Category: New Releases

New Releases — November 16, 2018

New Releases for November 16, 2018 Anderson .Paak – Oxnard CD (Aftermath) The third album from California singer Anderson .Paak serves is his first release on Dr. Dre’s Aftermath label. The album’s title is a homage to Anderson’s hometown. It is also a continuation of the theme which .Paak has been using for some years, […]

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New Releases — November 9, 2018

New Releases for November 9, 2018 All That Remains – Victim Of The New Disease CD (Razor & Tie) Metalcore vets All That Remains follow-up 2017’s The Madness with Victim Of The New Disease which is ushered in by the pull no punches lead single “F*** Love” and also features a guest appearance by Asking […]

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New Releases — November 2, 2018

New Releases for November 2, 2018 New in our Listening Stations This Week: Rodney Crowell – Christmas Everywhere CD/LP (New West) “A few years back, it became evident to my family, and indeed myself, that I’d gone sour on all things related to Christmas. Sometime around Christmas 2016 I came home to find my granddaughters, […]

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New Releases — October 26, 2018

New Releases for October 26, 2018 Eric Bibb – Global Griot 2xCD (Stony Plain) On the heels of Eric Bibb’s Grammy nominated Migration Blues comes his ambitious new project – the double-disc set Global Griot. “Griot – (in West Africa) a member of a caste responsible for maintaining a oral record of tribal history in […]

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New Releases — October 19, 2018

New Releases for October 19, 2018 Richard Ashcroft – Natural Rebel CD/LP (BMG) As the frontman for the epic British drone-pop band The Verve, Richard Ashcroft proved himself to be a spiritual descendant of rock & roll icons like Mick Jagger and Jim Morrison. Rivetingly charismatic, menacingly serpentine, and possessed of an almost shamanic intensity, […]

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New Releases — October 5, 2018

New Releases for October 5, 2018 October Listening Station Titles Released This Week: Castlecomer – Castlecomer CD/LP (Concord) Castlecomer’s self-titled debut is equal parts rock and roll abandon and meticulous pop craftsmanship. Chock full of contagious, arena-ready anthems, the album conjures up its own escapist world of young love and big dreams, all fueled by […]

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