First all-new album from the former White Stripes frontman for nearly four years. Boarding House Reach was recorded in spartan surroundings with minimal distractions using the most basic instrumentation.
This album is inspired by Ezra’s travels. Places he stayed included a Norfolk pig farm and the Barcelona Airbnb that gives the LP its bizarre name. This is music to chase away the winter blues.
The Manics return with an album of songs mostly about people. Subjects include Dylan Thomas, David Bowie and street photographer Vivian Maier.
Debut album from the band at the centre of the ‘South London scene’. If you haven’t heard them before, expect post-punk vocals with country tinged guitar riffs.
Fourth album from the indie guitar band. This promises brash, bold, rock and roll songs that mix melancholy and euphoria.
Mark Everett returns with his trademark brutally honest lyrics and hummable tunes.
Jangly lo-fi pop from the Spanish indie outfit.
The country music legend turns 85 this year. The title is a humorous comment on recent rumours about his health.