Paul Rodgers: Live in Concert - Royal Albert Hall

This one-off show sees the singer present songs from his latest album The Royal Sessions as well as his most popular tracks. The new record is a mix of blues, R&B and soul songs that inspired Rodgers as a young singer.

Ariel Pink – pom pom

This double album magnum opus from the one-time king of lo-fi haunted graffiti is essentially an Ariel Pink best-of, albeit with an entirely new batch of songs.

The Wharves – At Bay

Despite their London postcode, there’s an aching for space in The Wharves’ neatly put together vocal harmonies and muddy guitar chug.

Axes – Glory

After years of wallowing in textured slow-builds and delicate sparseness, when exactly did post-rock gain muscles and shed its attention span?

The Flaming Lips – With a Little Help From My Fwends

Here's one you genuinely couldn’t make up: The Flaming Lips bash out their own bonkers take on Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band with a little help from a starry, decidedly eclectic supporting cast that includes Moby, J Mascis, Tegan and Sara, Mayna

Simple Minds - Big Music: Exclusive album stream

Have a listen to Simple Minds first album in five years and let us know your thoughts!

Rock & Roll Time - Jerry Lee Lewis

This latest album from the singer sees him covering songs by the likes of Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan. The Telegraph gave the album four stars saying: "Lewis performs like a man whose priorities may have shifted yet whose immersion in music remains all cons

Jerry Lee Lewis, Rock & Roll Time, review: 'oozes old-timer class'

At 79 years old, the veteran lends an air of oak-aged country depth on his latest record says Neil McCormick

Yusuf: Tell Em Im Gone review still the Cat with the cream

Much of the excitement around the release of the erstwhile Cat Stevenss third album since his 2006 comeback has centred around the role of producer Rick Rubin, renowned as he is for giving a contemporary sheen to third-age actsincluding Johnny Cash, Neil

Yusuf, Tell 'Em I'm Gone, review: 'understated'

Cat Stevens's latest record as Yusuf Islam can be a little underwhelming but has its heart in the right place, says Neil McCormick.