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Bloc Party - A Weekend In The City

Predictions say they may be 2007's biggest success, but will they also be its unquestionable voice of youth? Richard Woodruff offers his thoughts.

Aereogramme - My Heart Has A Wish That You Would Not Go

Glaswegian soul searchers battle on with third. Richard Woodruff takes a look at what they find.

The Hours - Narcissus Road

Northern duo's transformation to the spotlight. R Woodruff on the vision of Narcissus Road.

The View - Hats Off To The Buskers

Heirs To Franz's reign of Scottish music? Richard Woodruff on Dundee's world-beating rascals

The Beatles - Love

George Martin and son twist some tunes and spin some cash, but should we care? R Woodruff investigates

Acoustic Ladyland - Skinny Grin

Second coming from nu-jazz maestros. Richard Woodruff indulges

Various - Classic Rock presents 'Blues Rock'

Wide spread collection of the Blues/Rock crossover. Compiled by Classic Rock magazine and reviewed by R Woodruff.

Ed Harcourt - The Beautiful Lie

An emblematic English oddity - R Woodruff's (apologetically) belated appraisal of the latest Harcourt effort.

Jason Mraz - Geek In The Pink

Pop-experimentalist's latest offering to the singles charts.

The Hazey Janes - Hotel Radio

Hybrid 'folk-pop', rising from the rainy depths of Dundee. Richard Woodruff reviews.

Corinne Bailey Rae

Much-anticipated LP from Yorkshire debutant. R Woodruff reviews.

Richard Ashcroft - Keys To The World

Long-awaited bag of beauties from ex-Verveian. R Woodruff reviews

Louis XIV - Pledge Of Allegiance/The Hunt

Double A-side release from acclaimed glam-revivalists. Reviewed by R Woodruff

Various - Alpha Boys School - Music In Education

Enthralling insight into a Jamaican musical phenomenon. Trojan start 2006 on a high. R Woodruff reviews.

The Upper Room - Combination

Long-awaited single from south coast hopefuls. Reviewed by Richard Woodruff.

Shout Out Louds - Howl Howl Gaff Gaff

Swedish debutantes put on display a fine record of blissful folk-pop. Reviewed by Richard Woodruff

The Automatic - Recover

Debut single from popular Cardiff youths. Reviewed by Richard Woodruff

Rosie Thomas - If Songs Could Be Held

The Seattle singer-songwriter returns with her best batch yet of Cassidy-esque folk pop. Reviewed by Richard Woodruff

Joseph Arthur - Our Shadows Will Remain

The gifted New York songwriter, discovered by Peter Gabriel, provides us with another excellent batch of songs which shows off his sheer inginuity, in a rock genre which often lacks it.