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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Release 4-8-22 – 4-14-22

BANKS – Serpentina
Caitlyn Smith – High
Camila Cabello – Familia – “Bam Bam” grew off me and the entire Shamila stuff stunk, but it should be interesting to see if she call pull it off
Carla Geneve – Learn to Like It
Coi Leray – TRENDSETTER
Cole Swindell – Stereotype – actually not a stereotype… but close… “Down To The Bar”, featuring the exceptional Hard, is a great song
Daniel Rossen – You Belong There
DCG Brothers – Jungle Life
Dylan – No Romeo – EP
Father John Misty – Chloë and the Next 20th Century – we’ve heard two songs but it really only takes one as astounding as “Goodbye Mr. Blue”. I sincerely doubt we will get another of the same quality but on the off chance – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK
Fivio Foreign – B.I.B.L.E – he is the face of New York drill, and he is pretty good but not Pop Smoke
HEALTH – DISCO4 :: PART II – Industrial rock from the Nine Inch Nails fans
Isak Danielson – King of a Tragedy
Jack White – Fear of the Dawn – should be… arrogant
Jahmiel – LEGEND
Joe Satriani – The Elephants of Mars
Kae Tempest – The Line is a Curve – as a long time fan, what I’ve heard has been spectacular even by Kae’s spectacular standards
Let’s Eat Grandma – Two Ribbons
Lizzy McAlpine – five seconds flat
Lucius – Second Nature
Omar Apollo – Ivory
Orville Peck – Bronco – part one was fine
ROLE MODEL – Rx –
Syd – Broken Hearts Club – promises fine from the former Odd Future DJ
The Linda Lindas – Growing Up
The Regrettes – Further Joy – mo promises but…
The Vaccines – Planet of the Youth – EP -no promises but maybe
Vince Staples – RAMONA PARK BROKE MY HEART – he was stupefying opening for Tyler, The Creator last month but on record, wekk, this could be the real deal
Tom The Mail Man – Sunset Visionary, Vol. 2
Wet Leg – Wet Leg – I can’t wait for the tour with Wolf Alice (that’s a joke about viral bands from the UK)
Yung Lean – Stardust

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