The follow-up to Cassandra Wilson's 2008 standards album Loverly, Silver Pony has an autobiographical spin, mixes the singer's familiar fascination for the blues with Lennon/McCartney, Stevie Wonder and three originals, and includes a duet with John Legend as the finale.
All Tomorrow's Parties is to launch its new festival series early next year.
Axl Rose even hates the cartoon version of Slash.
Since he took over the Gewandhaus orchestra five years ago, Riccardo Chailly has been including the music that is closely associated with Leipzig in his programmes, not just Mendelssohn and Schumann, but JS Bach too.
Gothy anti-heroine Lisbeth Salander returns for the final reckoning as Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy grinds to a close with another almightily longwinded two-and-a-half-hour mega-episode.
Just two guys.
Everyone loves Tina Fey, and that can be hard.
Anton Corbijn's new film is an intelligent, beautifully photographed, if intensely self-conscious drama about an assassin's mid-life crisis.
In the years since he used his dad's camera to snap an obscure prog-rock band called Solution, Anton Corbijn has remained besotted with photography.