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The Britpop icons, now revitalised, release their third album in the past five years.
Recorded at Assault & Battery Studios in London with U2/Foals man Alan Moulder, marking the first time since 2002 that Suede haven't recorded with regular producer Ed Buller.
Eight tracks on the album have been recorded with The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and frontman Brett Anderson has billed the LP as the band's "most complicated" album to date.
The ZZ Top frontman unveils his second solo album.
A sonic departure from his Afro-Cuban-flavored solo debut Perfectamundo, the LP features a mix of originals and classic blues covers.
Gibbons is joined by keyboardist Mike Flanigin, bassist Joe Hardy, drummers Greg Morrow and Matt Sorum, guitarist Austin Hanks and harmonica player James Harman on the album.
Héloïse Letissier smashed expectations with the success of her debut album Chaleur Humaine and it's fun-filled quirky pop, but now she must deliver a follow-up.
For new second LP, all 11 tracks are entirely written, arranged, and performed by Letissier, with American funkster Dâm-Funk guesting.
The legendary Guns N' Roses axeman re-teams with the Alter Bridge frontman for a third time, following up 2014's hit World On Fire.
Produced by Alter Bridge regular Michael “Elvis” Baskette, the LP was recorded at Slash's new Snakepit Studios in Los Angeles earlier this year.
Conor O'Brien returns this week with the fourth LP from his folky collective.
The follow-up to 2015's Darling Arithmetic, the album was written, produced, mixed and performed almost entirely by O’Brien in his Dublin studio.
The second instalment from the motor-mouthed superhero arrives on DVD shelves this week.
The new film will see Ryan Reynolds’ Wade Wilson return and face off against Black Tom, a well-loved nemesis from the X-Men comics. To help him in the fight, Deadpool forms a team of mutants called the X-Force to protect a young mutant from the time-travelling soldier Cable.
Josh Brolin and Atlanta star Zazie Beetz take key roles in the sequel. Brolin will play Cable, while Beetz will portray Domino.
John Wick co-director David Leitch takes charge of the sequel.
Ian McEwan’s hugely acclaimed novella gets the big screen treatment.
The movie stars Saoirse Ronan, who scored an Oscar nomination aged just 13 when she starred in the hit adaptation of Ian McEwan’s Atonement and now she reunites with McEwan for the second time for this new drama, set in 1962, with Billy Hoyle co-starring.
Anne Marie-Duff, Adrian Scarborough, Emily Watson and Samuel West also co-star, with Dominic Cooke directing, working from a script supplied by McEwan himself.
Melissa McCarthy headlines this upbeat comedy.
McCarthy plays Deanna, who finds herself bereft when her husband suddenly dumps her, decides to turn her life around by going back to college...landing in the same class and school as her daughter, who’s not entirely sold on the idea...
Starring alongside McCarthy are Molly Gordon, Maya Rudolph, Debby Ryan, Julie Bowen and Gillian Jacobs. Ben Falcone, McCarthy's husband, directs, working from a script he and McCarthy have written together.
The third season of DC's hit superhero drama arrives on shelves this week, with Melissa Benoist returning as Superman's heroic cousin Supergirl and attempting to keep the Earth safe from ever-growing threats.
All 22 episodes from the fourth run of the Batman spin-off arrive on DVD shelves this week.
The new season adapts significant chunks of comics Batman: Year One, Batman: The Long Halloween and Batman: No Man's Land for its storylines.
Ben McKenzie stars as Gordon, alongside Donal Logue, David Mazouz, Morena Baccarin, Sean Pertwee, Robin Lord Taylor and Erin Richards star.
Special album listening event