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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases 2-14-20 – 2-20-20

New Music Fridays have their own vibes and next weeks (the load below) is a little weak, and the week after that (2/21) has Ozzy, Best Coast, BTS, King Krule, and on… By the way, I use Billboards upcoming album releases as well as Metacritic, Album Of The Year, and other website, and consider it mind boggling that a website that is based around recorded music doesn’t have remotely close to complete listings for upcoming album releases… mind boggling but not surprising…

Alan Doyle, Rough Side Out

Anvil, Legal at Last – should be as pure a metal as possible

Ash, Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years of Ash- Irish guys grow up and not out

Bambara, Stray

Beach Bunny, Honeymoon

Boniface, Boniface

Carla Bley / Steve Swallow / Andy Sheppard, Life Goes On – This is actually pretty awesome from the stuff I’ve heard

Carly Pearce, Carly Pearce – The two tracks I’ve heard split in the middle

Cindy Lee, What’s Tonight To Eternity – dreamscape ambient with singing

The Deadnotes, Courage

DRAMA, Dance Without Me

EDEN, No Future

Euglossine, Psaronius

Gary Wilson, Tormented – The great one

Green and Glass, Green and Glass

Habibi, Anywhere But Here

Hollywood Undead, New Empire, Vol. 1

Huey Lewis & The News, Weather

Jacoti Sommes, Travel Time

Jack River, Strange Heart

Justin Bieber, Changes – I’d given up on this one but “Intentions” is such a great song, it could be… MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK (though that moustache has to go)

Katie Gately, Loom

Leila Sunier, If Only To Bleed Out The White Noise

Mo Troper, Natural Beauty

Nat Freedberg, Record Number Three

Nathaniel Rateliff, And It’s Still Alright

Niia, II: La Bella Vita

Noah Gundersen, A Raven and a Dove – Acoustic Selections from Lover – The Seattle singer songwriter is stupefyingly tedious – MUST TO AVOID

The Pedaljets, Twist the Lens

Pentagon, Universe: The Black Hall

Posehn, Grandpa Metal

Post Animal, Forward Motion Godyssey

Rejoicer, Spiritual Sleaze

Riki, Riki

The Saxophones, Eternity Bay

Shadow Show, Silhouettes

Steve Buscemi’s Dreamy Eyes, Sweetie


Tame Impala, The Slow Rush – I can’t take Kevin at any price, and I’ve tried, seen Tame Impala live and yet… Kevin is simultaneously smug and self-pitying

Tennis, Swimmer

These New Puritans, The Cut (2016-2019)

Various Artists, Cadence Revolution: Disques Debs International Volume 2

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