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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of March 6, 2020.  Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff and/or contributors.


– List of Releases: March 6, 2020 –

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Allen/Olzon: Worlds Apart
Genre: Metal
Label: Frontiers Music Srl

Hunted

Anna Calvi: Hunted
Genre: Indie-Rock/Pop
Label: Domino Recording Co.

Carnivore [Explicit]

Body Count: Carnivore
Genre: Hardcore/Thrash Metal
Label: Century Media

Superstar

Caroline Rose: Superstar
Genre: Indie-Pop/Rock
Label: New West

England is a Garden

Cornershop: England Is A Garden
Genre: Indie-Rock/Brit-Pop
Label: Ample Play

Unbroken [Explicit]

Crematory: Unbroken
Genre: Death Metal/Industrial/Gothic
Label: Napalm

Starmaker

Honey Harper: Starmaker
Genre: Indie-Pop/Folk
Label: ATO

you'll be fine [Explicit]

Hot Mulligan: You’ll Be Fine
Genre: Emo/Pop-Punk
Label: No Sleep

Dixie Blur

Jonathan Wilson: Dixie Blur
Genre: Folk/Psychedelic
Label: BMG

Silver Landings

Mandy Moore: Silver Landings
Genre: Pop/Indie-Folk
Label: Verve Forecast

2

Mark Kozelek with Ben Boye and Jim White: 2
Genre: Jazz/Rock
Label: Caldo Verde

The Ghost of Orion

My Dying Bride: The Ghost of Orion
Genre: Doom/Gothic/Death Metal
Label: Nuclear Blast

Out of My Province

Nadia Reid: Out of My Province
Genre: Folk/Indie-Folk
Label: Spacebomb

Conference of Trees

Pantha du Prince: Conference Of Trees
Genre: Electronic/Techno/House
Label: Modern Recordings

Ceremony

Phantogram: Ceremony
Genre: Electronic/Trip-Hop/Dream Pop
Label: Republic

Unfold the God Man

Psychonaut: Unfold The God Man
Genre: Doom/Post Metal
Label: Pelagic

Via Media

ROCH: Via Media
Genre: Indie-Pop/Experimental
Label: ROCH

A Beautiful Place To Drown [Explicit]

Silverstein: A Beautiful Place To Drown
Genre: Post-Hardcore/Emo/Pop-Punk
Label: UNFD

Traditional Techniques

Stephen Malkmus: Traditional Techniques
Genre: Indie-Rock/Lo-Fi/Electronic
Label: Matador

Sorry You Couldn't Make It

Swamp Dogg: Sorry You Couldn’t Make It
Genre: Soul/R&B/Funk
Label: Joyful Noise

5 Years Behind [Explicit]

THICK: 5 Years Behind
Genre: Indie-Pop/Punk/Indie-Rock
Label: Epitaph

Heavy Light

U.S. Girls: Heavy Eyes
Genre: Indie-Pop/Psychedelic
Label: 4AD


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SowingSeason
03.02.20
catch up week for me

TheNotrap
03.02.20
Nothing exciting for me, I'm going underground once again.

Atari
03.02.20
Nadia Reid is the most important release this week

dedex
03.02.20
might check the U.S. Girls record

SowingSeason
03.02.20
Weird I had Nadia Reid down for 2.28 but you're right it's 3.6. I'll update the post!

Atari
03.02.20
haha. I know nobody else cares half as much as me but just signal boosting one of my favorite artists

CriticalMyth
03.02.20
Also the collaboration album Allen/Olzon, which is very much under the radar.

MusicinaBox
03.02.20
Silverstein's new one is shaping up to be a dumpster fire. Bummer.

Get Low
03.02.20
Silversteinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

LotionLord
03.02.20
Hot Mulligan is gonna be good.

Atari
03.02.20
yeah the new Hot Mulligan singles are fantastic

SlothcoreSam
03.02.20
Don't forget the new Pears self titled album drops this week as well.

Nocte
03.02.20
That Psychonaut is leading the charge for AOTY so far.

Slex
03.02.20
Oh I care very much about the Nadia Reed album don't sorry Atari lol
Also Hot Mulligan, Dying Bride and US Girls
That Caroline Rose album is a fantastic lil indie pop gem, too

Atari
03.02.20
oh man, didn't realize Pears was this week as well. Gonna be a killer week

Ashtiel
03.03.20
very excited for the new u.s. girls, caroline rose, and phantogram

Dewinged
03.03.20
My Dying Bride and Phantogram, probably check US Girls too.

neekafat
03.03.20
Oh thank God I know none of these I was getting behind

PistolPete
03.03.20
Didn’t that Psychonaut album get released already? I’m getting deja-vu for whatever reason with it.

Willie
03.03.20
@PistolPete: https://psychonautband.bandcamp.com/album/unfold-the-god-man-2

Will have my My Dying Bride review soon. For some reason I was thinking it was next Friday.

Divaman
03.03.20
It's all about the Phantogram for me.

notagenius
03.04.20
request a review of Silverstein's

notagenius
03.05.20
I want to manually delete my last request. not interested anymore. sorry

henryChinaski
03.06.20
Silverstein for me this week

SlothcoreSam
03.06.20
Silverstein was soooo bad!
Hot Mulligan started out as a classic, but became i bit samesy by the end.
PEARS absolutely owns! Melodic Hardcore done with their own unique eclecticism.
Worriers, has some great song writing and moments, but gets a little sleepy.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
03.06.20
That worlds apart album looks so hilariously terrible

betlwedl
03.06.20
the new Pantha du Prince is super great!!! electronic ambient thing that feels like driving cruising through a magic rainforest

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