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Alvvays – Alvvays
A brief but accomplished dream-pop debut from the Toronto quintet.
Field Mouse – Hold Still Life
Brimming with angsty vitality and dream-pop sensibilities, Hold Still Life is a brilliant introduction to Brooklyn's newest export.
Big Deal – Sakura EP
Melodic, harmonic dream-pop from the Atlantic-spanning guitar duo.
Morrissey – World Peace Is None of Your Business
A pleasant, sometimes preachy album that is praiseworthy only for the interesting yet frustrating change in musical direction.
Woman’s Hour – Conversations
A mesmerising debut that blends raw, vulnerable lyrics with masterfully minimalistic musicianship.
Slow Club – Complete Surrender
Slow Club have changed tactics (and their tone) with their third album - it's messy, it's choppy, but it's well worth a listen.
The Acid – Liminal
Liminal isn't a genre defining, easy listening nor commercially successful type of album - however it has appeal, it's definitely worth expanding the musical horizons for.
Sia –1,000 Forms of Fear
A sobering and cinematic collection of emotional anthems serves as Sia's sixth solo album.
Twin Peaks – Flavor EP
Dreamy scuzz pop prevails in the new EP from Chicago 'heavy pop' foursome Twin Peaks.
George Ezra – Wanted On Voyage
His youthful exuberance has led to the creation of a superb album with real diversity in each track.
Manic Street Preachers – ‘Futurology’
The Manics show that there is still a Welsh fire burning deep within that stands out proud from an impressive record.
David Gray – Mutineers
Mutineers fits in well with the back catalogue, it has splashes of the past and yet allows Gray to evolve. David Gray is definitely ‘Back in the World’
Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence
Melancholic, self-reflective and sultry, it's everything you'd hope for from a LDR release.
The Joy Formidable – ‘Yn Rhydiau’r Afon’
Welsh band The Joy Formidable come back to the fore with a superb slice of Welsh Langauge Rock 'n' Roll.
The Antlers – Familiars
It's a move away from the conventional and into an experimental territory which The Antlers seem to crave.
Lust For Youth – International
Stepping away from their experimental beginnings, Lust For Youth add a pop twist to their dark and brooding brand of electronica.
Rival Sons – Great Western Valkyrie
A searing and wickedly raucous blues-rock record criminally comparable to the Black Keys
Die Antwoord – ‘Donker Mag’
The South African "Zef Rap-Ravers", Die Antwoord, return with an arsenal of filthy beats for their third long player.
The Pains of Being Pure At Heart – Days of Abandon
An 80s pastiche that, while largely derivative, nonetheless makes for a surprisingly light and enjoyable listen.
Jack White – ‘Lazaretto’
A musically underwhelming return from one of rock's modern heroes. Grows with each play but lacks that final "oomph!"
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