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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Release 7-7-14 – 7-13-14

21 Savage – ISSA

Blind Guardian – Live Beyond The Spheres

Bloody Your Hands – Monsters Never Die

Brian Eno – Reflection

Broken Social Scene – Hug of Thunder

Chris Bell – Looking Forward – The Roots of Big Star

Dialysis – Pretty Men

Gone Is Gone – Echolation

HAIM – Something to Tell You

Melvins – A Walk with Love and Death

River Black – River Black

Public Service Broadcasting – Every Valley

Sundara Karma  – Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect Sony

The Doppelgangaz – Dopp Hopp

The Telescopes – As Light Return

This Is The Kit – Moonshine Freeze

Toro y Moi – Boo Boo

Various Artists – Silhouettes & Statues A Gothic Revolution 1978-1986

Comment: A very quiet week for the first week of summer, Brian Eno smells like a retrospective, Melvins are fun but not that much fun, Haim are overrated and only one of their new songs is any good, Public Service Broadcasting are still proving their point. That leaves for most anticipated album of the week the tragic Chris Bell, half of Big Star, who died at the sadly too soon age of 27 in a car accident. It should be a revelation for millennium music heads and my friend Pop Doses’ Robert Ross speaks very well of it.

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