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Sneak Feats: Upcoming Album Releases 6-19-20 – 6-25-20

Amnesia Scanner: Tearless

Amo Amo, Canta EP

Bad Cop/Bad Cop, The Ride

Bandgang Lonnie Bands & Bandgang Javar, The Scamily

Beyond The Black, Hørizøns

Blackberry Smoke, Live From Capricorn Sound Studios EP – top class hard rocking Southern rockers

Black Eyed Peas, Translation – one of the singles was pretty good and that replacement from Fergie is pretty good.

Bob Dylan, Rough and Rowdy Ways – All three singles are superb and the album is gonna kill it, also, if it takes Zimmy this far long between new compositions dropping, I could well be 70 years old when I hear another new one. By the way, check out The Guardian’s rave review here– MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Braids, Shadow Offering

Clint Black, Out of Sane

Commonwealth Choir, No End EP

Dead Posey, Malfunction EP

Eleven7four, What’s The 1174?

Eric Hilton, Infinite Everywhere

Gabby Barrett, Goldmine

Goat Rodeo, Not Our First Goat Rodeo

Grayson Capps, South Front Street: A Retrospective 1997-2019

Gum Country, Somewhere

Imaginary Tricks, Art Flakey EP

Iris Lune, lovelosslove

Jason Mraz, Look For The Good – do we feel good yet?

Jeb Loy Nichols, Season of Decline EP

Jenny O., New Truth – yeah, yeah, yeah

Jeremy Fetzer, Phases EP

John Legend, Bigger Love – the most boring man in the world returns – MUST TO AVOID

Johnny Burgin, No Border Blues

Juke Ross, Chapter 2

Kacy Hill, Is It Selfish If We Talk About Me Again

Kierra Luv, Take It Or Leave It

Lamb of God, Lamb of God – all four pre-drop singles are great and LOG is sounding more and more like the top metal band now that Metallica certainly aren’t

Llynks, Become The Root

Matt Lovell, Nobody Cries Today

Maya Hawke, Blush

Micah Freeman, I Wasn’t Born Yesterday

Mounika, I Need Space

Mushroomhead, A Wonderful Life

Nasty Cherry, Season 2 EP

The National Parks, Wildflower

Neil Young, Homegrown – the missing link between Harvest and Comes A Time sounds like the weakest link as well (so far!)

New Found Glory, Forever + Ever x Infinity

NSG, Roots

Ocean Alley, Lonely Diamond

Oumou Sangaré, Acoustic

Owen, The Avalanche – Mike Kinsella of American Football’s secret identity.

Permanent Collection, Nothing Good Is Normal

Phantom Planet, Devastator

Phoebe Bridgers, Punisher – Fascinated to hear if she pulls it off, so far it could well travel past the sophomore slump

Postcard Boy, Limbo EP

Protest The Hero, Palimpsest

Radnor & Lee, Golden State

Scarlet Pleasure, Garden

Switchfoot, Covers EP

Todrick Hall, Haus Party, Pt. 3

War Strings, Who Cares How It Ends

We Versus the Shark, Goodbye Guitar

We Were Promised Jetpacks, out of interest EP

Whitesnake, The Rock Album – old school metal stars

Wire, 10:20 – Post Punk punk masters and still around (though we do miss Benjamin Gilbert)

Zlatan, RoadToCdk EP

Zoon, Bleached Wavves

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