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Alexandra Savior
The Archer

Coming nearly three years after her well-received debut album Belladonna of Sadness, 2020 sees the release of Alexandra Savior’s sophomore effort The Archer, trailed by its lead single ‘Crying All The Time’ released in the summer. Prepare yourself for another serving of her highly literate and emotionally sharp songwriting style. 
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Adam Green
Engine of Paradise

With mouth on permanent droopy open mode Adam Green has enjoyed a long and varied career since he formed the Moldy Peaches with Kimya Dawson in the mid '90s. His most recent solo work was a film interpretation of Aladdin in which the cast were all made of papier mache. His 10th solo album Engine of Paradise is perhaps less loopy concerning itself with ruminations on life and the afterlife. He occasional knocks great songs right out of the park so as always this will be an essential listen. 
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The Babe Rainbow
Today

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Baby Driver Volume 2: The Score For A Score

I suppose one of the benefits of making a film so deeply grounded in its soundtrack that you can release something called The Score for a Score. Whatever that means, this records has more music from Edgar Wright's well edited film, as well as remixes and Steven Price's unreleased score. 
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The Babe Rainbow
The Babe Rainbow

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Daniele Luppi & Parquet Courts
Milano

New from Italian composer Daniele Luppi, whose 2011 album featured Danger Mouse, Jack White and Norah Jones. This time round, Luppi has enlisted droll indie rockers Parquet Courts (who have also provided some of the artwork for the project) and Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Inspired by 1980s Milan, Milano is another creative album featuring well-loved indie favourites.
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Various
Resistance Radio: The Man in the High Castle Album

Inspired by the new TV series The Man In The High Castle, based on Philip K. Dick’s book of the same name based in an alternate 1962 where the allies lost the war, Danger Mouse and Sam Cohen enlisted several artists to rework classic tracks in a darker, underground radio fashion. Artists include Beck, Norah Jones, the Shins and sharon Van Etten.
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Big Search
Life Dollars

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Autolux
Soft Scene

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