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Daniel Johns returns with his solo album, Alesso follows up his hit single with a debut record, and we add another release to our ever-growing Finnish noise-rock library.
In This Issue: This week sees a massive bunch of original releases hitting the shelves with the pop punk category filling up fast. Also check out releases from feel good vibe kings Hot Chip to the debut from Shamir!
In This Issue: This week begins and finishes with a Ben, featuring artists fond of numbered titles and the return of heavyweights Faith No More, we've got you covered from the fast and loud, to the electronic, to some more laid back releases and live features.
In This Issue: This week is giving us a taste of what May has in store in a big way! From King Gizzard to all the metal faves like In Hearts Wake, this week is full of some solid releases.
In This Issue: Blur, Millencolin and Best Coast, the big releases are starting to come through as we delve further into 2015. As usual we've got you sorted on the releases happening across genres.
Record Store Day brought with it a myriad of new music - but not all of it was available on vinyl. In advance of the day, Brit-pop icons Blur released another sneak peak from their upcoming record The Magic Whip in the form of the track "My Terracotta Heart", while they teased fans with listening parties for the record around Los Angeles on Record Store Day itself. Via a travelling ice cream van, no less.
In This Issue: Keeping up with the rock, blues and soul vibe this week with releases from the likes of Alabama Shakes and Mavis Staples, with some happy vibes from well known lads Passion Pit and Miami Horror!
In This Issue: This week seems to be all about the country and the ladies, but don't stress we've got you covered in those psych and pop collaborations and solo endeavours, as well as some punk and heavy to keep you going for the week!
In This Issue: April is beginning with a bang, and no there are no April Fools releases here, I couldn't spare the room with all these great records coming in! We have special editions, debuts, vinyls, an album that wins the pun awards and another that looks like something from the Nightosphere!
In This Issue: Starting off with a bit of folk roots this week is packed full of releases for all those metal fans, and just because we all have a diversity of taste there's even something for the pop fans out there.
In This Issue: We have two albums by the same name being released this week, wouldn't that be awkward unless they were by some amazing artists? Keeping it short and sweet this week there's everything from blues to some audio visuals for all those closeted Cyrus fans out there.
In This Issue: This week is brimming with new synth pop releases and spacey productions, check out a range from Kiwi Yumi Zouma to French project Saycet, as well as the laid back vibes of Seasick Steve and the Amorphous Androgynous collective.
While HBO prepare for the April 12th premiere of the fifth season for fantasy epic Game of Thrones, they have announced that the second in their Catch the Throne mixtape series will be released for free on Soundcloud ahead of the big day. It’s all about bringing the show to life through contemporary styles of music, and while the first mixtape stuck mainly to hip hop – with the likes of Big Boi, Common, and Wale – the new Catch the Throne will draw on a number of different genres, keeping consistent with hip hop but spicing it up a bit with some metal.
In This Issue: Strap in March is in full swing! A big list of releases for you this week with loads more due in later, if you were hitting a lull in finding new music then this is the month to get excited! A bunch of local and international acts are letting out the releases this week.
Mumford & Sons have come out of the gates with a few announcements this morning, hinting to a potential Australian visit from the Brits in the near future. First up, news of their forthcoming album, Wilder Mind. Following on from the band's sophomore release Babel, Mumford & Sons got into the studio in London to record with James Ford (Arctic Monkeys, HAIM) after writing and demo'ing with Aaron Dessner in Brooklyn and at the home of Sigh No More, Eastcote Studios in London.