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King Creosote - 'From Scotland With Love'

Scottish folk musician follows Jon Hopkins collaboration with more traditional songs.

La Roux - 'Trouble in Paradise'

Going solo leaves Elly Jackson free to indulge in lush neo-disco-laced with anxiety.

King Creosote - 'From Scotland With Love'

Scottish folk musician follows Jon Hopkins collaboration with more traditional songs

La Roux - 'Trouble In Paradise'

Going solo leaves Elly Jackson free to indulge in lush neo-disco - laced with anxiety.

Anand Wilder & Maxwell Kardon - 'Break Line'

Yeasayer vocalist Anand Wilder and friends birth bizarrely brillant modern rock opera.

Slow Club - 'Complete Surrender'

The Sheffield pair add soul, strings and brass for a shot at the big time.

Woman's Hour - 'Conversations'

Fans of dreamy, soulful indie-pop should tune in to the Cumbrians' captivatingly delicate debut.

Morrissey - 'World Peace Is None Of Your Business'

Moz puts his unique spin on beat poets, political revolt and gender stereostypes in an LP full of gorgeous musical flourishes.

Remember Remember - 'Forgetting The Present'

Glaswegians' third album strikes a richer and denser blow.

Example - 'Live Life Living'

Elliot Gleave forges into new areas but still overdoes the bland bangers.