First album from the electronica trio who won the BBC Sound of 2015 award.
An album that that shakes, shimmies and swings from the up and coming singer-songwriter.
Second album from the tea-loving folk singer, overseen by Mumford & Sons producer Rich Cooper.
Remix of a 1992 concept album from the Pink Floyd bassist. Inspired by Neil Postman’s book Amusing Ourselves to Death, where he argues that people become addicted to the technologies that take away their capacity to think.
Four years in the making, this album incorporates elements of reggae and hip-hop.