Step back in time to the peak of Maiden's eighties period with this satisfying, justified re-release.
Broken down into the sum of its parts, Imaginature is an album worth investigating. Put back together with some ballsy, out-there moments including a cheesy sax solo, HK119 should be demanding more attention.
Reznor, wife, and friends, offer up an album with enough of an identity of its own, making for an enjoyable trip though the apocalypse.
Kavinsky remains king of the modern retro electro genre with his first full length release.
The Thom Yorke fronted supergroup finally let their album out into the wild. The result is enjoyable, but underwhelming.
Thao and The Get Down Stay Down get down, and take us with them. Music to bake Rice Krispie buns to.
Once again, Frightened Rabbit have given us an album that's easy to listen to, and yet, as is the beauty with all harsh truths, occasionally difficult to hear.
The tenth album from morose-rock legends Eels is an uneven but worthwhile offering. Seán O'Toole reviews.
Indians moves from the back porch to the recording studio in a debut rich in warm tones but lacking in… just lacking.
A diligently crafted but uninspired set of understated acoustic-driven songs.
Galway classical/chamber pop star Julie Feeney releases her third album today, and we think it's the perfect time for it.
Older, wiser and not-so-nutty, Madness are back with an effortless collection of ska-inflected numbers that showcase a more mature side to their 2-Tone roots