Album Reviews

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JEFF The Brotherhood - Magick Songs (Dine Alone)

A pleasant sonic expansion for the band, without any real "wow" moments
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Spiritualized - And Nothing Hurt (Bella Union)

J. Spaceman explores the final frontier
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The Kooks – Let’s Go Sunshine (Lonely Cat)

Let’s Go Sunshine is a timely release for spring and somehow puts a little sunshine in the soul.
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Interpol - Marauder (Matador)

Band's 6th is "a focused climb towards a summit". 
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Runaway - Passenger (Black Crow)

Be wary of picking up this Passenger
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Josie Moon - Rose Tinted EP (Independent)

Josie Moon up's her game with fresh EP
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The Lemon Twigs - Go To School (4AD)

We are not impressed
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Blood Orange – Negro Swan (Domino)

Blood Orange explores new musical and lyrical territory
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Vincent H.L. - Weird Days (1:12 Records)

Weird Days inside the record shop
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Neil & Liam Finn – Lightsleeper (PIAS)

Father and son make beautiful music together.
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Death Cab For Cutie – Thank You For Today (Atlantic)

Death Cab lightens up
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Mitski - Be The Cowboy (Dead Oceans)

Songs of an eternal wanderer
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Miles Kane - Coupe De Grace (Virgin EMI)

Miles Turner rough and tumbles his way through new solo venture, Coup De Grace. 
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Tom Scott - Avantdale Bowling Club (YGB)

Former Home Brew man strikes gold with 1st solo outing
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Jim Lauderdale – Time Flies (Yep Roc)

Americana veteran turns in his 31st album.  
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The Beths – Future Me Hates Me (Carpark)

Auckland band puts themselves on international stage with debut album 
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Kodaline - Politics Of Living (RCA)

Irish hitmakers reach for the stars
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Gang Gang Dance - Kazuashita (4AD)

Manhattan psych band hopes for "peace tomorrow"
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Deafheaven - Ordinary Corrupt Human Love (Anti-)

Adventurous metal band doesn't quite hit the mark
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James - Living In Extraordinary Times (Liberator/BMG)

One of Manchester's finest still going strong. 
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