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New music for March 2015

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BBC Introducing Presents... Volume 1 by Various Artists

Short movie by Laura Marling

Short movie by Laura Marling

Moving toward a much bigger and electric feel from her previous albums, this is a record to be loved rather than just critically admired.

Young Chasers by Circa Waves

Young chasers by Circa Waves

If you like The Strokes, The Libertines and indie guitar music this is one for you. Liverpudlian four-piece Circa Waves hark back to an era when the guitar was king.

Chaos and the calm by James Bay

Chaos and the calm by James Bay

As the Brits Critics Choice of 2015, this songwriter is tipped to follow in Sam Smith’s footsteps. Listen to him before he is huge.

Tracker by Mark Knopfler

Tracker by Mark Knopfler

Eighth solo album, with songs inspired by a wide range of subjects including Beryl Bainbridge and Basil Bunting.

Vulnicura by Bjork

Vulnicura by Bjork

Already leaked through iTunes, Bjork’s new album is rush released. Vulnicura is a break up album documenting her split from artist Matthew Barney.

BBC Introducing Presents… Volume 1 by Various Artists

BBC Introducing Presents... Volume 1 by Various Artists

All of the tracks were recorded live at BBC Introducing events around the UK including Maida Vale sessions and Introducing festival stages. Artists featured include Ed Sheeran, Jake Bugg and George Ezra.

Title by Meghan Trainor (Freegal)

Title by Meghan Trainor

Debut album featuring infectious single, All About That Bass, a playful, empowering and unapologetic pop anthem. This is a deluxe edition that includes four bonus tracks.

Shadows in the night by Bob Dylan (Freegal)

Shadows in the night by Bob Dylan

A selection of traditional pop standards including Some Enchanted Evening, I’m a Fool to Want You and The Night We Called It a Day. The album debuted at #1 in the UK Albums Chart.

Coming up for air by Kodaline (Freegal)

Coming up for air by Kodaline

Music isn’t just music for this Irish indie rock band. “It’s therapy,” says singer Steve Garrigan. Kodaline are now they’re hoping their music will provide therapy for others too. “Music should have a purpose, you know,” says Steve, “our purpose is honesty”.

Feeling Funky by Various Artists (Freegal)

Feeling Funky by Various Artists

Full of upbeat and funky pop songs to get you going. Key acts include Sam Smith, Pharrell Williams, and Meghan Trainor.

Voices by Various Artists (Freegal)

Voices by Various Artists

A round-up of some of the best pop tracks of 2014 from stars including Katy Perry, One Direction, and 2014’s X Factor winner Ben Haenow.

Brandon King

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