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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases 10-12-18 – 10-18-18

Belly – Immigrant – The Palestinian- Canadian rapper is pissed at Immigration policies under Trump and beneath contempt

Dave Davies – Decade – The other Kink with a retro

Edie Brickell & New Bohemians –  Rocket – A guess with hubby retired she has to get out of the house.

Ella Mai – Ella Mai – The r&b rookie has released three great songs and counting.

Elvis Costello & The Impostors – Look Now – It has been eight years (closer to nine) between albums for Elvis, and he has spent the time touring and composing a Broadway musical we haven’t yet actually seen. I haven’t been crazy about the three songs I’ve heard so far except maybe “Under Lime”. However, can there be any doubt that it is – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Eric Clapton  – Happy Xmas –  The living, breathing embodiment of a shitty idea

Jess Glynne – Always in Between

John Grant – Love Is Magic -Surrealist indie artist…

John Hiatt – The Eclipse Sessions – His first new album in four years, sounds pretty strong, country new waveish

Justin Courtney Pierre – In The Drink – Motion City Soundtrack lead singer sounds very pop punk

Kurt Vile – Bottle It In

Lee Scratch Perry – THE BLACK ALBUM – The legendary dubmeister

Nazareth – Tattooed On My Brain

Primal Scream – Give Out But Don’t Give Up: The Original Memphis Sessions – 25th year anniversary, so get your rocks off honey

Quavo – Quavo Huncho – At least it isn’t Takeoff

St. Vincent – MassEducation – I guess this the album of remixes she’s been dropping.

The Bottle Rockets – Bit Logic

The Residents – Intruders – They don’t look a day older

The Watson Twins  – DUO – Lovely, mellow country Americana.

Tom Morello  – The Atlas Underground

Tom Odell – Jubilee Road

Young Jesus – The Whole Thing Is Just There


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