Reviewed this week: Metronomy, Love Letters (Because). Nick Waterhouse, Holly (Innovative Leisure).
The Jezabels. The Brink (Play It Again Sam).
So Long, See You Tomorrow has more of a groove than any of your previous releases . . .
I Break Horses. Chiaroscuro (Bella Union).
Neil Young. Live At The Cellar Door. (Reprise)
Gary Barlow, Since I Saw You Last (Polydor)
Pearl Jam: Lightning Bolt (Virgin EMI).
Kings Of Leon: Mechanical Bull (Columbia).
MGMT: MGMT (Columbia).
Londoner James Miller hit critical pay dirt in 2008 with his first novel, Lost Boys, a compulsive story of Iraq, oil and the ‘war on terror’.
When Lucy Wadham was 18, she ran away from her native London to France for a summer.
Wells Tower’s debut collection of short stories fizzes with life, from his pitch-perfect descriptions of the natural world to the wealth of damaged characters who inhabit these nine tales.
The Flying Troutmans By Miriam Toews Faber and Faber, €15