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Here’s a list of major new releases for the week of June 19, 2020.  Please feel free to request reviews for any of the following albums from staff and/or contributors.


– List of Releases: June 19, 2020 –

PLANET'S MAD

Baauer: Planet’s Mad
Genre: Hip-Hop/Electronic
Label: LuckyMe

Hørizøns

Beyond The Black: Horizons
Genre: Power Metal/Classical
Label: Napalm

Rough and Rowdy Ways

Bob Dylan: Rough And Rowdy Ways
Genre: Folk/Rock/Blues
Label: Columbia

Upheaval II

Braids: Shadow Offering
Genre: Indie-Pop/Psychedelic/Electronic
Label: Secret City

Look For The Good

Jason Mraz: Look For The Good
Genre: Pop
Label: BMG

Lamb of God [Explicit]

Lamb of God: Lamb of God
Genre: Thrash/Metalcore
Label: Epic

Blush

Maya Hawke: Blush
Genre: Indie/Alternative Rock
Label: Mom+Pop

A Wonderful Life [Explicit]

Mushroomhead: A Wonderful Life
Genre: Industrial/Nu-Metal
Label: Napalm

Homegrown

Neil Young: Homegrown
Genre: Folk/Rock/Country
Label: Reprise

Forever And Ever x Infinity

New Found Glory: Forever and Ever x Infinity
Genre: Pop-Punk
Label: Hopeless

Lonely Diamond

Ocean Alley: Lonely Diamond
Genre: Psychedelic/Reggae/Progressive Rock
Label: Ocean Alley

The Avalanche

Owen: The Avalanche
Genre: Emo/Folk
Label: Polyvinyl

Punisher

Phoebe Bridgers: Punisher
Genre: Indie-Folk/Country
Label: Dead Oceans

Palimpsest

Protest The Hero: Palimpset
Genre: Progressive/Metalcore
Label: Spinefarm

Goodbye Guitar [Explicit]

We Versus The Shark: Goodbye Guitar
Genre: Indie-Rock/Post-Punk/Math Rock
Label: Ernest Jenning Record Co.

out of interest

We Were Promised Jetpacks: out of interest
Genre: Post-Punk/Indie-Rock/Emo
Label: Big Scary Monsters


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SowingSeason
06.15.20
Some bigger names this week.

theBoneyKing
06.15.20
Solid week yeah, Phoebe + Bobby D + WWPJ

Divaman
06.15.20
Catch up week for me.

peekatoad
06.15.20
Baauer and Protest The Hero could be interesting

zakalwe
06.15.20
Dylans new one is shaping up to be a belter.

AxeToFall93
06.15.20
PTH, Phoebe, WWPJ and also the new Nuvolascura. Good week.

Project
06.15.20
Hype for PTH and Phoebe. Cautious hype for Braids — I liked their last LP a lot but the singles have been hit or miss. probably going to check WWPJ too. and We Versus the Shark gets a nod on genre tags alone

Project
06.15.20
aw man can sputnik not do em dashes anymore? I'm doomed

Lord(e)Po)))ts
06.15.20
i'll be checking braids but don't have high hopes

will also check jessie ware, darkstar, and jockstrap

why is the chick from stranger things making music

Lucman
06.15.20
Phoebe is the big one this week. I'll take a peek at New Found Glory and Owen too.

bloodshy
06.15.20
betting mushroomhead and lamb of god will be the biggest duds of the year

looking forward to braids and hail spirit noir if that release didnt get pushed back

Ashtiel
06.15.20
new vile creature album is gonna be monstrous

budgie
06.15.20
ctrl+f dreampop

dang no good music this week i guess

bloodshy
06.15.20
braids is basically dream pop

bloodshy
06.15.20
check out the song "december" by braids. so good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAQxvJGtD2E

Dewinged
06.15.20
Bob Dylan, Neil Young? What year are we now??

I'll check'm all.

Willie
06.16.20
I'm interested in that New Found Glory release, and I don't care who knows it.

Nocte
06.16.20
Probably should get this LoG covered

Willie
06.16.20
You could probably just describe the sound of their last few albums, and say something along the lines of the new drummer being different, but not 'better' than their previous drummer and have the review 90% complete before even hearing the new one.

Nocte
06.16.20
Please don't take.me for copyright, I was planning on doing exactly that :/

ChoccyPhilly
06.16.20
Damn, new Jason Mraz? havent heard that name in ages

TheNotrap
06.16.20
The releases I'm looking forward to are:

Hail Spirit Noir - Eden In Reverse (June 19th)
Vampire - Rex (June 19th)

I'll probably drop a review for one of these.

Voivod
06.16.20
The mix of genres in the Ocean Alley album, looks promising.

SowingSeason
06.16.20
that's if sputnik genre tags can be trusted

Sunnyvale
06.16.20
Bob Dylan, Phoebe Bridgers, We Were Promised Jetpacks...

Big week (also Neil Young, but don't have high expectations for that one)

thecheatisnotdead
06.16.20
Phoebe and Bobby D and Owen and Protest and Neil Young, y'alls--appealing to the full spectrum of suburban angst (said with love, I'm tryna snag all of those save for maybe Neil).

Plus, understandably not on the list since it's a re-release, but the deluxe edition of High Violet is dropping on vinyl (at least, as far as I know, dunno if Covid threw a wrench in those gears).

In any case, my record shop picked a great week to reopen their doors.

bloodshy
06.17.20
TheNotrap, please do Hail Spirit Noir. It would be a shame if that album went unmentioned.

Slex
06.17.20
Excited for Hail Spirit Noir and Novulascuro or however the fuck you spell it

New Phoebe is very good, first Braids album I've listened to and I thought it was absolutely terrible

Project
06.17.20
pity, Deep in the Iris was great

Nocte
06.18.20
--however the fuck you spell it --

with letters dude, with letters.

Project
06.22.20
can't find the WWPJ album anywhere, anyone know what happened?

Sunnyvale
06.22.20
Regarding We Were Promised Jetpacks, I checked too and looks like it should be released this upcoming Friday

bloodshy
06.22.20
the new braids did indeed suck

Willie
06.23.20
Beyond the Black and Mushroomhead were bad. Lamb of God was meh. New Found Glory turned out to be unremarkable, but enjoyable. Protest the Hero is still growing on me. Also, we missed Make Them Suffer, but that one was also unremarkable, but enjoyable.

Dmax28
06.23.20
Alarum's new one is a solid addition to their highly refreshing and enjoyable discography.

colingaar
07.02.20
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Dewinged
07.02.20
Nice try, but there are no nerds on this site.

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