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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of May 14, 2013. Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff or contributors.

The Abramson Singers – Late Riser (Copperspine Records)
Adult. – The Way Things Fall (Ghostly International)
Agnetha Fältsko – A (Verve)
Amy Grant – How Mercy Looks From Here (Amy Grant Productions/Sparrow Records)
Anamanaguchi – Endless Fantasy (Redeye)
Andy Cato – Times & Places (Redeye)
Army Of The Universe – The Hipster Sacrifice (Metropolis Records)
Beams – Just Rivers (Beams)
Benga – Chapter 2 (Sony UK)
Bibio – Silver Wilkinson (Warp)
The Blank Tapes – Vacation (Antenna Farm)
Bobby McFerrin – Spirityouall (Sony Masterworks)
Calibre – Spill (Signature)
Candace Bellamy – In My Lane (Candace Bellamy)
Captain, We’re Sinking – The Future Is Cancelled (Run For Cover)
Deep Purple – Now What?! (Eagle Rock Entertainment)
Demi Lovato – Demi (Hollywood Records)
The Dillinger Escape Plan – One Of Us Is The Killer (101 Distribution)Jacob Royal
Dungeonesse – Dungeonesse (Secretly Canadian)
Eluvium – Nightmare Ending (Temporary Residence)
Eve – Lip Lock (From The Rib Music)
Extinction Protocol – Aeonic Obliteration (P2)
George Strait – Love Is Everything (MCA Nashville)
Gold & Youth – Beyond Wilderness (Arts & Crafts)
Heart In Hand – Almost There (Siege Of Amida)
Immolation – Kingdom Of Conspiracy (Nuclear Blast)
John Grant – Pale Green Ghosts (Partisan Records)
Kisses – Kids In L.A. (Cascine)
Koji – Crooked In My Mind (Run For Cover)
Laura Mvula – Sing To The Moon (Columbia)
Mindless Self Indulgence – How I Learned Not To Give A Shit & Love (Metropolis Records)
Mr Ms – Secondhand Rapture (Columbia)
pacificUV – After The Dream You Are Awake (Mazarine Records)
The Phoenix Foundation – Fandango (Memphis Industries)
Pure X – Crawling Up The Stairs (Acephale)
Saltland – I Thought It Was Us But It Was All Of Us (Constellation)
Scott Tournet – Ver La Luz (Illusion Tournet Music)
Small Black – Limits Of Desire (Jagjaguwar)
Snowden – No One In Control (Serpents & Snakes)
Surgeon – Chemical Reign (Surgeon)
Steve Von Till – As The Crow Flies [2013 reissue] (Neurot Recordings)
Tectonic – Tectonic Plates: Volume 4 (Tectonic)
This Century – Biography Of Heartbreak (This Century)
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – Mind Control (Metal Blade)
Var – No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers (Sacred Bones)
Vampire Weekend – Modern Vampires Of The City (XL Recordings)Alex Robertson
Wampire – Curiosity (Polyvinyl Records)
The Wonder Years – The Greatest Generation (Hopeless Records)


Album Streams:

The Dillinger Escape Plan – One Of Us Is The Killer

Dungeonesse – Dungeonesse

Immolation – Kingdom Of Conspiracy

Small Black – Limits Of Desire

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats – Mind Control

Wampire – Curiosity


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

Staff :

1. The National
2. Arcade Fire
3. Laura Stevenson and The Cans
4.  The Dillinger Escape Plan
5. Kurt Vile
6. Bibio
7. Vampire Weekend
8. Waxahatchee
9. Mikal Cronin
10. Modest Mouse


1. The National
2. Eluvium
3. Altar Of Plagues
4. Hammock
5. Anberlin
6. Rob Zombie
7. Seasick Steve
8. The Flaming Lips
9. The Dillinger Escape Plan
10. A$AP Rocky

Hey I actually contributed to the charts this week!

So happy to see a Deviant news post again =)

The new Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats album, titled "Mind Control" is due on May 14.

album stream: http://www.spin.com/articles/uncle-acid-the-deadbeats-mind-control-stream/

Anamanaguchi's Endless Fantasy is due on the 14th

The new Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats album is released from Rise Above/Metal Blade.

"Hey I actually contributed to the charts this week!"
I didn't :/

I need to find a way to scroble my iPod plays, since most of my listens aren't on a PC anymore.

^Yeah, I can't do that cos all my song files are on my HDD, outside the actual iTunes folder, and for some reason last.fm doesn't like that. When I get a new laptop I'm gonna see if I can fix that

Also, going by the ridiculous release standards here Calibre's "Spill" comes out on the 20th

"The new Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats album, titled "Mind Control" is due on May 14."

I could only see the local april release date, so cheers for that

"Also, going by the ridiculous release standards here Calibre's "Spill" comes out on the 20th"


It's not ridiculous at all, as I've already explained again and again. But thanks for the constant complaints and insinuations, recently promoted contributor...

On a sidenote, I had that down for the 21st so thanks for the assist!

lol what is "ridiculous" about the release standards? it goes from tuesday to tuesday is that difficult to understand

Because most albums come out between Sunday and Tuesday (and a hell of a lot of electronic releases come out every Monday) so I still don't really understand the rationale for splitting Sunday and Monday releases into one week and Tuesday releases into the next. It's like how basically nothing comes out from Wednesday to Saturday, so it seems as though it should be split Sunday to Sunday to keep all three consecutive major release days in the same week.

99% of all albums are not released on a Sunday. And we're not splitting Sunday and Monday, they occur in the same release week. The schedule starts on a Tuesday, and roughly 90% of the releases you see here were released on a Tuesday

Do you get it yet because your constant comments about this are becoming more than tiresome

Kind of, I guess I'll just shut up for now even though it appears our arguments aren't directly related to the other's point

Like, to me it sounds like you're saying "because most albums are released on tuesday, we think the release week should start on tuesday" and I'm saying "I get that, but wouldn't it make more sense to start the week on Monday when the other 10% are released and include both Monday and Tuesday in the same week?" and you're saying "You're becoming annoying" and I'm saying "That's blatantly not constructive"


Thanks! That explains it perfectly.

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