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Sneak Feats: New Album Releases 7-31-20 – 8-6-20

Aime Simone, Say Yes, Say No

Alain Johannes, Hum

Alanis Morissette, Such Pretty Forks in the Road –  Alanis for morons: Jagged, under rug swept, maybe  Infatuation Junkie, and otherwise loosies. None of the loosies comes from this return.

Anna Sofia, Broken Perfection EP

Beyoncé, Black Is King – Bey seems to have peaked, and enough with the Lion King references, it wasn’t all that, but much like an Oprah Book Of The Month choice, you know you gotta be a part of it – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Black Thought, Streams of Thought Vol. 3: Cane and Abel EP – It’s my impression the Roots rapper has improved over the past five years.

Brandy, b7 – the R&B woman returns

Burt Bacharach, Blue Umbrella EP – the one song I heard was a bummer, I mean the man is 90 years old, but we will waiting for this with interest

Charley Crockett, Welcome To Hard Times -based solely upon who he is and how good the title track is, here is a contender for country album of the year…

Chingy, Crown Jewel

Chris Tomlin, Chris Tomlin & Friends  – CCM superstar for what it’s worth – maybe this will herald his grand return, the one song I’ve heard is a keeper

City Morgue, Toxic Boogaloo

Cold Beaches, Drifter

The Coronas, True Love Waits

Creeper, Sex, Death & Infinite Void

Dizzy, The Sun and Her Scorch

Dominic Fike, What Could Possibly Go Wrong

E^​ST, I’m Doing It

Eddie Chacon, Pleasure, Joy & Happiness

Edge of Motion, Revolting Angels

Ella Vos, Turbulence – this is the one where we discover if she is a one hit wonder

Fontaines D.C., A Hero’s Death

Ghetto Kumbé, Ghetto Kumbé

The Golden Dregs, Sorry For Your Loss EP

Hockey Dad, Brain Candy

Jon Anderson, 1000 Hands

Jordana, Something To Say EP

Julia Francis, When You Get What You Want

Land of Talk, Indistinct Conversations

Le Ren, Morning and Melancholia

Madeline Kenney, Sucker’s Lunch

Monograms, Only A Ceiling Can Stay Inside Forever

The Ninth Wave, Happy Days!

Paul Kelly & Paul Grabowsky, Please Leave Your Light On

Phoebe Ryan, How It Used To Feel

The Psychedelic Furs, Made of Rain  -if Butler must reform bands, reform Love Spit Love

Psychosexual, Torch The Faith

Rascal Flatts, How They Remember You EP

Rival Consoles, Articulation

Scott Cook, Tangle of Souls

Serpent Servant Slave, Headless

Shoreline Mafia, Mafia Bidness

Soviet Spacedog, A Shotgun State of Sunshine

Stephen Mougin, Ordinary Soul

Thanya Iyer, Kind

Victoria Monét, Jaguar

Wye Oak, No Horizon EP

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