Album of the Week

Album of the Week – 20/03/2023

Album of the Week – 20/03/2023

A little bit later than planned (blame St Patrick), here is our album of the week slot!

Yes, there are some fine new releases from Ailbhe Reddy (Endless Affair), M83 (Fantasty) and Moderat (EVEN MORE D4TA).

The two closest to taking the top prize were Unknown Mortal Orchestra (V) and Yves Tumor (Praise A Lord Who Chews. But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply: Hot Between Worlds)) and you should definitely check them out below.

But… really there was only one choice, in Peter Broderick and East Forest with their beautiful new album Burren.

Album of the Week – Burren – Peter Broderick and East Forest

“Burren is lush and rich in tone and atmosphere, with enough variation to hold the attention and defy characterisation as background music. It is an album that demands and rewards close listening with its intricate arrangements and exhilarating soundscapes, which defy convention and classification.”- Cathy Brown from her Review here.

Albums of Note:

— Ailbhe Reddy – Endless Affair

— M83 – Fantasy

— Moderat – EVEN MORE D4TA

— Unknown Mortal Orchestra – V

— Yves Tumor – Praise A Lord Who Chews. But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply: Hot Between Worlds)

Albums Released on March 17th:

— 100 gecs – 10,000 gecs

— Ailbhe Reddy – Endless Affair

— Alex Vaughn – The Hurtbook: Homegirl Pack

— All Time Low – Tell Me I’m Alive

— The Answer – Sundowners

— Azekel – Analyze Love

— The Band of Heathens – Simple Things

— Billy Valentine – Billy Valentine & The Universal Truth

— The Black Crowes – The Black Crowes: Shake Your Money Maker Live

— Black Honey – A Fistful of Peaches

— Chelsea Grin – Suffer In Heaven

— Chymes – Game Over EP

— Daddy Long Legs – Street Sermons

— deathcrash – Less

— Doug Paisley – Say What You Like

— Dwight Trible – Ancient Future

— Eels – End Times (Reissue)

— Eels – Hombre Lobo (Reissue)

— Eels – Tomorrow Morning (Reissue)

— Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist Orchestra – Racing The Storm

— Eric Krasno (of Lettuce and Soulive) and Stanton Moore (of Galactic) – Krasno Moore Project: Book of Queens

— Enrico Sangiuliano and Charlotte de Witte – Reflection EP

— FIDLAR – That’s Life EP

— The Flaming Lips – Ego Tripping at the Gates of Hell (Vinyl Reissue)

— The Flaming Lips – Fight Test EP (Vinyl Reissue)

— The Free Music – Free Music (Part 1)

— Frightened Rabbit – Pedestrian Verse (10th Anniversary Edition)

— Genevieve Artadi – Forever Forever

— Gideon – More Power. More Pain.

— Hanoi Rocks – Oriental Beat (40th Anniversary Re(Al) Mix)

— Herbie Hancock – Empyrean Isles (Vinyl Reissue)

— Infinite River – Prequel

— Julian Lage – The Layers

— Kamelot – The Awakening

— Leon Russell – Signature Songs (Reissue)

— The Lost Days – In the Store

— Luke Laird, Lori McKenna, and Barry Dean – The Songwriter Tapes Vol. 2

— M83 – Fantasy

— Moderat – EVEN MORE D4TA

— Moon Boots – Ride Away

— Niklas Paschburg – Panta Rhei

— Now More Than Ever – Creatrix

— Pop Evil – Skeletons

— RPWL – Crime Scene

— Sandrayati – Safe Ground

— T-Pain – On Top of the Covers


— Theory of a Deadman – Dinosaur

— The Van Pelt – Artisans & Merchants

— U2 – Songs of Surrender

— Unknown Mortal Orchestra – V

— Various Artists – EVEN MORE D4TA

— Various Artists – Happy Land: A Compendium of Alternative Electronic Music from the British Isles 1992-1996 (Volume 1)

— Various Artists – Stone Cold Country

— Various Artists – Thank You, Mister Rogers: Music & Memories (Deluxe Reissue)

— Yves Tumor – Praise A Lord Who Chews. But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply: Hot Between Worlds)

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