This is rock played like it should be, noisy and uncompromising, Jason Peters writes.
This album reminds me of a time when music was about that, the music, not about auto-tune.
Metal fans rejoice - Korn is back with its finest work yet, Lucas Lormans writes.
REVIEW: Divorced from the film it accompanies, this double album doesn't scream Middle Earth quite as much as its predecessors.
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The Manic Street Preachers are finally coming to terms with their own demons.
It's been a disappointing year for music. But Rayhan Langdana finally found something great.
The Virginmarys debut album yearns to be played up loud with the car windows down.
Britney Spears' latest offering is a solid and strong pop album, but it doesn't deliver anything new.
These jams will get your toes tapping and your face grinning from ear-to-ear, Jason Peters says.
Amos Lee has one of the cleanest soul and country voices in music, Marcus Baird writes.
Arcade Fire's fourth studio album has had a huge amount of hype. But is it good?
This whole album plays like a trip into an asylum on acid, Ryan Lindborg writes.
This double EP of Dunedin guitar pop gathers nine effortlessly hummable power-pop gems.
A perfect blend of light drum and bass and pop, #Listen is a hit with me.
Lady Gaga doesn't seem to be motivated to truly push the boundaries of pop.
REVIEW: It would be hard to realise such a story on film, as it can be hard for the scriptwriter to find enough for multiple Doctors to do.
MIKE ALEXANDER - Sunday News
Inventing Myself does sound a lot more adventurous than Stan Walkers previous albums.
Lightning Bolt, the Seattle five-piece's 10th studio album, doesn't just articulate the band's sound, it subtly furthers it.
MIKE ALEXANDER - Sunday Star Times
Crucible serves as both a greatest hits collection of the songs of seminal Australian pub meets indie band Hunters & Collectors and a tribute.