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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of March 27, 2020.  Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff and/or contributors.


– List of Releases: March 27, 2020 –

CALM [Explicit]

5 Seconds of Summer: Calm
Genre: Pop-Rock
Label: Interscope

Unmask Whoever

Activity: Unmask Whoever
Genre: Electronic
Label: Western Vinyl

Are You in Love?

Basia Bulat: Are You In Love?
Genre: Indie-Pop/Folk
Label: Secret City Records

Diamonds

The Birthday Massacre: Diamonds
Genre: Alternative Rock/Industrial/Gothic
Label: Metropolis

Local Honey

Brian Fallon: Local Honey
Genre: Folk/Rock
Label: Lesser Known

The Pendulum

Candlemass: The Pendulum
Genre: Doom/Heavy Metal
Label: Napalm

Sleepyhead

Cavetown: Sleepyhead
Genre: Indie-Pop/Rock
Label: Sire

Forever Just Beyond

Clem Snide: Forever Just Beyond
Genre: Indie-Pop/Folk
Label: Ramseur

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Coriky: Coriky
Genre: Alt/Indie Rock
Label: Dischord

Illusion Of Time

Daniel Avery and Alessandro Cortini: Illusion Of Time  
Genre: Electronic
Label: MUTE

Void Moments

FACS: Void Moments
Genre: Post Punk
Label: Trouble In Mind

The Caretaker

Half Waif: The Caretaker
Genre: Indie-Pop/Experimental
Label: Anti

Red Sun Through Smoke

Ian William Craig: Red Sun Through Smoke
Genre: Ambient/Drone/Electronic
Label: Fat Cat

Spirituality and Distortion

Igorrr: Spirituality and Distortion
Genre: Black Metal/Experimental/Breaks
Label: Metal Blade

Mother [Explicit]

In This Moment: Mother
Genre: Metalcore/Nu-Metal
Label: Roadrunner/Atlantic

Music for Film

Jacaszek: Music for Film
Genre: Ambient/Experimental/Electronic
Label: Ghostly International

BEFORE LOVE CAME TO KILL US

Jessie Reyez: Before Love Came to Kill Us
Genre: Pop/R&B
Label: Island

Walking Proof

Lilly Hiatt: Walking Proof
Genre: Country/Americana
Label: New West

New Me, Same Us

Little Dragon: New Me, Same Us
Genre: Trip-Hop/R&B/Electronic
Label: Ninja Tune

New Man, New Songs, Same Shit, Vol. 1. [Explicit]

Me And That Man: New man new songs same shit vol 1
Genre: Folk/Blues/Gothic
Label: Napalm

Endless

Magic Sword: Endless
Genre: Electronic
Label: Joyful Noise

Devotion

Margaret Glaspy: Devotion
Genre: Indie-Pop/Blues
Label: ATO

Snapshot of a Beginner

Nap Eyes: Snapshot Of A Beginner
Genre: Indie-Rock
Label: Jagjaguwar

Three

The Necks: Three
Genre: Jazz/Experimental/Minimal
Label: Northern Spy

Abolition of the Royal Familia

The Orb: Abolition Of The Royal Familia
Genre: Electronic/Ambient/Experimental
Label: Cooking Vinyl

Gigaton

Pearl Jam: Gigaton
Genre: Grunge/Rock
Label: Monkeywrench

925

Sorry: 925
Genre: Indie-Rock/Alternative Rock
Label: Domino Recording Co

Aporia

Sufjan Stevens: Aporia
Genre: Ambient/Electronic
Label: Asthmatic Kitty

These People

Talk Show: These People
Genre: Alternative Rock
Label: Council

Burn Embrace

Telepathy: Burn Mebrace
Genre: Post-Metal
Label: Svart

The World That Was

Temple Of Void: The World That Was
Genre: Death/Doom Metal
Label: Shadow Kingdom

Love is an Art

Vanessa Carlton: Love Is An Art
Genre: Indie-Pop/Pop-Rock
Label: Dine Alone Music

Metaphora

Void Of Sleep: Metaphora
Genre: Stoner Rock/Sludge Metal
Label: Aural Music

Saint Cloud

Waxahatchee: Saint Cloud
Genre: Indie-Rock/Folk/Lo-Fi
Label: Merge

Allegiance and Conviction

Windy & Carl: Allegiance and Conviction
Genre: Drone/Ambient
Label: kranky


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SowingSeason
03.23.20
Probably just Sufjan for me, and even there I have lowered expectations. It's been a slow month, but luckily The Weeknd and Childish Gambino kept things afloat last week. Will be busy with those until the end of the month.

dedex
03.23.20
Igorrr and Sufjan for me

Dewinged
03.23.20
I have a LOT to check here.

Sniff
03.23.20
kinda big week gonna be good

betlwedl
03.23.20
Nicolas Jaar has a solo album coming out friday too and that's probably the most important thing of the week

DoofDoof
03.23.20
there'll be a great album among this lot...no idea which it'll be

Lucman
03.23.20
Finally gonna hear Brian Fallon. It feels like I've been waiting for that record forever.

Minushuman24
03.23.20
It really did feel like that Fallon record should have been released weeks ago. Time has been creeping slowly.
Will for sure check out coriky too

Divaman
03.23.20
Birthday Massacre and Sufjan.

Ashtiel
03.24.20
not listed here, but Mamaleek and Melt Yourself Down are gonna be great.

SandwichBubble
03.24.20
FACS looks like my thing, will check.

Project
03.24.20
Half Waif Half Waif Half Waif

granitenotebook
03.24.20
nicolas jaar and sufjan hype

botulist
03.25.20
the necks are the only thing here that has a chance to be half-interesting.

tcat84
03.25.20
"the necks are the only thing here that has a chance to be half-interesting."

Oh really so you've heard all these artists discography's before?

k

notagenius
03.25.20
I will definitely check Vanessa Carlton's.

notagenius
03.27.20
Vanessa Carlton is beautiful, heavenly beautiful

notagenius
03.27.20
the new release I mean

Lord(e)Po)))ts
03.27.20
I was on the fence about checking that one, I guess I'll add it to the queue

Lord(e)Po)))ts
03.27.20
her name sounds so familiar

Lord(e)Po)))ts
03.27.20
LOL OH ITS THE A THOUSAND MILES CHICK

Lord(e)Po)))ts
03.27.20
Yo Sowing thanks for mislabeling that Activity album as 'Electronic'.

It's not, but I wouldn't have checked it out if you had properly tagged it as Indie Rock and it's actually really good.

insomniac15
03.27.20
Curious to hear Telepathy's new album, Tempest was excellent.

notagenius
03.27.20
yes that's her.

the necks puts me off. it is all a person can imagine how the 21st of the necks' release can be.

i am jamming The Orb: Abolition Of The Royal Familia
a lot of is happening in it.

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