More Upcoming Releases

New Releases (CDs / vinyl)

Artist: Title: Label/Due date:
Above & Beyond “Common Ground” (Read here) (Anjunabeats / Ultra, January 2018)
ACTORS (Vancouver-based post-punk group) “It Will Come to You” (Hear here; See here) (Artoffacts, early 2018)
Arctic Monkeys (title TBA; their first album in five years; Read here; eBay; Merch) (Domino, 2018)
Iggy Azalea “Surviving the Summer” (Read here) (Def Jam, 2018)
Drew Baldridge (title TBA; producer: Chris Stevens; first single: “Guns & Roses”; See here; Read here; On Tour) (Cold River, 2018)
The Band Perry “My Bad Imagination” (first single: “Live Forever”; Hear here) (Big Machine, TBA)
Breaking Benjamin “Ember” (Read here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Hollywood, 2018)
Lindsey Buckingham (title TBA) (Atlantic, 2018)
Butthole Surfers (title TBA; their first album in more than 15 years; Read here; eBay; Merch) (Five Music Inc., summer 2018)
Mariah Carey (title TBA; Read here) (Butterfly MC / Epic, TBA)
Rosanne Cash (title TBA) (Blue Note, early 2018)
Charli XCX (title TBA) (Vroom Vroom Recordings / Atlantic, TBA)
Chic Featuring Nile Rodgers “It’s About Time” (Read here) (Warner, TBA)
Collective Soul “Blood” (On Tour) (Suretone, late March/early April 2018)
Rita Coolidge (title TBA) (Blue Élan, March 2018)
Cypress Hill (title TBA; producer: DJ Muggs; Read here) (Cooperative Music, TBA)
Dada Life (title TBA; first single: “We Want Your Soul”; Hear here; iTunes) (So Much Dada / UMG, spring 2018)
Jason Derulo “777” (new single: “If I’m Lucky”; On Tour) (Beluga Heights / Warner, 2018)
Don Broco (English rock quartet) “»Technology«” (first single: “Stay Ignorant”; Hear here; See here) (SharpTone, early 2018)
En Vogue “Electric Café” (vocal group consists of Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron and Rhona Bennett; Read here) (Pyramid, TBA)
Rosie Flores “Simple Case of the Blues” (Bloodshot, 2018)
John Fogerty (title TBA; Read here) (BMG Rights Management, 2018)
Lita Ford (title TBA; producer: Gary Hoey) (Steamhammer / SPV, early 2018)
Sophie B. Hawkins “Free Myself” (her first album in nearly five years; Read here; On Tour) (Trumpet Swan, TBA)
Interpol (title TBA; Read here) (Matador, 2018)
Freddie Jackson “Love Signals” (his first album since 2010; producer: Barry Eastmond; first single: “One Night”; Hear here; On Tour) (Climax Entertainment, TBA)
Carly Rae Jepsen “Spread Love” (first single: “Cut to the Feeling”; Hear here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (School Boy / Interscope, TBA)

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Jessie J “R.O.S.E.” (an acronym for “Realizations, Obsessions, Sex, and Empowerment”; new single: “Queen”; Hear here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Lava Music / Republic, 2018)
Vance Joy “Nation of Two” (new single: “Like Gold”; Hear here; On Tour) (Atlantic, February 2018)
Judas Priest “Firepower” (Read here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Epic, March 2018)
Kiko Bun (northwest London reggae/dancehall singer-songwriter, producer) “The Clubs” (EP; producers: Kiko Bun, Crispin Hunt; first single: “Fistful of Nothing”; Hear here; iTunes) (Republic, 2018)
Loretta Lynn “Wouldn’t It Be Great” (recorded at the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tenn.; producers: Patsy Lynn Russell, John Carter Cash; Read here; Download; On Tour) (Legacy Recordings, TBA)
Paul McCartney (title TBA; producer: Greg Kurstin) (MPL / Capitol, TBA)
Jessica Meuse (finished fourth on season 13 of “American Idol”) (title TBA; Hear here) (Warrior / eOne, early 2018)
MGMT “Little Dark Age” (the psych-pop duo’s first album in four years; producers: MGMT, Patrick Wimberly, Dave Fridmann; first single: “Little Dark Age”; See here; iTunes; eBay; Merch) (Columbia, February 2018)
Migos “Culture 2” (Read here; On Tour) (Quality Control Music, 2018)
The Motels “Last Few Beautiful Days” (Sunset Blvd., February 2018)
Muse (title TBA; On Tour) (Warner, 2018)
Kacey Musgraves “Golden Hour” (Read here; On Tour) (Mercury Nashville, early 2018)
Nazareth (title TBA; Read here) (Frontiers s.r.l., 2018)
Nelly “Especially for You” (producer: Nelly; guest: Eric West; first single: “Especially for You”) (Republic, TBA)
The 1975 “Music for Cars” (On Tour) (Dirty Hit / Interscope, 2018)
Rita Ora (title TBA; first single: “Your Song”; Hear here) (Atlantic, TBA)
Panic! At the Disco (title TBA; producer: Jake Sinclair) (DCD2 / Fueled By Ramen, 2018)
Eric Paslay (title TBA) (EMI Music Nashville, 2018)
The Postal Service (title TBA; Read here)
(Sub Pop, TBA)
John Prine (title TBA; his first of all-new material in 13 years; Read here; On Tour) (Oh Boy, spring 2018)
The Prodigy (British electronic legends) (title TBA; Read here) (Take Me to the Hospital / BMG Rights Management, early 2018)
Randy Rogers Band (title TBA; producer: Dave Cobb; On Tour) (Tommy Jackson, early 2018)
Sevendust (title TBA; producer: Michael “Elvis” Baskette; Read here) (Rise, spring 2018)
Shalamar Reloaded “Bridges” (producers: Jody Watley, Ben Selvey, Freddy B; first single: “The Mood”; Hear here) (Avitone Recordings, TBA)
Smashing Pumpkins “Day For Night” (producer: Howard Willing; Hear here) (Martha’s Music / BMG, TBA)
Bruce Springsteen (title TBA) (Columbia, 2017)
Snow Patrol (title TBA; producer: Jacknife Lee; Read here)
(Polydor, TBA)
Tunde (ex-vocalist for The Lighthouse Family) “Acoustic Sessions” (includes covers of “Summer Breeze” and “I Saw the Light”; See here) (Neapolitan / Waking Dreams, TBA)
Wendy Waldman “Blue Balloon” (Longhouse, 2018)
Jack White “Boarding House Reach” (Read here) (Third Man, 2018)
Whitesnake “Flesh & Blood” (Read here) (Frontiers Music s.r.l., 2018)
Stevie Wonder “Through the Eyes of Wonder” (his first album since 2005’s “A Time to Love”) (Motown, TBA)






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