We start off our 8 lovely recommended releases for 31 March with Bob Dylan’s Triplicate, in which the master continues to mine the great American songbook to fine effect. Silver Eye, the follow-up to 2013’s Tales Of Us, is a blend of satisfyingly deep and dark electronica shot through with gorgeous melodies that could only be Goldfrapp. Keston Cobblers Club create a rich dynamic on Almost Home, with vocals threaded together beautifully and a real musical warmth produced by its folk sensibilities, lovely! In The Same Room is the first of a series of live studio recordings from Domino Records artists, this set from Julia Holter comprises newly arranged songs from 3 of her albums, and is both an essential purchase for anyone who witnessed her beguiling band on tour and the perfect intro to a fascinating artist. Rodney Crowell demonstrates again just what a perfect songwriter he is with the release of Close Ties, and as ever he effortlessly balances personal recollection, sophistication and musical reach. And Future Funk pioneers Jamiroquai return with their eighth studio album, Automaton – their first new music in 7 years.
Release of the week belongs to Let The Dancers Inherit The Party by the endlessly creative, surprising and downright fabulous British Sea Power, which in a right-thinking world would be in every home.
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