Spring King – Tell Me If You Like To
Whipping up a frenetic, fun-filled brew of surf pop and garage rock, this Manchester quartet have been described by hyperbole-free-zone NME as "the most promising band of 2016".
Spring King - Rectifier
Band Of Horses – Why Are You OK
Band of Horses fifth album is produced by Jason Lytle and Rick Rubin. Unsurprisingly there's more than a hint of Grandaddy going on here which is no bad thing.
Band Of Horses - Casual Party
Garbage – Strange Little Birds
The sixth Garbage studio album draws on a variety of sources, from their recent fan letters back to the albums they listened to and loved while growing up. Echoes of the debut album abound.
Garbage - Empty
Rival Sons – Hollow Bones
Blues rock doesn't come much more blistering than this! In the words of frontman Jay Buchanan: "each record we've made has been part of a distillation toward revealing the band's essence. This record finally is the release of the unapologetic, wild beast that has long lived within the ribs of Rival Sons howling to be freed." I think he means it's good.
Rival Sons - Hollow Bones Pt. 1
Peter Bjorn and John – Breakin’ Point
The Swedish pop trio return with their first album in five years, very much in the vein of their best known whistling hit Young Folks. Likeable, catchy riffs with an ironic 80s air – summer fayre without being mindless.
Peter Bjorn and John - What You Talkin’ About