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Zena Greig reflects on the career of Sinead O: Connor, who died aged 56 in July.
Kate Daisy Grant
Zena Grieg examines a new song and video from Jack Bruce's daughter Aruba Red, which reflects on her own journey and battle with depression.
Zena Grieg previews vocalist/composer Kate Daisy Grant's new album which explores world lullabies.
Zena Grieg profiles this year's Glasgow Summer Sessions which will take place in Bellahouston Park in Glasgow between the 16th and 25th August.
Zena Grieg profiles this year’s Boomtown Festival which will include sets from Lauryn Hill, Prophets of Rage, the Streets, UB40 and Gogol Bordello.
Zena Greig reflects upon Irish pop/rock outfit The Cranberries third album ‘To the Faithful Departed’, which has just been re-released in a deluxe edition.
Zena Greig enjoys Oasis' new double live CD which captures the two infamous sell-out concerts they played at Knebwoth in 1996.
In our 'Re: View' section, in which our writers look back at albums from the past, Zena Greig reflects on Garbage's 2001 third album 'Beautiful Garbage', which is being released in a remastered, expanded version.
Eclectic, reflective and passionate second album from Montana singer-songwriter Amanda Stewart which stands up to repeated listening
Infectious and panoramic combination of samba, jazz and bossa nova, sung in both English and Portuguese, from Baiana, the project of Liverpool musician Laura Doyle
Vibrant combination of rock and pop on fourth album rom glam-influenced Derby band The Struts
Versatile and reflective third solo album from Guns N’Roses founder member and bass player Duff McKagan
Atmospheric and reflective solo debut album from classically trained violinist and singer-songwriter Holly Humberstone
Refreshing and acerbically witty second album and coming-of-age record from rising star, Olivia Rodrigo
Intimate and sophisticated. jazz-influenced third album from singer-songwriter. musician and actor and Jools Holland collaborator Rebecca Poole
Impressive first album of original material in almost 25 years from ex-Free, Bad Company and Queen vocalist Paul Rodgers
Stylish blend of blend of contemporary jazz and pop on second album from classically-trained Icelandic-Chinese singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Laufey
Stripped back EP comprising of songs written and recorded during a charity trip across Canada from country music singer Tenille Townes
Sensitive and engrossing tribute to her late father and bossa nova innovator Joao from acclaimed singer-songwriter Bebel Gilberto
Entertaining and uplifting combination of electropop and funk New York singer-songwriter and actor and LGBTQ+ activist Idina Menzel
Upbeat but cathartic third album from Brit Award- nominated singer-songwriter Anne-Marie
Appealing mix of traditional and contemporary country.on debut album from Texan singer-songwriter Jenna Paulette
Accomplished combination of catchy electronics and punky pop on second album from West Sussex singer-songwriter Maisie Peters
Kaleidoscopic and evocative new album from Cinder Well, the project of Los Angeles experimental folk artist Amelia Baker
Upbeat and appealing new album from Brit Award=nominated soul singer-songwriter Tom Drennan
Raunchy but inventive fourth album from American singer and actor Janelle Monae
Attention-demanding and experimental mix of moody rock, pop, post-punk and trip-hop on third album from elusive London-based trio bar italia
Dreamy and evocative latest album form 2021 Mercury Prize winner Arlo Parks
Colourful and theatrical synth-pop on debut solo album from Alison Goldfrapp, the frontwoman of successful electronic duo Goldfrapp
Eclectic and powerful latest album from engaging Nashville singer-songwriter Helene Cronin
Operatic electro-pop on impressive debut album from Huge Shark, the project of enigmatic Californian singer-songwriter Valerie Polichar
Melancholic but ultimately hopeful folk-pop on third solo album from North Carolina singer-songwriter H.C. McEntire
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