But there’s still many highlights.
DJ Koze brings us into the love dimension on the producer’s third studio album, Knock Knock.
A refreshed Stonefield appear for their third record.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s fourth album, Sex & Food, is a psychedelic kaleidoscope through heavy-rock revival, traditional folk and boppy psych funk.
GUM, the solo project of Tame Impala touring member and POND’s Jay Watson continues his foray into the cosmos with his fourth album, The Underdog.
What So Not’s debut album, Not All The Beautiful Things, is a mixed bag of genuine bangers, perfect collaborations and disappointing trap songs.
MGMT rediscover their ability to write catchy hooks on Little Dark Age.
The Melbourne-via-Perth duo are at their best when they get energetic.
The passionate new cut from City Calm Down comes with the announcement of their sophomore record, Echoes In Blue.
The supergroup delivered an outstanding blend of band and solo material across nearly two hours.