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What's New 7-1-22

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Loma Vista

This immersive and compulsively replayable new full-length cements Sophie Allison’s status as one of the most gifted songwriters making rock music right now. The album finds Sophie broadening the borders of her aesthetic without abandoning the unsparing lyricism and addictive melodies that made earlier songs so easy to obsess over. To support her vision Sophie enlisted producer Daniel Lopatin, whose recent credits include the Uncut Gems movie score and The Weeknd’s Dawn FM.

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Anti

Robin Pecknold describes the set as “me by myself on the longest night of the year... honoring the loneliness of 2020 with a nylon string and some songs new and old.” Selections cover all four of the band’s studio albums, while also featuring a cover of Nina Simone’s “In The Morning” and a rearrangement of the traditional “Silver Dagger.”

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Sub Pop

From the Brazilian standards that her family listened to while driving to the beach, to the European folk traditions she tapped into on her own, and the pursuits that interest her today – studies in archaeology, work as a gardener, and walking the world’s great trails – Naima’s music draws from family, the earth and music handed down through generations.

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Atlantic

Featuring Shinedown’s explosive yet artfully crafted sound and urgent lyrics, Planet Zero rings the alarm on a dystopian warning of the dangerous consequences to come when it all goes too far, and we begin to lose our respect for those with differing opinions and our compassion for one another.

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Sub Pop

My Other People presents TV Priest as a renewed and refined version of themselves. A band on a journey to express a more honesty while still remaining true to their post-punk roots. Giving 13 tracks of compassion, integrity and courage, TV Priest assert themselves as a band that not only wear their hearts on their sleeves, but also as a musical format for us all to enjoy.

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Sub Pop

Σtella makes her Sub Pop debut with the mesmerizing Up and Away, an old-school pop paean to the pangs and raptures of love. From the Greek folk-inflected get-go, we're swept up in Σtella's world - and it's quite the captivating place to be. The singer-songwriter joins forces with artist and producer Tom Calvert (aka Redinho) – a match made in Athens.

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Compass Records

Nicki Bluhm, the native San Franciscan who now calls Tennessee home, possesses a gorgeously emotive voice and her clear-eyed perspective on life informs the 10 tracks on Avondale Drive. Combining nostalgic country-rock with distinctly modern lyricism, Bluhm brings apt contrast for the process of studying one's past in order to make a better future.

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Red House Records

There’s a sense of optimistic yearning here, from the dreamy opener "Wonderment," to her ode to a broken heart, "Curiosity," to the pulsing promise of "Hope. " With the exception of "Golden," a searing indictment of white complacency, Sing To The Walls is ultimately about hope, connection, and love; the sweetness of life, even amidst a painful time.

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Napalm Records

It's time to put on your pirate hat and inflate your rubber ducks, because the world-famous Pirate Metal Drinking Crew Alestorm, have just set sail on a new voyage with their seventh studio album, Seventh Rum of a Seventh Rum. Featuring symphonic choirs, intense technical riffage and exquisite solo duesl. And rum. Lots and lots of rum.

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Mascot

September 29, 2021, Kentucky's favorite sons realized their childhood dream of playing at the legendary Royal Albert Hall. From clubs to arenas and festivals, no one puts on the kind of show that these boys do. Here they tear through an impressive back catalog, playing songs from their most recent studio album through to their biggest hits and fan favorites.

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Republic

The creation process of Meet The Moonlight marks a major artistic milestone from past work, taking shape from a one-on-one collaboration with producer Blake Mills, and unveiling a highly experimental process that involved embedding Johnson’s elegantly stripped-back arrangements with enchanting sonic details. Indie Exclusive Silver LP on 180g vinyl.

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Dine Alone

Otherness is the first album in over a decade from the group Rolling Stone declared "put Canadian post-hardcore on the map." Five guys playing aggressive rock grew to a hockey-arena headlining phenomenon while pushing and pulling between spirited guitar leads, melodic might, and emotional weight. Available on Indie Exclusive Pink/Purple LP.

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Terapia Productions

Riff-monsters Crobot conjures up the kind of rock 'n' roll that has grooves so powerful they throw you around the room and hooks high enough to shake the heavens. "This is the record we've been wanting to do ever since we started," exclaims vocalist Brandon Yeagley. If we can make you smile, we've done our job".

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Republic

Conan Gray has emerged as one of the pre-eminent pop superstars of his generation. After the commercial success of the global multi-platinum hits, “Heather” and “Maniac,” his music maintains its unflinching authenticity and originality. Gray’s debut album, Kid Krow, reached #5 on the Billboard 200, #1 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart, and was the biggest new artist debut of the year. Available on Indie Exclusive Autographed CD.

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Philadelphonic Records

Mixing old school blues and folk with new school hip-hop and funk, G. Love’s electrifying new album brings together both sides of the genre-bending pioneer’s eclectic career in a wildly innovative and deeply reverent sonic pilgrimage to the heart of the South. Produced by North Mississippi All-Stars’ Luther Dickinson.

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