At Bay - The Wharves

This is the debut album from the group. Their music is a blend of psyche-rock and folk. The album includes the songs 'Left, Right and Centre' and 'Keep on'. The Skinny gave it three stars feeling that: "they don’t quite explore enough to warrant the

Glory - Axes

This second album from the group includes the songs 'Real Talk' and 'Your Two'. The Skinny felt that the album is as: "thrilling as it is exhausting".

Pink Floyd, Endless River, review: 'makes your speakers feel inadequate'

The influential band's final album, cut from 1993 Division Bell sessions, will make you feel nostalgic, says Helen Brown.

Neil Young, Storytone, review: 'delivered with a tender heart'

Album number 35 from the renowned singer-songwriter shows his soppier side, says Helen Brown.

A Thing Brand New - Stanley Odd

" A Thing Brand New is a confident step forward despite its MC's aversion to swagger" said The Skinny about this third album from the group. The album features songs such as 'Get Back in the Basement' and 'Who am I?'.

The Dawn - The Wands

The Skinny summed the album up by saying: "Danish wise guys who know the difference between drone and droning on." It includes the songs 'Sound of the Machines' and 'War'.

Black Metal - Dean Blunt

This is the second album from the Londoner. It includes the tracks 'Molly & Aquafina' and 'Country'. The Guardian described it as "perverse, beguiling – creeps up on you and doesn’t let go".

With A Little Help From My Fwends - The Flaming Lips

The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends just may be the Lips' most adventurous recorded experience to date. The album sees the Lips embracing vocal and musical assistance from such disparate playmates as Yoko Ono, Nick Cave, Erykah Badu, Bon Iver, KeUSDha and m

Xen- Arca

Xen is the latest in a line of uncompromising, forward-thinking releases from the 24 year old Venezuelan artist - aka Alejandro Ghersi - who first started turning heads with his Baron Libre, Stretch 1 and Stretch 2 EPs in 2012, before further wowing with

CD: Damien Rice – My Favourite Faded Fantasy

Damien Rice released his last album in 2006, but it doesn’t take long, listening to the lyrics of his latest, to work out what he’s been doing in the meantime: feeling very, very sorry for himself.