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Sneak Peaks: New Album Release 9-24-21 – 9-30-21

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Alessia Cara, In The Meantime – if sales aren’t what they might be, Alessia has still had a good year with single “Sweet Dreams” (not that) and also her (opening track) cover of Metallica

Amon Tobin, How Do You Live

Angels & Airwaves. Lifeforms

Ben Platt, Dear Evan Hansen (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – dreadful musical


Boys Noize, +/- – I don’t listen to the German EDM guy very often, but whenever I do I’m glad I did

Brittany Howard, Jaime Reimagined I wasn’t crazy about the album but the remixes I’ve heard improved upon it

Caleb Landry, Jones Gadzooks Vol. 1

Dave Okumu, Knopperz

Diddy, Off the Grid Vol. 1

Esperanza Spalding, Songwright’s Apothecary Lab – the jazz bassist has released seven tracks off this so it isn’t too early to applaud an album that if not a revelation, certainly a pleasure – MOST ANTICIPATED ALBUM OF THE WEEK

Japanese Breakfast, Sable – the breakthrough indie artist returns

Jesse Malin, Sad And Beautiful World – is it a little reductive to continue loathing this D-Generate?

Mas Aya ,Máscaras

Mickey Guyton, Remember Her Name – country music, black women’s final frontier… surely, it should be better

Nao, And Then Life Was Beautiful

Natalie Imbruglia, Firebird

Poppy, Flux

Public Service Broadcasting, Bright Magic – imagine The Avalanchers meets Bastille only better

Quicksand, Distant Populations

Ringo Starr, Change the World – of he wants to bring out crappy albums for his remaining days let him


Sufjan Stevens & Angelo De Augustine , A Beginner’s Mind – Sufjan finally moves away from ambient

The Body and BIG|BRAVE, Leaving None But Small Birds

The Shivas, Feels So Good // Feels So Bad

The Specials, Protest Songs – 1924-2012 – the Staple Singers and the Leonard Cohen songs we’ve heard are alright

Third Eye Blind, Our Bande Apart – what’s worse than a Third Eye Blind album? A seventh Third Eye Blind album

Vangelis, Juno to Jupiter – the brutally bad Greek new ager

Various Artists, I’ll Be Your Mirror [Tribute album to The Velvet Underground & Nico]

William Shatner, BILL – guilty as charged

YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Sincerely, Kentrell -not quite as youngboy hip hopped r&b

X Ambassadors, The Beautiful Liar

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