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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of June 5, 2020.  Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff and/or contributors.


– List of Releases: June 5, 2020 –

Shrines [Explicit]

Armand Hammer: Shrines
Genre: Hip-Hop
Label: Backwoodz Studioz

Tearless

Amnesia Scanner: Tearless
Genre: Grime/Electronic
Label: PAN

Head Above The Water

Brigid Mae Power: Head Above The Water
Genre: Folk
Label: Fire

technicolor

Covet: technicolor
Genre: Math/Progressive Rock
Label: Triple Crown

Blues With Friends

Dion: Blues With Friends
Genre: Blues/Pop-Rock
Label: KTBA

Splinters from an Ever-Changing Face [Explicit]

END (NJ): Splinters from an Ever-Changing Face
Genre: Metalcore/Hardcore/Death Metal
Label: Closed Casket Activities

GoGo Penguin

GoGo Penguin: GoGo Penguin
Genre: Jazz
Label: Universal Music Division Decca Records France

The Prettiest Curse

Hinds: The Prettiest Curse
Genre: Indie-Pop/Rock/Lo-Fi
Label: Mom+Pop

Confessional

Janet Devlin: Confessional
Genre: Pop
Label: OK!Good Records

GENE

LA Priest: GENE
Genre: Funk/Ambient/Techno
Label: Domino

Tower of Age

Lithics: Tower of Age
Genre: Punk/Post-Punk
Label: Trouble In Mind

Annual

Modern Nature: Annual
Genre: Indie Rock
Label: Bella Union

Rearrange Us

Mt. Joy: Rearrange Us
Genre: Indie-Folk/Rock
Label: Dualtone Music

Mind Over Matter

The Republic Tigers: Mind Over Matter
Genre: Alternative Rock
Label: The Record Machine

Sideways To New Italy

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever: Sideways To New Italy
Genre: Indie-Rock/Post Punk
Label: Sub Pop

Kistvaen

Roly Porter: Kistvaen
Genre: Industrial/Ambient/Drone
Label: Subtext Recordings

RTJ4 [Explicit]

Run The Jewels: RTJ4
Genre: Hip-Hop
Label: BMG Rights Management

World On The Ground

Sarah Jarosz: World On The Ground
Genre: Americana/Folk/Bluegrass
Label: Rounder

Patience [Explicit]

Sondre Lerche: Patience
Genre: Indie-Pop/Jazz
Label: PLZ

All Things Being Equal

Sonic Boom: All Things Being Equal
Genre: Alternative Rock
Label: Carpark Records


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SowingSeason
06.02.20
Not a massive week by any means, but some low-key potential in both Modern Nature and The Republic Tigers - two bands that I've enjoyed in their limited output. Might also check Covet, END, Mt. Joy, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Run The Jewels, Sarah Jarosz, and/or Sonic Boom depending on if any of them grab me at first.

peekatoad
06.02.20
Run The Jewels is news to me, but that's exciting. Hope it's as good as their first 2 albums

anatelier
06.02.20
I'm releasing my first album June 5th! Endling - Proper Nouns, diy indie-pop. It might tick a couple listeners' boxes. https://www.sputnikmusic.com/soundoff.php?albumid=337184

AxeToFall93
06.02.20
Immense week. Currents, The Ghost Inside, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, End, Run The Jewels, Flatbush Zombies, No Age, Armand Hammer are all interesting. No idea how to listen to all of them though lol

TheNotrap
06.02.20
I'm afraid there's nothing for me here.

Other week's releases that may be of interest:

Make Them Suffer - How to Survive a Funeral
16 - Dream Squasher
Cryptic Rising - Putrid Remnants

AxeToFall93
06.02.20
That Make Them Suffer record got delayed to July.

TheNotrap
06.02.20
My bad, thanks for the info

AxeToFall93
06.02.20
No worries, keeping up with what releases currently is hella confusing.

Lord(e)Po)))ts
06.02.20
A shame that el-p is still wasting his creativity on rtj

Excited for Armand hammer and la priest,

bludngorevidal
06.02.20
Will hit up END and Covet

Divaman
06.02.20
Catch up week for me.

dedex
06.02.20
imma go with Covet although I was a tad disappointed with their latest record

will also jam that GoGo Penguin one

Cormano
06.03.20
oh sweet new Covet I thought that'd be out in July for some reason

Dewinged
06.03.20
Not feeling anything this week, maybe only Brigid Mae Power. Some hilarious covers too.

Nocte
06.03.20
Not much going on here. maybe a metal deep dive is in order.

SandwichBubble
06.03.20
Been waiting for this new Lithics.

GhandhiLion
06.03.20
I heard that the Brigid Mae Power album is like Tim Buckley. So it's probably good.

Dewinged
06.03.20
Her last album had a couple of really great songs and the rest was more than decent so I have faith it'll be good.

henryChinaski
06.05.20
The Ghost Inside & END

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