REVIEW: Wellington's Ahoribuzz have produced one of the best Kiwi releases of the year
REVIEW: A strong set of songs offset the predictable radio-friendly sound of Avalanche City
REVIEW: Paper Towns' soundtrack well worth a listen
REVIEW: Nil Frahm has produced a haunting soundtrack for festival film Victoria.
REVIEW: Hunters & Collectors' Mark Seymour hasn't lost his knack for a good hook.
REVIEW: Beau Monga's debut album a pleasant surprise
Gin Wigmore's new sound
REVIEW: Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman's new solo album.
REVIEW: X Factor winner Beau Monga is surprisingly good on his album debut.
REVIEW: The Who's rock opera Tommy is turned into a bluegrass opry.
REVIEW: Gin Wigmore's third studio album will get under your skin.
REVIEW: Leon Bridges has kept his credibility with his new album.
REVIEW: James Taylor's first No 1 album in his homeland is a mixed bag.
A weekly round-up of the latest CD releases.
REVIEW: Bic Runga's request to work with Tiny Ruins was a smart move when the results were seen live in Wellington.
Album review: Dawes, All your favourite bands
REVIEW: The man behind single Want to Want Me can be wanting on new album
REVIEW: John Mayall Bluesbreakers album Live In 1967 is sourced from mono recordings done by a Dutch fan.
REVIEW: Britain's Kitty, Daisy & Lewis rope in The Clash's Mick Jones to produce their third album.
REVIEW: No-one is safe on Neil Young's polemical new album The Monsanto Years
A weekly round-up of CD reviews from the Sunday Star-Times
REVIEW: The Original High a new low for Adam Lambert
REVIEW: The Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers second solo album.
REVIEW: The Fifth Dimension's first four albums have been re-released on CD.
REVIEW: Muse's new album Drones is big on concept and sound.
REVIEW: Richard Thompson's new album Still shows that he's still got it.
REVIEW: New Zealand-born R&B singer-songwriter Janine Foster could be the next big thing.