One of Britain's best singer-songwriters has produced a second album of remarkable maturity: I Forget Where We Were.
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The Alex Turner-led Sheffield four-piece with a way with words and an ear for a killer tune.
Catfish And The Bottlemen
Raucous rock 'n' roll, straight outta North Wales.
Manchester's finest band of a generation, fronted by the observational lyricist Liam Fray.
Young singer-songwriter whose Wanted On Voyage has been one of THE albums of 2014.
Dave Grohl's "other" band blend heavy guitars with delicate melodies and punk attitude.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
The former Oasis man goes solo... with classic songs in the classic style.
Glittering dark rock from Southend.
Gospel-infused singer-songwriter from Ireland.
Monster Manchester-inspired rock and roll action from the Leicester boys.
The guitar legend who reinvented indie music with The Smiths... now a successful solo artist in his own right.
Mumford & Sons
Banjos! Waistcoats! Catchy choruses! Welcome to the world of Marcus Mumford and pals.
Kurt Cobain's Nirvana invented grunge, corporate indie-rock and much of the '90s.
The brothers Gallagher - they reinvented British rock in the 1990s to become a world-conquering stadium band.
The duo of Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher produce one of the most incendiary albums of 2014.
Homegrown alt hip hop from the suburbs of South West London.
A singer-songwriter who struck gold with an Olympic Opening Ceremony performance.
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ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Frank Turner - The Third Three Years
The singer-songwriter issues his third collection of b-sides, rarities, demos and covers.
The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (24 November 2014)
This week the XFM iPod's "Recently Added" playlist consists of Ed Harcourt, Bombay Bicycle Club, Maximo Park, Dry The River and Port Isla.
Do you remember the first time? XFM's 50 best debut singles
Which artists have come out of the block, all guns blazing? XFM picks half a ton of excellent debuts.
Awful cover versions of great songs: Volume 1
XFM takes a look at the very worst cover versions in recorded history.