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  1. 8.6

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    Fontaines D.C.


    Debut full-length release from the Dublin-based alt.pop quintet produced by Dan Carey (Hot Chip, Franz Ferdinand)

    Added: 09/04/2019

  2. 8.4

    Titanic Rising

    Weyes Blood

    Titanic Rising

    Fourth album of indie folk from the Santa Monica-born singer-songwriter Natalie Mering co-produced with Foxygen's Jonathan Rado

    Added: 02/04/2019

  3. 8.1

    Morbid Stuff


    Morbid Stuff

    Third album from the Toronto pop-punk quartet formerly know as Topanga

    Added: 05/04/2019

  4. 8.0

    On The Line

    Jenny Lewis

    On The Line

    Fourth solo album of indie rock from the former Rilo Kiley singer-songwriter, featuring contributions from Beck, Ringo Starr, and Ryan Adams

    Added: 18/03/2019

  5. 8.0

    Henryk Górecki: Symphony No. 3 (Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs)

    Beth Gibbons and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Henryk Górecki: Symphony No. 3 (Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs)

    Collaboration between the Portishead singer and the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra recorded live in Warsaw on 29 November 2014

    Added: 01/04/2019

  6. 7.9

    Dog Whistle

    Show Me The Body

    Dog Whistle

    Second studio album from the New York City-based hardcore punk trio was produced by Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio) and Gabriel Millman

    Added: 01/04/2019

  7. 7.9

    Cuz I Love You


    Cuz I Love You

    Third album and major label debut from the Minneapolis alternative hip-hop artist Melissa Jefferson

    Added: 18/04/2019

  8. 7.9




    Second album of alt-punk from the quartet based in Nagoya, Japan

    Added: 14/03/2019

  9. 7.8

    Miss Universe

    Nilüfer Yanya

    Miss Universe

    Debut album of indie pop from the 23-year old British-Turkish singer-songwriter

    Added: 19/03/2019

  10. 7.7

    This (Is What I Wanted to Tell You)


    This (Is What I Wanted to Tell You)

    Album number thirteen from the Nashville alt country outfit led by Kurt Wagner

    Added: 19/03/2019

  11. 7.7

    Inter Arma

    Sulphur English

    Fourth album from the Richmond, Virginia metal band

    Added: 15/04/2019

  12. 7.7

    The Chemical Brothers

    No Geography

    Album number nine from the British electronic duo features Japanese rapper Nene and Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora

    Added: 10/04/2019

  13. 7.6

    Jayda G

    Significant Changes

    Debut album of soulful funk-electronica from the DJ/producer

    Added: 20/03/2019

  14. 7.6


    Love Keeps Kicking

    Third album from the County Durham DIY indie pop quartet and first for Big Scary Monsters

    Added: 03/04/2019

  15. 7.6



    Seventh full-length album from the Austrian ambient electronic guitarist recorded in his home studio

    Added: 02/04/2019

  16. 7.6

    American Football

    American Football (LP3)

    Third eponymous studio album from the Illinois-based indie quartet

    Added: 19/03/2019

  17. 7.6

    Avey Tare

    Cows On Hourglass Pond

    Third solo album of experimental music from Animal Collective member was recorded on a '80s Tascam 48 half-inch reel-to-reel tape machine

    Added: 25/03/2019

  18. 7.6

    Andrew Bird

    My Finest Work Yet

    Album number twelve from the Chicago-born multi-instrumentalist produced by Paul Butler

    Added: 22/03/2019

  19. 7.6

    Anderson .Paak


    Fourth full-length studio release from the Southern Californian R&B artist featuring guest appearances from André 3000, Brandy, Nate Dogg, Sonyae Elise, Lalah Hathaway, Smokey Robinson, and Jazmine Sullivan

    Added: 12/04/2019

  20. 7.5

    W. H. Lung

    Incidental Music

    Debut album from the Manchester indie rock trio

    Added: 05/04/2019

  21. 7.5

    Edwyn Collins


    Ninth solo album from the indie legend and former Orange Juice frontman now relocated to his native Scotland

    Added: 29/03/2019

  22. 7.5

    Billie Eilish

    When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

    Debut album from the 17-year-old LA-born pop star working produced by her brother Finneas O’Connell

    Added: 29/03/2019

  23. 7.5

    Damien Jurado

    In The Shape Of A Storm

    Fifteenth studio album from the Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter

    Added: 12/04/2019

  24. 7.5

    The Cinematic Orchestra

    To Believe

    Fifth studio album and first for 12 years from the London electronic nu jazz outfit

    Added: 12/03/2019

  25. 7.5

    Rozi Plain

    What a Boost

    Fourth full-length release from the London-based singer-songwriter who's also a member of This Is the Kit

    Added: 08/04/2019

  26. 7.5

    Karen O & Danger Mouse

    Lux Prima

    Collaboration album from songwriter and Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O and multi-Grammy winning producer Danger Mouse

    Added: 12/03/2019

  27. 7.5

    Ex Hex

    It's Real

    Second album from Mary Timony, Betsy Wright, and Laura Harris, the Washington, DC-based garage punk trio

    Added: 19/03/2019

  28. 7.5

    These New Puritans

    Inside The Rose

    Fourth studio album from the arty post-rock outfit led by twins Jack & George Barnett

    Added: 19/03/2019

  29. 7.5

    Marvin Gaye

    You're The Man

    "Lost" album by the legendary soul singer that was shelved before its 1972 release, includes fresh mixes by Amy Winehouse and Nas producer Salaam Remi

    Added: 29/03/2019

  30. 7.5

    The Coathangers

    The Devil You Know

    Sixth studio album of indie punk rock from the Atlanta, Georgia trio Julia Kugel-Montoya, Meredith Franco and Stephanie Luke

    Added: 13/03/2019


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