New releases

Published on June 28th, 2011 | by Gerry Galipault


June 28, 2011

New stuff

Artist: Title: Label/Due date:
Betty Black (fronted by singer-songwriter Sylvia Gordon) “Slow Dance [MP3 Download]” (six-song EP; producers: Gordon, Benjamin Gilbert; Hear here) (Frau Pink Productions/KID Recordings, June 28, 2011)
Beyoncé “4” (first single: “Run the World [Girls]”; Hear here) (Music World Music/Columbia, June 28, 2011)
Big Sean “Finally Famous: The Album” (single: “My Last,” featuring Chris Brown; Hear here) (Finally Famous/Def Jam, June 28, 2011)
Burn Halo “Up From the Ashes” (producer: Colby Wedgeworth; first single: “Tear It Down”; Hear here; See here) (Rawkhead/ILG, June 28, 2011)
David Cook “This Loud Morning” (first single: “The Last Goodbye”; Hear here; CD/DVD) (S19 Recordings/RCA, June 28, 2011)
Curren$y “Weekend at Burnie’s” (producers: Monsta Beatz, Rahki, Havoc, Magnedo7, Dirk Pate; guests: Young Roddy, Trademark, International Jones; Hear here; MP3 Download) (Jet Life Recordings/Warner, June 28, 2011)
Billy Ray Cyrus “I’m American” (guests: Amy Grant, Jamey Johnson, Craig Morgan, Darryl Worley; first single: “Runway Lights”; Hear here; Read here) (Buena Vista, June 28, 2011)
Duane Eddy “Road Trip” (producers: Eddy, Richard Hawley; Read here) (U.K. – Mad Monkey/EMI, June 27, 2011)
Keith Emerson Band featuring Marc Bonilla “Moscow” (2 CDs; recorded live at the Moscow Theatre, Russia, in 2010; See here) (Earmusic, June 28, 2011)
Marianne Faithfull “Horses and High Heels” (released in the U.K. in February 2011; producer: Hal Willner; guests: Lou Reed, Dr. John, Wayne Kramer; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3 Download) (Naïve, June 28, 2011)
Luis Fonsi “Tierra Firme” (first single: “Gritar”; Hear here; Deluxe edition; MP3 Download) (Universal Latino, June 28, 2011)
Jeff Golub Band, The (featuring Henry Butler) “Three Kings” (a tribute to the music of Albert, B.B. and Freddie King; producers: Golub, Bud Harner; guests: Robben Ford, Sonny Landreth; Hear here) (eOne Music, June 28, 2011)
Selena Gomez & the Scene “When the Sun Goes Down” (first single: “Who Says”; Hear here) (Hollywood, June 28, 2011)
Handsome Furs “Sound Kapital” (producers: Howard Bilerman, Arlen Thompson; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl; MP3 Download) (Sub Pop, June 28, 2011)
Jolie Holland “Pint of Blood” (producers: Holland, Shahzad Ismaily; Hear here; Vinyl) (Anti-/Epitaph, June 28, 2011)
Eilen Jewel “Queen of the Minor Key” (Hear here; Vinyl; MP3 Download) (Signature Sounds Recordings, June 28, 2011)
Junior Battles “Idle Ages [MP3 Download]” (producer: Steve Rizun; first single: “Seventeen”; Hear here) (Paper + Plastick, June 28, 2011)
Limp Bizkit “Gold Cobra” (their first album since 2005; producers: David Schiffman, Fred Durst, Wes Borland; Hear here; Read here) (Interscope, June 28, 2011)
Michael Martin Murphey “Tall Grass & Cool Water: Cowboy Songs VI — Buckaroo Bluegrass III” (producers: Michael Martin Murphey, Ryan Murphey; guests: Pat Flynn, Ryan Murphey, Troy Engle, Mike Bubb; first single: “The Ballad of Jesse James”; Hear here; MP3 Download) (Rural Rhythm, June 28, 2011)
No Surrender “Medicine Babies [MP3 Download]” (producers: former Tricky muse singer Costanza Francavilla, Radioclit; guest: TV On The Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe; first single: “Godda Get It”; Hear here) (ZerOKilled Music, June 27, 2011)
Dolly Parton “Better Day” (first single: “Together You & I”; Hear here; Read here) (Dolly, June 28, 2011)
Queensrÿche “Dedicated to Chaos” (producer: guitarist Kelly Gray; Hear here; Read here; Special edition; MP3 Download) (Roadrunner/Loud & Proud, June 28, 2011)
SBTRKT “SBTRKT” (Hear here; Vinyl; MP3 Download) (XL Recordings, June 28, 2011)
Shabazz Palaces “Black Up” (producer: Knife Knights.plcrs; Hear here; Read here; Vinyl) (Sub Pop, June 28, 2011)
Taking Back Sunday “Taking Back Sunday” (producer: Eric Valentine; first single: “Faith [When I Let You Down]”; Hear here; Read here) (Warner, June 28, 2011)
There For Tomorrow “The Verge” (producer: Michael “Elvis” Baskette; first single: “Hunt Hunt Hunt”; Hear here) (Hopeless, June 28, 2011)
Thievery Corporation “Culture of Fear” (Hear here; MP3 Download) (ESL Music, June 28, 2011)
Various artists “Rave on Buddy Holly” (all-star tribute to Buddy Holly, featuring Paul McCartney, The Black Keys, Patti Smith, Kid Rock, Lou Reed, Florence + the Machine, Modest Mouse, My Morning Jacket, Julian Casablancas, Fiona Apple, Cee Lo Green, etc.; Hear/read here) (Fantasy/Concord, June 28, 2011)
Various artists “Red Hot + Rio 2” (a modern tribute to late ’60s Brazilian Tropic&eaacute;lia movement; contributors: John Legend, Os Mutantes, Mia Doi Todd, Devendra Banhart, Beck, Aloe Blacc, Angelique Kidjo, Los Van Van, Brazilian Girls, etc.; Hear here) (eOne Music, June 28, 2011)
Gillian Welch “The Harrow & The Harvest” (producer: David Rawlings; Hear here; Read here) (Acony, June 28, 2011)
White Wives “Happeners” (first single: “Indian Summer, Indian Summer”; Hear here; Vinyl) (Adeline, June 28, 2011)
Ben Williams (winner of the 2009 Thelonious Monk International Bass Competition) “State of Art” (Hear here; See here; Read here; MP3 Download) (Concord Jazz, June 28, 2011)
Graham Wright (Tokyo Police Club keyboardist) “Shirts Vs Skins” (producers: Dean Marino, Jay Sadlowski; Hear here) (File Under: Music, June 28, 2011)

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