Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases 4-23-21 – 4-29-22 Reviewed

Written by | April 18, 2021 5:54 am | No Comments



Alan Vega, Mutator – my late friend Richard Fantina played keyboards for the live band, Vega remains a sublime artist in his remain and suicide impossible to overrate. Vega died nearly five years ago but the vaults are finally opening up

Art d’Ecco, In Standard Definition

Cabaret Voltaire, BN9Drone – metl machine dadaism

Dinosaur Jr., Sweep It Into Space – sounds like a Lou Barlow joint

Eric Church, Soul – I guess it will be awhile till we know about the vinyl only “&”, but if this is half as good as as “heart”…

Field Music, Flat White Moon

Gang of Four, Gang Of Four: 77-81 – one of the most influential bands of all time, they are post-punk

Laurence-Anne, Musivision

Luminous Kid, at the end of the dream

Malia Civetz, Heels In Hand EP

Moneybagg Yo, A GANGSTA’S PAIN – dirty Atlanta never dirtier, it’s could to hear that trap sound again

Motörhead, Louder Than Noise… Live In Berlin – one of the greatest rock bands of all time

Porter Robinson, Nurture

Róisín Murphy Crooked Machine [Remix album], Róisín Murphy – potentially, the biggest disco album of the year, the Irish experimental popster works on the songs from 2020’s excellent  Róisín Machine, and something really great might happen  – MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Silverware, No Plans

Sir Sly, The Rise & Fall Of Loverboy

The Mars Volta, Landscape Tantrums (Unfinished Original Recordings of De-Loused in the Comatorium) – leading off with their biggest hit, the obstreperous and experimental proggers biggest hit leads off the re-working of their debut

Todd Snider, First Agnostic Church Of Hope And Wonder

Tom Jones, Surrounded by Time- both covers have been overpowering


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