Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott speaks to Sweet Billy Pilgrim about their recent album
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott finds Ren Harvieu to have come back from injury to deliver an album that feels free while maintaining its classic touches
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott examines Gotye's incoherent Making Mirrors
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott finds a lot to admire when talking to Prue Leith about her career as a businesswoman and author.
Patrick Scott: Cherwell chats with the front man of Villagers about his debut album, touring with Elbow, and new material in the works.
Cherwell Music, Tom May, Moneeb Nasir, En Khong, Simon Torracinta, Natasha Frost, Kiley Bense, Steffan Blayney, Rachel Coombes, Adam Lebovits, Harry Scholes, Patrick Scott, Susan Yu: The Cherwell Music team gets their thinking caps on to recommend the best of 2011's releases
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott finds Rocket Juice and the Moon's album to be less than the sum of its parts
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott sings praises for Abel Tesfaye's third mixtape
Patrick Scott: Alan Davies talks about the pain of living and his imminent return to stand-up comedy
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott explains why The Strokes just aren\'t cutting the right shapes and Angles with their latest album
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott looks at Bruno Mars' long-awaited debut album.
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott talks to The Cribs about being ten years old.
Patrick Scott: Cherwell discusses A Different Kind of Fix, the third LP from Crouch End indie rock/folk quartet Bombay Bicycle Club
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott reviews TV On The Radio's latest musical offering
Patrick Scott: Patrick Thorpe interviews Wild Beasts singer Hayden Thorpe
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott talks to Delilah about beginning her solo career and putting together her debut album
Patrick Scott: Delilah's mixtape leaves Patrick Scott wanting more and eagerly awaiting the upcoming LP
Patrick Scott: Cherwell finds moments of assertion on Ernest Greene's debut album
Patrick Scott: Patrick Scott chats to the London quartet about their new album and finding their feet in the studio
Patrick Scott: Cherwell is intrigued by Arctic Monkeys' shift towards classically structured pop on their latest album, Suck It and See