yes, it's that time again, when I fearlessly go into the uncharted waters of music both new and old....
Mumford & Sons - "Babel" - love it. just as good as the first album.
Bruce Springsteen - "Wrecking Ball" - I have to admit that I was feeling a bit 'over' Bruce, but this album is sensational!
David Bowie - "The Next Day" - some excellent stuff and the rest may grow on me...
Arlo Guthrie - "Arlo Guthrie", "Hobo's Lullaby", "Washington County" - having just seen the man in concert I'm going for his back catalogue... such a great songwriter.
Josh Ritter - "The Beast In Its Tracks" - another great singer/songwriter. The post-divorce album...
Billy Bragg - "Tooth & Nail" - they just keep coming...
Kate Nash - "Girl Talk" - poppy, rocky
Bonobo - "Animal Magic", "One Offs Remixes and B Sides" - back catalogue eletronica
Phosphorescent - "Here's To Taking It Easy" - as catchy as Bright Eyes or Ryan Adams
Samantha Crain - "Kid Face" - both original and familiar, lovely reflective folky stuff
Seth Lakeman - "Tales From The Barrel House" - I got this to make up for missing his tour. lively, spirited folk from western England
Lau - "Race The Loser" - I got this to make up for missing them as well! fabulous Scottish folk trio
Page CXVI - "Hymns i - IV" (4 albums), "B Sides/C Sides", "Lullabies", "Re:Hymns"
and free on NoiseTrade anytime...
Samantha Crain - "An Introduction to Samantha Crain"