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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Album Releases 6-7-19 – 6-13-19




2012 Bid Adieu, We Died in 2012: This Is Hell

AURORA,  A Different Kind of Human (Step II)

Avicii, Tim – His first posthumous album, should be interesting to see whether his friends and family botched it  (so far the singles are a split) -MOST ANTICIPATED OF THE WEEK

Candy Says -You Are Beautiful; We Are All Beautiful EP

Carla Geneve, Carla Geneve EP

Cave In, Final Transmission

Charlie Cunningham, Permanent Way

Cimo Frankel, TBA


Dinosaur Pile-Up, Celebrity Mansions

The Divine Comedy, Office Politics – It is amazing this pretentious in an unpretentious way guy is still going

Drowse, Light Mirror

Dylan LeBlanc, Renegade

Froth, Duress

Gloria Gaynor, Testimony – So, yes, apparently she did survive

The Hamiltones, Watch the Ton3s EP

Haybaby, They Get There

The High Divers, Ride With You EP

Hollis Brown, Ozone Park

Jake Xerxes Fussell, Out of Sight

Jonas Brothers, Happiness Begins – “Sucker” killed it dead…

Keel Her, With Kindness

Kevin Richard Martin, Sirens

Loamlands, Lez Dance

Low Hum, Room To Breathe

Luke Combs, The Prequel EP – His second post-breakthrough EP

Lust for Youth, Lust for Youth

Mark Mulcahy, The Gus

Mattson 2, Paradise

MC Lars & Mega Ran, The Dewey Decibel System

MOTE, Get the Door EP

Naytronix, Air

Nicole Yun, Paper Suit

Palehound, Black Friday

Pelican, Nighttime Stories

Perry Farrell, Kind Heaven

Peter Perrett, Humanworld – Really hard to read this one… the single weren’t as good as his last, which was his first irelease in decades.

Pixx, Mercies

Plague Vendor, By Night

Santana, Africa Speaks  – always a pleasure

Silversun Pickups, Widow’s Weeds

Special Lonely, SLEP2 EP

Stef Chura, Midnight

Sunbathers, The Pool Party EP

Tee Grizzley, Scriptures

they owe us, Broken English & Sad Serenades

Tim Heidecker, What the Brokenhearted Do…

Yeasayer, Erotic Reruns – The post-Brooklyn boys are still kicking

Younghusband, Swimmers

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