New Releases (CDs + Vinyl)

Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons “Kings of the Asylum” (third album from the Motörhead guitarist and his band; new single: “Schizophrenia”; See here; Purple Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) Nuclear Blast
Kyle Eastwood “Eastwood Symphonic” (a tribute to his father Clint Eastwood and theme songs from his movies; joined by Czech National Symphony Orchestra, led by Grammy Award-winning conductor Gast Waltzing; Hear here; Vinyl; Amazon UK) Discograph
Peter Frampton “Peter Frampton at Royal Albert Hall” (November 2022 concert in London, with his long-standing band of Rob Arthur, Adam Lester, Dan Wojciechowski and Steve Mackey; Hear here; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) UMe
Frankie and the Witch Fingers “Data Doom” (L.A. psych-punk quartet’s seventh album; new single: “Mild Davis”; See here; Vinyl; Cassette; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) Greenway Records / The Reverberation Appreciation Society
Mick Harvey & Amanda Acevedo “Phantasmagoria in Blue” (new single: “Milk & Honey”; See here; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) Mute
dadá Joãozinho “tds bem Global” (São Paulo-based artist’s debut album; new single: “Pai e Mãe”; See here; Vinyl; Download) Innovative Leisure
midwxst “E3” (Translucent Cobalt Vinyl; rapper-singer’s debut album; new single: “warning”; See here) Geffen
Coco Montoya “Writing on the Wall” (blues-rock singer-guitarist’s first album in four years; producers: Tony Braunagel, Jeff Paris; guests: Lee Roy Parnell, Ronnie Baker Brooks; Translucent Blue Vinyl out Sept. 29; On Tour) Alligator
The Paper Kites “At the Roadhouse” (Melbourne folk/rock band’s sixth album; recorded and mixed by engineer Matt Redlich; new single: “Hurt So Good”; See here; Vinyl; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) Nettwerk
Polaris “Fatalism” (Australian metalcore band’s third album; guitarist Ryan Siew died unexpectedly on June 19; producers: Polaris, Scott Simpson, Lance Prenc; new single: “Inhumane”; See here; Clear With Green, Violet & Curacao Splatter Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music) SharpTone
Royal Blood “Back to the Water Below” (English rock duo’s fourth album; producers: Royal Blood; new single: “Pull Me Through”; See here; Vinyl; Amazon-Exclusive Gold Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; On Tour) Warner
Sigala “Every Cloud” (guests: Ellie Goulding, James Arthur, David Guetta, Rita Ora, Becky Hill, MNEK, et al; new single: “Wish You Well”; See here; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) Ministry of Sound
Slowdive “everything is alive” (British dream-pop band’s fifth album and first since 2017; new single: “kisses”; See here; Vinyl; Amazon UK; Cassette; Download; Apple Music; On Tour) Dead Oceans
Small Million “Passenger” (producer: multi-instrumentalist Ryan Linder; See here; Vinyl; Download) Tender Loving Empire
Speedy Ortiz “Rabbit Rabbit” (Philly-based band’s fourth album and first in five years; producers: Speedy Ortiz, Sarah Tudzin; new single: “You S02”; See here; Opaque Hot Pink, Yellow & Light Blue Vinyl; Cassette; Apple Music; On Tour) Wax Nine

New Releases (Downloads)

Philip Seth Campbell “City Lights” (solo album from the former member of The Temperance Movement; first single: “Magical West”; Hear here; Amazon UK; On Tour) Assai Records
Crowes Pasture “Don’t Blink” (folk/Americana duo’s fourth album; new single: “Barranco”; Hear here) Crowes Pasture
Larry Fleet “Earned It” (country singer’s third album; a 21-song tribute to blue-collar workers; producer: Joey Moi; Hear here; Read here; Apple Music; On Tour) Big Loud
Elliott Fullam “End of Ways” (18-year-old New Jersey singer-songwriter’s second album; new single: “End of Ways”; See here; CD and Opaque Orange Vinyl out Oct. 27; Apple Music) Kill Rock Stars
Icona Pop “Club Romantech” (Swedish electropop duo’s first album in a decade; new single: “Where Do We Go From Here”; See here; Read here; Amazon UK; Apple Music) Ultra
Illa J “No Traffic” (Detroit-born singer-rapper-producer is the younger brother of the late hip-hop legend J Dilla and is a former member of Slum Village; producer: The Carvery Studio; guests: Amp Fiddler, Frank n Dank, Harleighblu, Serious, Joz B, Maine Soul; new single: “No Traffic”; See here; Apple Music) BBE Music
JESSIKA “World Ain’t Ready” (NYC-based British singer-songwriter’s debut album; new single: “F**k Our Fears”; See here; Amazon UK; Apple Music) BMG Rights Management
Marem Ladson “Baby Light” (five-song EP; new single: “Idontcare”; See here) Marem Ladson
LAYA “Bet That” (Staten Island soul artist’s second EP; new single: “Need 2 Know”; Hear here; Apple Music) Warner
The Natvral “Summer of No Light” (second album from former Pains of Being Pure At Heart leader Kip Berman; new single: “Lucifer’s Glory”; Hear here; Apple Music) Dirty Bingo
Orchard Creek Band “Listening for Your Call” (new single: “Nothing Left Undone”; Hear here) Orchard Creek Band
Patoranking “WORLD BEST” (Nigerian star Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie’s fourth album; producers: Mix Master Garzy, Young Willis, DJ Breezy; guests: Popcaan, Diamond Platnumz, Kel P; new single: “Higher”; Hear here; Apple Music) AMARI MUSIQ, Sept. 5
Reyna Roberts “Bad Girl Bible, Vol. 1” (country artist’s debut album; Hear here) ReynaRed Records / EMPIRE Nashville
Ian Shaw “Greek Street Friday” (Welsh singer-songwriter’s 17th album; producer: Jamie Safir; new single: “To Be Held”; See here; Amazon UK; Apple Music) Silent Wish
Southern Empire “Another World” (Aussie prog-rockers’ first album in five years; new single: “Hold On to Me”; See here) GEP Records, Sept. 4

Reissues (CDs + Vinyl)

The Archies “Sugar, Sugar – The Complete Albums Collection” (five-CD, 60-song box set, with a full-color booklet and extensive liner notes; Merch) Cleopatra
The Boo Radleys “Giant Steps (30th Anniversary Edition)” (1993 album, featuring “Lazarus”; with two bonus Saint Etienne remixes; Hear here; Orange & Purple Vinyl; Amazon UK) Two-Piers Records / Universal UK
Belinda Carlisle “Decades Volume 1: The Studio Albums, Part 1” (four-CD box set includes “Belinda,” “Heaven on Earth,” “Runaway Horses” and “Live Your Life Be Free”; Amazon UK; On Tour) Edsel Records / Demon Music Group
Crow “The Complete Crow” (three-CD, 31-song collection featuring “Evil Woman”) Sundazed Music
Deacon Blue “All the Old 45s: The Very Best of Deacon Blue” (two CDs, 41 songs, with 16-page booklet; Vinyl, two LPs, 24 tracks; Amazon UK) , “You Can Have It All: The Complete Albums Collection” (14-CD box set containing all studio albums, plus “Ooh Las Vegas,” the rare “Riches” album and “Peace Will Come,” a new 12-track acoustic album of hits and cover albums; On Tour) Cooking Vinyl
Dan Fogelberg “Live at Carnegie Hall” (Double CD; 1979 performance, first released in 2017, reaching No. 71 on the Billboard 200 chart; Hear here; Read here) Nether Lands Records
Jethro Tull “The Broadsword and the Beast: The 40th Anniversary Monster Edition” (1982 album; five-CD, three-DVD box set includes new mixes from Steven Wilson, demos, rough mixes, live recordings, and sessions from 1981; Vinyl, four-LP box set; Amazon UK; On Tour) Rhino
Love Tractor “Around the Bend (40th Anniversary Edition)” (1983 album; remastered, with two previously unheard original mixes; Orange With White Vinyl; Download) Propeller Sound Recordings
Flora Purim “Complete Warner Recordings” (29 tracks on two CDs; Amazon UK) Wounded Bird
Buddy Rich “Trios” (unreleased recordings from 1976-77; Read here; Double Translucent Orange Vinyl) Lightyear Entertainment
Sweetwater “The Complete Reprise Recordings” (three albums on two CDs, with eight bonus tracks, including one recorded at the Woodstock Festival; remastered) Wounded Bird
Tom Waits “Swordfishtrombones” (1983 album; Vinyl; Download) , “Rain Dogs” (1985 album, featuring “Downtown Train”; Vinyl; Download) , “Franks Wild Years” (1987 album; all three reissues are newly remastered from the original original ½-inch flat master tape and overseen by Waits and Kathleen Brennan; mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering under the guidance of Waits’ longtime audio engineer, Karl Derfler; Vinyl; Download) Island / UMe

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