This Week's New Albums: July 24th 2015
The Chemical Brothers, Sleaford Mods and Lamb Of God are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Years & Years, Fifth Harmony, Ed Sheeran, OMI and Ellie Goulding are among the artists who feature on the latest NOW compilation. Click here to see the full tracklisting.
The dance titans return with their eighth studio album, featuring guest contributors from Ali Love, St Vincent and Beck. Click here to read our interview with the duo.
The gobby post-punk duo release their brand new album today.
The Pink Floyd man's third solo album is re-released with a set of brand new mixes and bonus features.
The fiery metallers release their seventh studio albim this week, click here to read our full preview.
The New England indie rockers unveil their debut album today.
Classics from Gabrielle, Another Level and The Streets feature on this three-disc compilation of garage, dance and R'N'B classics.
The heartswelling indie rockers unveil their sixth studio album this week.
Fighter's Dan Haigh and Alex Westaway unleash their electro-tinged side project's debut album, with the likes of Charlie Simpson, Martin Grech and New Young Pony Club's Lou Hayter all contributing guest vocals.
The acclaimed musician returns with his second proper studio effort.
The guitar virtuoso unveils his 15th studio album and first since 2013.
The New York post-hardcore types drop album number six today.
The slacker indie trio unveil their first full-length effort this week.
Siblings Sara and Sean Watkins team up with Sebastian Steinberg, Fiona Apple and a whole host of others to create this folk covers record.
Staind's Aaron Lewis, Blackberry Smoke, Cheap Trick, Peter Frampton and more team up for this tribute album to the Southern rock legends.
Ed Rush & Optical curate Fabric's latest collection.
The Prodigy, Wilkinson, DJ Fresh and Sigma are among the artists featuring on this three-CD collection.
The Northern Irish hard rockers unveil a brand new collection of riff-packed roll and roll.
The former Ultravox frontman's solo work is compiled in this first part of a double release which will take in his full 35 years as a solo artist.
The Los Angeles pop experimentalists drop their second full album today.
Michael Jackson, The Police, Wham!, Culture Club and more classic Number Ones from the 1980s are put together on this new compilation.
Tracks from Tove Lo, Ellie Goulding, Sam Smith and Sia all feature on this decidedly mellow three-disc compilation.