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Nas
Illmatic XX

Originally released in 1984 Illmatic is a masterpiece that eloquently harmonises positive self-determinism with a stark reality, defining a generation of hip-hop that has inspired and informed up and coming artists and performers for decades. ‘Illmatic XX’ is a special twentieth anniversary edition featuring all kinds of ext...view item »

Bob Dylan
Blonde On Blonde

Colombia are reissuing Legacy Editions of a whole brace of classic Bob Dylan albums, not that they seemed at risk of falling out of print. Blonde on Blonde was recorded in Nashville in 1966, and stretches to full-on double-album length. Includes favourites like ‘Just Like A Woman’ and ‘Sad Eyed Lady Of...view item »

Moondog
Moondog

Reissue of avant-garde pioneer Moondog’s self-titled album from 1969, It hasn’t been available on vinyl since 2003. Moondog’s unique approach to composition was revered by Phillip Glass and Steve Reich and is heavily sampled across multiple genres Including ...view item »

First Aid Kit
Tender Offerings

Tender Offerings by First Aid Kit is an EP featuring four tracks recorded during the Swedish sister duo’s fourth album, Ruins which was released in January 2018. These outtakes weren’t deemed album worthy, but they sure do make a nice little EP on their own. 10” vinyl EP on Colum...view item »

Dave Grohl
Play

Oh Davey Davey, how was I supposed to know That something wasn’t right here? Oh Davey Davey, my good friend Davey Grohl Where are the Foo Fighters? Show me, Davey, how you want it to be A solo record, runtime in minutes: 23?   Arena rock is killing thee, ...view item »

The Blaze
Dancehall

The Blaze will be absolutely massive. They kind of already are - a video upped to YouTube in 2016 for their song ‘Virile’ (yikes) has four million views and counting - but we reckon their debut LP Dancehall is going to make them REALLY massive. The combination of Disclosure-esque pop-ho...view item »

Beyoncé
Lemonade

Steering away from the sheeny chart-leading bangers that made Queen Bey a hegemonic pop power, Lemonade is yet another pioneering reinvention from someone exploring new territory. Risk-taking has become alien from many modern powerhouse artists; but so long as the likes of Beyonce keep us on our toes, th...view item »

Fugees
The Score

Classic album reissue alert. Remarkably, The Score is the final album from Fugees. Well, go out on a high right? Continually rated as one of the best rap/r&...view item »

Bob Dylan
Desire

Desire was Bob Dylan's second burst of return-to-form creativity in the mid 70's following  the earlier Blood on the Tracks. The record is further song story ruminations from the bard with lengthy, sprawling songs featuring some of the most controversial and personal lyrics of his career.   ...view item »

Bob Dylan
Blood On The Tracks

Definitely regarded as Bob Dylan’s greatest album of  the ‘70s and beyond and right up there with his ‘60 work, Blood On The Tracks is allegedly a masterwork of confessional songwriting. Bob Dylan, however, denies that the songs were about his life. Whatever, it’s a gr...view item »

St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Young Sick Camellia

Alabama group St. Paul & The Broken Bones release their third LP. There’s eight of them in this rabble, which seems like an awful lot of people to do something you can achieve with just one Mark Ronson. This young blurb writer reckons that they relax after shows by getting together and watching Pea...view item »

Nas
Nastradamus

Nas gave us more than we bargained for on his fourth LP Nastradamus. The record was originally going to be an odds-and-sods collection consisting of stuff that didn’t make the cut for previous album I Am…, but bootlegging problems meant that Nas went back into the studio and cut a few fresh du...view item »

Jeff Buckley
Grace

Despite a number of archival and live albums, Grace was the only full studio album released by Jeff Buckley. Still, high points of the singer-songwriter's celebrated but tragically short career - 'Last Goodbye', 'Hallelujah', 'Lover, You Should Have Come Over' - were part of the collection, and deservedly so....view item »

Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan is Bob Dylan’s first ever album, released way back in 1962 when no-one knew who this cat was (imagine that?!?). The tracklisting is mostly made up of traditional folk songs, with just two originals, meaning that you can really hear Dylan emerging from the folk tradition that made him. Vi...view item »

Primal Scream
Give Out But Don't Give Up: The Original Memphis Recordings

So here’s how it went down - Primal Scream release Screamadelica in 1991. It's a barnstorming success and wins the band the inaugural Mercury Prize. Bobby Gillespie et al then decamp to the southern states of the U.S.A. to record follow-up Give Out But Don’t Give Up with t...view item »

Mellah
Middle England

Interesting sleeve but for God's sake kids do not do this at home. You'll suffocate. Mellah are do intense indie guitar vocal says the press release and they are produced by Arctic Monkeys production wizard James Ford so this is big league. And it's on Columbia Records of the United States of America.  ...view item »

The Internet
Hive Mind

You know all the kids who get onto the ‘Jazz & Pop’ course at music college and end up in naff neo-soul ensembles? The Internet is the band they all think they're in. Hive Mind, the fourth LP from Syd The Kyd et al, is as cool as a cloud of smoke being blown by someone in silhouette. The...view item »

The Clash
London Calling

London Calling was the third album by The Clash and was originally released in 1979. It is widely regarded as the band’s greatest moment and one of the best albums to ever be committed to tape. It comprises a range of styles from punk to reggae and ska to rockabilly and dealt with many issues of the day such as un...view item »

Miles Davis
Round About Midnight

Miles Davis was so smooth that he along with Coltrane and buddies made veteran musicians look rough around the edges. Round About Midnight is exactly the type of album that lives up to the hype. Like a true classic, this album makes you want to listen to it over and over again and each time you seem to discover something new. We get the great mo...view item »

LCD Soundsystem
American Dream

You can have a strange relationship with LCD Soundsystem, a bit like Marmite - you either love them, or hate them. This ten track release, entitled American Dream, is no doubt a great collection of tracks for any LCD fan but might not be for everyone. Available on Vinyl LP and CD on DFA / Columbia.  ...view item »

Arcade Fire
Everything Now

Did you know that Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler is so tall that they need to make him look smaller on stage so he doesn’t tower over everyone/thing? Here is their first new material in a bit. The lead track follows on from the ridiculous Reflektor in being completely absurd. It has several sections on...view item »

Tom Odell
Jubilee Road

Crooning posho Tom Odell limbers up for another chart-dominating year with his third LP Jubilee Road. The title track sounds nothing like Nick Cave’s late-period masterpiece ‘Jubilee Street’. In fact it’s more like closing-time Elton John. The rest of the album i...view item »

Bob Dylan
Highway 61 Revisited

Colombia are reissuing Legacy Editions of a whole brace of classic Bob Dylan albums, not that they seemed at risk of falling out of print. Highway 61 Revisited dates from 1965, and marks the point on record where Dylan moved firmly towards rock forms. Includes ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ and &lsq...view item »

The Neighbourhood
The Neighbourhood

Californian pop-rockers The Neighbourhood drop their third LP via Columbia. Anyone who has enjoyed their recent EPs Hard and To Imagine (we see you what you did there, lads) will likely be able to get behind The Neighbourhood. Four cuts from those releases are fleshed out by eight newc...view item »

Arcade Fire
Put Your Money on Me

Put Your Money On Me is taken from Arcade Fire’s most ‘pop’ album to date, Everything Now. Fans will no doubt be clambering over each other to get their mits on this limited edition transparent red vinyl 12”, featuring a different version of the slow burning yet catchy trac...view item »

Nas
I Am...

You’re right, Nas. You are. You’ll never be what you were - Illmatic will be your gift and your curse - but you definitely still are. I Am… will be the record in which you find yourself caught between your roots and your reality. It will see you try to rekindle past flames - a song ca...view item »

The Vaccines
Combat Sport

Combat Sport is the fourth album by London indie-rockers, The Vaccines. The exciting thing about this is that if you act quickly you can bag one of 500 LPs or 300 CDs adorned with squiggles by the band (i.e. signed by). Failing that, you can buy the standard LP and CD and write ‘Justin’, ‘Freddie’ and &ls...view item »

Arcade Fire
Creature Comfort

Creature Comfort is taken from Arcade Fire’s 5th album Everything Now, which divided fans. However, this limited edition white vinyl 12” might win a few back. It features the track in two forms - a 12 vinyl version and - WAKE UP PORTISHEAD FANS - a Geoff Barrow...view item »

Bob Dylan
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan

This is Bob Dylan’s second album, but its really the start of Dylan as we know it, as it contains mostly original compositions, including certified bangers like ‘Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right’ and ‘Blowin’ in the Wind’! The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan...view item »

Kings Of Leon
Youth & Young Manhood

Kings of Leon. 'Youth & Young Manhood' LP/CD (Hand me down/BMG) NME review: - "the best debut album of the last 10 years' 9/10. Our review:- " the worst debut album of the last 50 years" 0/10 Go to any bar, anywhere and hear this kind of stale rubbish. If anyone's ...view item »

Manic Street Preachers
Futurology

There is just no stopping them is there. They simply never stop. I’ve wanted them to stop since their very first single but it never ever happens. But now they are cuddly rock veterans they have the media in the palm of their hands and its been a long, long time since they wished AIDS and death on people. All forgotten now. This is...view item »

Bob Dylan
Nashville Skyline

Colombia are reissuing Legacy Editions of a whole brace of classic Bob Dylan albums, not that they seemed at risk of falling out of print. 1969’s Nashville Skyline finds Dylan going all the way into country music: must be in that Nashville air. Also marks the first appearance of croony singing voi...view item »

Lo Moon
Lo Moon

With an expansive and climactic soundscape dripping in nostalgia, LA based trio Lo Moon release a debut album that justifies the hype surrounding their first single ‘Loveless’. Despite a spattering of melancholic synths and piano, this LP is a decidedly hopeful ode to electro-pop. The title track ‘Real Love’ sounds like t...view item »

Leonard Cohen
Greatest Hits

This is a wonderful collection of Cohen's now legendary early work. Drawn from his classic albums Songs Of Leonard Cohen, Songs From A Room, Songs Of Love And Hate and New Skin For The Old Ceremony, these timeless songs have become part of the serious poetic heritage of the English language. What I found especially impressive on listening to thi...view item »

First Aid Kit
Ruins

Swedish sister duo First Aid Kit return with their fourth album, Ruins. Previous albums have been increasingly more confident but their first album, with tracks like "Ghost Town", will be hard to beat for many early adopters of their music. They still have it though, so expect more assured songwriting, beautiful harmonies and fo...view item »

The Shins
The Worms Heart

The creative whizz behind The Shins, James Mercer had an itch he needed to scratch following the recording of their last album, Heartworms, and scratch it he did. He re-recorded the album, introducing acoustic guitars and a slower tempo to fast tracks and injecting the slower tracks with a bit of rock oomph. The Worms Heart was ...view item »

Solange
A Seat At The Table

Solange Knowles’ A Seat at the Table is one not to sleep on for any fans of neo-soul, funk and R&B. Directing an all-star ensemble of contributors including Raphael Saadiq and Sampha, Solange truly realises her vision of an album that explores black womanhood through a self-directed, empowering and contemporary lens....view item »

Arcade Fire
Arcade Fire

First reissued in 2005 after the success of Funeral, Arcade Fire’s debut EP gets a second CD reissue makeover for any fans unwilling to buy a grubby second-hand copy ...view item »

Arcade Fire
The Suburbs

The Suburbs from Arcade Fire is probably one of their most liked records by fans and critics alike because it's a record that is made, not manufactured. A collection of tracks that take you up and down on an emotional rollercoaster of melancholy and cheerful summery vibes. Available on double Vinyl LP and CD and release...view item »

Leonard Cohen
Ten New Songs

Cohen returned in 2001 with this album after almost a decade of silence and several years in retreat with his zen master. He shares the cover photo and vocals with Sharon Robinson, who co-wrote and co-arranged the material. Compared to the slick contemporary productions of I’m Your Man and T...view item »

The Neighbourhood
Wiped Out!

The Neighbourhood, aka The NBHD, are and electro-rock quintet from California. Wiped Out! is their second album and follows 2013’s angst-ridden album I Love You. Thier mix of angsty lyrics, polished production and traditional songcraft left critics split but is likely to appeal to teenage...view item »

Bob Dylan
Bringing It All Back Home

Colombia are reissuing Legacy Editions of a whole brace of classic Bob Dylan albums, not that they seemed at risk of falling out of print. 1965’s Bringing It All Back Home is neatly split between a ‘rock’ electric side and a ‘folk’ acoustic side, and includes essentials like ‘Subterra...view item »

Leonard Cohen
The Future

A classic piece of songcraft from the one, the only, the Leonard Cohen. The Future was originally released in the past, 1992 specifically, and it features a number of later...view item »

Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits

There's absolutely no filler here; every cut is a stone-cold classic. (Granted, that's not because of any special care on Columbia's part but because Dylan is incapable of writing a totally worthless song.) For another, it functions admirably well as a "starter kit". That said, I have to wonder why Columbia didn't take a little more care with th...view item »

Bob Dylan
Another Side of Bob Dylan

Another Side of Bob Dylan is the great man’s fourth album, put out in 1964 while the world was really waking up to him. Another Side is solo Dylan, nice and direct, with his unique voice standing alone apart from guitar and harmonica. The tracklisting includes classics like ‘It Ain’t Me Babe&r...view item »

N*E*R*D
No_One Ever Really Dies

Pharrell Williams has had a pretty massive time of it in the last couple of years, and it doesn’t look like that’s going to stop anytime soon now that he’s bringing back his classic group N*E*R*D. This comeback record featur...view item »

Leonard Cohen
Recent Songs

Recent Songs by Leonard Cohen saw the Canadian singer/songwriter reverting to his acoustic and folk roots, albeit with a number of other influences he’d picked up along the way. It was originally released in 1979 and was the follow-up to Death Of A Ladies man, an album made under difficult circumstances - mainly the fact t...view item »

Leonard Cohen
Various Positions

Various Positions was the seventh album released by Leonard Cohen. It was originally released in 1984. American singer and lifelong friend of Cohen, Jennifer Warnes features on every track. This is the album that includes the original version of Hallelujah, the song covered by John Cale, ...view item »

Leonard Cohen
Death Of A Ladies' Man

Reissue of Leonard Cohen’s 1977 fifth studio album Death Of A Ladies’ Man. Phil Spector’s orchestral ‘Wall of Sound’ was imposed upon his usually-sparse vocals, making for mixed reviews and debate around the 8-song release. An interesting piece in the Cohen canon. LP reissued on Columbia....view item »

Bob Dylan
Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol.13 / 1979-1981

Bob Dylan’s Bootleg Series keeps on rolling on, delivering fresh stacks of archive treats to those hardcore heavy Dylan fans. Volume 13 covers the period 1979 to 1981, with a thrilling mixture of live cuts and unreleased rarities. The tracklisting varies depending on whether you are after...view item »

Depeche Mode
Cover Me (Remixes)

Essex’s most brooding sons, Depeche Mode, returned this year with a new album ‘Spirit’ and as tradition dictates latest single ‘Cover Me’ has been let loose with a raft of up to the minute remixers. Erol Alkan’s own rock inspired roots make him a natural choice,...view item »

Kings Of Leon
Mechanical Bull

Its so cool. I wanted it for ages and convinced myself to buy it and after I finished listening I wanted to listen to it again. Super awesome, well worth the money....view item »

Johnny Cash
I Walk The Line

Classic Cash from 1968! I Walk The Line actually features re-recorded versions of various songs that were already favourites by this point, such as the title track, originally recorded in 1958. Johnny was still in very fine form at this point, and I Walk The Line makes for a great early hits co...view item »

Depeche Mode
Where's The Revolution

Unbelievably Depeche Mode still release their music on CD single and here is the first taster from their new album 'Spirit'. It's a doomy piece of synth rock as you might expect and comes in tow with gloomy Anton Corbijn video in black and white as you might expect. Perfect miserable, desolate music for these torrid times. ...view item »

Depeche Mode
Going Backwards

Going Backwards is the second single to be released from the long running electronic rockers latest album Spirit. They are one of the few bands on the planet who still have the clout to sell CD singles and this comes with a whole host of remixes from the likes of Soulsavers, Chris Leibing and Maya-Jane Coles.&n...view item »

Depeche Mode
The Best of Volume 1

Well this has a much different track listing than the 'best of' I have on tape with a few album tracks thrown in for good measure yet it still has all the brilliant singles from 'See You' to 'Everything Counts' and 'Enjoy the Silence'. Originally released in 2006, now is your chance to get it again on triple vinyl.  ...view item »

Thelonious Monk
Misterioso

Ah, Thelonious Monk. More distinctive a jazzman there is not. Even when obscured and peering from within the album sleeve of Misterioso, it’s still him alright. The music concurs; swinging brass, t...view item »

David Bowie
Reality

Reality is David Bowie’s 23rd solo album. The album contains a cover of The Modern Lovers' Pablo Picasso and a cover of George Harrison’s Try Some Buy Some which were originally intended to appear on Bowie’s Pin Ups 2, but the album never mat...view item »

Foo Fighters
Concrete and Gold

Dave Grohl and Co. return for the ninth Foo Fighters album. Concrete and Gold sees new member Rami Jaffee (The Wallflowers) join the fold on keys and delivers 11 tracks of their inimitable mix of hard rock (there’s some serious riffage in here) and sing-along-abil...view item »

The Shins
Port Of Morrow

Sacking your entire band. Good idea or not? In most cases not, as great bands seem to be more than the sum of their parts. The Shins James Mercer has gone from being so much part of a band that when I saw them on an early tour he stood off to one side on stage  overshadowed by the key...view item »

Willie J Healey
People and Their Dogs

Described as 'quirky but cool' in the press release and that isn't too far from the truth. Saying that, I didn't understand that apparently 'cool' and 'quirky' were oxymoronic. A great release from the Oxford based singer-songwriter Wille J Healey under the title People and Their Dogs. This record is available on Vinyl ...view item »

Arcade Fire
Everything Now

Kings of the grandiose Arcade Fire return with their fifth studio album, four years after Reflektor. Produced by Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter, Steve Mackey from Pulp and Markus Dravs (Björk, Brian Eno...view item »

Various
Baby Driver (Music From The Motion Picture)

Here's the soundtrack to the 2017 action film starring Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx et al which pleasingly has a bunch of decent artist from the Beach Boys to Blur to Beck to T-Rex to 70s classics such as Focus and Golden Earring and the Commodores. Sort of like a slow day on Radio ...view item »

Declan McKenna
What Do You Think About the Car?

Oh lord he's going to be a star isn't he? Just look at that album sleeve. Please calm down ladies (and gents). On first listen his songs sound worryingly good. Tuneful indie-pop sitting somewhere between Jake Bugg and Mac De Marco. Tuneful and singalong enough to appeal to the youth but also plenty of self cocki...view item »

Bleachers
Gone Now

Jack Antonoff (previously of Fun. and Steel Train) went solo as Bleachers, writing for Taylor Swift’s 1989 and releasing his debut full length in 2014. Moving to Columbia for his sophomore album, Gone Now plays like a soundtrack to 80s fi...view item »

Willie J Healey
Greys

Greys is the first ‘physical’ release from Willie J Healey. This release sounds like a mix of space-rock inspired indie-rock that has been dipped in a Muse-esque alternative rock coating. A little bit daft and a little bit playful, this single is rel...view item »

Bob Dylan
Triplicate

Bob Dylan turns to the great American songbook in grand style with Triplicate, which contains a whole thirty reinterpretations of familiar favourites, spread over three discs. Each disc is a carefully arranged ten-track suite, and Dylan offers some laudably subtle insight into these standards. 3CD and 3...view item »

Kasabian
For Crying Out Loud

For Crying Out Loud is the latest release from the popular rock band, Kasabian. A much more mature approach to songwriting than their previous albums, this latest twelve-piece record gives genuine depth and a creative blend of psychedelic rock and indie plus a nod to Jeremy Clarkson. Available on Vinyl LP, deluxe edition CD and ...view item »

David Bowie
No Plan EP

So it turns out you didn't have to buy the Lazarus soundtrack to get these final recordings of David Bowie. It would be foolish not to release them in their own right as they are not only an important document of his last work but they are absolutely superb. The fact that they sound somewhat unfinished only increases th...view item »

Depeche Mode
Spirit

2017 is probably as good a year as any for bleak new material from long running dark pop trio Depeche Mode. These synth pop veterans still have a huge following and have here hooked up with producer James Ford (Arctic Monkeys etc) for some grandiose worrying about the state of the world. Nice to have them still around.  ...view item »

Bob Dylan
The Bootleg Series, Volumes 1-3 [Rare & Unreleased] 1961-1991

This is a massive collection of rare and unreleased material from Bob Dylan covering 1961 to 1991. This was initially pressed in 1991 but hasn’t been repressed until now. 58 tracks of missing magic, on 5 heavyweight vinyls, packaged as the Bootleg Years. A must for a collector or self professed diehard fans....view item »

Dams Of The West
Youngish American

Dams Of The West is in fact a solo project of Chris Tomson, better known as the drummer for none other than Vampire Weekend. Youngish American avoids the pitfalls of ‘drummer solo album’ very deftly, being a sweet suite of soulful pop music helmed by Tomson&...view item »

The Shins
Heartworms

Once brilliant, the Shins have remained purveyors of literate twisty guitar pop headed up by James Mercer's elasticated voice.  Though recent records have been shinier and slicker than the charming first couple of records they can usually be relied upon to add a few more tuneful earworms to the world's supply.  ...view item »

Grandaddy
Last Place

Rocking the beard look waaaaay before anyone else Grandaddy disappeared for far too long but are now back to remind us of their other worldly and grandiose take on Cosmic American Music. Lead track 'A Lost Machine' will whet your tastebuds if you think Mercury Rev never topped 'Deserters Songs' or if you wish ...view item »

A$AP Ferg
Always Strive and Prosper

A$AP FERG returns with his sophomore album, and 18 tracks of trap anthems for 2016. With three years since Trap Lord the A$AP crew aren’t slowing, but with Always Strive and Prosper Ferg brings a bucket load of collaborators, including Missy Elliott, Skrillex, Fut...view item »

Leonard Cohen
You Want It Darker

Released prior to his recent and extremely sad death, this is novelist-gone-songwriter Leonard Cohen's 14th studio album. You Want It Darker is not a question, and that is made very clear with the minimal title track having a low ominous choir and an imposing Cohen sounding closer to ...view item »

Loose Tapestries
N.H.S.

Loose Tapestries is the name of the collaboration between Kasabian’s Sergio Pizzorno and comedian Noel Fielding. N.H.S. includes barmy songs created for the second series of Fielding’s equally mental tv comedy show, Luxury Comedy. There was a previou...view item »

Depeche Mode
Black Celebration

Black Celebration is Depeche Mode's fifth album, and was originally released in 1986. It is regarded by many fans of the band as their zenith, and with good, disturbing cause: the dark sound that was nascent on Black Celebration's predecessors, Construction Time Again and Some Great Reward was...view item »

Depeche Mode
101

101 captures Depeche Mode at the very end of a colossally long 1989 tour (yep, 101 shows…) and at the peak of their powers. So that means an hour and a half of mega-hits played out to an adoring crowd, with bangers including ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’ and ‘People Are People’ in the mix....view item »

Kings Of Leon
Walls

The Kings Of Leon return in order to sell several hundreds of thousands more records: Walls ought to do the job perfectly. These fellas know how to make well polished rock music in their sleep by now (this is their seventh album), and this won’t disappoint the fans they’ve picked up. The cover art is a bit d...view item »

Various / David Bowie
Lazarus (Original Cast Recording)

Lazarus is the musical devised by David Bowie, and this release contains versions of his music as performed in the show. Plus, as you may well have heard, the set includes the final three studio recordings ever made by Bowie himself,...view item »

Daft Punk
Random Access Memories

I sometimes think we at Norman Records live in a parallel musical universe to the mainstream movers and shakers. So many albums praised to the hilt elsewhere get very short shrift among our ears. And I know you won’t believe me when we say we are NOT music snobs...well, not much. It’s happening time and time...view item »

St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Sea of Noise

Sea Of Noise is the second album from Birmingham, Alabama six-piece St. Paul & The Broken Bones. Their heartfelt brand of soul, blues, gospel and rock won many fans on their 2014 debut Half The City. Sea Of Noise is expected to produce a similar amount of sincere soulfulness that is ...view item »

Clams Casino
32 Levels

Famous for his massive beats that have been in songs by the likes of A$AP Rocky, Lil B and Vince Staples, Clams Casino is a force to be reckoned with. His sound is like the ocean: huge, wide and unstoppable. On 32 Levels, the rappers come to him: for his latest album he...view item »

Dave Gahan & Soulsavers
Angels & Ghosts

Hardcore Depeche Mode fans! We know you are out there, and in great numbers too. Your spiritual leader Dave Gahan has a new record out, collaborating with Soulsavers for the second time. They provide a dramatic backdrop for his studied drawl: Angels & Ghosts sounds nice and fresh, n...view item »

Bob Dylan
Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels is the thirty-seventh (!!!) studio album that Bob Dylan can count to his name, and it finds the gruff old wordsmith playing 12 cover versions. Dylan knows his way around the Great American Songbook, and he picks tunes b...view item »

Wild Belle
Dreamland

Wild Belle are a Chicago pair who infuse enough reggae influences into their electro-indie-pop music that they went ahead and recorded Dreamland, their second full-length album, in Jamaica. The record is more than ready to be played on the radio, but welcome little details (a...view item »

David Bowie
★ (Blackstar)

David Bowie has another new album out! The mysteriously titled ★, which is less mysteriously known as Blackstar is his first new material since the weird single Sue (or in a Season of Crime) in 2014 and first album since the brilliant The Next Day in 2013. ★ is available on CD and on vinyl wit...view item »

Bob Dylan
Melancholy Mood

Initially a tour-only 7" from what I imagine was a very low-key, DIY kinda Bob Dylan tour, "Melancholy Mood" sees its very own RSD release. This piece of wax generously donates four songs from the rock icon's upcoming record 'Fallen Angels', which will hopefully be good but no hard feelings if it ain't, right?...view item »

The Vaccines
What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?

This album really is very definitely the cat's arse!!What is it that the music media see in bands such as this?  It was bad enough when the NME was shouting about how good The Libertines were (they weren't), but this album really hits new lows.It's bad enough that the X-Factor-loving masses think that 'indie music' is embodied by ...view item »

Chairlift
Moth

Chairlift hail from Brooklyn and are an indie-pop/synth-pop duo comprised of multi-talented musicians and producers Caroline Polachek and Patrick Wimberly. Moth is their third album following Do You Inspire You (2008) and Something (2012). Moth features the single Ch-Ching and is avai...view item »

Passion Pit
Kindred

Happy-go-dancy indie rockers Passion Pit are finally back with a new album. Kindred is filled to the brim with high pitched vocals, joyful synthesizers and extremely energetic beats that carry the whole thing. Here’s hoping the album is up to the same level as 2009’s Manners. We are ready for a...view item »

The Vaccines
Handsome

They are not altogether bad the Vaccines are they? There are certainly worse crimes than writing insanely catchy pop tunes. This latest offering is the first thing to come from their upcoming album which is due in May. That's a long time to wait so get your fix now. The tune sorta sounds like what I imagine the Drums wish they s...view item »

Cage The Elephant
Tell Me I'm Pretty

Cage The Elephant return with their 4th full-length album, another set of sneery rock tracks. Tell Me I’m Pretty is a little bit blues-rock, a little bit garage-rock, and some of those guitar parts even hint at 70’s-esque classic-rock. And what a strong mixture all those different rocks make here. Out on Col...view item »

The Vaccines
Dream Lover

In advance of English Grafitti, their forthcoming new album, The Vaccines have laid out a sample track for you, in the form of this Dream Lover 7”. They’ve slowed down and spaced out a little since their earlier thrashings: they are still sounding pretty Vaccines-y though. And the v...view item »

Leonard Cohen
Popular Problems

Legendary songwriter and renowned (or at least published) poet Leonard Cohen has a new album out! It's called 'Popular Problems', and its release date coincides with Cohen's eightieth birthday, marking both a day of personal celebration and another milestone for Cohen -- it's the thirteenth record in his long career, though only his se...view item »

Manic Street Preachers
Send Away The Tigers - 10 Year Collectors Edition

Celebrate the tenth birthday of the later-period Manic Street Preachers classic Send Away The Tigers with these reissues on double LP and double CD plus DVD (house in a book) formats! As well as the original album, extra goodies include demos, B-sides, rare tracks and video of a 2007 Glastonbury set. Both editions out o...view item »

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