Fifth studio album by J. Tillman under the Father John Misty moniker shows us his admiration for crooners
Bill Callahan and Bonnie Prince Billy united during the first lockdown of the world pandemic
How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars is an introspective record of songs which were written alongside those that appeared on Ignorance
The sixth studio album by Hurray For The Riff Raff is a rewarding one, a major leap for this Nuyorican singer-songwriter
Fourth studio album by IDLES, the raucous indie rock band from Bristol produced by hip hop audio engineer Kenny Beats
Seventh studio album by Scottish indie rock stalwarts and their first on own their own label, Red Telephone Box
The third studio album by lo-fi psychedelelic pop band Foxygen on Jagjaguwar features the excellent "Shuggie" and "San Francisco"
Debut EP by Brooklyn based ambient pop collective Cigarettes After Sex features their breakthrough track "Nothing's Gonna Hurt You Baby"
Sonic Youth's major label features classic's like Dirty Boots, Kool Thing and Titanium Exposé
Third studio album by British virtual band Gorillaz featuring Lou Reed, Snoop Dogg, Kano, Little Dragon and Mos Def
Debut album by much praised Bristolians IDLES who have raised much deserved stir over the last five years, rowdy and heavy post-punk at it's best
The original album remixed and remastered plus 13 previously unreleased demos and b-sides. Includes never before seen photographs
"This four-piece from down under didn’t come here to be analyzed, they didn’t come here to get heavy – they came here to get down" - NME
Sophomore album by Welsh-Cornish dancer and solo artist via Heavenly, excellent indie pop drenched in modern psychedelia and library music
Sophomore studio album by British pop-singer, singer-songwriter and poet Anaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho, a.k.a. Arlo Parks