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Rag’n’Bone Man – ‘Life in Misadventure’ album review: heartless power-pop by numbers

The Uckfield singer's second album shoots for Nashville grit, but shies away from experimentation at every turn

Girl in Red – ‘If I Could Make It Go Quiet’ review: rabble-rousing indie-rock and slow-burning yearning

Lo-fi heartache makes way for widescreen ambition on the Norwegian artist's long-awaited debut album

How a new SOPHIE-produced EP honours the genius of the late pop polymath

The musician, producer and DJ died this year, leaving a unique legacy – evident in Basside's 'Fuck It Up'

The most outdated tech in music, from Britney’s emails to Pulp’s ‘Ansaphone’

These once-cutting-edge lyrics have aged about as well as an MSN status

Serpentwithfeet – ‘DEACON’ review: a meticulous excavation of heartbreak

Album two softens the more uneasy edges of the Baltimore artist's earlier releases and celebrates Black gay love

Ringo Starr – ‘Zoom In’ EP review: Beatle’s star-stuffed musical conference call

The eminently likeable drummer has gathered Macca, Dave Grohl, Sheryl Crow and more for a socially distanced knees-up

The Anchoress – ‘The Art of Losing’ review: visceral pain and comfort in sound

Skewering the messy, chaotic nature of grief in various forms, Catherine Anne Davis' second album holds a mirror up to loss

Tom Grennan – ‘Evering Road’ review: as nice but nondescript as the street it’s named after

The Bedford singer's soul-inspired second album finds him mostly the middle of the road

Hayley Williams – ‘Flowers for Vases / descansos’ review: the pensive prequel to ‘Petals For Armor’

The Paramore vocalist's new record see her trade the biting rage of her previous release for a more meditative sound