REVIEW: Little to fault on Born to Dance Official Soundtrack
If you thought there was something amiss about Taylor Swift's exclusive girl 'squad' of celebrities, even a little creepy, you're not the only one.
REVIEW: Janet Jackson, don't you ever leave us again
REVIEW: A disc of tranquility
REVIEW: Sweet Low Down sheds light on an unsung jazz pianist
A re-release of a Gil Scott-Heron classic
Tony Bennett makes a return to the cabaret style that made his name.
Transplanted Canadian Tami Nielson continues her meteoric rise with Don't be Afraid
REVIEW: Paper Gods still feels like Duran Duran at their 1980s peak.
Gary Clark Jr's new album is an entrancing tour of black music history
The Sunday Star-Times' weekly wrap of the latest album releases
REVIEW: Taylor Swift's 1989 reimagined
Briana Marela's album All Around Us is a curious mix of Icelandic influence and a dash of Kate Bush weirdness.
Reviewing the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra playing Mozart
Review: Donavan Frankenreiter's The Heart
REVIEW: Only sparks of greatness on Lana Del Rey's latest
REVIEW: The CSO delivers rich romanticism
Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin: Lost Time (Southbound)
Gary Clark Jr
REVIEW: CD Review: Troye Sivan, WILD
Carly Rae Jepsen's latest album just a bit too much sugary
REVIEW: Buddy Guy is now carrying the torch for classic blues.
REVIEW: Kiwi alt country band Eb & Sparrow shine on Sun/Son.
Halsey is definitely well worth a listen - just don't over-indulge
REVIEW: Ska will never die - as proved by The Bluebeaters.
The Sunday Star-Times' weekly album reviews
REVIEW: The early days of Pere Ubu is nicely captured in new compilation.
REVIEW: Carlos Gardel shines on detailed compilation of his works.