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Alt-J - 'This Is All Yours'

The electronic trio get playful and expansive on the follow-up to their Mercury Prize-winning debut

NME

Ryan Adams - 'Ryan Adams'

For album number 14, the singer turns to the rock sheen of his near namesake, Bryan

NME

Goat: Commune review thrillingly unconstrained

What intrigues about Goat is how they manage to impress and startle, rather than offend.

Michael Hann | The Guardian

Interview: Leonard Cohen's son Adam on his father's legacy and new album We Go Home

Bare feet slapping on the stone floor, holey vest hanging off his shoulders, old-time hat pushed back on his head, laid-back Adam Cohen is giving me a tour of the old man’s place.

Craig McLean | The Independent

Catfish and the Bottlemen Balcony

Readily described as a young garage rock band, Catfish and the Bottlemen bluster into their highly polished debut album The Balcony with many of the traits of a garage rock band primed and ready for the radio.

All Music | Scott Kerr

Catfish and the Bottlemen: The Balcony review self-assured, if dated

If its a nostalgia trip to 2004 you're after, then look no further than this Llandudno rock groups debut.

Harriet Gibsone | The Guardian

Cannibal Corpse A Skeletal Domain

Cannibal Corpse get right to the point on "High Velocity Impact Splatter," the opening cut on the venerable death metal outfit's 13th long player, the predictably vile and antagonistic, Metal Blade-issued A Skeletal Domain.

All Music | James Christopher Monger

Cannibal Corpse: A Skeletal Domain review their most absorbing record in years

Typified by a myopic relentlessness that cheerfully echoes the frenzied clawhammer blows to the skull favoured by the serial killers they so often bring to lyrical life, Cannibal Corpses 26-year reign at the top of the death-metal tree may have never...

Dom Lawson | The Guardian

CD: Goat – Commune

Goat are the Swedish psychedelic rock band that made themselves known to the world in 2012 with their sublime debut album, World Music.

Guy Oddy | The Artsdesk

Allah-Las Worship the Sun

L.A. garage psych revivalists the Allah-Las didn't mess around with their winning formula much on their second album, 2014's Worship the Sun.

All Music | Tim Sendra