Albums to watch


  1. Reggae Film Star

    Damien Jurado

    Reggae Film Star

    Eighteenth album from the Seattle singer-songwriter and fifth self-produced in a row

  2. Magic Sign

    Martin Courtney

    Magic Sign

    Second solo album from the Real Estate frontman working with producer Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Tokyo Police Club, Kurt Vile)

  3. The Spur

    Joan Shelley

    The Spur

    Latest album from the Kentucky folk singer produced by James Elkington

  4. MUNA



    Third album from the Los Angeles-based electronic pop trio

  5. Closure / Continuation

    Porcupine Tree

    Closure / Continuation

    Eleventh album and first since 2009 from Steven Wilson's longstanding prog rock outfit

  6. Home, before and after

    Regina Spektor

    Home, before and after

    Eighth studio album from the Russian-born, New York-based singer-songwriter produced with John Congleton

  7. Sometimes, Forever

    Soccer Mommy

    Sometimes, Forever

    Third album of indie pop from Nashville singer-songwriter Sophie Allison produced by Oneohtrix Point Never's Daniel Lopatin

  8. Honestly, Nevermind


    Honestly, Nevermind

    Seventh studio album from the Toronto rapper featuring a guest appearance from 21 Savage

  9. Supernova

    Nova Twins


    Second album from the London rock duo Amy Love and Georgia South produced by Jim Abbiss

  10. 40 Oz. To Fresno

    Joyce Manor

    40 Oz. To Fresno

    The California quartet's sixth studio album of pop/rock produced by Rob Schnapf (Tokyo Police Club, Ducktails, The Vines)

  11. Bartees Strange

    Farm To Table

    Second album from the Washington DC-based musician Bartees Leon Cox Jr. mixing indie-rock, folk and rap

  12. Shearwater

    The Great Awakening

    First album for six years from Jonathan Meiburg's Austin indie/psych rock band produced by Dan Duszynski

  13. Hercules & Love Affair

    In Amber

    Album number five from Andy Bulter's disco/house project working in collaboration with Anohni (formerly lead singer of Antony and the Johnsons)

  14. Perfume Genius

    Ugly Season

    Sixth studio album from Seattle-based indie pop solo artist Mike Hadreas

  15. Foals

    Life Is Yours

    Seventh studio album from the Oxford-based rock quartet working with producers John Hill, Dan Carey, A. K. Paul and Miles James

  16. Sinead O’Brien

    Time Bend And Break The Bower

    Debut album of post-punk and poetry from the Irish artist

  17. George Ezra

    Gold Rush Kid

    Third album from the Bristol-based folk / blues singer-songwriter produced by Joel Pott and Stuart Price

  18. 070 Shake

    You Cant Kill Me

    Second album from the New Jersey hip hop artist who is part of the 070 music collective

  19. Post Malone

    Twelve Carat Toothache

    Fourth studio album from the American rapper with guest appearances from Roddy Ricch, Doja Cat, Gunna, Fleet Foxes, the Kid Laroi and the Weeknd

  20. Poliça


    Sixth album from the Minneapolis indie synthpop band led by Ryan Olson and Channy Leaneagh


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