As 2019 is done and dusted it was another stellar year for music. So I’ve put together my best albums of the past 12 months.
This year’s Camden Rocks Festival is set to be the biggest yet.
Grammy Award winner John Paul White has released his third solo album, The Hurting Kind.
Irish duo Conor Adams and Lar Kaye, known as All Tvvins, are pushing boundaries with their second album, Just to Exist.
The Pigeon Detectives, The Novacub and The Dunts have been added to this year’s line-up at Camden Rocks 2019.
David Gray is back with his eleventh studio album, Gold In A Brass Age.
The Strokes are unveiled as the next headliners for East London festival All Points East.
American rockers The Steel Woods release their second album Old News via Thirty Tigers.
Here are my top three albums of the year. A list as compiled by Culturefly.
Today (9th Nov) marks the release of Louise Goffin’s ninth studio album, All These Hellos.
Diagrams is the fourth solo studio album from Maximo Park frontman Paul Smith.