Albums

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Rock - To be released January 1, 2205 | Virgin Catalogue

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Alternative & Indie - To be released June 1, 2019 | Bandworm

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Alternative & Indie - To be released March 8, 2019 | Some Kinda Love

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 22, 2019 | Canvasback - ATL

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 22, 2019 | Canvasback - ATL

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 15, 2019 | Luminelle Recordings

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 15, 2019 | Mute

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 15, 2019 | Infectious Music

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Rock - To be released February 8, 2019 | Edsel

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 8, 2019 | Nettwerk Records

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 1, 2019 | Tambourhinoceros

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 1, 2019 | [PIAS]

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 1, 2019 | Robot Farming

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Rock - To be released February 1, 2019 | OMN Label Services

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 1, 2019 | Partisan Records

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 1, 2019 | Pirates Blend Records Inc.

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Alternative & Indie - To be released February 1, 2019 | Modern Sky Entertainment

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Rock - To be released January 28, 2019 | Pelagic Records

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Alternative & Indie - To be released January 25, 2019 | Farhan Music

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Hard Rock - To be released January 25, 2019 | Frontiers Records s.r.l.

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Genre

Rock in the magazine
  • A journey through time
    A journey through time In the big family of great guitarists names such as Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Frank Zappa are always on the tip of the tongue. But Lindsey Buckingham, formerly of Fleetwood Mac, certainly me...
  • Cool, addictive and simple
    Cool, addictive and simple With his long hair, nonchalance attitude and baggy t-shirts, Kurt Vile has been ticking all the boxes on the “cool” list for over ten years without ever looking silly.
  • Special delivery
    Special delivery The story of Parcels is both a childhood dream and a wonderful human adventure.
  • Bringing back Bowie
    Bringing back Bowie For diehard fans, 1983-88 was neither Bowie’s most fundamental nor most passionate period. It would, however, be his most fruitful, climaxing with the hit Let’s Dance.
  • Less is more
    Less is more A guitar held up by the neck, a child's head pressed against the holder's body. Cat Power reveals a lot with the cover of her tenth album.
  • Still spitting
    Still spitting “Fuck the planet. Screw your children. Get Rich! You win!” (Prosperity Gospel).
  • Recycling through Rap
    Recycling through Rap The computer key strikes again.
  • Keeping it classic
    Keeping it classic Slash hasn’t always been a workaholic, but since the end of Velvet Revolver in 2008, he has been working on projects and tours at a steady pace, both solo and with Guns N' Roses.
  • The unpretentious villager
    The unpretentious villager Like wine, music improves with age. And Conor O’Brien’s matures well.
  • A glorious return
    A glorious return It’s all very well starting a revolution, but then what? In 1978, this exact question was tormenting the Ramones.