Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 4-7-17 – 4-13-17

Written by | April 3, 2017 5:03 | No Comments

Share

10 000 Russos – Distress Distress

2 Chainz – Pretty Girls Like Trap Music

Allan Kingdom – Lines

Alexandra Savior – Belladonna Of Sadness

Annie Hardy – Rules

Aye Nako – Silver Haze

Azarath – In Extremis

Blaenavon – That’s Your Lot

Cory Branan – Adios

Dark Skies – Orthona

Dálava – Book of Transfiguration

Diet Cig – Swear I’m Good At This

Falling In Reverse – Coming Home

Father John Misty – Pure Comedy

Fujiya & Miyagi – Fujiya & Miyagi

Future Islands – The Far Field

Gonjasufi – Mandela Effect

Guided By Voices – August By Cake

Happyness – Write In

Here Lies Man – Here Lies Man

Imelda May – Life Love Flesh Blood

Joey Bada$$ – ALL-AMERIKKKAN BADA$$

Juana Molina – Halo

Karen Elson – Double Roses

Lee Foss – Alchemy

Leeroy Stagger – Love Versus

Michelle Branch – Hopeless Romantic

Miracle Legion – Annulment

Njomza – sad for you

Plaitum – Constraint

PTU – A Broken Clock Is Right Twice A Day

Rahim Alhaj – Letters from Iraq: Oud and String Quintet

Russian Circles – Live At Dunk! Fest 2016

San Fermin – Belong

Sean Rowe – New Lore

Slugabed – Inherit the Earth

Special Request – Stairfoot Lane Bunker

The Big Moon – Love In The 4th Dimension

The Maine – Lovely, Little, Lonely

The Wild Reeds – The World We Built

The Wooden Sky – Swimming In Strange Waters

Timber Timbre – Sincerely, Future Pollution

Tom Hickox – Monsters In the Deep

Toumani Diabaté, Sidiki Diabaté & -M- – Lamomali

Ulver – The Assassination Of Julius Caesar

WaqWaq Kingdom – Shinsekai

Wear Your Wounds – WYW

Zu – Jhator

Comment: Not crazy about Happyness except live they are so good I am willing to give em another shot, the Wild Reeds are an exciting band, Joey Bada$$ is a great rapper and a true bad ass, Rahim Alhajj, the ex pat Iranian now living in Albuquerque, plays a mean oud, Imelda May’s “How Bad Can A Good Girl Be” is a terrific jazz Americana, but there is no question this week. Former Giant Drag Annie Hardy’s return is as great an album as you will hear and  “Want” may be the song of the year.

 

Tags:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *