Due: 29 May
As always Wollongong garage duo Hockey Dad inject a blend of raw energy and lovable irreverence into their dynamic, sun-drenched pop.
Due: 29 May
The deluxe version of Pearl Jam’s 11th album is a double-LP with three sides of tunes and one etched (no audio) plus a 28-page booklet, strictly limited edition.
World-charming Sunny Coast pub rockers continue doing things resolutely their own way on their debut album, more short-but-sour bursts about not giving a shit.
Traditional Techniques, Malkmus’ third solo LP without the Jicks (or Pavement), is new phase folk music for new phase folks.
Brisbane punk reprobates follow-up their #1 album with help from their mate James Tidswell (Violent Soho), forging a sound that’s thrillingly new but still 100% Dunies.
The Secret Sisters – Laura and Lydia Rogers – grapple with love and loss on new album ‘Saturn Return’ (limited edition indie exclusive version on grey splatter vinyl).
Featuring her hit single ‘Later Flight’ and follow up ‘Closer’, Jack River delivers her new ‘Stranger Heart’ EP, s shimmering and powerful body of work.
Fourth album by WA wunderkind Kevin Parker was recorded between LA and Fremantle and is a an existential batch of songs delving into creation and destruction and the unending cycle of life.
‘Pop Crimes’ is Rowland’s second solo album, released in 2009, not long prior to his untimely passing.
‘925’, the hotly-anticipated debut record from North London rockers Sorry, on limited edition silver vinyl!
Seventh album from local metalcore legends follows on the back for four consecutive #1s and reaffirms the band’s lifelong love of heavy music, the perfect blend of Amity new and old.
Snowy Band is the new live project from Liam “Snowy” Halliwell formerly of The Ocean Party and others.
‘Man Alive!’ is the third studio album from UK punk poet King Krule, written as a direct reaction to the non-stop energy of touring his 2017 opus ‘The Ooz’.
Alabama-bred Southern Rock legends Drive-By Truckers return with an album packed with righteous indignation at the current state of political affairs in the US of A.
The Godfather of Soul’s infectious grooves and potent performances are elevated to a whole other level on his 1966 opus ‘It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World’.
30th anniversary of Neneh Cherry’s classic hit album ‘Raw Like Sushi’ (1989),“an unorthodox and brilliantly daring blend of R&B, rap, pop, and dance music”.
Due: 10 April
NY noughties rock icons The Strokes are releasing their first new album in seven years, The New Abnormal.
‘We Were Trying to Make It Out’ contains Brisbane rocker Jeremy Neale’s penchant for melodic hooks, delivered coherently and directly without compromise or pastiche.
New LP from Melbourne’s foremost party band is more margarita than bubbly: a peppery brew of afrobeat, cumbia, Miami disco, and stringband beach jams.
DickLord have decided to capture their obnoxious noises in a recorded thingo.