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One of the most anticipated global releases of 2017, sees the 25-year-old in his finest form yet. Drawing inspiration from a wide array of experiences and subjects, Sheeran takes listeners through a hugely personal journey; be that reflecting on past relationships, family memories, his musical career or his time off travelling the world in 2016.
Ryan Adams is back with a new release of all new material, alternately sad and hopeful, which includes the single Do You Still Love Me.
Old 97's follow up to 2014's Most Messed Up, which was the highest charting album of their career, deals with spirituality and mortality and includes collaborations with Brandi Carlile, Nicole Atkins and Butch Walker.
For their fifth album, The Menzingers set out to make the quintessential jukebox record: an unstoppably melodic album primed for bar-room sing-alongs. Delivering anthemic harmonies, furious power chords, and larger-than-life melodies, the Philadelphia-based garage-punk four-piece amply fulfills that mission while achieving something much more deeply nuanced.
The tenth studio album from Thievery Corporation finds the duo deftly blending their signature style with the classic dub, dancehall, and roots vibes that have inspired them over their two-decades-long career.
Heavy metal band Kreator returns with a new collection including songs Hail To The Hordes, World War Now and the orchestral piece Apocalypticon.
Written and produced by James Mercer, Heartworms features diverse lyrics, Mercer's distinct voice and melodic composition. Unified by his singular vision, Mercer creates a sound that is both familiar a nostalgic nod to the album's predecessors - and distinctly new. The album's first single, Name For You, is inspired by his three daughters.
The fourth album from Cloud Nothings is their most polished and radiant work to date, featuring strong songwriting from frontman Dylan Baldi.
This companion album to last years' acoustic Ruminations includes full band versions of the ten songs from that release plus seven additional songs.
This compilation album features some of the best female guitarists in rock music today. Includes songs by Orianthi, Nita Strauss, Gretchen Menn and more.
Rag'n'Bone Man has already won acclaim in Europe, including winning the BRIT Critic's Choice Award. He was also ranked number two on the BBC Sound of 2017 list. Now he brings his debut album to North America.
Notes Of Blue is inspired by the spirit of the blues, but not the standard blues as most know it, rather the unique and haunting tunings of Mississippi Fred McDowell, Skip James and Nick Drake. Son Volt utilize these influences throughout the album from the country soul tinged Promise The World, to the primal stomp of Cherokee St, the frenetic guitar on Static and the raw slide in Sinking Down.
The debut full album from the trio from Los Angeles. The album features the first single, I Know a Place along with fan favorites Winterbreak and Loudspeaker.
Colin Hay, beloved for his intimate, confessional live shows and songs that can draw a tear from the most unlikely listeners, explores the themes of love and loss on his new album, Fierce Mercy, but always with the singular perspective and acerbic wit that has defined Hay's work since his days as front man of the wildly popular '80s band, Men at Work.
Wildly eccentric and humorous, this energetic album from Half Japanese is an art rock record where Jad Fair's expertly thrown out lyrics remain optimistic and fresh alongside a fierce and compelling rhythm section.
The Sadies return after four years with this set recorded in their parents basement north of Toronto. Despite the eclecticism at the heart of The Sadies' sound this release reveals a continuity in theme and sound and includes psych-folk flourishes on tracks such as Riverview Fog.
Surfer Blood are one of the best young indie-rock bands around, and their fourth album, Snowdonia, is their most ambitious effort yet. Following the departure of bassist Kevin Williams and the loss of guitarist Thomas Fekete, John Paul Pitts and Tyler Schwarz have rebuilt a talented lineup with Michael McCleary and Lindsey Mills. The new lineup highlights vocals and harmonies while maintaining the musical integrity of the original band.