Record of the Week: Clairo

American indie-pop luminary Clairo returns with third album, Charm, co produced by Clairo and Leon Michels (of The Dap-Kings and El Michels Affair). Evoking balmy summer evenings and tête-à-têtes in plush conversation pits, Charm is a collection of warm, 70’s-inspired grooves that move lithely 
between jazz, psychedelic folk and soul. Available on July 12th.  

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King Gizzard are back!

For their 26th album, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard swap the widescreen concepts of their recent albums for the intimacy of six good friends collaborating on the most bonhomie-laden set they’ve yet committed to wax. For Flight b741, bandleader Stu Mackenzie says King Gizzard “wanted to make something that was primal, instinctual, more ‘from the gut’ – just people in a room, doing what feels right. We wanted to make something fun.” 
 

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The Courteeners – Pink Cactus Cafe

Since releasing their debut album St. Jude in 2008, Courteeners have become one of the most loved bands in Britain, building a huge community around their sold out shows that has seen them consistently play to packed houses and fields nationwide. Pink Cactus Café is Courteeners’ 7th studio album and their first new music since 2020’s More. Again. Forever. which received critical acclaim.

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Laura Marling – Patterns In Repeat

Grammy nominated and Mercury Prize nominated Laura Marling is back with her eighth studio album Patterns in Repeat. Now eight albums and 15+ years into her career as one of the most acclaimed, prolific and respected songwriters of her generation (multiple Grammy nominations, Mercury nods a Brit Award and more), in Patterns in Repeat Laura aims to occupy different spaces and continues to surprise: “Laura Marling is not quite who you might think she is”.

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