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Freschard and Stanley Brinks

Iron Eye
Reflective and gentle Euro indie pop on vinyl only joint third album between French-born duo Freschard and Stanley Brinks

Van Morrison

Accentuate The Positive
Surprisingly upbeat double album of 1950s rock and roll and 1960s pop covers from Van Morrison

Rupert Wates

Exquisite new album from folk guitarist and singer-songwriter Rupert Wates.


Theatre Of The Absurd Presents C'est La Vie
Often dark and pessimistic concept album from Madness about the state of our planet

Taylor Swift

1989 (Taylor's Version)
Expanded and reworked version of Taylor Swift’s 2014 album which saw her make the transition from country to pop

Duff McKagan

Versatile and reflective third solo album from Guns N’Roses founder member and bass player Duff McKagan


Pretty Vicious
Vibrant combination of rock and pop on fourth album rom glam-influenced Derby band The Struts

Head With Wings

Without Intervention
Head With Wings’ new album thrills with inventive, layered soundscapes

Chris Stapleton

Soulful fifth album from much acclaimed country star Chris Stapleton

Olivia Rodrigo

Refreshing and acerbically witty second album and coming-of-age record from rising star, Olivia Rodrigo

Holly Humberstone

Paint My Bedroom Black
Atmospheric and reflective solo debut album from classically trained violinist and singer-songwriter Holly Humberstone

Dolly Parton

Impressive collection of covers on first rock album from Dolly Parton

Emeli Sande

How Were We To Know
Strong comeback album from Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sande


Infectious and panoramic combination of samba, jazz and bossa nova, sung in both English and Portuguese, from Baiana, the project of Liverpool musician Laura Doyle

Amanda Stewart

Eclectic, reflective and passionate second album from Montana singer-songwriter Amanda Stewart which stands up to repeated listening

Rebecca Poole

Dreamers Ball
Intimate and sophisticated. jazz-influenced third album from singer-songwriter. musician and actor and Jools Holland collaborator Rebecca Poole


Energetic and appealing album of Christmas song covers from Cher

Agnetha Faltstog

Revamped and now elegant dance and electronic pop-based new version of her 2013 solo album ‘A’ from ex-Abba star Agnetha Faltskog


Stylish blend of blend of contemporary jazz and pop on second album from classically-trained Icelandic-Chinese singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Laufey

Corinne Bailey Rae

Black Rainbows
Ambitiou, indie-influenced concept album from acclaimed soul artist Corinne Bailey Rae

Lewis Burner

The Featherstone Massacre
New single commemorating the Featherstone Massacre of 1893 from The Burner Band’s Lewis Burner.

Autumn 1904

The City

Swansea Sound

Santa Bail Me Out
Typically thoughtful and refreshingly caustic Christmas EP from indie pop supergroup Swansea Sound which reflects on both sides of the festive season


Base and Superculture
On their third album, Meatraffle mix various musical influences and the strangest names since the Magic Band with a dash of Marx, in a poprockjazz cocktail.

French Boutik

Ce Je Ne Sais Quoi
Intriguing combination of French and English original tracks and covers on third album by American-Anglo-French act French Boutik


This Is How You Do It
Excellent funk and soul-driven latest album from acclaimed Australian nine-piece band, The Bamboos

Apollo Suns

Appealing mix of jazz, rock and psychedelia on fourth album from Canadian nine-piece instrumental collective Apollo Suns

Vinny Peculiar

How I Learned to Love the Freaks
Literate and thought-provoking concept album about hippy culture from Vinny Peculiar, who remains one of our most individual and unique musical talents

Rab Noakes and Brooks Williams

Should We Tell Him: Songs By Don Everly
Rab Noakes’ final recordings with Brooks Williams on this album of Don Everly coversare a poignant reminder of his own talent and his love of a good song

Thom Morecroft

Waiting for Leo
Lyrical and reflective debut album from dreamy Liverpudlian singer-songwriter Thom Morecroft

Roy Moller

Songs From Be My Baby
Challenging but highly rewarding autobiographical album from Scottish singer-songwriter Roy Moller in which he reflects upon his upbringing as an adopted child


With personnel changes German supergroup Automat's fifth album proves dull and unimaginative


Pamphlet truths on poignant punk EP from Italian band BAu

Titi Bakorta

Backfiring melodies on stunning avant Afro-pop debut from Titi Bakorta

Rain Parade

Last Rays of a Dying Sun
One of the best original Paisley Underground bands, The Rain Parade, is finally back with a tremendous new album after 38 years

Bob Bradshaw

The Art of Feeling Blue
Cinematic and consistently inventive tenth album from Boston-based Irish singer-songwriter Bob Bradshaw


Daddy Issues
Danceable synth-pop, indie pop and decadent themes on self-described New York 'gay nerd band' duo The Ballet

Rolling Stones

Hackney Diamonds
Impressive and masterful album of new material in eighteen years from The Rolling Stones

Rick Astley

Are We There Yet?
Smooth and highly professional new album from 80’s icon Rick Astley whose comeback over the last few years has been remarkable

Paul Rodgers

Midnight Rose
Impressive first album of original material in almost 25 years from ex-Free, Bad Company and Queen vocalist Paul Rodgers

Kylie Minogue

Irresistible dance pop on enjoyable new album from Kylie Minogue

Carla Fuchs

Unique and innovative album from German songer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Carla Fuchs in which she has set lost lyrics from Sandy Denny to her own music


Classy and rewarding, latest album from The Pretenders

Tenille Townes

Train Track Worktapes
Stripped back EP comprising of songs written and recorded during a charity trip across Canada from country music singer Tenille Townes

Bebel Gilberto

Sensitive and engrossing tribute to her late father and bossa nova innovator Joao from acclaimed singer-songwriter Bebel Gilberto

Idina Menzel

Drama Queen
Entertaining and uplifting combination of electropop and funk New York singer-songwriter and actor and LGBTQ+ activist Idina Menzel

Alice Cooper

Punchy, old school and humorously self-deprecating 22nd solo album from Alice Cooper

Liam Gallagher

Knebworth '22
Powerful and enjoyable collection of solo tracks and Oasis classics from Liam Gallagher recorded live at Knebworth last year


The Ballad of Darren
Ninth album by the Britpop pioneers Blur sees the quartet in reflective, laidback mode on a slow burning triumph

Anne Marie

Upbeat but cathartic third album from Brit Award- nominated singer-songwriter Anne-Marie


Janice Long Session 02.04.87
Excellent indie pop released on 10” vinyl from the ever dependable Precious Recordings of Janice Long Session from under-rated band The Dentists

Death and Vanilla

Latest album from Swedish dream pop trio Death and Vanilla ranges from engaging fare to a touch too much vanilla

Pooh Sticks

Straight Up; Noise Pollution C88-90
Fantastic compilation of the early singles of iconic 80s Welsh indiepopsters Pooh Sticks

Meredith Moon

Evocative and sensitive second album from Canadian folk artist Meredith Moon


Long-awaited and thought-challenging second album from alternative rock band Cairo

Hannah Aldridge

Dream of America
Dark but impressive fourth album from classically-trained country artist Hannah Aldridge

Blue Highways

Out on the Line
Thoughtful album of Americana with a British edge from band of brothers The Blue Highway.

Lucinda Williams

Stories from a Rock 'n' Roll Heart
Powerful latest album from elder stateswoman of rock Lucinda Williams who has fought back from health issues

Jenna Paulette

The Girl I Was
Appealing mix of traditional and contemporary country.on debut album from Texan singer-songwriter Jenna Paulette

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