Category: New Releases

New Releases — April 30, 2021

CDs + Vinyl: The Dropkick Murphys – Turn Up That Dial CD/LP (Born And Bred) On Dropkick Murphys’ new album, Turn Up That Dial, the Celtic punk outfit boots in the front door of 2021 with a record that punches you square in the face.  You can expect more gang vocals, pumping pipes, bouncing rhythms […]

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New Releases — April 23, 2021

New Releases for April 23, 2021 CDs + Vinyl: Alfa Mist – Bring Backs CD/LP (ANTI-) London based producer, pianist, bandleader and MC Alfa Mist delivers his fourth full-length solo record Bring Backs, his most detailed exploration of his upbringing in musical form. The album’s nine tracks of groove-based intricacies, lyrical solipsism and meandering fragmentations […]

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New Releases — April 16, 2021

New Releases for April 16, 2021 CDs + Vinyl: Cannibal Corpse – Violence Unimagined CD/LP (Metal Blade) Already well known for the level of extreme technicality they bring to every record, on Violence Unimagined, Cannibal Corpse have further upped their game. Comprised of eleven tracks, Violence Unimagined is state of the art death metal played […]

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New Releases — April 2, 2021

CDs + Vinyl: Cha Wa – My People CD/LP (Single Lock) The future of New Orleans music is Cha Wa, a Mardi Gras Indian funk band that takes the music of the streets into the 21st century [A limited-edition ‘Mardi Gras splatter’ color vinyl pressing is also available.] Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders & The London […]

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New Releases — March 26, 2021

CDs + Vinyl: The Antlers – Green To Gold CD/LP (ANTI-) Perhaps what distinguishes Green To Gold from the rest of The Antlers’ canon is its, well, sunniness. Conceived and written almost entirely in the morning hours, Green To Gold is the band’s first new music in nearly seven years, and easily their most luminous […]

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New Releases — December 18, 2020

New Releases for December 18, 2020 Drive-By Truckers – The New OK CD/LP (ATO) Drive-By Truckers released The Unraveling in January 2020 and set out for what was supposed to be a full year of touring. Needless to say, it did not go as planned. The New OK is a phrase Patterson Hood found himself […]

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