Kate Nash's third album is a mix of garage punk and indie rock, infused with feminist undertones, but she doesn't quite pull it off.
AnDa Union draw on traditional Mongolian culture to create an atmospheric tour-de-force, with voices stretching from the deepest of tones to sweeping highs.
In Love, the debut album from Birmingham foursome Peace, is almost an instant indie classic. Arctic Monkeys, watch out.
Despite long tracks and predictable lyrics, Timberlake has created an album likely to send its listeners into a frenzy of nostalgia.
Jack Enright looks at three very different bands who are living proof that the British music scene is as vibrant as ever.
Charlie Mealings reviews Foals' sell out gig at the LCR.