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Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 2-8-19 – 2-14-19

Ariana Grande: next? thank u


Alex Chilton – From Memphis to New Orleans – His back pages

Alex Chilton – From Robin Hood Lane – Standards for his father

Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next – Hot on the heels of a great album, the best single of 2018, and a damned good follow up in 2019, this is where it’s at on Friday – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Beast In Black –  From Hell With Love

Bob Mould – Sunshine Rock – That last single sucked.

Gary Wilson – The King of Endicott – The legendary, and legendarily eccentric, soul man. The first single is excellent but you’d expect no less.

Cass McCombs – Tip Of The Sphere – Indie folk guy with a lot of buzz

Cosey Fanni Tutti – TUTTI

HEALTH – Vol. 4: Slaves Of Fear

Jessica Pratt –  Quiet Signs – Pretty and gentle indie pop

Jozef Van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch  – An Attempt To Draw Aside The Veil – Flute player and filmmaker, what can go wrong?

LCD Soundsystem – Electric Lady Sessions [Live album] – From best to worse in ten years -they’d like to thank the little people.

Lou-Adriane Cassidy – C’est la fin du monde à tous les jours – singer songwriter broke through on the francais La Voix, and her sophomore effort adds 70s style French shading to folk confessional.

Mavis Staples – Live in London – She was great on this tour so unless they blow it in some unknown way…

Mercury Rev – The Delta Sweete Revisited – Covers of Bobbie Gentry songs uses other voices and electronic instrumentation. The “Ode To Billie Joe” is epic…

Panda Bear – Buoys – The always fascinating experimental boyish genius.

Said the Whale – Cascadia

​The Lemonheads – Varshons 2 – A cover album

UB40 – For The Many

Various Artists – Music Inspired by the Film Roma – I couldn’t get through the movie (I keep planning to try again), hated the Beck song buy the Billie one was good.

Xiu Xiu – Girl With Basket Of Fruit

YAK – Pursuit Of Momentary Happiness

Zedd & Katy Perry – 365 – “The Middle” changed my opinion about Zedd and Katy Perry has been gagging for a hit so… maybe.

A VERY SNEAKY PEEK: Ryan Bingham’s new album out February 15th!

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