Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Albums 1-17-20 – 1-23-20

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070 Shake, Modus Vivendi – the soul rapper has a strong new single out

AJJ, Good Luck Everybody – “Normalization Blues” was just our single of the week

Alan Barnosky, Lonesome Road

Algiers, There Is No Year – modern rockers

Alice Boman, Dream On

…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, X: The Godless Void and Other Stories – The obstreperousness proggers

Anti-Flag,  20/20 Vision

Aoife Nessa Frances, Land of No Junction

Bill Fay, Countless Branches

Bombay Bicycle Club, Everything Else Has Gone Wrong

Charlee Remitz, Garden

Chelsea Cutler, How To Be Human – sounding a lot less EDM

Criteriea, Years

Danny Elfman, Dolittle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Drowns, Under Tension

Easy Life, Junk Food

Elliot Moss, A Change in Diet

Gabrielle Aplin, Dear Happy

G. Love, The Juice – oh no, the return – MUST TO AVOID

Halsey, Manic – The new single is as good as she has ever been

Hayley Mary, The Piss, The Perfume – The Jezabels lead singer

Holy Fuck, Deleter – tech indie

Jauz, Dangerous Water

Laumė, Waterbirth

Little Big Town, Nightfall – The last single was a goodie.

Mac Miller, Circles – The first posthumous release

Maria McKee, La Vita Nuova – the Lone Justice rides

Mr. Elevator, Goodbye, Blue Sky

Mura Masa, R.Y.C (Raw Youth College)

Of Montreal, UR FUN

Oh No & Madlib, The Professionals

Rat King, Vicious Inhumanity

Raekwon, The Appetition – Enter a Wu

Pinegrove, Marigold

Seamus Egan, Early Bright

Sons of Apollo, MMXX

Still The Tide, Between Skies

Stretch & Bobbito, No Requests

String Machine, Death of the Neon

Sun Kin, Private Time

Television Supervision, Waldo

The Courteeners, More. Again. Forever.

Theophilus London, Bebey – Six years after his last album (there was a mixtape two years ago), Kanye’s pal, and soul rapper avantgarde performer in a more than welcome return – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Various Artists, Bad Boys For Life Soundtrack – Let’s hope we get lots of 90s rap

Various Artists, Eze-Nri Royal Drummers Volume 1

The Weeklings, 3 – I’ve heard this one and it is killer garage rock via the Beatles

Whyte Horses, Hard Times

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