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10 Years / 1000 Shows: Live At The Regent Theater (CD)

Touché Amoré

L.A. band Touche Amore celebrated their 10th anniversary by playing their 1000th show at The Regent Theater in their hometown and this is the aptly titled recording. The follow-up to 2016's acclaimed Stage Four , the album delivers 29 tracks of the group's earnest blend of punk and emo, with the crowd frequently joining in on vocals. The video for “Flowers and You” attests to the audience's enthusiasm and frontman Jeremy Bolm's stage presence.

You Won't Get What You Want (CD)


You Won't Get What You Want is the name of the latest LP from heavy rockers Daughters — perhaps it’s a nod to fans who were expecting more of the same from the manic Rhode Island quintet. Instead, the band serves up a brooding, sludged up foray into the realm of noise/experimental with bristling old school industrial menace. It’s a tour de force, thick with ominous riffs and simmering atmospherics. Daughters has the impressive ability to consistently evolve their sound in fittingly dark and aggressive ways and this most recent album stands as one of the highpoints in their dynamic career.

The Beatles (White Album) [Deluxe Edition] (CD)

The Beatles

Where would popular music be without the White Album ? The Beatles’ monumental work is getting the posh treatment it so richly deserves in the form of this latest iteration, The Anniversary Editions . Available in several formats, the new 3CD deluxe edition of this classic work features a 2018 stereo mix, plus the Esher Demos, the lost basement tapes recorded at George Harrison’s home that would go on to become the White Album . Lots to discover here — The Anniversary Editions are an exquisite little treasure trove of historical gems.

Chapter II - EP I (CD)

Vintage Trouble

Los Angeles rockers Vintage Trouble are moving on to the next stage in their evolution as a band, as the title of their latest EP makes very clear. After earning their fanbase with a sound heavy on the blues, the quartet are expanding their sonic palate to include more influences and pop textures, readily provided by producer Jeeve (Bruno Mars). Chapter II  is out to move your mind, heart, and body, leaving you ready for the next part of the Vintage Trouble story.

Bottle It In (CD)

Kurt Vile

Kurt Vile’s been doing his distinctive fuzzed out lo-fi college rock thing for a decade now. So how does Bottle It In still sound so fresh? There’s a familiarity and a warmth to lead singles “Bassackwards” and “Loading Zones,” yet they’re both so addictive that it’s hard to get enough of these charming, sprawling numbers. Kim Gordon, Cass McCombs, and Mary Lattimore all make excellent contributions to this immediately likable LP. A thoroughly enjoyable homecoming for one of indie rock’s most loved artists.

Safe In The Hands Of Love (CD)

Yves Tumor

Yves Tumor’s first LP for Warp Records is monumental. Safe in the Hands of Love expands on his earlier inclinations; it’s bigger, bolder, lusher, and lovelier. Yves Tumor is never one to shy away from his most experimental urges and although there’s more of a “traditional” song structure here than previously, the artist’s roots in noise and ambient make for some surprising twists and turns in what’s definitely one of the weirder entries into the realm of slowed down, spaced out sad R&B. Some of the underground’s finest experimental/noise artists make contributions here: Puce Mary and Oxhy show up on the bristling “Hope in Suffering (Escaping Oblivion & Overcoming Powerlessness)” and Croation Amor adds an unsettling beauty to “Economy of Freedom.”

Mi Vida Local (CD)


Atmosphere’s seventh album reflects the ways in which the world – and their place in it – has changed. At times, Mi Vida Local is a heavy album, but it’s far from grim. The album pairs complex subject matter with equally deep beats – ones that show a clear lineage back to the psychedelic funk landmarks from an earlier era.

Shake The Spirit (CD)

Elle King

Elle King’s Shake the Spirit shows off her musical pedigree and spitfire style in a fast-paced, enjoyable fifty-minutes. The LA-based singer has a rough-and-tumble rock ’n’ roll voice that recalls Wanda Jackson, with plenty of modern sass and honesty to spare. (Case in point: “Naturally Pretty Girls,” in which King discusses body image, the ease of living enjoyed by girls with perfect skin and hair, and her views on her own looks.) Listening to Shake the Spirit feels like pulling into some low-down dirty backwoods dive for a raucous, let-the-good-times-roll tour de force. A unique spin on retro styled genres with plenty of heart to spare.

Joy As An Act Of Resistance (CD)


Fuzzy bass, dirty guitar tones, and tight snare drum propel Idles' follow-up to 2017's Brutalism , giving lead singer Joe Talbot a frantic backdrop on which to growl and spit. Channeling the volatility of personal loss and the current political climate, the Bristol band uses a chaotic and dissonant energy to create a cathartic, catchy and mosh pit worthy album. The cover of Solomon Burke's "Cry To Me" is akin to The Horror's cover of Screaming Lord Sutch's "Jack The Ripper."

Songs Of Resistance 1942-2018 (CD)

Marc Ribot

Featuring guest appearances by Tom Waits, Steve Earle, Sam Amidon, and more, New York guitarist Marc Ribot has compiled of a collection of tracks, ranging from World War II-era resistance songs to newly penned commentaries on Donald Trump, as an eclectic document of protest in the face of oppression.

Take Good Care (CD)

The Revivalists

On Take Good Care , the Revivalists' fourth studio album, the New Orleans-based band rides high on their signature accessible sound: pop lightly tinged with funk and blues, akin to Maroon 5 or Jason Mraz. “All My Friends” is a catchy single with sing/song verses and some bluesy guitar licks. “Got Love” is another strong track with bright horns and gospel-inflected vocals. The closing song, “Shoot You Down,” is a heartfelt anti-gun violence ballad, perhaps the best use of frontman David Shaw's flexible voice.

Suspiria (2018) [OST] (CD)

Thom Yorke

Don’t expect Italo disco, a sweeping score, or retro giallo vibes from Thom Yorke’s Suspiria soundtrack. His compositions for the upcoming Luca Guadagnino remake pay effective tribute to the film’s history, its moody horror, and dark fairytale nature but they’re all done with that Thom Yorke flourish that makes every track feel imbued with the melancholy of the ages while still somehow managing to sound like they were written about 5-10 years in the future. Highlights include the gentle, lilting piano and melancholy flute on “Suspirium,” which stands in sharp contrast to the ominous ambient “Volk" and its icy, stabbing synths, while haunted distorted vocals open “Has Ended” before Yorke’s downtempo, distraught vocals kick in over hypnotic beats. The original Suspiria has already staked its claim as an arty, darkly beautiful classic — we’d reckon Thom Yorke’s soundtrack for the 2018 update will attain a similar status.

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