Drawing on more diverse influences than normal, Foo Fighters’ 10th album ‘Medicine At Midnight’ feels like a transitional statement.
Medium and message combine perfectly on Tiña’s characterful and heart-warming DIY psych pop debut ‘Positive Mental Health Music’.
Another refinement of a very well established style, John Dwyer’s latest Osees album ‘Protean Threat’ is probably most notable for the name change.
The D’Addario brothers’ third album ‘Songs For The General Public’ is the most effective realisation of their aesthetic of classic rock and pop influences so far.
Albums written predominantly on the road rarely work, but Fontaines D.C.’s quick-fire second album ‘A Hero’s Death’ is a sparkling exception.
The Blinders use their second album ‘Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath’ to explore new and more interesting territory.