Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 10-11-19 – 10-17-19

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808 State, Transmission Suite – Acid house heroes first release in seventeen years

88rising, Head In The Clouds II – The Asian collective return, not crazy about the EDM pop, but the artwork (a silver surfer) is gorgeous

Allah Las, LAHS

Art Alexakis, Sun Songs – He has been out with Everclear recently and has yet to improve on “Santa Monica”

BABYMETAL, Metal Galaxy – K-Pop metal meets dance

BBMak, Powerstation

Big Thief, Two Hands – Hmmm, a little too soon for another album

Blanco Brown, Honeysuckle & Lightning Bugs

Blue Hawaii, Open Reduction Internal Fixation – Best at their poppiest

Casanova, Behind These Scars

CNCO, Que Quiénes Somos EP

Common Holly, When I say to you Black Lightning

Cursive, Get Fixed – Saddle Creek goes prog and all are punished

The Dead South, Sugar & Joy

Devonté Hynes & Third Coast Percussion, Fields – Blood Orange goes classical. To quote Dylan,I didn’t know whether to duck or to run, so I ran – MUST TO AVOID

Elbow, Giants of All Sizes – Remember when they were the best band in the world? Guy, we hardly knew you…

Freddie Mercury, Never Boring – What? Eh? A five album box set of Freddie’s solo stuff? I dunno about that at all.

Good Graces, Prose and Consciousness

Julien Chang, Jules

Kim Gordon, No Home Record – The songs I’ve heard have been real  good and I am no fan, so it may be the one she has been promising ever since she divorced Thurston  – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Lacuna Coil, Black Anima

Lil Tjay, True 2 Myself – Another youngster out of prison and into the charts

Mark Lanegan, Somebody’s Knocking

La Santa Cecilia, La Santa Cecilia

Richard Dawson, 2020

TENT, Medicine

The Devil Wears Prada, The Act – the Christiancore stalwarts return

Various Artists, Punk Rock Halloween, Vol. 2: Louder, Faster & Scarier

Wale, Wow…That’s Crazy – a number of good featured performances promises a return to form

YK Osiris, The Golden Child – He was awful at the XXL Freshman gig, but better on recordings

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