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Deweekly'18 / March 9th

Second week of March! Here are some extra new releases that add to Staff's picks for this week. Happy release day!
1Submotion Orchestra

Release: March 9th
Label: Submotion Orchestra Ltd.
Genre: Trip Hop / Nu Jazz

The 7 piece from Leeds fronted by Ruby Wood releases their 5th album bringing back the good old days of Trip Hop. For fans of Morcheeba,
2Eryn Non Dae.
Abandon Of The Self

Release: March 9th
Label: Eitrin Editions
Genre: Post Hardcore

After their well acclaimed Hydra Lernaïa and the outstanding Meliora the French troopers return with a beast of an album. The band describe their sound as: "“complex and brutal structures, black and apocalyptic moods, an obscure music where dissonant compositions carry an in-your-face, aggressive vocal style…a trip into the depths of the soul."
3Acid Dad
Acid Dad

Release: March 9th
Label: Greenway Records
Genre: Psychedelic Rock

After touring with the likes of Thee Oh Sees and a solid Audiotree performance, NY Psyche Rock and Punk saviours Acid Dad are ready for a debut. 11 tracks that follow up her first EP released 3 years ago. Let's see how they hold up.
4Whyte Horses
Empty Words

Release: March 9th
Label: CRC
Genre: Baroque Pop

The Manchester group that gained praising words of Noel Gallagher with thier 2016 debut "Pop or Not" is back with their second full length. Love and jangling psychedelia.
5Beautify Junkyards
The Invisible World of Beautify Junkyards

Release: March 9th
Label: Ghost Box
Genre: Psyche Rock

And more psychedelia, I am sorry, but it's my soft spot. This time from Portugal. The sextet throws a lot of stuff into the mix, from tropicalia to folk for a really tasty musical experience.
The Free Life

Release: March 9th
Label: Ghost Box
Genre: Stoner

With 3 albums spawned in 7 years, the Bristol band has been narrowing their incursions into a more refined form of Stoner and Hard Rock, maybe too simplified for its own good but still keeping a strong and solid attitude backing their proposal. I hope that with this new release they haven't ran out of fuel.
7Suicidal Tendencies
Get Your Fight On!

Release: March 9th
Label: Suicidal records
Genre: Suicidal?

A snack of a supposedly second release following this year but Mike Muir and co. are back! As a huge fan of "Lights, Camera, Revolution" I was happy to know this was out today, cause I had no idea.
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