Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases 9-15-17 – 9-21-17

Written by | September 12, 2017 4:48 am | No Comments


Amateur Childbirth – Your Afterlife Is Cancelled

Anastácia – Evolution

Angus & Julia Stone – Snow

Antibalas – Where The Gods Are In Peace

Ariel Pink – Dedicated to Bobby Jameson

Benjamin Clementine – I Tell A Fly

Big Brave – Ardor

Deer Tick – Deer Tick Vol. 1

Deer Tick – Deer Tick Vol. 2

Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton – Choir of The Mind

Fall Out Boy – M A N I A

Foo Fighters – Concrete and Gold

Galantis – The Aviary

Gigan – Undulating Waves Of Rainbiotic Iridescence

Gucci Mane – Mr. Davis

Havah – Contravveleno

Hundred Waters – Communicating


Lee Gamble – Mnestic Pressure

Lee Ranaldo – Electric Trim

Madonna – Rebel Heart Tour

Myrkur – Mareridt

Ninos Du Brasil – Vida Eterna

Open Mike Eagle – Brick Body Kids Still Daydream

Prophets of Rage – Prophets of Rage

Royce da 5’9” – Timeless

Sløtface – Try Not To Freak Out

Son Little – New Magic

Superfruit – Future Friends – Part Two

The Lone Bellow – Walk Into A Storm

The Motels – Last Few Beautiful Days

Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross – The Vietnam War

Trio Da Kali & Kronos Quartet – Ladilikan

Comment: First the least anticipated album of the week and that is easy, Foo Fighters, I am already dreading reviewing it. Now for most anticipated album of the week. Rap gives us Eminem’s buddy  Royce da 5′ 9″ and another new album by Gucci Mane -Gucci is overextending himself but Royce should be very good. Now indie conceptually, Prophets Of rage are better live than on record, never much liked Ariel Pink, Deer Tick is too old school Brooklyn (I bet they all have beards and man buns), Fall Out Boys last album, American beauty/American Psycho was their best to date but I haven’t much cared for the two singles I’ve heard on this new one. Lee Renaldo is the least interesting former member of the least interesting former band, and Benjamin Clementine is in the running for most anticipated album of the week but doesn’t make it. That leaves Madonna’s latest live and usually I wouldn’t have the slightest interest but the album is among her top five and the concert was Maddie’s best ever. I’m going with that.


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