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Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 4-27-18 – 5-3-18

Anne-Marie – Speak Your Mind

Blitzkrieg – Judge Not!

Blossoms – Cool Like You

Buzzy Lee – Facepaint

Chromeo – Head Over Heels

Crematory – Oblivion

DMA’s – For Now

Dr. Dog – Critical Equation

Dylan Carlson – Conquistador

Elena Temnikova – TEMNIKOVA III: Не модные

Elysia Crampton – Elysia Crampton

Forth Wanderers – Forth Wanderers

Giraffes? Giraffes! – Memory Lame

God Is An Astronaut – Epitaph

Godsmack – When Legends Rise

Half Waif – Lavender

Iza – Dona de Mim

Janelle Monáe – Dirty Computer

Launder – Pink Cloud

Liz Brasher – Outcast

LLNN – Deads

Myth Syzer – Bisous

Neil Young – Tonight’s the Night Live

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – Kings OST

Okkervil River – In The Rainbow Rain

Paul White – Rejuvenate

PBSR – …and Dusky Doors

Post Malone – Beerbongs & Bentleys

Sibille Attar – Paloma’s Hand

Speedy Ortiz – Twerp Verse

Spielbergs – Distant Star

Stimulator Jones –
Exotic Worlds and Masterful Treasures

The Beat Escape – Life Is Short The Answer’s Long

The Parkinsons – The Shape Of Nothing To Come

Twin Shadow – Caer

VARSITY – Parallel Person

We Are Scientists – Megaplex

Weezer – Weezer (Black Album)

Willie Nelson – Last Man Standing

Wiz Khalifa – Rolling Papers 2

Comment: This isn’t a bad week. Least anticipated release is either Weezer or Dr. Dog -dealer’s choice and I would go with Dog and have done with it but Weezer are so much more popular. Most Anticipated: a lot of good stuff: Speedy Ortiz, Post Malone, Nick Cave is a soundtrack album for the new Halle Berry and Daniel Craig movie so maybe not. Post Malone? Hmmmm, I didn’t like the last one but this post-stardom release is a biggie, Chromeo or ANne-Marie from the world of EDM… I see it as being between Willie Nelson and Janelle Monae and both artists have released some great songs off these albums already… I am gonna go with Monae despite “Pynk”.


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