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New music for January 2015

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Another day, Another time. Celebrating the Music of Inside Llewyn Davis by Various Artists

Another day, Another time. Celebrating the Music of Inside Llewyn Davis by Various Artists

Another day, Another time. Celebrating the Music of Inside Llewyn Davis by Various Artists

This unique New York City Town Hall concert was recorded live in honour of the film Inside Llewyn Davis. Artists who performed on the film’s soundtrack play old and new songs in the concert.

Uptown Special by Mark Ronson

Uptown Special by Mark Ronson

Inspired by the 1990’s New York hip-hop scene, this album features the likes of Bruno Mars and Stevie Wonder.

Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance by Belle & Sebastian

Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance by Belle & Sebastian

Indie legends return with their uptempo ninth studio album.

Modern Blues by The Waterboys

Modern Blues by The Waterboys

Expect catchy choruses and great riffs from the folk-rock band, who recorded this album in Nashville.

Doolittle 25 by Pixies

Doolittle 25 by Pixies

Highly influential classic album including demos, b-sides and the Peel sessions.

Never Been Better by Olly Murs (Freegal)

Never Been Better by Olly Murs

Fourth album featuring the guest performers such as Travie McCoy and Demi Lovato. This deluxe edition includes four bonus tracks.

Now That’s What I Call a Party by Various Artists (Freegal)

Now That's What I Call a Party by Various Artists

62 track, ‘all in one place’ round-up of dance tracks, huge remixes and 34 chart-topping number ones.

A Musical Affair: Live in Japan by Il Divo (Freegal)

A Musical Affair: Live in Japan by Il Divo

Recorded on the Japanese leg of their 2014 tour, the operatic pop group perform with guest Lea Salonga.

Winter Warmers by Various Artists (Freegal)

Winter Warmers by Various Artists

Warm up with some of the year’s biggest hits from artists including Coldplay, Pharrell Williams and Ed Sheeran.

Brandon King

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