Album Reviews

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Wilko Johnson - Blow Your Mind (Universal)

Wilco Johnson breaths life into a genre that’s been left for dead... He almost succeeds.
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Alistair Fraser, Steve Burridge & Neil Johnstone - Shearwater Drift (Rattle)

This latest from Kiwi jazz label Rattle Records offers a mellow and often entrancing collection of ambient collages constructed from experimental electronica and pūoro Māori.
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The Rubens - LO LA RU (Ivy League)

Summery pop songs with a nice mix of musical proficiency and melodic directness. 
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Ray Davies - Our Country: Americana: Act II (Legacy)

Former Kinks leader grapples with living in the USA
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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Hope Downs

Debut LP from the Melbourne indie rock band
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Petal – Magic Gone

Petal touches on paranoia, anxiety, guilt and pain in second album 
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Melody’s Echo Chamber – Bon Voyage

Melody Prochet takes you on a wild disorientating ride. 
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Beyoncé and Jay-Z (aka The Carters) – Everything Is Love

Beyoncé and Jay-Z show that Love can be Apeshit
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Olivia Chaney – Shelter

Olivia Chaney’s new album is distinctly and consciously English.
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Luke Haines – I Sometimes Dream Of Glue

Luke Haines sings about Glue Town and inhabitants who are 2 ½ inches tall.
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Lily Allen - No Shame

Lily Allen creates the perfect soundtrack to homemade brunches 
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Mike Shinoda – Post Traumatic

Mike Shinoda remembers Chester Bennington
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Shannon Shaw – Shannon In Nashville

Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach produces another timeless classic.
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Buddy Guy – The Blues Is Alive And Well

Buddy Guy continues the legacy of Chicago blues.
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Neko Case – Hell On

Neko Case has a new album full of irony and depreciation.
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Snail Mail - Lush

Songs about terrible house parties to agonizing break ups, lashings of angst befitting a largely teenage audience.
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Jonathan Bree - Sleepwalking

Waltz down memory lane with 1960s lounge pop and melodic songs about love and relationships.
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Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore – Downey To Lubbock

Two venerable Americana veterans, Dave Alvin and Jimmie Dale Gilmore team up for the first time.
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Father John Misty - God's Favorite Customer

Suitable for a myriad of soul-warming needs and a formidable follow-up to the cult favourite and Grammy-winning Pure Comedy, Josh Tillman aka Father John Misty introduces us to God...
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LUMP - LUMP

LUMP is a Yeti fronted folk project (yes, Yeti) by Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay (Tunng).
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