Tuesday Update Sufjan Stevens, Massive Attack, M83, Efterklang, The Caretaker.

The Cosmic Dead, Mudhoney, LIFE, Cult of Luna, Roxy Girls, Nils Frahm, Hiss Golden Messenger, Melvins.


  • Massive Attack are huge fans of dub reggae, so it makes complete sense that dub legend Mad Professor reworks their masterpiece.
  • Sufjan Stevens has announced a new record with Timo Andres! Their score to ‘The Decalogue’ lands soon, including on a Deluxe Edition box set.
  • Hand-Picked Pre-Orders. Featuring. PJ Harvey, Danny Brown, XTC, The Fall, and more.

New music

  • M83 turns his attention from dreamy pop to Eno-esque instrumentals.
  • LIFE. These Hull post-punks really love their Heinz tomato soup.
  • Efterklang. The eclectic 4AD signed group return with their first in ages.
  • Liam Gallagher. Potentially a reference to Mario Balotelli’s infamous ‘Why Always Me?’ shirt?
  • The Cosmic Dead go one step further than Lana Del Ray with their new map of the UK...
  • Mudhoney take aim at the US political climate with a title which sounds like a breakfast talk show.
  • Pepo Galán. Fluid Audio once again show us the art of a beautiful CD package.
  • Chastity Belt return, re-energised and armed with a self-titled record.
  • Cult of Luna. Brooding, orchestrated post-metal from one of the genre’s most cherished acts.
  • Joe Armon-Jones. The London jazz scene key player unleashes an excitingly modern fusion LP.
  • Monolord. Heavy as hell, fuzzed-out psychedelic metal from the Gothenburg group.
  • Hand & Leg reference a Megadeth album. Still sounds completely unlike thrash metal though.
  • Andrew Combs switches a few of his guitars for some synths.
  • sir Was. I’d love to know what happened to sir Is and sir Am to be honest.
  • Molly Sarlé. Former Mountain wo-Man releases her debut following a karaoke enlightenment.
  • Hiss Golden Messenger. The prolific folkie returns with his fifth in under four years.
  • Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein. Three series in and things are still getting stranger.
  • Red Dead Redemption. Take your horse down the old town road with this score.
  • Fly Pan Am. The recently reunited experimental post-rockers return.
  • Giant Sand re-record an early fan favourite.
  • GUO. Daniel Blumberg once again teams up with Seymour Wright for more experimental jams.
  • Roxy Girls. Sunderland post-punk/new wave newcomers unleash a mini-LP.
  • Keane are back with their first in seven years.
  • Thurston Moore. Reflective and meditative instrumentals from the floppy haired alt. rock star.
  • Octo Octa. Ravetastic tunes from the exciting DJ.
  • Roland Kayn. 10CD set of ambient, drone and experimental electronic music.
  • Keiji Haino, Jim O’Rourke, Oren Ambarchi. I ran out of breath when trying to say the album title...
  • Nils Frahm teams up with Jay-Z. Kidding! It’s the third EP in his ‘Encores’ trilogy.
  • Rev Rev Rev. The Italian psychedelic shoegazers make some noise noise noise.
  • Brittany Howard. First album from the Alabama Shake.


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Featured albums

Sufjan Stevens & Timo Andres
Hand & Leg
Brittany Howard
Type O Negative
Pepo Galán
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Toby Wiltshire
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
The Cosmic Dead
Massive Attack
Rev Rev Rev
Nils Frahm
Fly Pan Am
Keiji Haino, Jim O’Rourke, Oren Ambarchi
Roland Kayn
Octo Octa
Joe Armon-Jones
Fumio Miyashita
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
Molly Sarlé
Chastity Belt
Giant Sand
Andrew Combs
Thurston Moore
Liam Gallagher
sir Was
Hiss Golden Messenger
Roxy Girls
Hiroshi Yoshimura
The Caretaker
Dusty Springfield
Scott Walker
Mount Kimbie
Neurosis & Jarboe