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Melt Away: A Tribute To Brian Wilson (CD)

She & Him

She & Him’s seventh studio album is a covers collection that pulls off the rare feat of adding something fresh, distinctive, and delightful to the conversation about an artist’s work. On their newest album, Melt Away: A Tribute To Brian Wilson , Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward turn their talents toward the revered Beach Boys singer and solo artist, tackling songs from the obscure to the omnipresent. The duo stays true to the original spirit of the tracks while adding their own spin, with throwback layered vocals, dreamy harmonies, and retro-referencing instrumentations. Melt Away is a total charmer of an album and a pure delight to hear.

Sometimes, Forever (CD)

Soccer Mommy

Soccer Mommy returns with another softly powerful collection, the poignant and pensive Sometimes, Forever . As always, the songs showcase Sophie Allison’s ability to create deceptively simple, unforgettable melodies steeped in hope and longing, with lyrics guaranteed to lodge in your heart. This time around, though, Allison has recruited producer Daniel Lopatin, known for the dark sheen of his work on the Uncut Gems score and The Weeknd’s Dawn FM . This partnership adds texture, intrigue, and at times, a moody, gauzy atmosphere to Soccer Mommy’s usual raw downbeat authenticity. Together, Lopatin and Allison amp up the exact qualities that have made Soccer Mommy such an indie world success while adding interesting new sonic directions that push the songwriter’s work forward in compelling ways.

I Am The Moon: IV. Farewell (LP)

Tedeschi Trucks Band

The Tedeschi Trucks Band gets positively epic on their entrancing exploration of love and obsession, I Am the Moon . Over the course of four albums, Crescent (Part I), Ascension (Part II), The Fall (Part III), and Farewell (Part IV), the band deep-dives into a mythical Persian tale of star-crossed lovers, underpinned by their own experiences of isolation and disconnection during the first flush of the 2020 pandemic. The songs move from the dreamy and romantic to the rollicking and restless to the burning and brilliant. I Am the Moon pushes the Tedeschi Trucks Band’s version of the blues forward in exciting new ways while spotlighting the way this talented cast of musicians works together to create their timeless sound.

And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow (CD)

Weyes Blood

Weyes Blood’s latest, And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow , is as luminescent as its title. Artist Natalie Mering wrote the album as part of a trilogy exploring the feelings of darkness and doom that are elements of the zeitgeist; in this second installment, her songwriting captures the sense of stumbling around in deepest night, reaching out for something to hold onto, a sense of connection. That’s what these lovely tracks do—send out a signal that someone else is out there, someone who sees and feels and empathizes as you do. The album’s lasting message is that despite the anxiety and grief on display, there is hope, comfort, and companionship to be found in this world still.

Live A Little (LP)

Sam Gendel

Live a Little is the haunting, ethereal, accidental new LP from Sam Gendel & Antonia Cytrynowicz. Why accidental? The recording sessions started out as a lark, with multi-instrumentalist Sam Gendel jamming out with his creative and life partner Marcella’s then-eleven-year-old sister, Antonia Cytrynowicz. Fully improvised and recorded in one session, the songs feature Antonia’s fairy-like, youthful vocals and Gendel’s experimental jazz. The collaboration brings to mind the work of Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland in its folkloric strangeness, gentleness, and ephemeral beauty. Dreamy and lovely, Live a Little feels like the court music of another, enchanted realm.

This Stupid World (CD)

Yo La Tengo

Yo La Tengo have another indie hit on their hands with This Stupid World . It’s an album with a song for every season, with tracks that lead the listener in all kinds of welcome new directions while still tethered together by that indescribable Yo La Tengo magic. The band creates angular, bristling, controlled rock ’n’ roll chaos on “Sinatra Drive Breakdown.” Then, on the opposite end of the spectrum, there’s the dreamy, wistful, country-tinged “Aselestine.” Both tracks linger in the mind and in the heart for different reasons, and they’re just a sampling. With songs this good, This Stupid World will stay in heavy rotation for months to come.

No Rules Sandy (CD)

Sylvan Esso

Sylvan Esso’s No Rules Sandy is a hazy summer daydream of an album. During the album sessions, the band decamped to Los Angeles, where they focused on experimenting and improvising. Perhaps it’s not surprising then that there’s a serpentine quality to the songs; the listener never knows where the next turn will take them, but oh boy is it an enjoyable ride. The songs flow from almost ethereal Stereolab-esque electropop to glitchy, distorted, yet ultimately danceable party tracks. No Rules Sandy is one of Sylvan Esso’s most exciting records with enough toe-tappers to and unexpected twists to make any fan happy.

She Said (CD)

Starcrawler

Led by the electrifying Arrow DeWilde, LA’s Starcrawler makes their third trip around the sun with She Said . The album is packed with infectiously poppy power rock,with a ballad or two to slow things down, and the sad country-tinged “Better Place” is a perfect album closer.  She Said  is a can’t miss.

As Above, So Below (CD)

Sampa the Great

Zambian rapper Sampa the Great returns with her second album, As Above, So Below . Recorded in her home country, Sampa blurs the musical and international boundaries, flowing in her native tongue and crafting a truly unique sound. Rounding out the album are guest appearances from Denzel Curry, Joey Bada$$, and Beninese singer Angelique Kidjo.

The Journey Pt. 1 (CD)

The Kinks

Part of the British rock icons' 60th anniversary celebration, this new anthology was curated by the Davies brothers & Mick Avory to include hits, band favorites and B-sides, all remastered from the original tapes, chronicling their history from 1963.

My Soft Machine (CD)

Arlo Parks

Arlo Parks' My Soft Machine is wistful, dreamy, and lovely. The songs pull off the rare feat of being both effortlessly cool and emotionally gripping. The British singer-songwriter has shared that the album is deeply personal, an attempt at "reaching inwards and sharing what I find at the limits of myself." That depth of emotion and creativity definitely comes through to the listener; the songs are total earworms, catchy and enjoyable, but they're also moving and all too relatable. If you're a fan of smart indie pop that you can dance to OR cry softly to, My Soft Machine is for you.

Shazam!: Fury Of The Gods (BLU)

David F. Sandberg

In this sequel, Billy Batson (aka Shazam) and his foster siblings are still learning how to manage teenage life while having adult Super Hero alter-egos. But when a vengeful trio of ancient gods, the Daughters of Atlas, arrive on Earth in search of the magic stolen from them long ago, Billy and his family are thrust into a battle for their superpowers, their lives, and the fate of their world.

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Pre-Order Róisín Murphy's new album, Hit Parade on Amoeba Exclusive Rose Pink Vinyl! Available September 8th, 2023 via Ninja Tune.

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