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  1. 8.2

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    Remind Me Tomorrow

    Sharon Van Etten

    Remind Me Tomorrow

    Fifth album from the Brooklyn-based indie folk singer-songwriter produced by John Congleton

    Added: 14/01/2019

  2. 8.1

    It Won't Be Like This

    The Twilight Sad

    It Won't Be Like This

    Fifth studio album from the Scottish indie rock outfit is produced by guitarist Andy MacFarlane

    Added: 14/01/2019

  3. 8.0

    thank u, next

    Ariana Grande

    thank u, next

    Fifth album, and second in six months, from the American pop star working with writers and producers such as Tommy Brown, Max Martin, Ilya Salmanzadeh and Andrew "Pop" Wansel

    Added: 08/02/2019

  4. 7.9

    Quiet Signs

    Jessica Pratt

    Quiet Signs

    Third album from the San Francisco freak-folk singer-songwriter and her first recorded in a studio

    Added: 05/02/2019

  5. 7.9

    The Imperial

    The Delines

    The Imperial

    Second full-length album from the Portland, Oregon country soul band led by Amy Boone and Richmond Fontaine's Willy Vlautin

    Added: 09/01/2019

  6. 7.7

    Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared?


    Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared?

    Album number eight from the Atlanta, Georgia indie rock band from led by Bradford Cox and co-produced by Ben H. Allen, Cate Le Bon and Ben Etter

    Added: 09/01/2019

  7. 7.7

    Get Tragic

    Blood Red Shoes

    Get Tragic

    Fifth full-length release from the Brighton based indie rock duo features guest appearances from Clarence Clarity, Ed Harcourt and The Wytches

    Added: 25/01/2019

  8. 7.7

    New Breed


    New Breed

    Fifth solo album from Dawn Richard (formerly of Danity Kane), focusing on her upbringing in New Orleans

    Added: 25/01/2019

  9. 7.6


    Pedro The Lion


    Fifth album and first under the Pedro the Lion moniker since 2004 from creator David Bazan

    Added: 18/01/2019

  10. 7.6

    Better Oblivion Community Center

    Better Oblivion Community Center

    Better Oblivion Community Center

    Debut collaboration between singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers and Bright Eyes leader Conor Oberst

    Added: 25/01/2019

  11. 7.6

    Steve Mason

    About The Light

    Fourth solo album from the ex Beta Band frontman

    Added: 17/01/2019

  12. 7.5


    Happy In The Hollow

    Fourth album from the Brighton-based psychedelic krautrock five-piece

    Added: 26/01/2019

  13. 7.5

    Lorelle Meets The Obsolete

    De Facto

    Fifth full-length album from the Mexican duo recorded at their home studio in Baja, California with their touring band

    Added: 15/01/2019

  14. 7.5

    William Tyler

    Goes West

    Fourth album of instrumental guitar compositions from the Nashville-based former member of Lambchop and Silver Jews

    Added: 25/01/2019

  15. 7.5

    Cass McCombs

    Tip Of The Sphere

    Ninth studio album from the California-born singer-songwriter, produced by Dan Horne

    Added: 05/02/2019

  16. 7.5


    This Is Not The End

    Debut album of indie punk from the Norwegian trio produced by Tord Øverland Knudsen of The Wombats and Team Me's Marius Drogsås Hagen

    Added: 04/02/2019

  17. 7.4

    Bob Mould

    Sunshine Rock

    Thirteenth solo album from the man behind alt.rock bands Hüsker Dü and Sugar recorded in San Francisco and Berlin

    Added: 08/02/2019

  18. 7.4

    James Blake

    Assume Form

    Fourth album from the London-born singer-songwriter and electronic producer working with Dominic Maker and Metro Boomin

    Added: 18/01/2019

  19. 7.4

    Rustin Man

    Drift Code

    Second album under the Rustin Man moniker from former Talk Talk bassist Paul Webb, the first since 2002

    Added: 30/01/2019

  20. 7.3

    Mercury Rev

    Bobbie Gentry's The Delta Sweete Revisited

    The American dream pop outfit release a remake of country pioneer Bobby Gentry's second album, feature guest vocals from Norah Jones, Beth Orton, Phoebe Bridgers, Margo Price and more

    Added: 05/02/2019

  21. 7.3

    Buke And Gase


    Third album of experimental indie pop from Arone Dyer (buke) and Aron Sanchez (gase), named after the handmade instruments they created

    Added: 18/01/2019

  22. 7.3

    Steve Gunn

    The Unseen Inbetween

    Latest release from the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and former member of Kurt Vile's backing band The Violators

    Added: 15/01/2019

  23. 7.3

    Boy Harsher


    Second album of dark synth-pop from the Massachusetts duo Jae Matthews and Augustus Muller

    Added: 04/02/2019

  24. 7.2

    The Long Ryders

    Psychedelic Country Soul

    The reformed band return with an album produced by Ed Stasium and recorder at Dr Dre's LA studio

    Added: 14/02/2019

  25. 7.2

    AJ Tracey

    AJ Tracey

    Debut studio album from London-born rapper Ché Wolton Grant, released on his own label

    Added: 07/02/2019

  26. 7.2

    21 Savage

    I Am > I Was

    Second full-length album from the Atlanta rapper includes guest appearances from Childish Gambino, Gunna, Lil Baby, Offset and ScHoolboy Q

    Added: 15/01/2019

  27. 7.1

    Lost Under Heaven

    Love Hates What You Become

    Second full-length studio release from Manchester art-rock duo Ebony Hoorn and Ellery James Roberts recorded in Los Angeles with producer John Congleton, known for his Grammy-winning work with St. Vincent, Swans, Explosions in the Sky and Sigur Ros

    Added: 16/01/2019

  28. 7.1

    Cherry Glazerr

    Stuffed and Ready

    Third studio album from the LA indie garage rock trio led by Clementine Creevy and produced by Carlos de la Garza

    Added: 01/02/2019

  29. 7.1



    Fifth studio album from the indie folk group led by Zach Condon, named after the Italian town where the title track was written

    Added: 29/01/2019

  30. 7.1

    Mike Krol

    Power Chords

    Fourth album of garage rock/pop from the LA-based multi-instrumentalist

    Added: 25/01/2019


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