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Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 1-25-19 – 1-31-19

Blood Red Shoes  – Get Tragic

Bring Me the Horizon –  amo  – I can’t say I feel these guys very much, mainstream rock from a band that seems a little passed caring

DAWN  – new breed

Dreezy – Big Dreez – “RIP Aretha” is awesome and she is a terrific rapper -all flow and no autotune.

Ella Vos – Watch & Wait

FIDLAR – Almost Free  – The new single is great. and in a world where everybody is straightening up these  punk rocker have never bent – MOST ANTICIPATED ALBUM OF THE WEEK

Katie Doherty & The Navigators – And Then

Julia Michaels – Inner Monologue Pt 1 – She wasn’t as big as she might have been but still a first rate songwriter

Keuning  – Prismism [Solo release for The Killers’ Dave Keuning]

Meghan Trainor –  Treat Myself –  did the future husband singer have to become a pop diva? didn’t we have enough pop divas once Taylor Swift joined their ranks? – MUST TO AVOID

Michael Franti & Spearhead  – Stay Human, Vol. II

Mike Krol – Power Chords

Mono  – Nowhere Now Here

Puppy – The Goat – Post hardcore rock with bite riffarama debut album.

Rat Boy – Internationally Unknown [With Rancid’s Tim Armstrong]

Rival Sons – Feral Roots

Rosie Carney – Bare

Rudimental – Toast to our Differences – the cool kids would be rude boys of EDM continue their 10th anniversary with a new album.

Say Anything – Oliver Appropriate – It has been twelve years since Its A Real Boy, and Max can still do pop punk but why does he?

Sneaks – Highway Hypnosis

Sponge – Demoed in Detroit 1997-98 – Like Gin Blossoms’ less gifted kid brothers, they were part of the 90s post-grunge wilderness and have managed a career by any means necessary since then.

Steve Hackett – At The Edge Of Light

Sunflower Bean – King of the Dudes – Remember when they were the next big thing? That was two albums ago…

Swervedriver – Future Ruins

Terror Jr – Unfortunately, Terror Jr – The definition of a modern pop duo, pissed at women who  voted for Trump.

The Dandy Warhols – Why You So Crazy – Remember when they were buddies with the Brian Jonestown Massacre? Well, give the Dandy Warhols this, at least they have a career.

TOY – Happy In The Hollow

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