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Artist: Title: Label/Due date:
Adelitas Way “Notorious” (producers: Jake Scherer, Johnny K, Brian Howes, Johnny Andrews, Dave Bassett; new single: “Notorious”; Hear here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (The Vegas Syn / The Fuel Music, late fall 2017/early winter 2018)
Iggy Azalea “Digital Distortion” (new single: “Switch”; Hear here; Read here) (Def Jam, 2017)
The Band Perry “My Bad Imagination” (first single: “Live Forever”; Hear here) (Big Machine, 2017)
Beck “Colors” (producers: Greg Kurstin, Nile Rodgers; first single: “Wow”; Hear here; See here; Read here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Capitol, October 2017)
Black Veil Brides (title TBA; producer: John Feldmann; eBay; Merch) (Lava / Republic, early 2018)
Brand New (title TBA; Read here; On Tour) (Procastinate! Music Traitors, October 2017)
Lindsey Buckingham (title TBA) (Atlantic, January 2018)
Billy Burnette “Crazy Like Me” (Rock & Roll With It, October 2017)
Camila Cabello (formerly of Fifth Harmony) “The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.” (Read here) (Syco Music / Epic, 2017)
Mariah Carey (title TBA; Read here) (Butterfly MC / Epic, 2017)
Rosanne Cash (title TBA) (Blue Note, early 2018)
Charli XCX (title TBA) (Vroom Vroom Recordings / Atlantic, 2017)
Chic Featuring Nile Rodgers “It’s About Time” (Read here) (Warner, 2017)
Kelly Clarkson (title TBA; Read here) (Atlantic, 2017)
Collective Soul (title TBA) (Vanguard, early spring 2018)
Culture Club “Tribes” (producer: Youth; first single: “More Than Silence”; Hear here; Read here) (Different Man Music / Kobalt Label Services, TBA)
Cypress Hill (title TBA; producer: DJ Muggs; Read here) (Cooperative Music, TBA)
Eminem “The American People” (first single: “Campaign Speech”) (Aftermath / Shady / Interscope, November 2017)
En Vogue “Electric Café” (vocal group consists of Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron and Rhona Bennett; Read here) (Pyramid, 2017)
Evanescence “Synthesis” (Read here) (BMG Rights Management, fall 2017)
Fanny Walked the Earth (feat. Fanny members June Millington, Jean Millington Adamian and Brie Howard Darling) “Walk the Earth” (producers: Fanny Walked the Earth, Dave Darling) (Blue Élan, early 2018)
Rosie Flores “Simple Case of the Blues” (Bloodshot, 2018)
Lita Ford (title TBA; producer: Gary Hoey) (Steamhammer / SPV, early 2018)
Galactic Cowboys (title TBA; their first album in 17 years; Read here) (Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group, late 2017)
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds (title TBA; Read here) (Sour Mash, November 2017)
Louise Goffin “All These Hellos” (Majority of One, 2018)
Sophie B. Hawkins “Free Myself” (her first album in nearly five years; Read here; On Tour) (Trumpet Swan, late fall 2017)
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, 2017)
Carly Rae Jepsen “Spread Love” (first single: “Cut to the Feeling”; Hear here; eBay; On Tour; Merch) (School Boy / Interscope, 2017)
Little Feather “Little Feather” (lead vocalist Liz Sharpe is a second cousin of Loretta Lynn and Patty Loveless and guitarist Shannon Campbell is the son of Glen Campbell; first single: “Hillbilly Love Song [Hey Y’all]”; Hear here; See here) (Curb, 2017)

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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)
Majid Jordan “The Space Between” (first single: “One I Want,” feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR; Hear here; On Tour) (OVO Sound / Warner, fall 2017)
Marilyn Manson “SAY10” (Read here; Merch) (Hell Etc., TBA)
Mastodon “Cold Dark Place” (eBay; On Tour; Merch) (Reprise, fall 2017)
Paul McCartney (title TBA; producer: Greg Kurstin) (MPL / Capitol, 2017)
Jessica Meuse (finished fourth on season 13 of “American Idol”) (title TBA; Hear here) (Warrior / eOne, fall 2017)
MGMT “Little Dark Age” (the psych-pop duo’s first album in four years; Read here) (Columbia, 2017)
Eddie Money “Shake That Thing” (label TBA, TBA)
The Motels “Last Few Beautiful Days” (Sunset Blvd., early 2018)
Muse (title TBA) (Warner, 2017 / 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, November 2017)
The 1975 “Music for Cars” (On Tour) (Dirty Hit / Interscope, 2018)
Rita Ora (title TBA; first single: “Your Song”; Hear here) (Atlantic, November 2017)
Panic! At the Disco (title TBA; producer: Jake Sinclair) (DCD2 / Fueled By Ramen, 2018)
Eric Paslay “Dressed in Black” (producer: Marshall Altman; Read here) (EMI Music Nashville, TBA)
Pop Evil (title TBA; producer: Kato Khandwala) (eOne Music, early 2018)
The Postal Service (title TBA; Read here) (Sub Pop, TBA)
PRETTYMUCH “PRETTYMUCH” (producer: Ilya Salmanzadeh; first single: “Would You Mind”; Hear here) (Syco Music / Columbia, late 2017)
Randy Rogers Band (title TBA; producer: Dave Cobb; On Tour) (Tommy Jackson, early 2018)
St. Vincent (title TBA; Read here) (Concord / Loma Vista, 2017)
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, 2017)
The Smashing Pumpkins “Day For Night” (producer: Howard Willing; Hear here) (Martha’s Music / BMG, TBA)
Sam Smith “TPH-50HR” (Read here) (Capitol, September 2017)
Bruce Springsteen (title TBA) (Columbia, 2017)
Snow Patrol (title TBA; producer: Jacknife Lee; Read here) (Polydor, summer 2017)
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)
U2 (title TBA; producers: Danger Mouse, Ryan Tedder, Paul Epworth; Read here) (Island, 2017)
Wendy Waldman “Blue Balloon” (Longhouse, TBA)
Stevie Wonder “Through the Eyes of Wonder” (his first album since 2005’s “A Time to Love”) (Motown, TBA)
Chris Young (title TBA; first single: “Losin’ Sleep”) (RCA, 2017)


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