Great releases this week: Jack White goes solo with Blunderbuss, Death Grips are back for more madness on The Money Store, The Dandy Warhols remind you they are still around; Psychedelic rock monsters Ty Segall and White Fence team up on Hair; The Raveonettes release a 4-track EP while working on their next full-length.
This Week: Matthew Wars leaves She & Him and Monsters of Folk for his own sound; Alabama Shakes drop a great debut and pick up a spot on Jack White’s new tour; A collection of early 7-inches and LPs on The Dawn of Eternal Summers; Bassnectar’s speaker-splitting dubstep; Sisters Cristi Jo and Jezzica Zambri’s second effort.
This Week: Guitarist Lockett Pundt of Deerhunter steps out of the shadow as Atlas Sound; Brooklyn’s Bear In Heaven bring a pulsing second release with I Love You, It’s Cool; The 60’s indebted scuz-rock of White Fence; Nick Zammuto of The Book’s solo project; Gerard Love of Teenage Fanclub’s lush Electric Cables.
This Week: Americana rockers Delta Spirit make a sonic leap; Spoek Mathambo’s arty, left-field hip-hop keeps your interest; Nick Cave’s Grinderman gets remixes from members of The National, UNKLE and A Place To Bury Strangers; Decemberists fans rejoice – a double live album; Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood teams up with a personal idol, Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki.
This Week: Yellow Ostrich grows up a bit but keeps it catchy; Folk-Rock superstar Andrew Bird’s sixth release, Break It Yourself; Brooklyn’s White Rabbits pull it all together on LP #3; Nite Jewel’s One Second of Love: clarity, charisma, disco lite; The Boss is back with socially charged rock on Wrecking Ball.
This Week: Trust’s debut of gothy synth; Memoryhouse make the transition from bedroom project to full-fledged band with The Slideshow Effect; School Of Seven Bells’ first album without a twin; Mouse On Mars keep chirping and glitching on their 10th album; An imaginative and catchy effort from Fanfarlo.