Album number 5, remastered and re-packaged. Simon Rueben gets gloomy in 5.1.
The rather wonderful debut album from Fields, reviewed by Simon Rueben.
The long promised solo album from Brett Anderson. How does it compare to the output of his past. Simon Rueben investigates.
The second double A-side from The Cardinals, out soon on Tri-Tone Ltd.
Featuring Take That, The Brakes, Gwen Stefani! And loads of people you've never come across! Simon Rueben dips his hand in the bucket and brings out a fistful of singles.
The debut solo single from the former Suede frontman. The next life?
The "Beauty and the Beast" star releases his collection of favourite songs from the 70's.
Featuring Supergrass! Bet you can't guess which track...
Ahead of the second album, Ruby ruby ruby rubbish?
After a couple of years out of the limelight, Sophie Ellis-Bextor returns with Catch You, taken from her forthcoming third album.
The fourth single to be lifted from "the biggest selling album of 2006".
A classic case of taking things just one single too far.
A draining, emotional album, delivered by a true supergroup. Simon Rueben reviews.
A requiem for a computer? Simon Rueben takes a look at a wonderful piece of music exploring the relationship between man and machine.
The biggest midget in the business? Simon Rueben takes a look at the debut album from Lady Sovereign.
This years musical saviour? Simon Rueben takes a look at the debut album from Mika.
<B>The Cardinals</B>, whose single we <A HREF="http://www.cdtimes.co.uk/content.php?contentid=3068">reviewed</A> last year, are about to embark on a UK tour throughout the end of January and into February.<B>Live Dates: </B> Jan 25 MOLES, BATH Jan 31 THE MARKET BAR, INVERNESS Feb 1 13th NOTE, GLASGOW Feb 2 DOGHOUSE, DUNDEE Feb 3 DEN @ CAFE ROYAL, EDINBURGH Feb 9 CLWB LFOR BACH, CARDIFF Feb 12 THE ROADHOUSE, MANCHESTER Feb 17 THE BORDERLINE, LONDONThe Cardinals are back with their second double A-side single 'Hold On / Hello' in February 2007, mixed by the Mark Freegard (Manic Street Preachers, The Breeders, Madder Rose), on Tri-Tone; the company that brought labels such as Deltasonic and Twisted Nerve to the forefront. Stowed away in a recording studio in the depths of Wales with producer Lance Thomas (PJ Harvey, Ladytron, Simian) and rehearsal rooms in Manchester for most of 2006, The Cardinals have been working diligently on their upcoming debut album 'We Must Learn to Walk Again'.
This week we have the latest offerings from Field Music, The Guillemots, The Ordinary Boys and The Automatic, all up against the mighty Koopa.
New material from the artist tipped by many to be the star of 2007.
<B>Plan B</B> is embarking on a headline tour this at the end of this month to coincide with the release of his next single <B>No Good</B>.<B>Plan B Tour Dates </B> Sun 28-Jan-07 Dublin, The Village Tue 30-Jan-07 Preston, 53 Degrees Wed 31-Jan-07 Birmingham, Accad 2 Thu 01-Feb-07 Leeds, Cockpit Fri 02-Feb-07 Glasgow, Arches Sat 03-Feb-07 Sheffield, Leadmill Wed 07-Feb-07 Manchester, Accad 2 Thu 08-Feb-07 Cardiff, SU Fri 09-Feb-07 London, SBE Sat 10-Feb-07 Bristol, Anson Rooms Mon 12-Feb-07 Cambridge, Junction Tue 13-Feb-07 Liverpool, Accad 2 Wed 14-Feb-07 Norwich, Waterfront Thu 15-Feb-07 Southampton, Uni<B>No Good</B> is released on February 19th on 679 Recordings1. No Good 2. No Good (Brucker Remix) 3. No Good (Chase & Status remix) 4. Where Ya From? (Feat JME and Skepta)<CENTER><IMG SRC="http://www.cdtimes.co.uk/protectedimage.php?image=SimonRueben/PlanB_image6.jpg"></CENTER>