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Sneak Peaks: Upcoming Releases, Week Of July 13th, 2015


14 July 2015
Camera Shy Camera Shy

Prefuse 73 Every Color Of Darkness

17 July 2015

Alan Jackson Angels And Alcohol

Chemical Brothers Born In The Echoes

Flying Saucer Attack Instrumentals 2015

Future DS2

Galactic Into The Deep

Iron & Wine and Ben Bridwell Sing Into My Mouth [Covers album]

Jason Isbell Something More Than Free

MS MR How Does It Feel

Pitbull Dale

Ratatat Magnifique

Sublime with Rome Sirens

Tame Impala Currents

Tearjerker Stay Wild

Tim Bowness Stupid Things That Mean The World

White Reaper White Reaper Does It Again

Xander Duell Wade Laiste

Comment: Well, I know for sure what is not the most anticipated new album of net week (late next week to be precise), and that would be the new Jason Isbell, one of the biggest disappointments of 2015. I have a full review in mind, maybe by Sunday, and will not be a happy thing at all. Alan Jackson? He sucked so bad at Carnegie Hall a coupla years ago, I am not too thrilled any more. Pitbull releases album after song after album, Chemical Brothers -wasn’t crazy about the single. I think I’ll go with the psychedelic weirdos who were so good at Governors Ball earlier this year, win first place.

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