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Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 7-22-16 – 7-28-16

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Most Anticipated 7-22-16 – 7-28-16

 

Defeated Sanity – Disposal Of The Dead // Dharmata

Conveyor – Ready Not Ready

Elysia Crampton – Demon City

Ezra Furman – Big Fugitive Life

Faun Fables – Born of the Sun

Gucci Mane – Everybody Looking

Hammers of Misfortune – Dead Revolution

Harakiri For The Sky – III: Trauma

Honne – Warm On a Cold Night

K.A.A.N. – K.A.A.N

Knowmads – KnewSchool

Lil Durk – Durk 2X

Look Park – Look Park

Matt Carlson – The View From Nowhere

Merzbow, Keiji Haino, Balazs Pandi – An Untroublesome Defencelessness

MSTRKRFT – Operator

Numenorean – Home

Periphery – Periphery III: Select Difficulty

Relient K – Air for Free

Rhyton – Redshift

The Amazing – Ambulance

The Saxophones – If You’re On The Water

Trust Punks – Double Bind

Wreck & Reference – Indifferent Rivers Romance End

Comment: No messing about this week, there is one album and one album only that deserves mention: the great Atlanta rapper, out of prison, and ready to regain his crown as simply the best in class. I’ve heard three songs since he was released, “No Sleep (Outro)”, “First Day Out Da Feds” and the Kanye West GOOD Music track, “Champions”, and they are ALL TERRIFIC. Very, very excited for the return of the Iceman. PS: He recorded the album in SIX DAYS.

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