The Californian garage king's T Rex covers album shows his melodic muscle
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club : Spread Your Love
...or, as it’s probably known in all the most disreputable bars round town, ‘Spread Your Bassline’...
A slutty strut of glitter-rock promise, not only does it flash its hormones with intent, it once again exposesBlack Rebel Motorcycle Club
’s effortless understanding of rock’n’roll dynamics. Even without its status as a gloriously inappropriate addition to the 'CD:UK' schedules - "Thanks, Will! And now here’s a song about paranoid, altered-states lust packed with dubious fire metaphors!" - it feels excitingly illicit, as if the world’s megastores should wrap it in brown paper for you before you walk out past the Liberty X window display.
Johnny Depp plays a monstrous Boston gangster in a disguise so unsettling you’ll struggle to recognise him
An EP dedicated to victims of the Paris attacks shows the Foos are on defiant form
The Radiohead guitarist explores traditional Indian music, with mostly impressive results
This London producer has worked with Madonna and is releasing his excellent debut as a sex toy