Lots of albums being released at the moment so it’s hard to keep up. Here’s a handy list of what’s on offer at the moment.
Excellent followup to the LA band’s debut sets them apart from their influences and sees them establish themselves as a considerable band in their own right. Produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner.
Debut album for the new project from the former Primary One man includes tracks ‘In Time’, ‘Ready For The Good Life’ and Too Much’.
Trippy ambient-pop from London trio now signed to Warp.
Quentin Tarantino talks about each track and plays each song on the soundtrack of his latest and greatest.
Let’s hope not aye? The fourth album from the anthemic Scottish folk band.
Long-time coming debut LP from the brother of the singer in the band Cults.
Surprise download of the debut from Dublin’s Ross Turner and Cian Murphy moody disco project.”Tears On The Dancefloor” they say.
The latest release on Popical Island.
Colorado Springs’ Winston Yellen collection of “modern country soul in the tradition of great American songwriters like Alex Chilton and Mark Kozelek”
Second full-length from Jason Chung is perhaps even more ambient than the first. More (headphones) listens required.
As featured via the Joanna Newsom duet yesterday, a vibrant collection of indie-folk-pop songs, along the lines of one-time collaborator Tune-Yards.
Second album from Portland-based New Zealand fuzzy psychedelic lo-fi indie dudes. Playing Thursday May 2nd @ The Academy 2, Dublin.
Second album from English melodic indie-popsters.
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