2019, living in post-brexit pre-covid naivety, thinking it couldn’t get any worse. It was a simpler time, and a year of incredible albums. All too quickly, some have been forgotten. But not by us at Way Out Radio. Here we have collated a list of incredible releases from rock and indie artists in 2019. 


  1. Fontaines DC – Dogrel (Partisan)
  2. The Murder Capital – When I Have Fears (Human Season)
  3. Fat White Family – Serf’s Up! (Domino)
  4. Swervedriver – Future Ruins (Rock Action)
  5. Spotlights – Love & Decay (Ipecac)
  6. Bis – Slight Disconnects (Last Night From Glasgow)
  7. White Lies – Five (PIAS)
  8. Ride – This Is Not A Safe Place (Wichita)
  9. Bob Mould – Sunshine Rock (Merge)
  10. Sleaford Mods – Eton Alive (Extreme Eating)
  11. Craig Finn – I Need A New War (Partisan)
  12. Kim Gordon – No Home Record (Rough Trade)
  13. Ceremony – In The Spirit World Now (Relapse)
  14. Feet – What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham (Clapped)
  15. Mark Lanegan Band – Somebody’s Knocking
  16. Oh Sees – Face Stabber (Forte)
  17. Alcest – Spiritual Instinct (Nuclear Blast)
  18. Ian Brown – Ripples (Black Koi)
  19. Queen Zee – Queen Zee (Queen Zee)
  20. Sunn O))) – Life Metal (Southern Lord)
  21. The National – I Am Easy To Find
  22. Curse Of Lono – 4am And Counting
  23. Amyl & The Sniffers – S/T
  24. The Raconteurs – Help Us Stranger
  25. Thom Yorke – Anima
  26. The Membranes – What Nature Gives… Nature Takes Away
  27. Ty Segall – First Taste
  28. Ferocious Dog – Fake News & Propaganda
  29. Chelsea Wolfe – Birth Of Violence
  30. Mark Morriss – Look Up
  31. Iggy Pop – Free
  32. The Twang – If Confronted Just Go Mad
  33. Richard Hawley – Further
  34. Salad – The Salad Way
  35. Psychedelic Porn Crumpets – Now For The Whatchamacallit
  36. Unkle – The Road Part II
  37. Spielbergs – This Is Not The End
  38. New Model Army – From Here
  39. Sleeper – The Modern Age
  40. Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres
  41. Black Futures – Never Not Nothing
  42. Liam Gallagher – Why Me? Why Not.
  43. Domiciles – This Is Not A Zen Garden
  44. Hot Chip – A Bath Full Of Ecstasy
  45. Feeder – Tallulah
  46. The Brian Jonestown Massacre – S/T
  47. King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Fishing For Fishies
  48. JAWS – The Ceiling
  49. Mudhoney – Morning In America
  50. Pixies – Beneath The Eyrie

Way Out Radio – A Brief History

Way Out Radio is a music brand dedicated to reviews, interviews and radio. The fire was lit in 2012 when we held our first event at The Queen Charlotte in Ramsgate and launched a fanzine. Poets and artists performed with Riskee and The Ridicule topping the bill. We also held a raffle and gave away a signed Buzzcocks t-shirt.

Led by music journalist, writer and drummer Paula Frost, the brand has gone from strength to strength over the years. We hosted a successful radio show on Kane FM for five years and undertook a world tour in 2017-18 meeting fans and bands across the globe and DJing live.

We look to the future with excitement and joy for music will never die! Keep dancing.

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