Albums of the Month - March 2024

22nd March 2024

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.

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There Goes The Neighbourhood

Kid Kapichi | Spinefarm

English rock band Kid Kapichi introduce There Goes The Neighborhood, their third studio album. Comparing the style to their previous album, Jack Wilson said it was “lyrically and musically more concise, meaningful and well thought out”. The punk quartet from Hastings are infectious, with their punchy tunes and droning guitars. Its clear from the first track that there is a lot of raw emotion, as the group bluntly portray the state of the world from their eyes, which will resonate with many. Angry, brutally honest, and a lot of fun.

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Playing Favorites

Sheer Mag | Third Man Records

Playing Favorites is the masterfully constructed third studio album by American band Sheer Mag. Singer Tina Halladay declared their goal to have an album that puts "huge, catchy songwriting front and centre”. Full of incredible vocal harmonies, colossal hooks and shredding guitars, their retro influences shine through, with plenty of groove and swagger across each of the 11 tracks. On their first studio release in five years, the dynamic Philadelphia rockers dont over-complicate things, and have easily produced their best work yet.

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How To Make A Master Peace

Master Peace | PMR Records

New-wave indie artist Master Peace bursts onto the scene in style on his debit album How To Make A Master Peace. With influences from the likes of Friendly Fires, Justice and LCD Soundsystem, his charismatic and confident voice is full of spirit and energy. The moniker of Peace Okezie, Peace set out to create a soundscape to soundtrack nightlife and partying and the impact he has had across different genre boundaries is undeniable. This is the start of what’s clear to be a long and highly successful journey.

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Audio Vertigo

Elbow | Polydor Records

Returning for their highly-anticipated tenth studio album, English rock band Elbow change it up on Audio Vertigo. Lead singer Guy Garvey said their latest record “is both more direct and sonically varied by purpose than its predecessor.” Though more aggressive than the slow-building sounds of 2021’s Flying Dream 1, it’s just as uplifting, and deepens with every listen. With smooth, subtle bass lines and pulsating rhythms, it’s a phenomenal record. One of the great bands of the last twenty years, Elbow aren’t slowing down anytime soon.

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Amaro Freitas | Psychic Hotline

Pioneering the new sound of Brazilian jazz - composer and pianist Amaro Freitas dazzles on the explorative Y’Y. His fourth studio album is rooted in the unique sounds and rituals found in Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous cultures. With songs related to tales and spirits, the polyrhythmic compositions take the sounds of birds, water and rustling leaves. With a balance between rhythm and melody, a soft natural ambience and his wildly adventurous spirit, he pays homage to the natural world.

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