Another album of heartache set to exquisitely produced dream-pop, Greg Gonzalez’s second Cigarettes After Sex album ‘Cry’ feels like an extension of the debut.
Laetitia Tamko’s second Vagabon album takes the arresting vision of her 2017 debut and explodes it into something grander.
Louder, more emotional and more thoughtful than ever before, Zachary Cole Smith makes his finest DIIV album so far with ‘Deceiver’.
Canadian indie-rock veterans The New Pornographers keep things very much the same as ever on eighth album ‘In The Morse Code Of Brake Lights’ – and that’s a great thing.
Danish trio Efterklang return after a seven-year break with the entrancing ‘Altid Sammen’, their first album to be sung entirely in their native tongue.
Weaving something unmistakably fantastical into his bedroom pop aesthetic, Alex Giannascoli ascends to a new level on his latest (Sandy) Alex G album ‘House Of Sugar’.
Jana Hunter’s forthright songwriting collides with immersive synth-driven music on Lower Dens’ fourth album ‘The Competition’.
Three years in the making, Whitney’s second album ‘Forever Turned Around’ is just like its predecessor: earnest yet refreshingly free.
Melina Duterte brings collaborators on board for her second Jay Som album ‘Anak Ko’, and successfully expands her original bedroom pop vision.
On ‘Any Human Friend’, Marika Hackman reclaims female sexuality in pop music and redefines it on her terms, through truthful and passionate songwriting.