Sleeper enjoyed huge critical and commercial success in the mid 90s as a part of the Britpop era and return after 21 years with a cracking new album The Modern Age. After disbanding in 1998 and vowing to never return, the band got back together with the intention of performing a few shows, but it became apparent that what they really wanted to do was write new music reflecting who they are now and the world we live in. As well great new releases from Jess DeLuca, Laura Stevenson and Vetchinsky Settings.

Track: The Sun Also Rises
Artist: Sleeper
Release: The Modern Age
Label: Gorsky Records

Track: Rose
Artist: Slowness
Release: Berths
Label: Schoolkids Records

Track: Lay Back, Arms Out
Artist: Laura Stevenson
Release: The Big Freeze
Label: Don Giovanni

Track: Woods
Artist: Jess DeLuca
Release: Nightingale
Label: Self Released

Track: Satellite City
Artist: Daniel Champagne
Release: Satellite City
Label: Self Released

Track: Every Dream Can Become A Nightmare
Artist: Jonah Tolchin
Release: Every Dream Can Become A Nightmare
Label: Yep Roc

Track: Anymore
Artist: Vetchinsky Settings
Release: Anymore
Label: Self Released

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