With What Now, Brittany Howard ups the stakes with an album that fuses a smorgasbord of style and emotion that works magnificently as a whole.
Sixty-five years after her death, Paul Alexander’s Bitter Crop should help to set the record straight on Billie Holiday's final year.
Experience the raucous sound of His Lordship's debut album—a wild ride of fast, furious, rock'n'roll-infused tracks.
Within memoir The Ballad Of Speedball Baby’s pages, author Ali Smith navigates a dirty, drug-fuelled Lower East Side Manhattan.
Unnatural Death, Patricia Cornwell’s 27th Kay Scarpetta novel since 1990, is an intelligent, disturbing and topical crime thriller.
Johnny Cash left a seriously hefty musical canon behind when he passed in 2003. This wonderful book is a fitting testament to that legacy.
Rebel Diamonds compiles 20 single and album tracks by The Killers, from Mr Brightside to When You Were Young to Human to Quiet Town.
Released on VHS over 30 years ago, Anton Corbijn's Depeche Mode video collections Strange and Strange Too are now resurrected on a more up to date format.
Woodleigh Research Facility's Phonox Nights is the last album Andrew Weatherall created with studio wiz and longtime collaborator Nina Walsh.
Neil Gaiman asked his online followers, “What reminds you of warmth?”, and from the replies devised a poem graphically brought to life here.
David Holmes' first solo album since 2008 roots for outsiders and the displaced:a thought-provoking soundtrack for cruel, angry and turbulent times.
Discover Gregory Porter's Christmas Wish - a soulful festive album featuring new songs and top-notch interpretations of classics.