American Indie rockers, Death Cab for Cutie release their 11th studio album, Asphalt Meadows Acoustic. The body was produced by Grammy Award winner, John Congleton and features previously released singles; Roman Candles, Here to Forever and Foxglove Through the Clearcut. Death Cab for Cutie have historical success on the ARIA Albums Chart with their hit album Narrow Stairs peaking at #6 and Codes And Keys at #7.
Member of the electronic duo, The Knife, Swedish singer-songwriter and producer, Fever Ray has returned with their first new album in over five years, Radical Romantics. The album was produced in collaboration with English producer and composer, Vessel and features previously released single, Carbon Dioxide.
After taking the ARIA Charts by storm with her recent single Flowers, pop superstar Miley Cyrus is back with her eighth studio album Endless Summer Vacation to follow it up. With 10 top 10 albums, seven #1 albums, ten platinum albums, eight #1 singles, 26 platinum singles and two ARIA Award nominations under her belt, this record comes with high anticipation!
Van Morrison is back with a brand new album, Moving On Skiffle. The record features previously released track, Streamline Train and is inspired by Morrison’s childhood love of the genre skiffle. On this he mentions; “I was still in school when I performed with a skiffle band – a couple of guitars, washboard, tea-chest bass”. Morrison’s 5 x Platinum record The Best Of Van Morrison peaked at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart.
Montreal-bred, Berlin-based Jazz artist King Khan has released their second jazz album The Nature of Things following 2020’s The Inifite Ones. About the album, Khan has stated ‘The Nature of Things LP is dedicated to all those folks out there trying their best to fight for environmental peace and justice’.
Frankie Rose has released their fifth album Love As Projection. The album was recorded with producer Brand Gassman, and mixed with collaborator Jorge Elbrecht. “This album is about having to focus our collective energies on the small things around that we can control to find joy” states Rose. “A distraction from the larger systemic problems that feel so overwhelming and are so very out of our collective hands … for now …”