Johnnie Craig

Johnnie Craig

Audio

Audio

Albums

Audio: Sia This Is Acting

Audio: Sia This Is Acting

Sia Furler is a rare entity in pop music

Albums: Adele, The Corrs

Albums: Adele, The Corrs

Johnnie Craig and Tony Clayton-Lea: Hotch potch comebacks from people's faves

Albums

Albums

Singer/songwriter: Gavin James Bitter Pill (Good Soldier Records) Time was when young singer-so...

Albums

Albums

This Weeks Albums

This Weeks Albums

Hip Hop: Dr Dre, Compton (Aftermath/Interscope) Dr Dre has announced that Compton – his third...

Albums

Albums

[Dance/deep house] The Avener The Wanderings of The Avener (Island) There’s a peculiar sort of...

Albums

Albums

Indie Rock: The Frames, Longitude (Anti) Before pressing play on the new opus from The Frames, a...

Albums

Albums

Album reviews by Johnnie Craig and John Walshe

Albums: Mumford & Sons, Best Coast and more

Albums: Mumford & Sons, Best Coast and more

Rock: Mumford & Sons, Wilder Mind (Island Records)

Album of the Week

Album of the Week

Nas: Life Is Good (Def Jam).

CDs

CDs

Pop/rap Professor Green At Your Inconvenience (Virgin) Hackney's answer to Eminem follows up last year's massive debut with another, slickly produced, pop-orientated album of jocular goading a

How to bring up children without lifting a finger

How to bring up children without lifting a finger

In your darkest moments, raising children can feel like a thankless task. You work your fingers to the bone to feed, clothe and shelter them. You spend the remainder of your waking hours ‘interacting’ with them. Then, by the time you’ve got them to b

Cautionary tale of America’s apocalyptic future

Cautionary tale of America’s apocalyptic future

America may have elected its new president and laid the foundations of its future on a wave of hope but, as Tama Janowitz’s fascinating and prophetic new novel war ns , its situation may already be hopeless.

Engaging tale of a chilling place in time

Engaging tale of a chilling place in time

Simon Mawer ’s powerful and elegiac new novel centres on mankind’s simple but vital need for a place to call home.