Here are my top three albums of the year. A list as compiled by Culturefly.
Americana folk band The Milk Carton Kids have returned with their fourth album, All the Things That I Did and All the Things That I Didn’t Do – an epic 12 track record.
Recorded over two years, The Band is the 10 track debut album from London/Kent based garage-rock trio Dancehall.
Having opened at London’s Aldwych Theatre back in April, Tina is an energetic jukebox musical that celebrates the life and music of the legend that is Tina Turner (played here by American performer Adrienne Warren)
It’s been seven years since The Get Up Kids’ released their fifth studio album, There Are Rules (2011), and now the American rockers are back with Kicker, a four-song EP released via Big Scary Monsters.
The Rolling Stones played the first London date of their No Filter tour last night (22 May) to a sold-out crowd.
Liam Gallagher was the first act to support The Rolling Stones on their No Filter UK tour.
The legendary Manic Street Preachers played Wembley Arena on Friday night (4 May) as part of the UK tour for their thirteenth studio album, Resistance is Futile.
Be More Kind is the seventh studio album from British folk singer-songwriter Frank Turner.
Following on from Culturefly’s best of 2017 list, we take a look at some of the most anticipated rock, indie, electronic and hip-hop albums being released in 2018.
This year I have contributed my two favourite albums to Culturefly’s best albums of 2017 feature.