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K.G. (CD)

King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard's new album KG serves as a sort of Volume 2 for 2017's Flying Microtonal Banana . Embracing classic psych-rock's Eastern music influences, while adding plenty of modern indie rock and world music flavors, the Aussie band delivers on a grand scale with epic, soundtrack-ready numbers like "Automation." "Straws In The Wind" is an intriguingly groovy and ominous track while "Ontology," with its near-frantic rhythm, is celebratory and danceable. There are even shades of desert blues rhythms like in "Minimum Brain Size," contrasted with hazy, Stones Roses-style vocals. Lots of good stuff here on this furiously eclectic and accomplished set.

McCartney III (CD)

Paul McCartney

On both McCartney (1970) and McCartney II (1980), the legendary Beatle played all the instruments and sang all the vocals himself, a tradition he now continues with 2020's McCartney III . Perfectly suited for lockdown, the new installment revives the spirit of the 1970 record (his solo debut), often referencing a quieter life -- for instance, on the acoustic “Winter Bird/When Winter Comes” -- allowing a sense of loose experimentation to lead the way. "Seize The Day" is a welcome Beatles-esque tune with a strong melody and phrasing. In case there was any doubt, McCartney also shows that he can still rock out on the playful "Lavatory Lil" and the bluesy "Slidin'."

Too Slow To Disco NEO: The Sunset Manifesto (CD)

Various Artists

From the folks who brought you the '70s yacht-pop fest of Too Slow To Disco Volumes 1-3 , comes Too Slow To Disco NEO: The Sunset Manifesto , capturing that same hazy-with-excess West Coast vibe from more recent artists around the globe. Disco beats are certainly present here amid dreamy electronics, for example on "Heart and Soul" by Turbotito (Ima Robot, Poolside). Elsewhere there are breezy spy themes like "Hotel Sorriso" from the Netherlands' Kraak & Smaak, and tropi-lounge like the lush "Do Beijo" from Brazil's Yuksek.

Orca (LP)

Gus Dapperton

Gus Dapperton dives into deeper and darker emotional waters on his sophomore album, Orca , showcasing his vulnerability in powerful lyrics and personal stories. Turning the personal into the universal is an alchemy Dapperton is well-versed in. Events from his childhood become something bigger than a memory; they become something every listener can share in and feel. The instrumentation is also more personal than on his debut. He’s replaced cold synths with warm piano and intense guitar riffs on indie-influences ballads and upbeat rockers.

Renaissance (LP)


For Aluna Francis's first solo album post-AlunaGeorge, she is joined by J Lloyd of Jungle, Kaytranada, Princess Nokia and others for a set that blends EDM, soul, dancehall, and UK garage into an interesting but accessible whole. Everything is elegant and subtle here, much like the smooth, funky single "Envious"; even a song like "Body Pump" is surprisingly soaring and melodic while still being a dance floor-ready. Album opener "I've Been Starting To Love All The Things I Hate" is uplifting and sweet-sounding, while "Get Paid" (with Nokia and Jada Kingdom) is a slick banger that still rises above the standard fare.

The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo (CD)

Mr. Bungle

It’s the first new release from Mr. Bungle since 1999…kinda. The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo is a rerecording of the group’s impressive 1986 high school thrash metal demo, performed by OG Bungle members Mike Patton, Trey Spruance, and Trevor Dunn, along with Scott Ian (Anthrax) and Dave Lombardo (Slayer/Dead Cross). With roots in the late ‘80s hardcore, punk, and metal scenes, these eleven scorching tracks feature pounding rhythms, punishing riffs, and intense vocals. It’s crazy to look back at what these guys were already capable of even in their teens and see the direct routes to what they would become in Mr. Bungle. Turn it up loud!

The White Stripes Greatest Hits (CD)

The White Stripes

Here's an unexpected gift from The White Stripes, the quirky duo that shook up the world of alternative rock back in 1997, and introduced us all to the prolific Jack White -- a greatest hits album. The "siblings" behind that scrappy hit "Fell in Love With a Girl" went on to win four Grammys and go platinum with 2001's White Blood Cells . The Greatest Hits double album is an appropriately non-obvious set that goes beyond the standard collection of singles, including lesser known tracks like "The Nurse" from Get Behind Me Satan . But the album does wrap up with the anthemic "Seven Nation Army" and kicks off with their very first single, "Let's Shake Hands," just like at their concerts.

Becoming (Music from the Netflix Original Documentary) [Score] (CD)

Kamasi Washington

Kamasi Washington's soundtrack to Becoming , the Michelle Obama Netflix documentary, is just what you might expect from the talented saxophonist and the subject matter: classy and uplifting smooth jazz. The title track is soulful with a little retro swing and "The Rhythm Changes" is lightly funky, like the theme song for a smart '70s TV series. "Provocation" stands out for its ominous, dramatic chords and flurrying swells, but the highlights here might be "Southside V.1" and "V.2." The related tracks will put a smile on your face with their feelgood optimism. Remember "Hope"?

Delta Tour Live EP (LP)

Mumford & Sons

Folk/rock stars Mumford & Sons have gifted their many fans with a new live EP from their last three years of touring in support of 2018's chart-topping album, Delta . The six-track Delta Tour Live EP includes recordings from England, Belgium, Sweden, and the U.S., wrapping up with a lively cover of The Beatles' "With A Little Help From My Friends" performed in London. Tunes like "Slip Away" are captured here in all their breathless sincerity and vigor, with the crowd audibly singing along. It's the perfect companion release to their hit record.

Arctic Monkeys Live At The Royal Albert Hall (CD)

Arctic Monkeys

Back in 2018, Arctic Monkeys performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London and admirably donated the proceeds to War Child, which supports children in conflict areas. Now the audio recording of that concert is available as a double album, also in support of the foundation, featuring a fun setlist that includes tracks from each of their six studio albums. The evolution over the years of this beloved British band's sound is encapsulated here with full rock-star energy, making this a must-have for fans, especially those that haven't made it to a show.

Fleet Foxes (LP)

Fleet Foxes

Fleet Foxes’ 2008 self-titled debut full-length really is a gem. We’ve all been up to our ears in folk-tinged indie rock for some time now, so it’s easy to forget just how vibrant, gorgeous, and immersing the Fleet Foxes’ sound was back then…and still is today. How can an album so intricately-crafted sound so cozy and warm? The band’s conducting a symphony of Americana mood and folk harmonies with rich chamber pop melodies over the course of the album’s far-too-short run time. (It clocks in at just over 39 minutes but somehow songs this tantalizing just leave you wanting more.) As the album winds its way along, it’s easy to lose track of time, let the outside world slip away, and dive deep into another, more fervent world—one of Fleet Foxes’ own making.

Cuttin' Grass - Vol. 1 (The Butcher Shoppe Sessions) (CD)

Sturgill Simpson

Sturgill Simpson's Cuttin' Grass Vol. 1 is an album of over 20 previously recorded tracks from this wild card country artist rearranged as bluegrass numbers. Performed with artists like Sierra Hull, Stuart Duncan, and Tim O’Brien, these tracks from Metamodern Sounds in Country , A Sailor's Guide to Earth and more thrive in their new setting with exquisite, intricate picking, lively fiddle and lush backing vocals. The already lovely "Breakers Roar" is sped-up here without losing its sense of melancholy, and lifted into euphoric folk. "I Don't Mind," a straightforward country-rock number from Simpson's previous band Sunday Valley, is softer and sweeter here with its sorrowful fiddle, but there are plenty of danceable tracks like "Life Ain't Fair and the World is Mean." For fans of Simpson's ever-fluctuating sound as well as lovers of folk and bluegrass.

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