‘Hillbillies In Hell’ (Volume X) presents 16 timeless tribulations, sweet virginal Declarations of Doom and the harrowing, final silence of The Grave gloom.
Ivy League Records are incredibly excited to reveal Live At The Forum by The Teskey Brothers on limited edition blue 180gm double-vinyl gatefold.
Tasmanian songstress Maddy Jane’s honest lyrics and captivating songwriting have earned her a regular spot on triple j’s airways and a place on huge arena tours.
‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ is the 7th studio album by British metalcore band Architects, originally released in 2016, 2020 reissue on 180gm limited edition purple vinyl.
Human Design is a record made of eleven tracks covering three years of change, acceptance, rebuild and recovery.
First pressing of Lapsley’s new opus ‘Through Water’ on limited edition clear vinyl with bonus 7″!
Limited edition vinyl repress of ‘In a Million Years’, the 2012 debut studio album by Brisbane indie rock band Last Dinosaurs.
UK grebo masters PWEI’s classic 1989 second album back on vinyl for the first time in 30 years, remastered with a bonus remix EP!
Three time Grammy Award winner Lucinda Williams unabashedly takes on some of the human, social and political issues of our day with her boldest and most direct album to date.
FNQ is still local! The new album from Cairns singer-songwriter Leanne Tennant is a cracker, currently exclusive to Sonic Sherpa!
‘All That Glue’ is a Sleaford Mods retrospective: 22 tracks of bangers (including ‘Job Seeker’, ‘Tied Up In Nottz’ and ‘Tweet Tweet Tweet’), rarities and unreleased tunes.
‘Reunions’ is US alt-country icon Jason Isbell’s seventh full-length studio album and the fourth released with his band, the 400 Unit.
RVG perform the tricky alchemy of combining rock’s urgency, punk’s anarchy, and pop’s empathy to create a record that feels vital.
Thundercat is set to release his new album “It Is What It Is” on Brainfeeder Records.
‘Rattle And Hum’ was released in 1988 as a companion 2-LP set to the Phil Joanou-directed film of the same name.
New Zealand singer-songwriter Nadia Reid decamps to America for third album with typically captivating results!
Few bands strike a creative high six albums into their career, but that’s exactly what happened with Brisbane’s indie pop favourites Screamfeeder in 2003 with ‘Take You Apart’
‘Toto’ is the 1978 debut studio album by the American band Toto, featuring their first hit single ‘Hold The Line’.
‘Making A Door Less Open’ sees CSH embarking on new and imaginative roads to songwriting and recording, placing emphasis on the individual songs, each with its own “special energy”.
Traditional Techniques, Malkmus’ third solo LP without the Jicks (or Pavement), is new phase folk music for new phase folks.