This Week's New Albums: January 22nd 2016
Savages, Suede, Coasts and Chairlift are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Savages - Adore Life
The post-punkers follow up the much acclaimed Silence Yourself with a brand new collection, click here to read our interview with the band.
Suede - Night Thoughts
The Britpop icons follow-up the much-acclaimed Bloodsports with a brand new collection, click here to read our interview with the band.
Coasts - Coasts
The pop rockers unveil their debut album this week, complete with singles 'Modern Love' and 'Lions'.
Chairlift - Moth
The dreampop duo return with a brand new album this week.
Various Artists - Grammy Nominees 2016
Hits from Taylor Swift, Mark Ronson, Ed Sheeran and more are compiled on this collection of 2016's Grammy nominees.
Megadeth - Dystopia
The metal titans return with their 15th studio album, with Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler and Angra guitarist Kiko Loureiro now part of the band.
Eliot Sumner - Information
The former I Blame Coco singer goes it alone on her new LP.
Tindersticks - The Waiting Room
The dark rockers release their 11th studio album this week, click here to get inside the band's record collection.
Fat White Family - Songs For Our Mothers
The indie punks go all guns blazing on new album Songs For Our Mothers.
Steven Wilson - 4 1/2
The Porcupine Tree mainman unveils his fifth solo album this week.
Various Artists - AKA Anthems
Tracks from Stormzy, Major Lazer, Skepta and Melissa Steel are among the cuts to feature on this two-disc Grime, R’n’B and Hip Hop collection.
Nils Frahm - Screws Reworked
The German electro whizz's 2012 album Screws gets the remix treatment from a series of DJs and producers.
Tricky - Skilled Mechanics
The trip-hop pioneer unveils her 11th studio album today.
Sworn Amongst - Under A Titan Sky
Sweden Music Group
The Swedish death metallers return with a brand new LP.
Aidan Knight - Each Other
Full Time Hobby
The Canadian singer-songwriter, who has recorded with the likes of The Zolas, Hannah Georgas, Dan Mangan, and We Are the City, unveils his new solo LP.