Pre-Sale Tickets: Catherine Tate

Catherine Tate

The award-winning comedian will bring The Catherine Tate Show Live show to London’s West End Wyndham Theatre for limited run of seven shows opening on January 7. The final day of the run will roll out matinee and evening shows.

Pre-sale tickets are on sale now. General sale begins at 10:30am on October 18.

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Pre-Sale Tickets: Rival Sons, Hans Zimmer, Tommy Emmanuel And Sheridan Smith

Rival Sons

Following up the release of Do Your Worst, the first single from a new LP due next year, Rival Sons have lined up stops in Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham and London for early 2019.

Pre-sale opens at 10am on October 18. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on October 19, while the Sheepdogs will open.

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Hans Zimmer

Hans Zimmer will bring his new show to some of the UK’s biggest venues in spring, with shows confirmed at Manchester Arena, Birmingham Arena, Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, London’s SSE Arena Wembley and Dublin 3Arena between March 20 and 25.

Pre-Sale tickets are on sale now. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on October 19.

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Tommy Emmanuel

The Australian Grammy-nominated guitarist, composer and performer will play spring shows in Perth, Coventry, Shrewsbury, Salisbury, London, Sheffield, Manchester, Cambridge with special guest J.D Simo who will be performing a solo set on all shows.

Pre-sale tickets are available now. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on October 19.

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Sheridan Smith

The actress, singer and theatre star, who will release ‘A Northern Soul’ on November 2, will perform at London’s O2 Arena on March 30.

Pre-Sale Tickets go on sale at 9am on October 18, prior to general sale at 9am on October 19.

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Tour Of The Week: Mumford And Sons Line Up Autumn UK Dates For International Delta Tour

Mumford and Sons have announced a world tour ahead of the release of their fourth album, ‘Delta’. Mumford and Sons tickets are on sale now, priced from £37.50/£49.50 plus fees.

With stops planned across the UK and Ireland throughout November, including a London show at the O2 Arena, the band will also travel North America, Australia, New Zealand and continental Europe into spring 2019.

The tour will mark the band’s biggest since their formation 10 years ago and will see them performing on a new state-of-the-art stage stretching across the middle of the room. Maggie Rogers will provide support at shows in the UK and US while Michael Kiwanuka will play in Australia.

Having already shared the record’s lead single, Guiding Light, the band will release the follow up to 2015’s ‘Wilder Mind’ on November 16 through Gentlemen of the Road/Island Records. It was produced by Paul Epworth in London.

Mumford and Sons Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri November 16 2018 – DUBLIN 3 Arena (Ireland)
Sun November 18 2018 – BELFAST SSE Arena (United Kingdom)
Tue November 20 2018 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro (United Kingdom)
Wed November 21 2018 – MANCHESTER Manchester Arena (United Kingdom)
Fri November 23 2018 – BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena (United Kingdom)
Sat November 24 2018 – SHEFFIELD FlyDSA Arena (United Kingdom)
Sun November 25 2018 – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Metro Radio Arena (United Kingdom)
Tue November 27 2018 – NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena (United Kingdom)
Wed November 28 2018 – CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena (United Kingdom)
Thu November 29 2018 – LONDON O2 Arena (United Kingdom)
Sat December 01 2018 – LEEDS first direct Arena (United Kingdom)
Sun December 02 2018 – LIVERPOOL Echo Arena (United Kingdom)
Fri December 07 2018 – PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania – Wells Fargo Center (USA)
Sun December 09 2018 – BOSTON Massachusetts – TD Garden (USA)
Mon December 10 2018 – NEW YORK New York – Madison Square Garden (USA)
Fri December 14 2018 – WASHINGTON District Of Columbia – Capital One Arena (USA)
Mon December 17 2018 – TORONTO ON – Scotiabank Arena (Canada)
Sat January 12 2019 – AUCKLAND Western Springs Outer Fields (New Zealand)
Tue January 15 2019 – BRISBANE Entertainment Centre (Australia)
Fri January 18 2019 – SYDNEY Qudos Bank Arena (Australia)
Tue January 22 2019 – MELBOURNE Sidney Myer Music Bowl (Australia)
Thu January 24 2019 – ADELAIDE Entertainment Centre (Australia)
Sun January 27 2019 – PERTH RAC Arena (Australia)
Wed February 27 2019 – PROVIDENCE Maine – Dunkin Donuts Center (USA)
Thu February 28 2019 – HARTFORD Connecticut – XL Center (USA)
Sat March 02 2019 – ALBANY New York – Times Union Center (USA)
Mon March 04 2019 – MONTREAL QC – Bell Centre (Canada)
Tue March 05 2019 – OTTAWA ON – Canadian Tire Center (Canada)
Fri March 08 2019 – BUFFALO New York – Keybank Center (USA)
Sat March 09 2019 – CLEVELAND Ohio – Quicken Loans Arena (USA)
Mon March 11 2019 – COLUMBUS Ohio – Nationwide Arena (USA)
Tue March 12 2019 – LEXINGTON North Carolina – Rupp Arena (USA)
Thu March 14 2019 – PITTSBURGH Pennsylvania – PPG Paints Arena (USA)
Sat March 16 2019 – CHARLOTTESVILLE Virginia – John Paul Jones Arena (USA)
Sun March 17 2019 – RALEIGH North Carolina – PNC Arena (USA)
Mon March 18 2019 – CHARLESTON South Carolina – North Charleston Coliseum (USA)
Wed March 20 2019 – ATLANTA Georgia – State Farm Arena (USA)
Fri March 22 2019 – NASHVILLE Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena (USA)
Sat March 23 2019 – BIRMINGHAM AL Alabama – BJCC (USA)
Mon March 25 2019 – INDIANAPOLIS Indiana – Bankers Life Field House (USA)
Wed March 27 2019 – DETROIT Michigan – Little Caesars Arena (USA)
Fri March 29 2019 – CHICAGO Michigan – United Center (USA)
Sat March 30 2019 – MADISON Wisconsin – Kohl Center (USA)
Sun March 31 2019 – MILWAUKEE Wisconsin – Fiserv Forum (USA)
Thu April 25 2019 – LISBON Altice Arena (Portugal)
Sat April 27 2019 – BARCELONA Palau Sant Jordi (Spain)
Mon April 29 2019 – MILAN Medialanum Forum (Italy)
Wed May 01 2019 – MUNICH Olympiahalle (Germany)
Fri May 03 2019 – VIENNA Stadthalle (Austria)
Sun May 05 2019 – BASEL St. Jakobshalle (Switzerland)
Tue May 07 2019 – PARIS Zenith (France)
Wed May 08 2019 – LUXEMBOURG Rockhal (Luxembourg)
Thu May 09 2019 – AMSTERDAM Ziggo Dome (Netherlands)
Sat May 11 2019 – BERLIN Mercedes Benz Arena (Germany)
Mon May 13 2019 – FRANKFURT Festhalle (Germany)
Wed May 15 2019 – COLOGNE Lanxess Arena (Germany)
Fri May 17 2019 – COPENHAGEN Royal Arena (Denmark)
Sat May 18 2019 – GOTHENBURG Scandinavium (Sweden)
Sun May 19 2019 – OSLO Spektrum (Norway)
Tue May 21 2019 – STOCKHOLM Ericsson Globe (Sweden)

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This Week’s New Releases: John Grant, Kurt Vile And Quavo

With talks of hurricanes hitting the UK it’s time to hole up in the house with some new records. And this week there’s plenty on offer. John Grant has put out the follow up to 2015’s ‘Grey Tickles, Black Pressure’, Kurt Vile has released LP #8 and Quavo has taken a step away from Migos for just long enough to release his solo project, ‘Quavo Huncho’.

Atreyu – ‘In Our Wake’ (Spinefarm Records)

Basement – ‘Beside Myself’ (Warner Brothers/Fueled By Ramen/Run For Cover)

Belly – ‘Immigrant’ (Roc Nation Records)

The Bottle Rockets – ‘Bit Logic’ (Bloodshot Records)

Broncho – ‘Bad Behavior’ (Park The Van Records)

Calvin Johnson – ‘A Wonderful Beast’ (K Records)

Colter Wall – ‘Songs Of The Plains’ (Young Mary’s Record Co.)

Connan Mockasin – ‘Jassbusters’ (Mexican Summer)

The Dodos – ‘Certainty Waves’ (Polyvinyl Records)

Elvis Costello & The Imposters – ‘Look Now’ (Concord Records)

Eric Clapton – ‘Happy Xmas’ (Polydor Records)

Jaakko Eino Kalevi – ‘Out Of Touch’ (Weird World)

Jess Glynne – ‘Always In Between’ (Atlantic Records)

John Grant – ‘Love is Magic’ (Bella Union)

John Hiatt – ‘The Eclipse Sessions’ (New West Records)

Justin Courtney Pierre – ‘In The Drink’ (Epitaph)

Kurt Vile – ‘Bottle It In’ (Matador)

Martin Barre – ‘Roads Less Travelled’ (Cleopatra Records)

Matthew Dear – ‘Bunny’ (Ghostly International)

Nazareth – ‘Tattooed On My Brain’ (Frontiers Records)

Parcels – ‘Parcels’ (Kitsuné Musique)

Polyphia – ‘New Levels New Devils’ (Rude Records)

Primal Scream – ‘Give Out But Don’t Give Up: The Original Memphis Sessions’ (Sony)

Quavo – ‘Quavo Huncho’ (Quality Control Music/Motown Records/Capitol Records)

Tom Morello – ‘The Atlas Underground’ (BMG)

Valley Maker – ‘Rhododendron’ (Frenchkiss Records)

The Watson Twins – ‘Duo’ (The Watson Twins)

William Basinski and Lawrence English – ‘Selva Oscura’ (Temporary Residence Ltd)

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Video Of The Week: The Dirty Nil Live The Dream In That’s What Heaven Feels Like

The Dirty Nil have unveiled a ridiculous video for That’s What Heaven Feels Like.

The grunge-infested track is lifted from the Canadian rock trio’s excellent second studio album, ‘Master Volume’, a love letter to old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll, which arrived last month via Dine Alone Records.

Directed by Victor Malang and Mitch Barnes, the new visual finds the band riding around on Segways, ripping guitar solos and eating ice cream with dogs. The dream, right? A stark contrast to tearing your way through the world’s grimiest basements and loudest clubs for years, something the were familiar with before the follow up 2016’s ‘Higher Power’ multiplied their sound to stadium-filling, nosebleed-reaching dimensions. Head here to find out what guitarist and vocalist Luke Bentham had to say about the band and the record prior to its release.

“A lot of it is the music we grew up on: the Who, the MC5, and Refused videos. Most of my favourite rock ‘n’ roll bands have that grin to them, even the dark stuff. I always connected with that. We came from a scene where there were a lot of sad pricks on stage trying to be Nick Cave. It doesn’t work unless you’re Nick Cave. There are a million different ways to have fun, but that seemed the most natural one to us. We love being up there.”

The band were in the UK last month for tour dates supporting the album’s release. They hit the road in North America later this month for dates throughout the autumn. Tickets are on sale now.

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Things We Love This Week: Loyle Carner, Super Furry Animals, Paul McCartney, Record Store Day

What do we love? THINGS! When do we want them? THIS WEEK!

Right you are.

Loyle Carner – Ottolenghi

In the words of a random YouTube commenter: “Goosebumps alert”. This track is so laid-back you’ll be setting your recliner to maximum tilt to let the crazy smooth vibes wash over you. Muted synth piano chords lead the way, with Carner’s deep and soothing bars helming the verse and the calming influence of Jordan Rakei on the chorus. Just a simple tune about riding the train. Awesome. Oh, and the video has some really nice dogs in it if that’s your thing. It’s mine.

Super Furry Animals’ Fur

The Welsh alternative band have announced the release of ‘Super Furry Animals at the BBC’. But wait, there’s more. In 2003, the band put out Golden Retriever, the video for which saw Gryff Rhys and co don Yeti outfits. Clippings of this Yeti fur will be pressed into 100 copies of limited edition vinyl. What?! Here’s an artist’s impression. Gross.

Additionally, genuine stage-worn Yeti fur will be embedded into 500 numbered bonus hand stamped envelopes. Yup.

Paul McCartney – Come On To Me Video

Here’s one to get you through Friday and into the weekend. This is Fred. He’s a security guard. Watch him boogie his way through the shopping centre along to Macca’s latest single from ‘Egypt Station’. Everyone should be as happy as Fred. He is my idol now.

Record Store Black Friday Releases

Record Store Day is held in April, however as per the last decade or so, the organisers have put together another list of exclusive releases for Black Friday (and for the first time this year what they’re calling Small Business Saturday, to encourage spending at your local record store).

The list is a long one, and includes the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Blue Oyster Cult, Mamas and Papas, Manchester Orchestra, Rage Against the Machine, Outkast, Taylor Swift and even that cover of Toto’s Africa by Weezer, obviously. Head here for the full collection. Get ready to start your Christmas list.

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Top Tickets This Week: Mumford And Sons, Richard Ashcroft, Olly Murs, Post Malone, Ed Sheeran, Muse, Lana Del Rey, Fastlove: A Tribute To George Michael, Gladys Knight and more

Mumford and Sons

Mumford and Sons will support their upcoming fourth album, ‘Delta’, with stops across the UK and Ireland throughout November including a London show at the O2 Arena. The band also travel North America, Australia, New Zealand and continental Europe into spring 2019. Tickets go on sale at 9am local time on October 12.

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Richard Ashcroft

Richard Ashcroft will hit the road for a UK tour next spring, calling in Portsmouth, Cardiff, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Hull, Birmingham, Doncaster, Leicester and London between April 19 and May 5. The former Verve frontman, who is touring behind his fifth solo album, ‘Natural Rebel’, out on October 19, also has a string of previously confirmed shows lined up for the autumn. Tickets for the spring dates go on sale at 9.30am on October 12.

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Olly Murs

The pop giant will support the release of his upcoming album, ‘You Know I Know’, out on November 9, with a massive arena tour in May and June, including a date at Gloucerster’s Kingsholm Stadium and two London shows at the O2 Arena. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on October 12.

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Post Malone

The American vocalist, who released ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’ in April, has lined up spring dates in Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester and London, where he will perform at the O2 Arena. He will also play shows throughout Europe between February 22 and March 11. Tickets go on general sale from 9am on October 12.

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Ed Sheeran

Sheeran will wrap up his record-breaking Divide tour at Ipswich’s Chantry Park on August 26, following three previously announced homecoming shows at the venue alongside two dates at Leeds’ Roundhay Park. Tickets for the final date will go on sale at 10am on October 12.

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The rock trio, whose upcoming album ‘Simulation Theory’ is out on November 9, will play the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London on December 3. The charity show will benefit the Prince’s Trust, with general sale beginning at 9am on October 12.

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Lana Del Rey

The singer, who recently returned with new tracks Mariners Apartment Complex and Venice Bitch, will perform at Dublin’s Malahide Castle on June 22. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on October 12.

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Fastlove: A Tribute To George Michael

Direct from London’s West End, tribute act Joseph Sansome, aka Fastlove, will bring to life a respectful and moving tribute to the late great George Michael at 14 specially selected shows. The concerts are promised to be bigger than ever, featuring new songs, video walls and George Michael’s very own saxophonist, Ed Barker, performing songs including I Can’t Make You Love Me and I Knew You Were Waiting, Careless Whisper, Outside, One More Try and I’m Your Man!

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Gladys Knight

The soul legend will follow up her previously announced shows in Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, London, Bournemouth, Nottingham and Glasgow, with stops at Liverpool’s EchoTwo arena on July 3 and Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena the following day. Tickets for the new dates go on sale at 9am on October 12.

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Also announced this week:

The Cure, Marillion, George Ezra, Joe Jackson, Band of Skulls, Ward Thomas, Cub Sport, The Vamps, Hobo Johnson, Greywind, Beans on Toast, Wreckless Eric, Simply Dylan, The Undertones, Radkey, The Wailers, Sundara Karma, 10cc, Electric Six, Octavian, Brass Against, Ry X, Decapitated, Greta Van Fleet, The Bootleg Beatles, Leo Sayer, Circa Waves, P.O.D., Alien Ant Farm, Ricky Gervais, Emarosa, Chastity, Giorgio Moroder, Chip, Du Blonde, Alex Vargas, Kris Barras Band and more. Head here for more information and to find your tickets.

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Tour Of The Week: The Eagles

The Eagles will return to the UK and Ireland for a handful of huge shows in June and July next year. The Eagles tickets are on sale now, priced from £70.00 plus booking fees.

The legendary rock band, now comprising Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey, have confirmed shows at London’s Wembley Stadium, Manchester Arena, Birmingham Arena, Liverpool’s Echo Arena, Leeds’ First Direct Arena, Glasgow’s SSE Hydro and two dates at Dublin’s 3Arena. The UK and Ireland leg will follow a string of shows across continental Europe.

The world tour will find the band performing classics spanning their entire career, including Hotel California, One of These Nights, Life in the Fast Lane, Desperado and many more, with the quintet currently touring across North America before a run of recently announced shows in Australia and New Zealand early in the new year.

The Eagles Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue October 09 2018 – NEW YORK New York – Madison Square Garden (USA)
Wed October 10 2018 – NEW YORK New York – Madison Square Garden (USA)
Fri October 12 2018 – NEWARK New Jersey – Prudential Center (USA)
Sun October 14 2018 – DETROIT Michigan – Little Caesars Arena (USA)
Mon October 15 2018 – CHICAGO Illinois – United Center (USA)
Thu October 18 2018 – MILWAUKEE Wisconsin – Fiserv Forum (USA)
Sat October 20 2018 – CLEVELAND Ohio – Quicken Loans Arena (USA)
Fri December 07 2018 – HONOLULU Hawaii – Aloha Stadium (USA)
Tue February 26 2019 – AUCKLAND Spark Arena (New Zealand)
Sat March 02 2019 – DUNEDIN Forsyth Barr Stadium (New Zealand)
Tue March 05 2019 – MELBOURNE Rod Laver Arena (Australia)
Sat March 09 2019 – BRISBANE Entertainment Centre (Australia)
Wed March 13 2019 – SYDNEY Qudos Bank Arena (Australia)
Sun May 26 2019 – ANTWERP Sportpaleis (Belgium)
Tue May 28 2019 – COLOGNE Lanxess Arena (Germany)
Thu May 30 2019 – MUNICH Olympiahalle (Germany)
Mon June 03 2019 – AMSTERDAM Ziggo Dome (Netherlands)
Wed June 05 2019 – ZURICH Hallenstadion (Switzerland)
Sat June 08 2019 – STOCKHOLM Tele2 Arena (SE)
Mon June 10 2019 – COPENHAGEN Royal Arena (Denmark)
Sun June 23 2019 – LONDON Wembley Stadium (United Kingdom)
Wed June 26 2019 – MANCHESTER Arena (United Kingdom)
Fri June 28 2019 – BIRMINGHAM Arena Birmingham (United Kingdom)
Sun June 30 2019 – LIVERPOOL Liverpool Echo Arena (United Kingdom)
Tue July 02 2019 – LEEDS first direct Arena (United Kingdom)
Thu July 04 2019 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro (United Kingdom)
Sat July 06 2019 – DUBLIN 3Arena (Ireland)
Mon July 08 2019 – DUBLIN 3Arena (Ireland)

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Things We Love This Week: Kurt Vile, Ruby Throat, Phoebe Bridgers

Hi! Today is Friday (YES), and that means only one thing for the next 10 minutes or so – you’ll be here, reading me going on about some songs and things. Enjoy.

Kurt Vile – One Trick Ponies

Imagine going for a walk on a summer’s evening. It’s still warm out, the sun starts to set and you’re hanging out with your best friends with a can in hand. That is what this song sounds like. Sweet, carefree and easy-going, Vile has done it again with his unique, laidback style of alt-country. Harmonies are provided by Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa and Farmer Dave Scher, but the need for some Courtney Barnett lilts is inescapable after their collab last year.

Ruby Throat – Dog Song

Katie Jane Garside, who has previously fronted Daisy Chainsaw and QueenAdreena, has spent four years travelling the world on a boat named Iona.

During her time spent at sea, she wrote Dog Song with Chris Whittingham, which has a dark, folky feel with soft guitars throughout, before her searing vocals take over during the chorus. Bring on the noise.

She’ll put out ‘Stone Dress’ as Ruby Throat on November 9.

Phoebe Bridgers – It’ll All Work Out

This week, Bridgers released a deluxe edition of her debut album, ‘Stranger In The Alps’. This week also marks a year since the passing of Tom Petty. Get your ears ready for the most touching crossover episode ever. 

The deluxe version of her album also includes a reprise of Smoke Signals and the demo for Motion Sickness, which sees a far more pared-back, folk sound. It’s beautiful.

Oh god, Theresa May

She is the dancing queen. Feel the beat of that tambourine, T.

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This Week’s New Releases: Twenty One Pilots, You Me At Six And Cat Power

This week you really are spoilt for choice. Twenty One Pilots have finally followed up 2015’s ‘Blurryface’, You Me At Six have released LP #6 and Cat Power has put out a new record.

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Adrianne Lenker – ‘abysskiss’ (Saddle Creek)

Ancient Shapes – ‘Silent Rave’ (You’ve Changed Records)

AlunaGeorge – ‘Champagne Eyes’ EP (AlunaGeorge)

Atmosphere – ‘Mi Vida Local’ (Rhymesayers)

Behemoth – ‘I Loved You At Your Darkest’ (Nuclear Blast)

Black Peaks – ‘All That Divides’ (Rise Records/BMG)

Cat Power – ‘Wanderer’ (Domino)

City and Colour – ‘Guide Me Back Home’ (Still Records)

Coheed and Cambria – ‘The Unheavenly Creatures’ (Roadrunner)

Cursive – ‘Vitriola’ (Big Scary Monsters)

Doyle Bramhall II – ‘Shades’ (Provogue Records)

Echo & the Bunnymen – ‘The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon’ (BMG)

Electric Six – ‘Bride Of The Devil’ (Metropolis Records)

Eric Church – ‘Desperate Man’ (EMI)

Estrons – ‘You Say I’m Too Much, I Say You’re Not Enough’ (The Orchard/Gofod Records)

Fucked Up – ‘Dose Your Dreams’ (Merge)

Ghostface Killah – ‘The Lost Tapes’ (X-Ray Records)

High On Fire – ‘Electric Messiah’ (eOne Music)

Hugh Cornwell – ‘Monster’ (Sony)

Ice Nine Kills – ‘The Silver Scream’ (Fearless Records)

Jerusalem in My Heart – ‘Daqa’iq Tudaiq’ (Constellation)

JR Harbidge – ‘First Ray Of Light’ (Mob Acoustic via Absolute)

Kenny Allstar – ‘Block Diaries’ (Locked In/Star Work/Columbia)

Kristin Hersh – ‘Possible Dust Clouds’ (Fire Records)

KT Tunstall – ‘Wax’ (Virgin)

Madeline Kenney – ‘Perfect Shapes’ (Carpark Records)

Marie Davidson – ‘Working Class Woman’ (Ninja Tune)

Matt Nathanson – ‘Sings His Sad Heart’ (Acrobat Records)

mewithoutYou – ‘[Untitled]’ (Big Scary Monsters)

Molly Burch – ‘First Flower’ (Captured Tracks)

Petite Noir – ‘La Maison Noir/The Black House’ (Roya)

Phosphorescent – ‘C’est La Vie’ (Dead Oceans)

Ron Gallo – ‘Stardust Birthday Party’ (New West)

Steve Perry – ‘Traces’ (Fantasy Records)

Swearin’ – ‘Fall Into the Sun’ (Merge)

Sylar – ‘Seasons’ (Hopeless Records)

Tall Heights – ‘Pretty Colors For Your Actions’ (Masterworks)

T.I. – ‘Dime Trap’ (Epic Records)

Tokyo Police Club – ‘TPC’ (Dine Alone)

Twenty One Pilots – ‘Trench’ (Fueled By Ramen)

Various Artists (Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper and cast) – ‘A Star Is Born’ Soundtrack (Universal)

Will Hoge – ‘My American Dream’ (EDLO Records/Thirty Tigers)

Windhand – ‘Eternal Return’ (Relapse Records)

You Me at Six – ‘VI’ (Underdog/AWAL)

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