Tindersticks have composed the soundtrack for an installation at the Flanders Field First World War museum in Ypres. Entirely instrumental, it consists of six long, really, really grim sounding tracks.
Mark Lanegan has a long and, well perhaps not so varied back catalogue behind him. Until now. Phantom Radio is
Hot on the heels of his debut solo album The Messenger, Johnny Marr returns without much delay with its follow up Playland.
In an autumn of surprise releases, recently published children’s author Aidan Moffat (really) released this collection of random songs, collected under the aptly-titled album Vagrants_09_14
Hibernate Recordings’ latest is a split release with experimental drone duo The Sly and Unseen and ambient lo-fi artist Caught In The Wake Forever.
Guitarist RM Hubbert neatly draws a line under his first three albums by releasing a collection of tracks which didn’t make the cut. If you enjoyed his albums, then you need this.
A Winged Victory For The Sullen is a project involving Dustin O’Halloran and Adam Wiltzie of Stars of the Lid.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have proved themselves a dab hand at creating chilly, creepy atmosphere for film soundtracks. For Gone Girl, they create what might be their finest soundtrack to date.
Thom Yorke surprised fans and critics alike by releasing his second solo album, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes without advance warning. Leaving
This follow-up sticks fairly rigidly to its predecessor’s template of smooth, muted synth-based instrumentation with collaborator Patrick Leonard.