Andrew Papas has gone solo and released a single - Burn it Down.
This week's music: Pixies are back with a reputation-restoring ripper
The jazz queen's back with a double dose of medicine for the soul.
Green Day's Revolution Radio serves up some old-fashioned anarchy.
Atmospheric water trickles and monkey calls are replaced with synth-heavy hip-pop.
"Young As The Morning, Old As The Sea" is about as stuffy as the title suggests.
Babs is back and she's brought half of Hollywood with her.
REVIEW: Wu Tang Clan's founder goes indie-rock in this album of half-baked goods.
REVIEW: Danger Mouse is the key to the success Michael Kiwanuka's new album
This album plays out much like Britney's career so far - lots of highs and lows.
REVIEW: Frank Ocean's new album is an emotionally taxing listen, but it's worth it.
REVIEW: A mixed-bag of modern rock sounds, a delicious mixed-bag mind you.
Should rock and rap ever mix? Suicide Squad reckons so.
This funk-influenced album is at times cheesier than fondue, but somehow it works.
Aaradhna 's cooking up a hot pot of soulful, spaghetti western pop.
Mixing French with Kanye West lyrics isn't the only risk paying off for this cool cucumber.
The Sunday Star-Times weekly wrap of new music
Blink-182 forget their age again with the new album, California.
Shake off any lingering "folksy" ideas you've had about sibling bands, this is modern pop at its best.
The Red Hot Chilli Peppers
The Red Hot Chili Peppers' mildest album, this could be what modern easy listening sounds like.
REVIEW: Paul Simon is an artist who produces work of exquisite lines and arrangements that must be heard in situ.
The Middle East meets The Black Keys in this psychedelic rock n' roll gem.
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