Sneak Feats: Upcoming Album Releases 6-26-20 – 7-1-20

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After one of the biggest weeks of the year, back to the business as usual…

ALMA, Have U Seen Her? Acoustic EP

Amy Rage, Solitude EP

Angela Muñoz, Introspection

Arca, Kick I – one of the most brilliant pop artists, she has worked with the greats and since 2012 all her own week has been unique and mindbender

Bananagun, The True Story of Bananagun

Becca Mancari, The Greatest Part

Bell Witch & Aerial Ruin, Stygian Bough: Volume 1

Boyo, Where Have All My Friends Gone?

Brian McKnight, Exodus – the soul brother has been at it since the 1990s

The California Honeydrops, Just One More, And Then Some EP

CeeLo Green, CeeLo Green Is Thomas Callaway – he never had more than two classic tracks, “Crazy” and “Fuck You” but accusations of rape derailed him, of the three songs we’ve heard so far “People Watching” is a keeper

Chris Colston, Bombs Away

Civic Center, The Ground Below

Dan Drohan, Drocan!

The Dead Tongues, Transmigration Blues

Derrick Hodge, Color of Noize

Dirty Projectors, Flight Tower EP – this guy lost it – MUST TO AVOID

Distant Cousins, Here & Now

Frank Zappa, The Mothers 1970 – Really? Is there anything left in the vaults worth listening to?

Gabríel Ólafs, Piano Works

Gordi, Our Two Skins

Grand Pax, PWR EP

Grey Daze, Amends

Haim, Women In Music Pt III – sounds as good as they ever get, maybe better…

James Krivchenia, A New Found Relaxation

Japandroids, Massey F—ing Hall – Canadian rockers who never improved on “The House That Heaven Built” but didn’t really have to

Japan, Man, Bad Days EP

Jessie Ware, What’s Your Pleasure? – The best voice you could put on an EDM pop record five years ago, ask Clean Bandit, she is pretty good solo as well

J. Laser, J. Laser EP

Kansas, The Absence of Presence – the decades old proggers are about as great as the name of the album on the one song that’s dropped

Kansas Smitty’s, Things Happened Here

Khruangbin, Mordechai – The Texas instrumentalists

Kyle Nix, Lightning On The Mountain & Other Short Stories

Lionel Boy, Who Is Dovey? EP

Louis The Child, Here For Now

Maceo Parker, Soul Food – Cooking with Maceo – swinging jazz pop by James Brown’s buddy

Mansions, Big Bad

Miserable Chillers, Audience of Summer

Mountain Time, Music for Looking Animals

Nadine Shah, Kitchen Sink

Neon Trees, I Can Feel You Forgetting Me – indie poppers back again, both the songs we’ve heard promises a return to power

Nicole Mitchell & Lisa E. Harris, EarthSeed

박혜진 Park Hye Jin, How Can I

PC Nackt, Plunderphonia

Phoebe Ryan, How It Used To Feel

Pottery, Welcome To Bobby’s Motel – post punk by the numbers

Raleigh Ritchie, Andy

Ray LaMontagne, Monovision so past his prime

Remo Drive, A Portrait of an Ugly Man

Seth Bogart, Men on the Verge of Nothing

Skullcrusher, Skullcrusher EP

Tenille Townes, The Lemonade Stand

Thad Cockrell, If In Case You Feel The Same

Toots and the Maytals, Got to Be Tough – Wonderful to have Hibbell back, and don’t expect Pressure Drop because that was then, but expect one of the best reggae performers near the top of his game. As Toots put it, reggae is soul  – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Various Artists, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga – count me in

Wetware, Flail

Will Hoge, Tiny Little Movies – country American no doubt,never much better than pretty good

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