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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases 4-17-20 – 4-23-20

Alec Lytle & Them Rounders, The Remains of Sunday

Answering Machine, Bad Luck

Brett Newski, Don’t Let the Bastards Get You Down

Collective Soul, Half & Half EP – MOR 90s pop rockers never die nor fade away

Danzig, Danzig Sings Elvis – what’s not to like?

Datura4, West Coast Highway Cosmic

David Bromberg Band, Big Road

Delanila, Overloaded

dvsn A Muse In Her Feelings

Ed O’Brien (EOB), Earth – Radiohead guy, the single with Laura Marling is exactly what you think only prettier

Enter Shikari Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible – UK prog boys are back…

Eric Hutchinson, Class of ’98

Fiona Apple, Fetch the Bolt Cutters – eight years from her last album, and not a single pre-release single drop, excitement for the new Fiona is feverish (not unlike COVID-19, Day Five) -MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Girl Skin, Shade is on the Other Side – not bad folk pop

Great News, Now and Then

Gregory Porter, All Rise – on the basis of last week’s “Thank You” let’s hope it’s a collection of spirituals

Jeremy Zucker, love is not dying

John “Papa” Gros, Central City

The Larry Rose Band, The Jupiter Effect

Le Couleur, Concorde

Leslie Mendelson, If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…

Lido Pimienta, Miss Colombia

Little Shrine, The Good Thing About Time

Mac DeMarco, More Here Comes the Cowboy Demos – Thanks for the warning

Matt Evans, New Topographics

Mike McKenna Jr., At the Edge of the World

My Missing Half, Ceaseless Decay

Natie, In the Key of Fall EP

neumodel, Rock

Nicole Atkins, Italian Ice – chill r&b white girl

Ollie, Maybe This Was Supposed to Happen

Paul Burch, Light Sensitive

The Revered Shawn Amos, Blue Sky

Rina Sawayama, Sawayama – neo-popster behind “Commes Des Garcon”

Ron Sexsmith, HERMITAGE -the last great singer songwriter

RJD2, The Fun Ones

Roses & Revolutions, Under the Spell EP

Shabazz Palaces, The Don of Diamond Dreams

Shelby Lynne, Shelby Lynne -somewhere between pure Americana and Carole King

Skylar Gudasz, Cinema

Sylvain Chauveau, Life Without Machines

The Black Dahlia Murders, Verminous

Moanin’ At Midnight (Deluxe) – Tomas Doncker Band – adds live tracks to the 2014 Howlin Wolf tribute that has picked up steam in europe

TONER, Silk Road

Wire, 10:20

WYLDLIFE, Year of the Snake

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