Predictions say they may be 2007's biggest success, but will they also be its unquestionable voice of youth? Richard Woodruff offers his thoughts.
Glaswegian soul searchers battle on with third. Richard Woodruff takes a look at what they find.
Northern duo's transformation to the spotlight. R Woodruff on the vision of Narcissus Road.
Heirs To Franz's reign of Scottish music? Richard Woodruff on Dundee's world-beating rascals
George Martin and son twist some tunes and spin some cash, but should we care? R Woodruff investigates
Second coming from nu-jazz maestros. Richard Woodruff indulges
Wide spread collection of the Blues/Rock crossover. Compiled by Classic Rock magazine and reviewed by R Woodruff.
An emblematic English oddity - R Woodruff's (apologetically) belated appraisal of the latest Harcourt effort.
Pop-experimentalist's latest offering to the singles charts.
Hybrid 'folk-pop', rising from the rainy depths of Dundee. Richard Woodruff reviews.
Long-awaited bag of beauties from ex-Verveian. R Woodruff reviews
Double A-side release from acclaimed glam-revivalists. Reviewed by R Woodruff
Enthralling insight into a Jamaican musical phenomenon. Trojan start 2006 on a high. R Woodruff reviews.
Long-awaited single from south coast hopefuls. Reviewed by Richard Woodruff.
Swedish debutantes put on display a fine record of blissful folk-pop. Reviewed by Richard Woodruff
Debut single from popular Cardiff youths. Reviewed by Richard Woodruff
The Seattle singer-songwriter returns with her best batch yet of Cassidy-esque folk pop. Reviewed by Richard Woodruff