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Everything Everything

This isn't "riff rock" or anything resembling songs you can strum along to on an acoustic guitar around the campfire. Though the melodic factor is certainly high, and if you like a little adventure in your "pop" music, this is a breath of fresh air, especially at a time when creating original rock music is getting ever more difficult. It's as if...view item »

The Voidz

Ed Sheeran don't read this. Ariel Pink... hello. Nemesis of mainstream music and also RCA signing Julian Casablancas releases his latest treatise on whether or not Jimi Hendrix ...view item »

David Bowie
The Next Day

Aiming for comeback of the year before he was usurped by My Bloody Valentine, David Bowie delivers his first album in million years and you have to hand it to him, the silence has paid dividends. Had he been releasing albums and touring over...view item »

Coming Up For Air

Apparently looking to knock the pop heartthrobber crown off of Coldplay's shoulders, Kodaline are bringing their Vevo-approved second album to the masses via RCA on both CD and Vinyl formats. The singles point to a continuation of the sound of the past album, and we've got our money on this one catapulting them to stardom in a rocket made of Chr...view item »

Grizzly Bear
Painted Ruins

Praised ahead of schedule, I’ve always felt that Grizzly Bear’s best record has been growing in secret, waiting beyond the treeline. ‘Yellow House’, their loose, freaked out debut proper, gave way to a band of constant refinement and careful detailing, proof of Ed Droste’s and Daniel Rossen’s commitment to a s...view item »

Cage The Elephant

Cage The Elephant have risen up and got quite a big following for themselves. The group, who were originally from the US but now live in London, have released a massive twenty-one track double vinyl LP on RCA called Unpeeled that contains a fair few tracks from many different live shows all over the USA. ...view item »

Everything Everything
A Fever Dream

Manchester-based jittery popsters Everything Everything return with their fourth album and the follow up to 2015's ‘Get to Heaven’. Expect more polished but whip-smart electronic pop that somehow manages to be structurally interesting and playlist and dancefloor ready. Teaser track 'Can't Do' cert...view item »

Big Boi

Big Boi of Outkast fame brings his third full length solo album, and first in 5 years via RCA. On Boomiverse collaboration is key, and features works with Adam Levine, Killer Mike, Snoop Dogg, Gucci Mane, Kurupt, ...view item »

D'Angelo and The Vanguard
Black Messiah

Returning after an almost fourteen year absence, D’Angelo finally follows up his influential ‘Voodoo’. This is a politicised record of soul, funk and hip-hop hybrids, of daring lyrics combining eroticism and state-of-the-nation pleas and of warm R&B backing from his long-term band. The piec...view item »

Kings Of Leon
Waste A Moment / Muchacho

Here they are. A brand new record from Big Band. You can sing 'Sex On Fire' over the intro to this so hopefully that's enough to get people who like that liking this as well. What we have here is rock music made by committee with everything ticked off and in it's place. Big chorus? Yup got one of those. Gravelly vocals? Of Course. Hints of ...view item »

David Bowie
Who Can I Be Now? [1974 - 1976]

Who remembers David Bowie? Well in 1974 Bowie went to America and recorded a heap of albums including 'Diamond Dogs', 'Young Americans', 'Station To Station'. Well, they've all been collected here with a separate album full of all the singles and B sides from the era and 'The Gouster', previously unreleased as a concept album. &...view item »

Ghostbusters (2016): Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The big new Ghostbusters remake has a big new soundtrack, with exclusive material from an impressive array of popsters: Mark Ronson, 5 Seconds of Summer and Wolf Alice are among them. Plus 2 fresh collaborations, one of them between Passion Pit and A$AP Ferg...view item »

Laura Mvula
The Dreaming Room

The Dreaming Room is the second album by Birmingham-born soul, gospel and R&B singer/songwriter Laura Mvula. It is the follow-up to her impressive 2013 debut Sing To The Moon. The Dreaming Room features guest performances from Nile Rodgers and Wretch 32.Includes th...view item »

Walk The Moon
Walk The Moon

Walk the Moon, from what I can gather, are a horny bunch of guys, but they make some fun music. They are lyrically creative at times, repetitive at other times. The music has a fair amount of synth in the background, and they are upbeat and catchy. So even though I don't always care for their lyrics, the music is usually so darn catchy that it d...view item »

How Does It Feel?

Brooklyn-based indie-dance duo MS MR are onto their second album, which is what you see before you. How Does It Feel? has a bright, energetic aesthetic with a considerable amount of disco and synth-wave textures in play: their sound is well-primed for summer festival-tents, no doubt about it. On RCA....view item »

Foo Fighters
Sonic Highways

This year, Dave Grohl was commissioned to travel over the States and document different recording studios, investigating their own distinct sounds and personalities. HBO then turned the footage into 'Sonic Highways', following the band as they made their eighth, probably rawking, certainly growled and definitely guitar-slidin' record. This here ...view item »

A$AP Rocky

The great thing about this artist is he is unique. He openly references his influences, where he's not biting them, he's just taking them, combining them and taking them into the future. He isn't trying to be the next Nas here either, his talent isn't in storytelling or lyrical skills. Its in his flow, riding the beat, vocabulary, the way the wo...view item »

Laura Mvula
Sing To The Moon

I love hearing a choir belting out something melodic with energy whether its Mozart’s Requiem or The Brothers and Sisters singing Dylan’s Gospel so I was intrigued by Laura Mvula’s debut album. For most of this album, there’s no real ...view item »

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