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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of December 11, 2012. Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff or contributors.

This will be the last weekly new releases post for the year, but will return on the 8th of January 2013. Happy holidays everyone!

Angels & Airwaves – Stomping The Phantom Brake Pedal (To The Stars Records)
Blink 182 – Dogs Eating Dogs (Blink 182)
Blue Stahli – Antisleep Vol.3 (FiXT)
Burial – Truant/Rough Sleeper (Hyperdub)
Capture The Crown – ‘Til Death (Sumerian)
Chief Keef – Finally Rich (Interscope Records)
City Lights – Acoustic (Invogue Records)
The-Dream – Terius Nash:1977 (Def Jam)
Genetix – Installation/Natural State (Artikal Music)
Hybris – Occult/Agent (Subtitles Music)
Jenni Rivera – La Misma Gran Senora (Fonovisa Inc)
Kasra – Surface VIP/So Real (Critical Recordings)
Mistabishi – Skum (Noh Music)
PRPLX – Fabric Of Space (Tempo Recordings)
Spktrm – Android Dreams (Project 51)
T.I. – Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head (Atlantic)
Tiga – Non Stop (Pias America)
Time & Distance – ON (Time & Distance)
Watch This Burn – My Way Back (Watch This Burn)
Wraetlic – Wraetlic Sampler Vol.1 (Convex Industries)

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Album Streams:

Blink 182 – Dogs Eating Dogs

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SputnikMusic’s Most Played Artists of the Week (according to Last.FM):

Staff :

01) Big Boi
02) Godspeed You! Black Emperor
03) Japandroids
04) Death Cab For Cutie
05) The National
06) Beach  House
07) Fiona Apple
08) Feist
09) Black Sabbath
10) The xx

Contributors:

01) Kendrick Lamar
02) Killer Mike
03) Bon Iver
04) Deftones
05) Katatonia
06) Solterra
07) Spraynard
08) Blood Command
09) Simon Hoskyn
10) Ben Howard





Deviant.
12.17.12
And this is why this will be the last new releases post for the year...

wabbit
12.17.12
Wasn't Laura Marling supposed to put out an album this year?


I really really wanted that to happen.

wabbit
12.17.12
Maniac did quit sputnik so maybe she did.

evilford
12.17.12
hi everybody I'm evilford I liek musix

wabbit
12.17.12
Why do people who only really listen to metal always have 36 chambers as a 5?

evilford
12.17.12
cuz shaolin that's why ????

zxlkho
12.18.12
burial omgggggggg

Trebor.
12.18.12
That The-Dream album came out a year ago da fuck

demigod!
12.18.12
Black Sabbath in the top 10 on last.fm

m/

Trebor.
12.18.12
Spraynard :)

demigod!
12.18.12
killer mike is higher m/

but fucking kendrick beat him damn

Eko
12.18.12
starflyer 59

marksellsuswallets
12.18.12
Woah Spraynard? Only redeeming factor of that list.

Brostep
12.18.12
More Kasra and Critical = more hardcore m/

Douglas
12.18.12
I would love a late Laura Marling album thAtd be sick

breakingthefragile
12.18.12
Blue Stahli's new album "Antisleep Vol. 03" was also released this week if you want to include that on this list Dev. The label is "FiXT".

Brostep
12.19.12
As well as Mistabishi's new album, "Skum," out on Noh Music.

Deviant.
12.19.12
Got em both, cheers guys

breakingthefragile
12.19.12
And just like that, my review of the new Blue Stahli album is now up.

breakingthefragile
12.19.12
Sorry, forgot to put the link in my above comment. Here it is:
http://www.sputnikmusic.com/review/53998/Blue-Stahli-Antisleep-Vol.-03/

klap
12.19.12
mistabishiiiii yesss

Deviant.
12.19.12
Pffft, already got it man. Too slow

Deviant.
12.19.12
Klap: only decent thing he's done was his 1st album

breakingthefragile
12.19.12
Dang, can't keep up with speedracer over here.

klap
12.19.12
thanks dev as if i didn't already have my opinions

Deviant.
12.19.12
Well it pays to be sure

Deviant.
12.19.12
"That The-Dream album came out a year ago da fuck"

Commercial release is this week, go figure

breakingthefragile
12.22.12
The Mayan Factor sneakily released their new album on the 21st to celebrate the apocalypse that never came to be. Figured I'd review it for the occasion. Don't know if you want to bother putting it up there or not Dev, but I'll post it here anyway.
http://www.sputnikmusic.com/review/54047/The-Mayan-Factor-Yesterdays-Son/

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