Album: Terri Lyne Carrington, The Mosaic Project (Groove / Concord Jazz)

The Project consists of a heavenly host of global talent who all happen to be women.

Tommy Lee thinks albums make no sense

Motley Crue's Tommy Lee thinks creating albums "makes no sense".

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Big Talk is the side project of Ronnie Vannucci, eccentric drummer with, and everyone's favourite member of, The Killers.

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Album: Ambrose Akinmusire, When the Heart Emerges Glistening (Blue Note)

All hail the new star: 29-year old Californian trumpeter Akinmusire might not offer a new conception of jazz, but what he's doing with the old one is hard to beat.

Album: Marius Neset, Golden Xplosion (Edition)

Norwegian tenor and soprano player Neset has produced a stonking debut demonstrating a fully formed musical personality over 11 original compositions.

Metallica overwhelmed by new album material

Metallica have "two and a half years" of material to sift through before they make their next album.

Album: Iro Haarla Quintet, Vespers (ECM)

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Album: Faust, Something Dirty (Bureau B)

Faust's core duo of bassist Jean-Hervé Péron and drummer Zappi Diermaier are joined here by Geraldine Swayne and Gallon Drunk frontman James Johnstone, both wrestling sounds from a variety of stringed and keyed devices.

Album: Joe Lovano & US Five, Bird Songs (Blue Note)

On his 22nd album for the label, and his second with this hot-to-trot, two-drummer band featuring Esperanza Spalding on bass, saxophonist Lovano confirms his status as the most consistently inventive soloist/leader in jazz.

Outside the Box: Another (smelly) brick in the wall for Charlatans drummer

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