Canadian twins gift fans with early Crimbo prezzie of live CD/DVD package.
Whether you understand or not, Crain's album is easy to enjoy.
Damien Rice's old mate takes control of the wheel for second solo outing.
Grammy-winning Scott returns with some slick soul.
Sister duo finally pierce the mainstream with help from Coldplay bassist and their old record collections.
Zero 7 collaborator offers up her second album, and it's coming after your chips.
A double whammy of pretty pop from two of this year's biggest female stars.
Brother-sister band's Everest is a mountain of two peaks. Luke McNaney reviews.
No holy riot here, but Kate's still good fun. Luke McNaney reviews.
The harp-wielding harpy steals more than a few hearts in Birmingham. Joanna, we heart you.
The voice of the summer? Luke McNaney catches a listen of Lissie's awaited debut.
Two unassuming New Zealanders take Flight in Birmingham. Laughter ensues.
See how the Citadels rocked the O2 Academy in Oxford
Release the Stars - or should that be Star? TMF chats to Amy Millan.
Regina Spektor: Russian Ready Brek? That's much higher praise than it sounds.
Electro-pop poppet tramples all over La Roux's slick synth sound with seemingly minimum effort.
Velvet-toned Joan Wasser turns in a sumptuous version of the X Factor. Luke McNaney reviews.
Joan as Police Woman tours UK this autumn.
NYC's Russian piano princess keeps the kook but has she lost the cool? Luke McNaney reviews.