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The Raconteurs, ‘Help Us Stranger’

‘Help Us Stranger’ marks the long-awaited return of The Raconteurs, their first album in over a decade. Returning with boundless energy, they certainly do not disappoint!

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Beak>, ‘Life Goes On’ EP

New music from Beak>! Inspired by a recent trip to Mexico City, the band rushed back to the studio to record their latest offering. According to band members Billy, Geoff and Will, the song ‘We Can Go‘ is “the most normal song we have ever written. We like it.” We like it too!

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Kyle Craft, ‘Showboat Honey’

What do you get when you cross Dylan-esque lyricism with phantasmagorical instrumentation, by way of slinky bass, sticky 70s drum beats and scorching guitar solos? Listen to ‘Showboat Honey’ and find out!

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Sarathy Korwar, ‘More Arriving’

Fusing jazz, hip-hop, Indian classical music and radical politics, Korwar’s latest album is a call to resistance against the nightmarish times that we are finding ourselves in. A must-listen.

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Thom Yorke, ‘Anima’

Whereas previously, his solo work has at times felt as if it was missing the other members of Radiohead, here it feels like a true Tom Yorke record, fully-formed. A spellbinding, atmospheric piece of electronica. Amen to that.

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Ty Segall, ‘First Taste’

Segall’s latest studio concoction takes on new sludgy, dizzying heights as he brings new instrumentation to the grunge tradition. With some wonderfully T-Rex-esque vibes, this album is a garage-psych gem!