Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 3-30-18 – 4-5-18

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Amen Dunes – Freedom

Andreas Tilliander – Solen Träffar Topparna Först

Barbarossa – Lier

Ben Harper With Charlie Musselwhite – No Mercy In This Land

Cabbage – Nihilistic Glamour Shots

Chris Carter – Chris Carter’s Chemistry Lessons Vol. 1

CZARFACE & MF Doom – Czarface Meets Metal Face

Daphne & Celeste – Daphne & Celeste Save The World

Delroy Edwards – Rio Grande


Echosmith – Inside a Dream

En Vogue – Electric Café

Escape The Fate – I Am Human

FACS – Negative Houses

Flame 1 – Fog / Shrine

Frankie Cosmos –  Vessel

Hayley Kiyoko – Expectations

Her – Her

Holy Wave – Adult Fear

Innov Gnawa – Aicha

Jean Grae & Quelle Chris – Everything’s Fine

Kacey Musgraves – Golden Hour

Kate Nash – Yesterday Was Forever

Kevin Devine / Craig Finn – Devinyl Splits No. 7

Kim Richey – Edgeland

Laurence Pike – Distant Early Warning

Lindi Ortega – Liberty

Lychgate – The Contagion in Nine Steps

Naked Giants – Sluff

Napalm Death – Coded Smears And More Uncommon Slurs

No Joy / Sonic Boom – No Joy / Sonic Boom

Paul Cherry – Flavour

Primordial – Exile Amongst the Ruins

Rich The Kid – The World Is Yours

The Garden – Mirror Might Steal Your Charm

The Lonely Biscuits –  The Universe In You

The Shacks –  Haze

The Vaccines – Combat Sports

The Voidz – Virtue

Tor Lundvall 0 A Dark Place

Trace Mountains – A Partner to Lean On

TTeo – G,G,G

Queen Of Jeans – Dig Yourself

Zeke – Hellbender

Comment: The Voidz would be a lot better if they were a lot better, as it stands they are just good enough to miss being more than Julian’s backing band, The Vaccines are OK for a song or two but over an entire album? Not so much. Migos pal Rich The Kid has been on a terrific run of singles from last years Kendrick Lamar featured “New Freezer” to “Early Morning Trappin” from two weeks ago, so I expect great things off the new one, Her is a major new R&b singer,  and Echosmith better come up with the goods but the single isn’t very good. That leaves me with US vs UK in the witty  women stakes. Country woman Kacey Musgraves’ first album was better than her second one and her new single kinda sucks, Kate Nash’s 2013 release was her worst to date and still pretty good, plus both of the singles off her next one are terrific. I am going with Kate for most anticipated.


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