Albums of the Month - March 2023

24th March 2023

Posted in: Articles | Playlists

Our top picks of the latest albums to listen to every month, from pop to rap to rock. Our top choices this month will be a great addition to anyone’s record collection.

We have picked out our favourite songs from the albums below. Check out our March Songs of the Month playlist.

Listen on:  Spotify   Tidal


Voice Notes

Yazmin Lacey | On Your Own Records

The debut album from singer-songwriter Yazmin Lacey is uncategorisable, made up of many styles and influences. Voice Notes is a wonderful snapshot of the intimate parts of her own life. Talking about her method of communication on her latest record, she stated “For me, a voice note represents an immediate reaction to something,”. With a resurgent UK jazz scene, Yazmin Lacey has a fascinating future ahead of her.

Listen on:  Spotify   Tidal    Apple Music    Qobuz


So Much (For) Stardust

Fall Out Boy | Fueled By Ramen

Returning to their original record label Fueled By Ramen, American rockers Fall Out Boy are back for their eighth studio album. The hardcore veterans from Chicago are bringing their pop-punk roots back for their latest record, which is an epic from start to finish. With heavy guitars and thrashing drums, alongside distinctive vocals from lead Patrick Stump, So Much (For) Stardust is sure to be a fan favourite.

Listen on:  Spotify   Tidal    Apple Music    Qobuz


Red Moon In Venus

Kali Uchis | Geffen

With her blend of R&B and neo soul, Colombian American singer Kali Uchis stands above her peers as she introduces Red Moon In Venus. Despite being vulnerable, Uchis is vengeful as she delves into her love life on her third studio album, stating that “This body of work represents all levels of love”. With psychedelic soundscapes, blissful melodies and smooth jazz-pop, Uchis is the modern Latin soul diva.

Listen on:  Spotify   Tidal    Apple Music    Qobuz



Shana Cleveland | Hardly Art

A supernatural love album set in the California wilderness, Manzanita is Shana Cleveland’s most personal album yet. Following her breast cancer diagnosis, the American musician's third solo album switches to a slightly different sonic palette this time round. With downcast, Western-style acoustics and dazzling production, Cleveland’s breathy voice matched with her soft, but stunning vocals, is utterly captivating.

Listen on:  Spotify   Tidal    Apple Music    Qobuz



Haken | Inside Out Music

British progressive metal band Haken’s seventh studio album follows the theme of animal behaviour and its parallels to human behaviour. The band leaned heavily on American science fiction writer PKD for lyrical inspiration on Fauna. Though it still features soaring choruses, the tone is certainly more lighthearted than previous entries, with the band confirming their new musical direction, stating “This is a new era for Haken and we cannot wait to share it with all of you!”.

Listen on:  Spotify   Tidal    Apple Music    Qobuz


Check out more of our favourites