Top UK Independent Album Releases of 2018

2018 has been a brilliant year of music for independent artists in the UK, and as always, the aim of Inspired Sound is to shed light on artists who may go a little under the radar, or a little over some people’s head. So, to celebrate some great releases, and to celebrate a little over a year of Inspired Sound we wanted to highlight some of our favourite album releases from the UK this year.

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Now, to narrow the choices we wanted to focus our attention on UK album releases only, and not singles or EPs. Generally, albums really highlight a more significant marker in an artists’ career and, whether it’s through beats or words, it can tell a more intimate picture of the artists’ current mood, thoughts, and influences. As ever, the platform has always tried to focus on independent artists, and the aim has always been to share good music which comes my way, no matter the genre. So, in no particular order:

Children of Zeus –  Travel Light

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The Magrehban – 01DEAS

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Kaidi Tatham – It’s All About You

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Louis VI – Sugar Like Salt

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The Expansions – Murmuration

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Manga St Hilaire – Outsiders Live Forever

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Kamaal Williams – The Return

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Moses Boyd – Displaced Diaspora

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Maisha – There Is A Place

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Blue Lab Beats – Xover

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Barney Artist – Home Is Where The Art Is

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Summers Sons – Uruhu

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Author: Kofi Yeboah

I'm a Music & Culture Journalist, and DJ from London. I worked in radio, events promotions, and content production. .

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