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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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Estère – My Design, On Others’ Lives

Some albums perk you up in the morning, some made to help you cry through the bad break ups, others filled with vignettes from someone else’s life… Estère’s much anticipated double...
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Okkervil River – In The Rainbow Rain

Okkervil River is undoubtedly Will Sheff’s brain child, but the last two years saw him parting ways with many of his band members. You would imagine In The Rainbow Rain to be a 10 ...
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Carnivorous Plant Society – The New King

For an album where the last line is “and the pussycat died miserable”, The New King is a pleasant gentle listening experience. The second full-length from Auckland’s Carnivorous Pl...
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Leon Bridges - Good Thing

Three years ago, Texan soul man Leon Bridges arrived on the scene with a beautiful retro soul album Coming Home which took things back to basics in a glorious fashion.
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Sandy Mill - A Piece Of Me

A Piece of Me feels like a celebration and, dare I say it, a little bit of a relief for singer songwriter Sandy Mill. This is the first time she has stepped up to the microphone in...
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Belly - Dove

It’s been 23 years since Tanya Donelly and crew walked away from their highly successful indie pop venture, Belly. Finally, they’ve found the guts to return, bringing with them a s...
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Wax Chattels - Wax Chattels

Wax Chattels made a name for themselves for their raw and visceral live shows. With their self- titled debut, the band have cemented themselves as one of New Zealand’s most excitin...
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Courtney Barnett – Tell Me How You Really Feel

“I’ve got a lot on my mind/but I don’t know how to say it” sings Courtney Barnett on Sunday Roast. Coming at the end of an album called Tell Me How You Really Feel, it’s an almost ...
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Ray LaMontagne – Part Of The Light

If you’re looking for Trouble you’ve come to the wrong place, Ray LaMontagne is on a musical odyssey and Part Of The Light is some trip. 
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