Einstürzende Neubauten

Einstürzende Neubauten: Lament

An extraordinary 77-minute suite of songs with dissonance that evokes the band’s roots in 1980s industrial music

DVDs and Downloads

A young nun learns of her Jewish heritage and sets about looking for the grave of her slain parents
22 Jump Street
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are sent to college in this little-and-large-cop-duo’s sequel
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
The human race is all but wiped out in the rebooted franchise’s second film, a masterpiece of digital imagery
Cover of Fryrar's album Power

Fryars: Power

Sweetly melodic but imaginatively composed songs, tuned with one ear on the charts and the other in more idiosyncratic territory

Wayne Krantz's 'Good Piranha/Bad Piranha'

Wayne Krantz: Good Piranha/Bad Piranha

Musician’s imagination and state-of-the-art guitar make each of four covers a freshly conceived power-trio masterpiece

Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian: Hamburg ’72

Pianist is captured fresh from Miles Davis, with compositions ranging from folk-inflected flute jazz to romping be-bop

Donizetti's 'Lucia di Lammermoor'

Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor

Live recording derives from concert performances in Munich, and Diana Damrau’s portrayal of Walter Scott’s Lucy is intense

Cover of Olly Murs' album 'Never Been Better'

Olly Murs: Never Been Better

The personable British singer’s latest is sharp and slick, with fewer ballads than its predecessor

Tinariwen's 'Inside/Outside'

Tinariwen: Inside/Outside

EP of outtakes recorded informally and al fresco at night comes closer to capturing the Malian band before ‘Emmaar’

Robin Williamson's 'Trusting In The Rising Light'

Robin Williamson: Trusting In The Rising Light

Musician’s new solo record focuses on his own lyrics rather than on the work of mystic poets

Beethoven's 'Piano Sonatas'

Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Opp. 31 & 49

Maurizio Pollini completes his recordings of the German composer’s piano sonatas after nearly 40 years

David Guetta's 'Listen'

David Guetta: Listen

French superstar DJ delivers his most ‘personal’ album yet, moving from brash to marginally less brash EDM anthems

Simon Keenlyside: Something’s Gotta Give

The opera singer takes time out with a saunter up Broadway, offering songs from (mostly) American musical theatre

Poulenc and Saint-Saëns: Organ Concerto and Symphony No. 3

Recording of a live concert conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin and expertly played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra

Miguel Zenon: Identities are Changeable

A six-part epic involving in-depth interviews, orchestral brass, the saxophonist’s quartet and live performances

One Direction: Four

The group’s latest tempers the bubblegum pop of before in favour of what they call a slightly more ‘edgy’ style

Thompson: Family

Teddy Thompson has brought together his sister, his nephew and his long-estranged parents for a family album