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Sneak Peaks: New ALbum Releases 6-1-18 – 6-7-18

 

Albin Lee Meldau – About You

American Aquarium – Things Change

Androopers – Caught In The Act

Azealia Banks – Fantasea II: The Second Wave

Beach Skulls – Las Dunas

Ben Howard – Noonday Dream

Bodega – Endless Scroll

Brockhampton – PUPPY

Bruno Pronsato & L.A. Teen – A Face Wasted on the Theatre

Cœur De Pirate – En cas de tempête, ce jardin sera fermé

Father John Misty – God’s Favorite Customer

Kitten – Pink Champagne

Gabriella Cohen – Pink is the Colour of Unconditional Love

Ghost – PREQUELLE

Joan of Arc – 1984

Juliana Daugherty – Light

LUMP – LUMP

Maps & Atlases – Lightlessness Is Nothing New

Morcheeba – Blaze Away

Neko Case – Hell-On

Oneohtrix Point Never – Age Of

Owl City – Cinematic

Patrick Higgins – Dossier

Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson – Apart

Richard Edwards – Verdugo

Roger Daltrey – As Long As I Have You

Sam Evian – You, Forever

Sami Baha – Free For All

Tancred – Nightstand

The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Something Else

The Saxophone – Songs of the Saxophones

UNS – Alles Was Wir Machen Ist Kunst

Vicktor Taiwò – Joy Comes in Spirit

Warmdüscher – Whale City

Comment: Azealia Banks is the obvious choice for most anticipated of the week, except if I name her it will be THE THIRD TIME I’ve been promised this fucking album, so, no. Natalie Prass is on First listen and it is a very good album, Brockhampton (who I hope to catch at Gov Ball next week) are a touch too hip for my tastes. Let’s double back and deal with least anticipated: Roger Daltrey, Father John Misty, The Brian Jonestown Massacre… the only reason I am not including Neko Case is because I like her new single…  I am going a little left field and choosing the greatest jam band who didn’t break when I said they would back in 2012 for most anticipated. I wrote this then: “(Maps & Atlases) were a jam band noodling and improvising on spacey, complicated string modulations fronted by Dave Davison who,stick thin with long stringy light brown hair and a beard, seems to to have wander in from a three day festival of peace love and music,. They were the next Phish.” I have great expectations.

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