LA's Beachwood Sparks return after a decade long hiatus with an album steeped in the sounds of past masters.
Liars return with easily-pronounceable sixth album WIXIW, an electronic step forward steeped in the trademarks of old.
Did someone order a quintessential Marilyn Manson album? Coming right up. No, seriously, we have a shiny new copy to give away.
Beneath the gasps, accents and quirks of What We Saw From The Cheap Seats lies what is probably Regina Spector's most heartfelt work so far.
The Walkmen return with their sixth album, the much anticipated follow up to the 2010 release Lisbon.
More of the blissful same from the chaps who brought us Add It Up and I Won't Worry. Which is exactly what we wanted.
Yes, you are still allowed to like The Temper Trap, so dive right in to this fantastic offering of big sentiment and even bigger hooks.
Dublin rockers Kopek’s début album was a long time coming home to Irish shores, but it's been worth the wait.
A triumphant mix between the wild woman exuberance of Kate Bush and the mainlined pop of ‘80s Phil Collins. Honestly, that's a good thing.
Marina Diamandis has written some gorgeous, clever, affecting songs. The problem is that none of them are on Electra Heart.
Against Ireland’s culture of healthy trad, conventional rock and pedestrian pop, The Dying Seconds’ orchestral electronica comes rather close to aural relief.
Lo-fi funk with an understated cool, Coastal Grooves is an album for late-night chilling and headphone grooving.