Monthly Round Up #1: January 2017

What a start to 2017, January is showing signs that this year is going to be a stellar year for music! There has been an exceptional amount of music released this month and huge announcements too. It has been full on since New Years Day, the release of London Grammar’s new track, Rooting for You. The new music has just not stopped coming.  With momentous debut from Sundara Karma, New albums from Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, The Flaming Lips and Loyle Carner, an EP from Palm Honey and killer singles released by the likes of Declan McKenna, Blaenavon and Circa Waves and not to forget Ed Sheeran’s return with Shape of You and Castle on the Hill. January also saw huge festival and album announcements including; the second Reading & Leeds Announcement, 100above, Blaenavon’s Debut and Ed Sheeran’s 3rd LP Divide.

Posts:

Top New Tracks:

Albums:

  • A Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect – Sundara Karma
  • I See You – The xx
  • Modern Ruin – Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes
  • Yesterday’s Gone – Loyle Carner

Anniversaries:

  • 11 Years – Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not – Arctic Monkeys
  • 11 Years – Inside In Inside Out – The Kooks
  • 10 Years- Panic Prevention – Jamie T

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Announcements:

  • Ed Sheeran’s 3rd LP Divide will be released March 3rd
  • Blaenavon’s debut album will be released April 7th
  • Kasabian will headline Reading alongside MUSE
  • Circa Waves are announced to support Two Door Cinema Club at Ally Pally
  • Beyonce is announced as first women to ever headline Coachella alongside Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar

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