Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Albums 2-9-18 – 2-15-18

Written by | February 3, 2018 14:34 pm | No Comments


Alela Diane – Cusp

Anenon – Tongue

Band-Maid – World Domination

Brian Fallon – Sleepwalkers

Chemtrails – Calf of the Sacred Cow

David Duchovny –  Every Third Thought

David Fair – Ballets

Dunes – Dunes

Franz Ferdinand – Always Ascending

Fu Manchu – Clone of the Universe

Ezra Furman – Transangelic Exodus

Gary War – Gaz Forth

Good Tiger – We Will All Be Gone

Hockey Dad – Blend Inn

Holy Motors – Slow Sundown

Hovvdy – Cranberry

Ivy Queen – The Queen Is Here

Jing – Adularescence

Joan As Police Woman – Damned Devotion

Legend Of The Seagullmen – Legend of the Seagullmen

Martin Garrix – Here We Go

MGMT -Little Dark Age

Natalia Lafourcade – Musas Vol. 2

Oldsoul – Coy

Palm – Rock Island

Pinky Pinky – Hot Tears

Postcards – I’ll Be Here in the Morning

SHIRT – Pure Beauty

Son Lux – Brighter Wounds

Sunflowers – Castle Spell

Susanna – Go Dig My Grave

Tal National – Tantabara

Toto – Greatest Hits: 40 Trips Around The Sun

The Atlas Moth – Coma Noir

The Wombats – Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

Twin Peaks – Sweet ’17 Singles

Various Artists – Black Panther: The Album

Various Artists – Fifty Shades Freed (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Various Artists – Silk to Dry the Tears

VETO – 16 Colors

We Out Here – We Out Here

Wild Child –  Expectations

Comment: The action next Friday is all on the least anticipated side, David Duchovny is to Americana what Seth MacFarlane is to the American Songbook -yes, that bad, MGMT? So terrible live on stage. Any 50 Shades soundtrack is suspect and this is worse than most. The Wombats are possibly the most disappointing band who have ever existed. And Bob Lefsetz’s fave Toto? They are a rejoinder to a crack about The Eagles. As for most anticipated? It is between Joan As Police Woman, though only based on one song, “Tell Me,” so I’m not sure. But I am going with the Kendrick curated Black Panther: The Album soundtrack, which is already much better than “Bright,” with three singles to its name and all excellent.


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