Another musical trio of Haim sisters (from Israel rather than Los Angeles); a concept album about the goddess of climate crisis; brilliant electronic re-invention.
Sad songs from a Scandi songstress that you can dance to; brilliant third album from the UK soul man; a grim title for the not-so-grim music.
Playing catch-up with a long-time musical love and my new favourite Norwegian singer-songwriter.
It’s the month of the Kingdom of Denmark! Featuring my new discovery from the Faroe Islands, and an old Danish favourite.
A vibrant and playful return from one of my favourite electronic artists; a New Zealand folk singer with a penchant for weird.
An eclectic and often engrossing collection of essays from David Byrne, best known as the principal songwriter and lead singer of the iconic American band Talking Heads. In this book, Byrne offers his perspective on the subject he’s been involved with for his entire life, music, blending social and technological history, autobiography, business strategies, technical knowledge and personal philosophy.
Sumptuous vintage-flavoured loveliness; no sophomore slump from the queen of experimental pop.
A couple of promising debuts from young female artists; an awesome stomping rawwk record.
Gorgeous introspective music for the soul from a new favourite and the old one.