Satch picks up where Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards left off and noticeably improves with his latest instrumental collection.
After a few blasts of bruising blues-rock, Danny Bryant showcases his tender soul on Hurricane
One minute he’s too country, the next he’s too modern: can Brad Paisley possibly please everyone on his dynamic 9th album?
Clapton ditches studio glitz and embraces a more naturalistic approach on his 20th solo LP.
Orianthi heads to Nashville and teams up with Dave Stewart on Heaven In This Hell in the hope of reshaping and reclaiming her image.
After lending his considerable talents to The Cribs and Modest Mouse, Johnny Marr is ready to release his solo debut proper.
Foals might have graduated from hype band to indie stalwarts, but “Inhaler” has the world waiting on tenterhooks – can Holy Fire finally propel the band to superstardom?
BFMV are the epitome of a commercially successful modern metal band, but they’ve yet to win over the genre’s diehards – could Temper Temper deliver both sales and begrudging acceptance?
Lukather unleashes an assault on broken political promises and modern culture on his 7th solo LP
Biffy Clyro have conquered the charts and the arenas in recent years, now they take a stab at immortality with their very own double album