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Direct Current’s Upcoming releases through June 7th, 2015



March 31

Boz Scaggs – A Fool to Care
Circa Waves – Young Chasers
Dayna Kurtz – Rise and Fall
Death Cab For Cutie – Kintsugi
Hall and Oates – Live in Dublin (DVD/BluRay)
Hannah Cohen – Pleasure Boy
Jenn Bostic – Faithful
Jesse Malin – New York Before the War
Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem – Violets Are Blue
Ringo Starr – Postcards From Paradise
Robyn Sherwell – Islander EP (UK)
Ron Sexsmith – Carousel One
Ryley Walker – Primrose Green
Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts – Blaster
Simple Minds – Sparkle In the Rain (Deluxe)
Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell

April 7

Alex G – Rules
Alicia Witt – Revisionary History (Prod: Ben Folds)
Alison Wonderland – Run (U.S.; 3/20 AUS)
Becca Stevens Band – Perfect Animal
Blues Traveler – Blow Up The Moon
Brian Wilson – No Pier Pressure
Callaghan – A History of Now
Chris Riffle – Out of Town
Cloud – Zen Summer
Delta Rae – After It All
Doldrums – The Air-Conditioned Nightmare
Jesse Baylin – Dark Place
Jamie T – Magnolia Melancholia EP
Josh Rouse – The Embers of Time
Lord Huron – Strange Trails
Marina and the Diamonds – Froot
Matt & Kim – New Glow
Railroad Earth – Live at Red Rocks (DVD)
Say Lou Lou – Lucid Dreaming
Shana Falana – Set Your Lightning Fire Free
The London Souls – Here Come the Girls
The Mountain Goats – Beat the Champ
The Waterboys – Modern Blues (U.S.)
The Wombats – Glitterbug
Waxahatchie (Katie Crutchfield) – Ivy Tripp

April 14

Beth Hart – Better Than Home
Calexico – Edge of the Sun
Christine & The Queens – St. Claude EP
Eels – Royal Albert Hall (Live) (CD/DVD)
Kathryn Calder (New Pornographers) – S/T
Jack Garratt – Synesthesiac EP
Lowland Hum – S/T
Marilyn Carino – Leaves, Sadness, Science
Moonking – Secret Life
Mt. Wolf – Red EP
Triumph of the Wild – We Come With the Dust
Villagers – Darling Arithmetic

April 21

Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color
Delerium – Rarities & B-Sides
Great Lake Swimmers – A Forest of Arms
John Moreland – High on Tulsa Heat
Lindsey Cohen – Distance Makes Me Sensitive EP
Passion Pit – Kindred
San Fermin – Jackrabbit
Wire – S/T

April 28

Amber Run – 5am (4/27 UK)
Ambrosia Parsley – Weeping Cherry (U.S.)
Blur – The Magic Whip
Braids – Deep In the Iris
Elliot Moss – High Speeds
Jackson Scott – Sunshine Redux
Mew – + – (Plus Minus)
Odessa – S/T
Sam Cohen – Cool It
Sophie Hunger – Supermoon (UK, EUR, AUS)
10,000 Maniacs – Twice Told Tales (Brit Folk Covers)
The Weepies – Sirens
Timeshares – Already Dead
Zac Brown Band – Jeckyll + Hyde

April TBD

Dar Williams – Emerald
Dida – Modern Love Songs

May 5

Best Coast – California Nights
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Live In Paris (CD/DVD)
Chris Stapleton – Traveler
Hannah Miller – S/T
Ivan and Alyosha – It’s All Just Pretend
Jeremy Loops – Trading Change (U.S.)
Julie Mintz – The Thin Veil EP (Prod: Moby)
Mandolin Orange – Such Jubilee
Metz – II
Mumford & Sons – Wilder Mind
My Morning Jacket – The Waterfall
Other Lives – Rituals
Shelby Lynne – I Can’t Imagine
Sweet Billy Pilgrim – Motorcade Amnesiacs
The April Maze – Sleeping Storm
The Word (John Medeski, Robert Randolph, N. Miss. All-Stars) – Soul Food
Torres (Mackenzie Scott) – Sprinter
Trevor Hall – Unpack Your Memories

May 12

Jimmy LaFave – The Night Tribe
Novella – Land
Patrick Watson – Love Songs For Robots
Paul Weller – Saturn’s Pattern
Róisín Murphy – Hairless Toys
Sóley – Ask The Deep
The Tallest Man On Earth – Dark Bird Is Home

May 19

Bhi Bhiman – Rhythm and Reason
Brandon Flowers (The Killers) – The Desired Effect
Faith No More – Sol Invictus
Fool’s Gold – Flying Lessons
Holly Herndon – Platform
Hot Chip – Why Make Sense?
Jamie Lin Wilson (The Trishas) – Holidays & Wedding Rings
Josh Gilligan – Steady On (5/22)
Kopecky – Drug for the Modern Age
Madison Ward & The Mama Bear – Skeleton Crew
Megan Slankard – Running On Machinery
Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds – The Weather Below
The Grahams – Glory Bound
Wartime Blues – April, Texas

May 26

Domino Kirke – Independent Channel EP
Eilen Jewell – Sundown Over Ghost Town
Joshua Fletcher – Ready, Aim (5/26)
Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love

June 2

Chris Stamey – Euphoria (Prod: Mitch Easter)
Civil Twilight – Story of An Immigrant
Florence & The Machine – How Big How Blue How Beautiful
Girlpool – Before the World Was Big
Husky – Rucker’s Hill (6/2 U.S.)
SOAK – Before We Forget how to Dream
Sun Kil Moon (Mark Kozalek) – Universal Themes

Comment: GIRLPOOL! GIRLPOOL! Definitely the album of choice going into Spring. Though a new Florence Welch, a new Chris Stamey produced by Mitch Easter no less, Shelby Lynn (hope it is half as good as her sisters new album), Mumford And Sons, Best Coast, Ringo, Paul Weller, Brian Wilson… should be a fun season.

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