Album Reviews

Haim – ‘Women In Music Pt. III’ review: experimental and emotionally charged album is their best yet

The Haim sisters' much-delayed third album is more than worth the wait

Bob Dylan – ‘Rough And Rowdy Ways’ review: arguably his grandest poetic statement yet

The master's first original album in eight years explores religion, war, music and civil rights

Lamb Of God – ‘Lamb Of God’ review: metal deities show no sign of letting their wrath subside

On album 10, the genre veterans go into battle with a host of heavy titans, laying waste to everything in their path

Jack Garratt – ‘Love, Death & Dancing’ review: chaotic and overloaded, but sincerity shines through

The former BBC Sound Of.. poll winner could do with learning that less is more

Jehnny Beth – ‘To Love Is To Live’ review: Savages singer’s solo debut pulses with power and sensitivity

The French punk traverses industrial rock and cinematic sounds to bare her soul like never before

RMR – ‘Drug Dealing Is A Lost Art’ EP review: enigmatic new star is more than a country rap novelty

The masked man's work is frequently stunning, but not quite as bold and brilliant as his viral hit 'Rascal'

Orlando Weeks – ‘A Quickening’ review: a musical rebirth from the former Maccabees frontman

This singer-songwriter pays tribute to parenthood with this hypnotic collection

DJ Boring – ‘Like Water’ EP review: challenging club tunes to cure dancefloor deprivation

The producer's first EP in two years is full of undeniable but unconventional bangers that veer between house, techno and trance

Liam Gallagher – ‘MTV Unplugged’ review: live record offers warmth, hope and a sense of unity

The frontman takes to Hull for intimate acoustic renditions of Oasis classics and new favourites

Coach Party – ‘Party Food’ EP review: A tasty feast of pop-grunge treats

A fully-formed debut EP sees the Isle Of Wight-ers set their attentions on the big league
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