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A confusing mess of bar-room blues, electrified country and traditional rock, ‘A Productive Cough’ sees Patrick Stickles and Titus Andronicus throw a significant curveball.
Ought’s third studio album ‘Room Inside The World’ sees them temper their post-punk with a newfound darkness and beauty.
After a long lay-off, Marmozets’ second album ‘Knowing What You Know Now’ picks up where they left off in terms of energy, but dabbles in more experimental shades this time round.
‘Songs Of Praise’ is an outstanding debut both lyrically and instrumentally, and shows that Shame may fulfill all those breathless promises that they can save British guitar music.
Mini-album ‘Kid Kruschev’ represents a further interesting development on the established Sleigh Bells sound.
The tentative rehabilitation of Weezer continues afoot with ‘Pacific Daydream’, a likeable but lightweight collection of guitar-pop.
On ‘Lotta Sea Lice’, Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile aren’t trying to impress you; instead they’re just inviting you to sit on the floor and listen to them play.
Following a sensational debut is never easy, but Wolf Alice make it seem like a breeze with their second full-length ‘Visions Of A Life’.