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Toothless . . The Pace Of The Passing

02 March 2017

Toothless is Ed Nash, the bass player for the excellent Bombay Bicycle...


Joshua Radin . . The Fall

02 March 2017

Inoffensive is the word for singer-songwriter Josh, though that doesn&...


Lydia Kakabadse . . Concertato

02 March 2017

This charming album is already one of our favourites ...


Johannes Brahms . . Piano Quartet No 2; Gustav Mahler . . Piano Quartet

02 March 2017

Brahms (born 1833) spent part of 1860 in the country suburb of Hamm, o...


Allmänna Sangen . . Femina Moderna

09 March 2017

This is an interesting album that combines modern choral work with the...


Patrick Hawes . . Revelation, Beatitudes and Quantia Qualia

09 March 2017

This is a tranquil and calming album, despite the title (Revelations f...


Nadine Khouri . . The Salted Air

09 March 2017

Khouri is a British-Lebanese musician and songwriter based in London, ...


Grandaddy . . Last Place

09 March 2017

Grandaddy formed in 1992, the band led by main writing talent Jason Ly...


Ed Sheeran ÷

23 March 2017

The Review Corner saw Sheeran on an early tour, in a venue so small he...


Vera Lynn . . Her Greatest From Abbey Road

23 March 2017

Dame Vera comes from a different age, when there was less choice in en...


Tchaikovsky . . 12 Morceaux

23 March 2017

We always like programmes like this: though it’s Tchaikovsky it&...


David Lumsdaine and Nicola LeFanu . . Mandala 3

23 March 2017

A mandala (Sanskrit, circle) is a ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhi...


Emmerich Kalmain . . Die Bajadere

23 March 2017

This is an enjoyable CD, presenting an operetta that was first perform...


Bleeker . . Erase You

30 March 2017

Bleeker are a Canadian trio and this album is as polite and well-behav...


The Anniversary . . . Collection

30 March 2017

This year Naxos Records celebrates its 30th anniversary. Founded in 19...


Robert Radecke . . . Piano Trios

30 March 2017

Radecke was a skilled player of the pianoforte, organ and violin &mdas...


Ferdinand Ries . . . Flute Quartets Vol.1

30 March 2017

If you want to make a name for yourself, getting a job one of with the...


Laura Marling . . Semper Femina

06 April 2017

We’ve missed a couple of Marling albums; she was always good but...


Jarrod Dickenson . . Ready The Horses

06 April 2017

Good as Laura Marling is (see above), she’s beaten into second p...


Giacomo Carissimi . . Eight Motets

06 April 2017

Some church music is intended to instil awareness of the immenseness o...


Dutch Uncles . . Big Balloon

06 April 2017

This is Marple band Dutch Uncles’s fifth album. ...


Fleetwood Mac . . Tango in the Night

06 April 2017

You should all have heard this, or parts of it....


Maximo Park . . Risk to Exist

18 April 2017

The Review Corner are big fans of Max Park, but this album has divided...


Jim Parker . . Travelling Light

18 April 2017

The title says it all: Parker writes light music, and the collection t...


Heroines of Love and Loss

18 April 2017

The way things work in general is that classical albums take a couple ...


Stormzy . . Gang Signs and Prayer

18 April 2017

We can see why people love Stormzy, the first grime artist to land a n...


Nick Cave . . Lovely Creatures

18 April 2017

This is not out for a couple of weeks, but it’s so good you can ...


Elizabeth Jordan and Lynsey Marsh . . Mind Music

20 April 2017

It’s a game of two halves in this approachable programme from El...


Andrew Combs . . Canyons Of My Mind

20 April 2017

We’ve called this country — he’s a Texan based in Na...


James Blunt . . The Afterlove

20 April 2017

A bit like Ed Sheeran, James Hillier Blount produces bland pop that re...


Little Dragon . . Season High

20 April 2017

Eight or nine years ago the Review Corner was in a trendy shop that so...