Every Double J Feature Album of 2017

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The albums we showcased in depth throughout 2017.

Each and every week (except for a few weeks over the festive season) we showcase a brand new record on Double J that we believe you just have to hear.

All through the week we'll play plenty of it and chat to the artists who made it, looking for deeper insights into what went into this piece of work that has impressed us so much.

We also review the record each week, pointing out why it's worth your time. If you missed out on any during the year, you can catch up with all those reviews below.

Feature albums will return to Double J in January 2018

January 16: Bonobo – Migration

January 23: Japandroids – Near To The Wild Heart Of Life

January 30: Sarah Belkner – But You Are, But It Has

February 6: Sampha – Process

February 13: Ryan Adams – Prisoner

February 20: PVT – New Spirit

February 27: Dirty Projectors – Dirty Projectors

March 6: All Our Exes Live In Texas – When We Fall

March 13: The Shins – Heartworms

March 20: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

March 27: Spoon – Hot Thoughts

April 3: Father John Misty – Pure Comedy

April 10: Ibibio Sound Machine – Uyai

April 17: Future Islands – The Far Field

April 24: Gorillaz – Humanz

May 1: Dappled Cities – IIIII

May 8: Underground Lovers – Staring At You Staring At Me

May 15: Land Of Talk – Life After Youth

May 22: Perfume Genius – No Shape

May 29: Husky – Punchbuzz

June 5: Noga Erez – Off The Radar

June 12: Benjamin Booker – Witness

June 19: Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up

June 26: Songhoy Blues – Résistance

July 3: Various Artists – Deadly Hearts

July 10: Broken Social Scene – Hug Of Thunder

July 17: Mr Jukes – God First

July 24: Dan Sultan – Killer

July 31: Lance Ferguson – Raw Material

August 7: Paul Kelly – Life Is Fine

August 14: Grizzly Bear – Painted Ruins

August 21: Jen Cloher – Jen Cloher

August 28: Queens Of The Stone Age – Villains

September 4: LCD Soundsystem – american dream

September 11: The War On Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

September 18: The National – Sleep Well Beast

September 25: Cut Copy – Haiku From Zero

October 2: Jordan Rakei – Wallflower

October 9: Caiti Baker – Zinc

October 16: St Vincent – MASSEDUCTION

October 23: Beck – Colors

October 30: Jonti – Tokorats

November 6: Nic Cester – Sugar Rush

November 13: Mista Savona – Havana Meets Kingston

November 20: Machine Translations – Oh

November 27: Björk – Utopia

December 4: Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – Soul of a Woman

December 11: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Who Built The Moon?

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