A tantalising glimpse of how Hendrix’s genius might have progressed.
A mixed manifestation of electronic pop from the former Kraftwerk-er.
Foxx’s third Maths-assisted set is probably his best post-Ultravox LP.
A triumphant, almost defiant, return – innovative, dark, bold and creative.
Cocker’s an oddly innocuous voice on an album too smooth to really impress.
Cope’s solo standout, and a record he’d naturally never repeat.
A justified addition to the many Rumours already making the rounds.
An absolute tour de force of an album from an artist with nothing left to lose.
If magic in music exists, it is here, and never-ending.
First new album for three years from Cleveland’s famously experimental sons.