Amidst Corbyn’s revolution comes another “Kind of Revolution”…It’s Paul Weller’s 25th studio album! With stellar reviews across the board his 13th solo studio is cementing the Modfather as one of our greatest talents, with his age capturing the “spirit of the age”, it’s a must hear for all fans!

Sean Rowe is back with his 5th album “New Lore” of earthy alt-folk. Also in that vein is the soundtrack to Jack White’s new documentary with T-Bone Burnett “American Epic”, which explores the history of the record industry in 1920s America.

Any Rolling Stones fans will wanna check out “Charlie Watts meets The Danish Radio Big Band”, which features magnificent Stones covers of “Paint it Black” among others, as well as some Jazz classics like “Molasses”.

There’s also sophomore albums from Spencer Radcliffe & Everyone Else with “Enjoy the Great Outdoors” and Girlpool, who are back with added drums on “Powerplant”.

Leif Vollebekk’s “Inland” is finally getting a proper release after being originally self-released in 2008, and Irish house producer New Jackson’s debut “From Night to Night” is out this week.

Reissues this week come in the form of Manic Street Preacher’s 2007 LP “Send Away the Tigers” -which is out on a 10 year anniversary Collector’s Edition with a second disc of demos – and baroque-indie Panic at the Disco’s 2005 debut “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out”.

Last but not least, new in this week are:
World Spirituality Classics 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda
Sun Ra “Singles Vol 2 of 2” (3xLP set)
Emmylou Harris And the Nash Ramblers “At the Ryman” 1992 live album

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