Due: 16 Feb
US indie rock legends Grandaddy’s new album is their first true foray into country music, with the addition of pedal steel giving their aesthetic a whole new feel.
Due: 16 Feb
Due: 23 Feb
‘The Past Is Still Alive’ by Hurray for the Riff Raff features arrangements that are raw, melodies direct and indelible, and lyrics that are personal yet largely rooted in family and community.
Due: 23 Mar
The second solo album ‘Bright Future’ by Adrianne Lenker – frontwoman of beloved indie-folk outfit Big Thief – is both utterly timeless, yet sounding new and surprising on every listen.
Due: 12 Apr
Grammy Award-nominated songwriter/producer/performer Maggie Rogers is releasing Don’t Forget Me, an album to belt at full volume alone in your car!
Due: 10 May
Brisbane-bred vocalist/producer/songwriter Jordan Rakei’s fifth album The Loop is by far his most cohesive and evolutionary work to date!
Due: 26 Aug
On her second album Aussie singer-songwriter Stella Donnelly finds herself discovering who she is as an artist among the flock, and how abundant one individual can be.
Due: 21 Apr
ATUM is a rock opera presented in three acts by inimitable American rock band The Smashing Pumpkins, telling an epic interplanetary story set in the not-too-distant future.
Due: 31 Mar
The 9th album from legendary NYC outfit is their most cinematic and expansive release yet, featuring ten narrative rock’n’roll songs about people trying to survive in this modern age.
Due: 11 Aug
Long-awaited new album by rock legends The Hives reignites the Swedish band’s lore in arresting fashion, exploring the disappearance of the band’s mysterious sixth member Randy Fitzsimmons.
Due: 10 Feb
The most live-sounding Yo La Tengo album in years, This Stupid World, finds the trio playing all at once, giving everything a right-now feel.
Due: 5 May
The fourth full-length studio release from New York’s The Lemon Twigs showcase an emotional depth and musical sophistication far beyond their years as a band, let alone as young men.
Due: 24 Feb
From the beautiful to the jarring, intrepid explorer Bill Callahan charts a passage through all kinds of territory, pitting dreams of dreams against dreams of reality.
Due: Sep 9
When The Wind Forgets Your Name continues expanding the universe of US indie rock legends Built To Spill in new and exciting ways.