BaBa ZuLa: Do Not Obey

Murat Ertel’s electric saz is to the fore, but it is the tiny details that convince

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Disney’s animated charmer balances animal antics with nods to all kinds of 21st-century obsessions
An attempt to be both the ultimate superhero clash and the prelude to a new series
By-the-numbers feelgood stuff with an ingenuous underdog facing down the naysayers

Mozart and Clementi — Piano Concertos

Howard Shelley and the orchestra take the listener on an emotional journey

Viola Beach: Viola Beach

Fourpiece’s posthumous release contains poignantly lively indie anthems

Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

The production, set during an archaeological excavation, packs a punch

Prokofiev: Symphony No 6

Latest disc holds the virtues of good sense and spacious sound

Elysia Crampton: Demon City

Experimental artist creates an unsettling atmosphere with the use of laughter

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Dinosaur Jr: Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not

J Mascis’s wiry guitar solos emerge with customary sharpness

Gucci Mane: Everybody Looking

Beats are focused and driven, a powerful accompaniment to the rapper’s vocals

The Claudia Quintet: Super Petite

Set flows through a blend of left field jazz, interlocking beats and Americana

Riley: Four Four Three

Performances retain a still fresh, improvisatory feel and lit up by bold dynamics

Johnny Hodges and Ben Webster: The Complete 1954-61 Small Group Sessions

The breathy, sensuous tenor sax matches the rich, spiritual sonorities of the alto

Jamie Isaac: Couch Baby

Crooner’s album is filled with echoing beats, tipsy piano and flaring trumpet

Beethoven: Fidelio

A mostly strong cast gets support from conductor Franz Welser-Möst

Bear’s Den: Red Earth and Pouring Rain

Vocalist Andrew Davie emotes about storms raging and colts bolting

MJ Guider: Precious Systems

Debut album shimmers in a haze of synthesiser drones and bass

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