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Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 10-6-17 – 10-12-17


Alex Lahey – I Love You Like a Brother

Andrew Bird – Echolocations: River

Andrew Hung – Realisationship

Blue Hawaii – Tenderness

Carla dal Forno – The Garden

Citizen – As You Please

Cults – Offering

Daphni – Joli Mai

Deradoorian – Eternal Recurrence

Ducktails – Jersey Devil

Elise LeGrow – Playing Chess

Gwen Stefani – You Make It Feel Like Christmas

Kelela – Take Me Apart

Kele Okereke – Fatherland

Liam Gallagher – As You Were

Lo! – Vestigial

Marilyn Manson – Heaven Upside Down

Miniatures – Jessamines

Mirah – Sundial

Mister Heavenly – Boxing the Moonlight

Nazoranai – Beginning To Fall In Line Before Me, So Decorously, The Nature Of All That Must Be Transformed

Necro Deathmort – Overland

ORB – Naturality

Poppy – Poppy.Computer

Primitive Man – Caustic

Rationale – Rationale

Shigeto – The New Monday

Slow Magic – Float

Sound of Ceres – The Twin

Street Sects – Rat Jacket

The Black Dahlia Murder – Nightbringer

The Darkness – Pinewood Smile

The Rasmus – Dark Matters

TOKiMONSTA – Lune Rouge

Warhaus – Warhaus

Weaves – Wide Open

Whitney Rose – Rule 62

Wolf Parade – Cry Cry Cry

Yumi Zouma – Willowbank

Ziúr – U Feel Anything?

Comment: There are names worth checking out here, Wolf Parade, The Darkness, Andrew Bird, Cults. Though the must to avoid has to be Marilyn Manson, who wasn’t that hot before he jumped on a prop, lost his footing, and ended his concert earl Saturday night. Ducktails is one of my fave EDM guys, but over an album…. So let’s leave it to two popstars past their prime, Gwen Stefani, who peaked in 2005 and has been going steadily down hill ever after, I want her to have nice things but I have my doubts. I guess most anticipated goes to Liam. Like Popdoses’s Ken Shane, I like every song he has released off this album, but then, I loved Beady Eye as well. Though, the truth is that while  the brothers may never get together again but they were always better together.

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