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The Manics are best

The Manics are best

May 20

Bry Webb – Free Will
Cara Dillon – A Thousand Hearts (UK)
Chatham County Line – Tightrope
Coldplay – Ghost Stories
Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes) – Upside Down Mountain
Emma Ruth Rundle – Some Heavy Ocean
Haley Bonar – Last War
Hundreds – Aftermath
Jolie Holland – Wine Dark Sea
Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Going Home
LCD Soundsystem – The Long Goodbye: Live @ Madison Sq. Garden
Malka Spigel – Gliding EP
Nightmare & The Cat – Simple
Oasis – Definitely Maybe 20th Anniv. Ed.
Phillip Phillips – Behind the Light
Smoke Fairies – S/T
Syd Arthur – Sound Mirror
The Brian Jonestown Massacre – The Revelation
The Roots – And Then You Shoot Your Cousin
Wilsen – Magnolia EP (5/18)
Yann Tiersen – Infinity

May 27

Amy LaVere – Runaway’s Diary
Babes – S/T (EP)
Blair Dunlop – House of Jacks
Bruce Robison & Kelly Willis – Our Year
Challenger – Back to Bellevue
John Fullbright – Songs
John Illsley (Dire Straits) – Testing the Waters
Little Barrie – Shadow
Madison – The Bright Light EP
Matthew Barber – Big Romance
Miniature Tigers – Cruel Runnings
moe. – No Guts, No Glory
Owen Pallett – In Conflict
Sharon Van Etten – Are We There
Teleman – Breakfast
The Ghost Wolves – Man, Woman, Beast
Zoe Muth & The Lost High Rollers – World of Strangers

May TBA

Erlend Øye (Kings of Convenience) – Legao
Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence

June 3

Alice Boman – EP II
Birdy – Fire Within (U.S.)
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Only Run
Echo & The Bunnymen – Meteorites (4/28 UK)
Ethan Johns – The Reckoning (Prod: Ryan Adams)
Hamilton Leithauser (The Walkmen) – Black Hours
Howling Bells – Heartstrings
James – La Petite Mort
JD McPherson – TBA
Joe Henry – Invisible Hour
Josh Record – Pillars (UK)
Kan Wakan – Moving On
Lonely the Brave – The Day’s War
Matisyahu – Akeda
Meshell Ndegeocello – Comet, Come to Me
Panama Wedding – Parallel Play
Paul Weller – More Modern Classics
Peter Murphy – Lion
Robert Francis – Heaven
Sam Smith – In the Lonely Hour
Sleep Party People – Floating
The Donkeys – Ride the Black Wave
The Peach Kings – Mojo Thunder EP
The Pierces – Creation
The Shoe (w/ Jena Malone) – I’m OK

June 10

Bob Mould – Beauty & Ruin
Cowboy Mouth – Go
Eliza Shaddad – Waters EP (UK)
First Aid Kit – Stay Gold
Glass Aniimals – Zaba
Heather Peace – The Thin Line (UK)
Imogen Heap – Sparks
Jim Keller – Heaven Can Wait
Jose James – While You Were Sleeping
Jack White – Lazaretto
Kasabian – 48:13 (UK)
Mary Gauthier – Trouble & Love
O.A.R. – The Rockville LP
Passenger – Whispers
Rival Sons – Great Western Valkyrie
Royal Tusk – Mountain
The Who – Quadrophenia Live In London
Tiny Victories – Haunts
Tomas Barfod – Love Me

June 17

Beverly Craven – Change of Heart (UK)
Buellton – Silent Partner
Glass Towers – Halcyon Days
Jennifer Lopez – A.K.A.
Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence
Lewis Watson – The Morning
Mark Chadwick (Levellers) – Moment
The Antlers – Familiars
The Felice Brothers – Favorite Waitress

June 24

A Sunny Day In Glasgow – Sea When Absent
Bad Suns – Language & Perspective
Bernhoft – Islander
Ed Sheeran – x (multiply)
Eric Johnson – Europe Live
How To Dress Well – What Is This Heart?
Jess Klein – Learning Faith
Magic Man – Before the Waves
Peter Frampton – Hummingbird In A Box
Peter Gabriel – Back to Front/Live In London (DVD)
Phish – Fuego
PHOX – S/T
SomeKindaWonderful – S/T
SPEAK – Pedals
Vacationer – Relief
Wagons – Acid Rain & Sugar Cane

June TBA

Sia – 1000 Forms of Fear

July 1

Elton John – The Million Dollar Piano (DVD)
George Ezra – Wanted On Voyage (UK)
Levon Helm Band – Midnight Ramble Sessions III
Old Crow Medicine Show – Remedy

July 8

Bright Light Bright Light – Life Is Easy
Cloud Boat – Model of You (UK)
John Mellencamp – Performs Trouble No More Live @ Town Hall
Jon Allen – Deep River
Manic Street Preachers – Futurology (UK)
Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited: Live at The Royal Albert Hall (CD/DVD)
Tim Bowness (No-Man) – Abandoned Dancehall Dreams

July 15

Big Wreck – Ghosts (6/10 CAN)
Fink – Hard Believer
Jay Brannan – Always, Then, and Now
Little Daylight – Hello Memory
Luluc – Passerby
Puss N Boots (Norah Jones) – No Fools, No Fun
Slow Club – Complete Surrender
Stu Larsen – Vagabond
Trampled By Turtles – Wild Animals
Woman’s Hour – Conversations

July 22

Got A Girl – I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now
Nell Bryden – Wayfarer

July 29

The Allman Brothers Band – 1971 Fillmore East Recordings (Box)
Angus & Julia Stone – S/T (Prod: Rick Rubin) (8/1 AUS)
Bebel Gilberto – Tudo!
Imelda May – Tribal
Marc Broussard – A Life Worth Living

July TBA

Jenny Lewis – The Voyager

Comment: This takes us half way through the summer and it isn’t all bad. A new Imelda May is always a pleasure, Conor Oberst might have sucked so far but who is to say? Miniature Tigers, Sharon Van Etten, Levon Helm is the live one we’ve deserved with any luck, Paul Weller (!), Ed Sheeran, Phish, J Lo… wow, some list… but I think the  biggest will be either Manic Street Preachers or Lana Del Rey. “West Coast” is such a great song and the Manics are always excellent.

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