Rock & Pop
Two musical heavyweights follow up their debut with a collection of deeper cuts.
"If I rest, I break and resist, would it be better for you?" asks singer Fiona Jane Burgess on album opener Unbroken Sequence.
The much talked-about Kendal/London four-piece's debut is a meticulous affair with neat programming, guitars and bass forming the backdrop to Fiona Burgess's vocals, its roots bedded in MOR pop turf (think Sade, Dido even).
Have a listen to the 13th album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and let us know what you thinkNext week sees the release of the 13th album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Hypnotic Eye sees the band return to a crunchier, rockier sound after the...
Wanting to do justice to Dylan and be true to the spirit in which the lyrics were originally written, Burnett got together with musicians including Elvis Costello and Marcus Mumford to produce a new albumLast autumn, I received a message from Bob Dylan...
King Creosote's latest is an intimate study of Scotland full of gorgeous melodies, says Neil McCormick.