Sneak Peaks: New Albums Releases 4-21-17 – 4-27-17

Written by | April 15, 2017 11:19 am | No Comments



Allday – Speeding

Amy Shark – Night Thinker

Angaleena Presley – Wrangled

Artificial Pleasure – Like Never Before

Brad Paisley – Love and War

Charly Bliss – Guppy

Cult of Luna – Years In A Day

Foreseen – Grave Danger

Gallops – Bronze Mystic

Gas – Narkopop

Gaussian Curve – The Distance

Ghosts – Crash Ensemble

Harriet Brown – CONTACT

Hisato Higuchi – Kietsuzukeru Echo

Imelda May – Life Love Flesh Blood

Incubus – 8

Ingurgitating Oblivion – Vision Wallows In Symphonies Of Light

Joe Goddard – Electric Lines

Jordan – you’re dead part vii – x: the bloody mary side

Justin Walter – Unseen Forces

Kamaiyah – Don’t Ever Get It Twisted

Lee Southall – Iron In The Fire

Les Discrets – Prédateurs

Marcus Orelias – 20s A Difficult Age

Maximo Park – Risk to Exist

Overcoats – Young

Procol Harum – Novum

Ray Davies – Americana

Real Life Buildings – Significant Weather

Robyn Hitchcock – Robyn Hitchcock

Screamfeeder – Pop Guilt

Selffish – He She Them Us

Sheryl Crow – Be Myself

Tara Jane O’Neil – Tara Jane O’Neil

Texas – Jump On Board

The Black Angels – Death Song

The Spookfish – Black Hole

Tobias. – Eyes In The Center

Toby Driver – Madonnawhore

Second Woman – S/W

Valgeir Sigurðsson – Dissonance

Vampire – With Primeval Force

While She Sleeps – You Are We

Woods – Love Is Love

Comment: Already now, from the top, Brad Paisley hasn’t released a good album this decade, Overcoats are an emotional mess duo in a good way, I didn’t much like the Imelda May song I heard, Procol Harum are back?, Robyn Hitchcock isn’t my scene  but you might like him, Sheryl Crow has written one song I’ve liked in her entire career, “If It Makes You Happy”,  and Texas are a terrific band featuring my buddy the great Johnny McElhone. But any week with Ray Davies in the mix is a week he takes the honor for most anticipated. The Jayhawks are playing back up and the first three singles are all goodies, “The Great Highway” is a pretty good “Wild Thing” knock off and needless to add wins the prize.


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