Fear of Men
The English indie-pop outfit returns with a second album that doesn't quite match the heights of their 2014 debut Loom, according to critics.
Eyes on the Lines
The guitarist/singer/songwriter (and former member of Kurt Vile's backing band The Violators) makes the jump to Matador for this follow-up to 2014's Way Out Weather. Gunn is backed by a full band on this 9-song release.
Ash & Ice
The duo of Alison Mosshart (also of The Dead Weather) and Jamie Hince return with their first album in five years.
This self-titled release serves as the debut for the new group consisting of Slowdive's Rachel Goswell, Mogwai's Stuart Braithwaite, James Lockey of Hand Held Cine Club, and Justin Lockey of Editors. Mark Kozelek guests.
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
A Saucerful of Secrets
The band's first four albums return to vinyl for the first time in ages with newly remastered editions. Expect the remainder of Pink Floyd's catalog to get the same treatment later in the year.
Stranger to Stranger
The folk legend's 13th solo album may be his best LP since Graceland, according to reviewers. Italian electronic artist Clap! Clap! guests on three tracks, and the whole album finds Simon pushing his boundaries into experimental territory, as he employs a variety of sounds ranging from horns to a gospel quartet to unconventional instruments invented by Harry Partch.
Tegan & Sara
Love You to Death
The Canadian twin sister duo's follow-up to 2013's Heartthrob and 8th album altogether is one of their best-reviewed releases to date.
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