News Fans of the Arctic Monkeys were left outraged after the hashtag #RIPAlexTurner started trending on Twitter.

Fans of the Arctic Monkeys were left outraged after the hashtag #RIPAlexTurner started trending on Twitter.

The Word On...Kings of Leon's new album

"The move from 'southern Strokes' to 'southern U2' is way better in theory than in practice – these are the same clunky Kings of Leon songs, just now presented in an incredibly weird context." - Ian Cohen, www.pitchforkmedia.com

White Denim, Audio, Brighton

"More cowbell!" cries a man in a severe state of excitement. It's not necessarily what you expect to hear at a gig from one of the most hotly tipped garage rock bands of the year, but then White Denim don't do things by the book.

Foxboro Hot Tubs, Stop Drop and Roll!!! (Reprise)

Just in time for the release of their "debut" album, Foxboro Hot Tubs have stopped pretending to be anything other than a pseudonym for Green Day. Rather than deal with the problem of how to follow a record as massive as 'American Idiot', Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool have reinvented themselves and recorded an album of garage rock'n'roll.

The Sonics/The Horrors, The Forum, London

Rock's demonic upstarts are given a lesson in the dark arts

Album: Be Your Own Pet, Get Awkward (XL)

At a time when you can't move for all the female singers boring you with their fey, whimsical melodrama (I look here to you, Adele and Laura Marling), it's refreshing to see the ball of fury that is Jemina Pearl Abegg – lead singer with American garage punk rock outfit Be Your Own Pet – disturb the tranquillity.

Martina Hingis: 'I never thought I'd be here again, but I still have it in me'

After the tears and tantrums of 1999, the Swiss miss has returned in stunning style. Ronald Atkin talks to a resurgent talent

Leading article: Snow-blindness

Broken Social Scene, Cargo, London

The Hives, Hammersmith Apollo, London

Excellence can be a rash move

Rock'n'roll free spirits

A new exhibition charts the turbulent life and times of The Libertines. The photographer Roger Sargent tells Charlotte Cripps why the cult band are the real deal

The Hives, Electric Ballroom London

The return of your old favourites
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Wu-Tang Clan and The Sexual Objects offer fans a chance to own the only copies of their latest albums

Smash hit go under the hammer

It's nice to pick up a new record once in a while, but the purchasers of two latest releases can go a step further - by buying the only copy
Geeks who rocked the world: Documentary looks back at origins of the computer-games industry

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Belle & Sebastian interview: Stuart Murdoch reveals how the band is taking a new direction

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