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Sneak Peaks: New Album Releases 9-10-21 – 9-16-21

Diana Ross is grateful

Amyl and the Sniffers. Comfort To Me

Andrew W.K.., God Is Partying – the man is a sincere rocker but not as good as he needs to be to be any form of rock giant

Colleen Green, Cool

Common, A Beautiful Revolution Pt. 2 – what a plank, he is the Alicia Keys of rap

Diana Ross, Thank You – oh no, Jack Antonoff co-produced her first album of new material this century. The title track was excellent -MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Heartless Bastards, A Beautiful Life

James Blake, Friends That Break Your Heart – I like Blake a lot except he can be awful boring when he gets the song wrong

Jazz Cartier, Fleur Print

J Balvin, José – the second best person in modern Latin American pop

Kacey Musgraves, Star-Crossed – I haven’t loved her since she was smoking weed in a trailer park and nothing I’ve heard from this has changed my mind

King Krule You Heat Me Up, You Cool Me Down [Live album] – the one song I’ve heard was first rate

Matthew E. White, K Bay

Metallica, The Metallica Blacklist – this is covers album they’ve been dropping songs from all year so thank god it is here and we don’t have to keep listening to rotten versions of great songs

Park Hye Jin, Before I Die – talented South Korean singer songwriter confessional

Pokey LaFarge, In The Blossom Of Their Shade

Saint Etienne, I’ve Been Trying To Tell You – I received an advance copy and was verily impressed

Sarah Davachi Antiphonals

Sleigh Bells, Texis -the song I’ve heard killed

The Stranglers, Dark Matters – after Dave Greenfield’s death we were told tis seconds as a tribute album

The Vaccines, Back In Love City

We Were Promised Jetpacks, Enjoy the View

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