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Jose Gonzales - Vestiges & Claws
The third album from the Swedish singer and guitarist comes after an eight-year break to join the band Junip.
Pearls - Pretend You're Mine
The Melbourne trio drop their debut LP and it's a pearler - loaded full of hazy dream pop and 70's glam mannerisms.
Lady Antebellum - 747
A soaring album from the Nashville country superstars, produced by Dixie Chicks producer Paul Worley.
Placebo - Without You I'm Nothing
Re-releasing the UK alt rockers’ second album is part of a two-year celebration of the band’s 20th anniversary.
Phosphorescent - Live At The Music Hall
This live recording from Alabama native Matthew Houck is a three-LP, career-spanning set, recorded during a four-night stand at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn.
Tom Lark - Tom Lark
Christchurch's Tom Lark take you on a delightful alt-pop romp on his debut 5 track LP.
Mary Lambert - Heart On My Sleeve
Best known as the vocal on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' 'Same Love', the Seattle singer-songwriter and slam poet addresses themes of sexuality, body image and mental illness on her debut LP.