Category: New Releases

New Releases — April 3, 2020

New Releases for April 3, 2020 August Burns Red – Guardians CD/2xLP (Fearless) August Burns Red has been upholding the artistic pillars of technical proficiency, airtight grooves, and thoughtful lyricism in the hard rock world for 17 years. The two time Grammy Award-nominated Pennsylvania quintet show no signs of slowing down with their eighth full […]

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New Releases — March 27, 2020

New Releases for March 27, 2020 Cavetown – Sleepyhead CD/LP (Sire) Cavetown’s major-label debut album, Sleepyhead, was recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Robin Skinner himself in the bedroom of his London apartment. The 11-song collection is set to prove to the world why he’s become not just a cornerstone of the bedroom pop community, […]

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New Releases — March 20, 2020

New Releases for March 20, 2020 Roger Eno and Brian Eno – Mixing Colours CD/2xLP (Deutsche Grammophon) Roger and Brian Eno explore the nature of sound in their first ever duo album, Mixing Colours. It is a major milestone in their ongoing creative collaboration featuring eighteen soundscapes that invite listeners to immerse themselves in the […]

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New Releases — March 13, 2020

New Releases for March 13, 2020 The Boomtown Rats – Citizens Of Boomtown CD/LP (BMG) The Boomtown Rats – Bob Geldof on vocals, Pete Briquette on bass, Simon Crowe on drums and Garry Roberts on guitar – mark 2020 (The Year Of The Rat) with the release of Citizens Of Boomtown, their first new studio […]

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New Releases — March 6, 2020

New Releases for March 6, 2020 Honey Harper – Starmaker CD/LP (ATO) Honey Harper’s debut album, Starmaker, comes as a collection of contradictions in both subject matter and style. Written with his wife and writing partner Alana Pagnutti over the past three years, the album itself is primarily about the journey to create it. It’s […]

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New Releases — February 28, 2020

New Releases for February 28, 2020 Robert Cray Band – That’s What I Heard CD (Nozzle) “Funky, cool and bad,” is how Robert Cray describes his latest album, That’s What I Heard. “I thought if it we could get this thing that Sam Cooke used to have, the kind of sound that early Sam Cooke […]

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