We have three Voice albums, as well as discs from Angus Stone, HellYeah, Nas, Chris Botti and more.
It’s The Voice Week! Darren Percival lobs out his Happy Home album, Rachael Leahcar has Shooting Star, and Sarah De Bono offers No Shame.
On a less reality-TV and more reality note, Angus Stone has delivered his latest solo venture Broken Brights.
If jazz trumpet is more your thing, Chris Botti has released his new album Impressions.
The new album Life Is Good from rap warrior Nas is out, featuring a tidy collaboration with Amy Winehouse.
Metallers HellYeah have their tough new record Band Of Brothers.
Rhode Island rock nutters Deer Tick deliver their new album Providence and Scots indie rock outfit The View release Cheeky For A Reason.
Electro-hipster dude Dan le Sac has enlisted some snappy vocal talent for his debut solo album (away from Scroobius Pip) titled The Space Between Words.
Reggae rock outfit The Dirty Heads release Cabin By The Sea featuring guest vocals from Matisyahu, Del The Funky Homosapien, Kymani Marley and more.
Hank Williams fans will dig the soundtrack to the indie movie about his life, titled Last Ride.
There are a stack of reissues from Icehouse, including Berlin Tapes, Big Wheel, Code Blue, Man Of Colours, Sidewalk and everything else.
There’s also a remastered version of The Smashing Pumpkins Pisces Iscariot and some live Jimi Hendrix DVDs.