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Alex Highton

Nobody Knows Anything is a much more satisfying listen when in reflective mode, but it maintains a satisfying pace and lyrical intimacy throughout.


Opening with the distant ghostly vocals of lead-singer Lyubov, Everything Else Matters is a soothing and dynamic album.

Micah P. Hinson and the Gospel of Progress

Though much has changed for Hinson, still recovering from a near-fatal car accident, these songs have weathered the years with bittersweet grandeur and honesty.

Robin Williamson

Robin Williamson returns with his fourth album for ECM, adding to his solo The Seed-At-Zero and his group discs, Skirting the River Road and The Iron Stone.

The Wands

Danish psych duo The Wands deliver a colourful and confident debut album of acid rock, filled with light, haze and just a small amount of darkness.


Awash with colour, South London trio Dems unleash a brilliant debut in the form of the concise, emotive, Muscle Memory.

Rachael Dadd

An imaginative cluster of oddball pop that pursues spontaneity and contradiction at the very boundaries of the genre.

Hooray For Earth

Racy marks a significant step forward both in terms of sound and creation for Hooray for Earth, a process in which each member has been more actively involved.


Dublin-based artist Kormac releases his sophomore album, and achieves both cinematic and genre-hopping intrigue.

Anja Lechner & François Couturier

Combining Anja Lechner’s classical ear with François Couturier’s jazz background, the album makes for a unique listen.

We Were Promised Jetpacks

We Were Promised Jetpacks isn’t a band that wants you to listen, it is a band that knows it will effortlessly have your attention.


This Is All Yours is astounding and lives up to the brilliance of the 2012’s Mercury Award-winning An Awesome Wave.


Bahamas returns with a collection of songs that bear all the hallmarks of a composer comfortable in his own skin.

Faded Paper Figures

From the opening electronic notes of Breathing  to the heavy drum beats of Not the End of the World, the album features catchy hook after hook.

The Moons

The Moons’ Mindwaves sees the foursome dive headfirst into rock ‘n’ roll’s dressing-up box in pursuit of the quintessential pop song.

Morton Valence

Soft riffs and pain you can sing along to is the order of the day, as Left ambles through 15 songs of gentle storytelling.

Keith Jarrett & Charlie Haden

Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden reunite for the beautifully seductive Last Dance. Primarily comprising of new material, the album still finds room for the duo to build on some of Jasmine’s songs.

Woman’s Hour

Conversations takes the listener on a journey, down long, straight roads into a period of introspection.

The Voluntary Butler Scheme

One-man powerhouse Rob Jones returns for his third full-length album, rather charming and doting, jam-packed with meandering guitar melodies.


A haunting record, Abandoned City isn’t just about capturing the vibe of the cities left behind; it’s concerned with working out what loneliness means.

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