The XX - I See You

I See You is the third studio album by English indie pop band The XX. It was released worldwide on 13 January 2017. It is their first release in more than four years. The XX has stated that the record has a more distinctive sound and a more positive, open and "expansive" concept than the previous two albums. The lead single, "On Hold", received widespread acclaim from critics and became the band's second number-one album in the United Kingdom.

Jamiroquai - Automaton

Automaton is the eighth studio album by English funk band Jamiroquai, released on 31 March 2017. It is the band's first album in seven years. Jay Kay described the inspiration for Automaton: "in recognition of the rise of artificial intelligence and technology in our world today and how we as humans are beginning to forget the more pleasant, simple and eloquent things in life and in our environment including our relationship with one another as human beings".

Bonobo - Migration Migration is the sixth studio album by English DJ Bonobo. It was released on 13 January 2017. A theme of the Migration album is “The study of people and spaces”. Simon Green aka Bonobo says: “It’s interesting how one person will take an influence from one part of the world and move with influence and affect another part of the world. Over time, the identities of places evolve”. 

Actress - AZD AZD is the fourth album of Actress (real name Darren Jordan Cunningham). The album is themed around chrome – both as a reflective surface to see the self in, and as something that carves luminous voids out of any colour and fine focuses white and black representing the perfect metaphor for the bleakness of life in the metropolis.

Sylvan Esso - What Now What Now is the second album of electropop duo Sylvan Esso. Due out April 28th, What Now comes three years after the duo’s debut LP. According to a press release, the effort “is both political and personal, and blurs the line between the two — What Now describes the inevitable low that comes after every high, fulfillment tempered by the knowledge that there is no clearly defined conclusion”.