Gerard Way “Hesitant Alien”

Former My Chemical Romance frontman, Gerard Way takes the plunge today and realises his debut solo effort today. Way recorded four studio albums with MCR before their shock split last year, and this release follows a stellar set at Reading & Leeds Festival in August of this year.

Marmozets “The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets”

Feisty upstarts, Marmozets release their debut album, “The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets” today, it follows EPs, “Passive Aggressive” (2011) and 2012’s “Vexed”. The band, from West Yorkshire, were nominated for “Best British Band” at The 2013 Kerrang Awards.

Prince “Art Official Age”/Prince & 3rdEyeGirl “Plectrumelectrum”

Fresh from a hugely successful tour, The Purple One releases TWO brand new albums this week; the first being his 34th studio album which includes the singles, “Clouds” and “Breakfast Can Wait”, while the second is a collaboration between Prince and his supporting band from his recent tour, 3rdEyeGirl.

Jamie T “Carry On The Grudge”

London trobadour, Jamie T makes his long awaited return this week with the release of his third studio album, “Carry On The Grudge”. It marks his first release since 2009’s “Kings & Queens” and includes the singles, “Don’t You Find” and “Zombie”.

Marianne Faithfull “Give My Love To London”

Todays see Marianne Faithfull release her 20th studio album, “Give My Love To London”. The album includes collaborations with Roger Waters, Anna Calvi and Nick Cave and the single, “Sparrows Will Sing” (written by Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters).

Oasis “(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?”

The Brothers Gallagher reissue their now legendary second studio album today, loaded with extras and bonus material. Originally released in 1995, the album sold a record-breaking 347, 000 copies in its first week of release and spent 10 weeks at number one here in the UK. ┬áThe album spawned singles, “Wonderwall”, “Roll With It”, “Some Might Say”, “Morning Glory”, “Champagne Supernova” and signature song, “Don’t Look Back In Anger”.