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Asaf Avidan and the Mojos (2010)

The Reckoning
Ambitous and epically presnted album from startlingly imaginative Israeli group, Asaf Avidan and the Mojos

Bob Dylan (2016)

Fallen Angels
Fabulous thirty-seventh album from Bob Dylan, which is his second album in succession to cover songs from the 1940s and 1950s originally recorded by Frank Sinatra

Bob Dylan (2004)

Live 1964 : Concert At Philharmonic Hall
Historically important recording of 1964 concert, which finds the young Bob Dylan on the point of change and sees him both looking back to his folk-purist past as well as well as to the future

Bruce Springsteen (2010)

The Promise
Excellent and frequently surprising collection of previously unreleased material from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, recorded in 1978 at the time of his classic 'Darkness on the Edge of Town' album

Calvin Harris (2007)

Acceptable in the 80's
Home made dance music from live DJ Calvin Harris with a strong emphasis on fun

Coheed and Cambria (2008)

No World for Tomorrow
Cliched and eventually tedious fourth album from emo act Coheed and Cambria who have dedicated each of their albums to a massive space-opera

Daft Punk (2013)

Random Access Memories
Manic but brilliant first album in over eight years from French electronic duo, Daft Punk

David Bowie (2013)

Where Are We Now?
Strong, but over-hyped first single in a decade from David Bowie

First Aid Kit (2022)

Upbeat and resilient combination of 60's country soul and contempoary Swedish pop in first album in five years from Swedish sibling duo First Aid KIt

First Aid Kit (2021)

Who By Fire
Excellent tribute album to Leonard Cohen recorded live over two nights at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm by sibling duo First Aid Kit

Gary Kemp (2021)

Impressive 70's rock influenced first solo album in twenty-six years from Spandau Ballet guitarist and songwriter Gary Kemp

Johnny Cash (2012)

Bootleg Vol 1V: The Soul of Truth
Powerful collection of country gospel rarities from the late Johnny Cash, which focuses on his religious faith

Kasabian (2011)

Surprising fourth album from Kasabian which finds them moving away from their guitar rock roots and influenced by the sounds of the Beatles and the Beach Boys

Leonard Cohen (2004)

Dear Heather
Immaculate eleventh album from the legendary Leonard Cohen, which mainly a collection of beautiful duets sung with co-ingers Anjani Thomas and Sharon Robinson

Leonard Cohen (2012)

Old Ideas
Effective twelfth studio album and first release in eight years for Leonard Cohen.

Manchester Orchestra (2007)

I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child
Technically impressive and emotionally mature first album from incredibly exciting and also young Georgia-based band the Manchester Orchestra who have a dark edged sugar coating

Manchester Orchestra (2009)

Shake It Out
Excellent latest single from Atlanta-based band Manchester Orchestra, who seem destined for major success

Maneskin (2023)

Fiery third album and their first sung manly in English from Italian rock group Maneskin, who were unlikely winners of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021

Maneskin (2023)

Rush! (Are U Coming?)
Enigmatic but appealing mix of angst alt-pop rock, with new songs sung in English, on updated version of 2023 album from Italian group Maneskin

Maria Mena (2010)

Cause and Effect
Confessional and heart-rending fifth album from Norwegian singer-songwriter, Maria Mena

MGMT (2008)

Latest single from bestselling New York-based duo MGMT, which has a strong 1980's dance sound

Miles Kane (2013)

Don't Forget Who You Are
Fine second solo album from Miles Kane, upon which he has co-written songs with Paul Weller, Andy Partridge, Ian Broudie and Guy Chambers

Offspring (2008)

Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
Disappointing, lacking-in-spark latest album from bestselling punk pop rockers, the Offspring

Primal Scream (2007)

Sometimes I Feel So Lonely/Gamblin' Bar Room Blues
New 7' vinyl only 70's country-influenced single from Primal Scream

Raveonettes (2005)

Pretty In Black
First rate combination of 50's rock 'n' roll and Jesus and Mary Chain discordance from the Raveonettes, back with a third album

Raveonettes (2005)

Ode To La
First single from their new third album from Denmark's much acclaimed the Raveonettes, which finds frontwoman Sharin Foo sharing joint vocals with original girl's group survivor, Ronnie Spector

Ray LaMontagne (2020)

Fine, understated acoustic album from acclaimed New England singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne

Tom Odell (2021)

Frank but uplifting pop on new album from Chichester-born singer-songwriter Tom Odell written as he recuperated from alcohol problems

Vaccines (2011)

What Did You Expect From the Vaccines?
Engaging first album from much hyped London-based indie rockers and band of the moment, the Vaccines

Vampire Weekend (2024)

Only God Was Above Us
Innovative and existential fifth album from acclaimed New York group Vampire Weekend



Bill Withers Bill Withers - Bill Withers

Jon Rogers is impressed by 'The Complete Sussex and Columbia Album Masters', a new nine CD box set from soul giant Bill Withers

Todd Rundgren 1 Todd Rundgren - Todd Rundgren 1

Todd Rundgren recently spent a week at Columbia College in Chicago working with its music students both at a recording session and also on preparing for a show. In the first part of a two part profile Lisa Torem sits in on the recording session...


Profile Ataris - Profile

Punk band the Ataris have recently signed to major label Columbia. Ben Howarth evaluates their three previous albums, and examines 'So Long, Astoria', their new record and greatest achievement to date

Whip It On Raveonettes - Whip It On

After profiling the original version of the Raveonettes 'Whip it On' last month which came out on Crunchy Frog , Anthony Strutt now looks at the new version of the album which has been released on Columbia, and concludes that it is even better

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