Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak combine for 'An Evening with Silk Sonic', a funk album, which is fun and full of soul. The R&B duo’s strong chemistry on their debut album comes complete with sharp and witty punchlines throughout, good vibes and slick production.
Veteran singer-songwriter Aimme Mann returns for her tenth studio album, created for the stage adaptation of Susannah Kaysen’s memoir. A deeply personal record in which Mann provides a wonderful narrative arc, carefully navigating sensitive subjects of anxiety and depression.
On her remarkable second album, Indie rocker Lindsey Jordan is passionate and full of emotion. With surging guitars, her voice is infectious and words poetic, as she exudes confidence well beyond her years.
Indie pop band Nation of Language improve on their debut album with ‘A Way Forward’. Loaded with eighties-inspired pop, although nostalgic, they bring their own impressive sound, with layers upon layers of synths that will leave the room spinning.
The Dodos are laid bare, with nothing to hide on their eighth studio album ‘Grizzly Peak’. The indie rockers latest record tells a story through the vibrations of strings and drumheads, as the guitar-and-drums duo of Long and Kroeber offer up a love letter to their devoted fans.