Tony Clayton-Lea

Tony Clayton-Lea

Albums of the Week

Albums of the Week

ROCK/ROOTS Robert Plant: Carry Fire (Nonesuch) During his time with Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant t...

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

SOUL/POP Adrian Crowley: Dark Eyed Messenger (Chemikal Underground) There isn’t any mistaking ...

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

[Electro/Hip Hop] Tricky: Ununiform (False Idols) Twenty-two years and 13 albums in, Tricky is s...

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Albums of the week

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

ROCK Gary Numan: Savage (Songs From A Broken World) (BMG) Gary Numan has previously admitted tha...

Albums of the Week

Albums of the Week

POP/ROCK The Script: Freedom Child (Sony) With so much pop songwriting experience in the Script,...

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Albums of the Week

POP/ROCK Queens Of The Stone Age: Villains (Matador) From granite-hard rock forged from the dept...

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Albums of the week

TRADITIONAL Eleanor McEvoy: The Thomas Moore Project (Moscodisc) Esteemed singer-songwriter Elea...

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Albums of the week

INDIE Arcade Fire Everything Now (Sonovox Records) Arcade Fire have made their name as being the...

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Albums of the week

ALT.FOLK Laucan: Frames Per Second (Sunday Best) British singer-songwriter Laurence Galpin is on...

A sense of wonder

A sense of wonder

Fancy catching a musical or a play in real style? Tony Clayton-Lea presents a guide to the most ornate and atmospheric theatres on the planet

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

INDIE/POP Foster The People: Sacred Hearts Club (Columbia) They’re a curious band, Foster The ...

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

DANCE/POP Calvin Harris: Funk Wav Bounces Vol 1 (Sony) Say hello to yet another ‘who would hav...

Albums of the week

Albums of the week

INDIE: Broken Social Scene Hug Of Thunder (City Slang) Toronto’s Broken Social Scene are famou...

The tourist trap: Two Door Cinema Club

The tourist trap: Two Door Cinema Club

The early success and the intense touring that followed could have killed the band’s career - but, ten years in, Sam Halliday and his bandmates are rock solid