The vinyl reissue of Paul Weller’s Days of Speed is an inspired release, as it shows a vital new phase of his career with a live set that’s a sheer pleasure to rediscover.
Cold War Kids’ New Age Norms 3 takes some big swings and mostly lands with more of a good thing from an essential act in pop-rock.
Wesley Stace’s “Do Nothing If You Can” is a delightful sneak peek of his uncharacteristically jazzy new album, Late Style, releasing on 17 September.
Yola’s first album found an adoring audience in the Americana world. She’s expanded her repertoire on Stand For Myself as she gets ever more soulful.
Surrender is a concerted effort to remind listeners that above anything else, Diana Ross is a fabulous recording artist.
Gabe Dixon’s latest album, Lay It on Me, features the tasty traits of piano pop: catchy hooks, sentimental lyrics, and a personal voice, in the right balance.