The Irish titans take a serious mis-step that might win a week's worth of good publicity, but could foreshadow a year's worth of bad.

Dorian Concept – Joined Ends

It's been a five year wait for a new full-length album by gifted Austrian producer Dorian Concept. He's released some club-oriented, delightfully skewed beats along the way, not least the sublime 2011 EP Her Tears Taste Like Pears. He's performed with the

V for Vaselines - The Vaselines

This brand new album from the duo includes the tracks 'High Tide Low Tide' and 'Crazy Lady'. The Skinny described it as: "An album as edgy as a boiled egg, but as warmly comforting as your favourite shaggy jumper".

Robert Plant: 'The first Led Zeppelin practice you couldn't walk away' classic interview

As the former Led Zeppelin frontman releases his new solo album to rapturous reviews, we look back at Richard Williamss interview with the then 22-year-old singer, originally published in Melody Maker and resurrected by Rocks Backpages.

Cowbell – Skeleton Soul

Seems every generation gets its own set of legislated-nostalgics who wish rock’n’roll would just get back to basics.

Martin Carr – The Breaks

Two decades since the UK alt scene was trampled by the bovver boots of Britpop, fondness for the era grows apace.

Robert Plant / Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters Lullaby And... The Ceaseless Roar

Returning to his native England after an extended sojourn in America, Robert Plant heavily reconnects with his homeland's mysticism on 2014's lullaby and... The Ceaseless Roar.