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Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 4-22-16 – 4-28-16




Andy Stott – Too Many Voices

A$AP Ferg – Always Strive and Prosper

Big Black Delta – Trágame Tierra

Blixa Bargeld & Teho Teardo – Nerissimo

Blue October – Home

dälek – Asphalt For Eden

Dami Im – Classic Carpenters

False Gods – Wasteland

Greys – Outer Heaven

Guided By Voices – Please Be Honest

Higher Authorities – Neptune

Justin Martin – Hello Clouds

Kashiwa Daisuke – Program Music II

Knifeworld – Bottled Out of Eden

October Tide – Winged Waltz

Project Kitchen Band – Table For Five

Puggy – Colours

Reptilian – Perennial Void Traverse

Rufus Wainwright – Take All My Loves: 9 Shakespeare Sonnets

Sorority Noise – It Kindly Stopped For Me

The Strumbellas – Hope

We Are Scientists – Helter Seltzer

Wire – Nocturnal Koreans

Comment: It is endlessly interesting how people stop being cool. Conor Oberst was the epitome of cool for years and years, and then he botched his second solo album and formed a terrible supergroup and he has never come all the way back. Rufus Wainwright was the poster boy for cool, gifted and gay and then he wrote a crappy opera and that was that. What I’ve heard of the Shakespeare album has been at the very least interesting but not even slightly cool. But it wouldn’t have mattered if it was great because everything I’ve heard off the upcoming A$AP Ferg album has been terrific and it is the MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK.

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