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Hella Love (CD)

Marinero

Hella Love is a love letter to San Francisco… Marinero takes you on a tour of his favorite spots and memories of the city. The sweetness of his songs evoke the warmness of the best Brian Wilson and Arthur Lee compositions along with the romanticism of ’70s Mexican pop, with lush orchestration and layered vocals.

Influences (CD)

K.D.A.P.

Kevin Drew of Broken Social Scene has released a solo album as K.D.A.P. (Kevin Drew a Picture), entitled Influences . The title reflects the fact that Drew reached back to his early electronic and ambient music interests for this intriguing, instrumental set. “The Slinfold Loop” is lovely and minimalist while “Dooms Dive” brings in a bit of a post-punk feel with its busy rhythms. The album has a joyously experimental vibe that is frequently uplifting, as on the freewheeling synth track, “Explosive Lip Balm.”

New Long Leg (CD)

Dry Cleaning

British band Dry Cleaning has been garnering well-deserved attention for their artsy, angular rock songs with dry-humored spoken vocals. Their debut full-length, New Long Leg , features highlights like "Scratchcard Lanyard" with its dance-y rhythm and lines like "It'll be okay, I just need to be weird and hide for a bit and eat an old sandwich from my bag." Vocalist Florence Shaw's lyrics, which include overheard scraps of conversation, have a disjointed, stream-of-consciousness air that she intones with dramatic pauses like a poet, especially on the post-punk track, "Strong Feelings": "I’ve been thinking about eating that hot dog for hours" "That seems like a lot of garlic." Her monotone delivery on "Unsmart Lady" seems like a deliberate contrast to the raucous guitar sound. It's always exciting to hear a band that doesn't lend itself to obvious comparisons, especially when it sounds this good.

Death Of A Cheerleader (CD)

Pom Pom Squad

Pom Pom Squad makes its debut with Death of a Cheerleader , a satisfyingly poppy/punky indie rock record with shades of Giant Drag and Cherry Glazerr. Frontwoman Mia Berrin delivers spot-on feminist critiques with a jaded-sweet tone over driving guitar and swelling choruses, like on “Crying.” “Lux” is a burst of grunge-y energy and “Head Cheerleader” – which features Tegan Quin from Tegan and Sara on guest vocals - is undeniably catchy. This is a solid debut all around.

Romantic Images (CD)

Molly Burch

Molly Burch’s Romantic Images is a strong contender for the feel good indie pop record of the summer. Heck, maybe even the year. The album is a sonic evolution for Burch, who moves away from familiar themes of anxiety and heartbreak and towards new sonic sensations of confidence and celebration. It’s also her first effort where Burch places production capabilities into the hands of others; in this case, the wonderfully suitable duo Tennis. The result is a smart, upbeat, insanely catchy collection of songs, each seemingly better than the last. Ideal for indie fans who can get down with the shadows but are ready for a bolder, more danceable listening experience.

No Gods No Masters (CD)

Garbage

Garbage continues to evolve their sound while staying true to their take-no-prisoners attitude on their seventh studio album, No Gods No Masters . In the words of singer Shirley Manson, the album takes on "the rise of capitalist short-sightedness, racism, sexism and misogyny across the world.” And they do it with aplomb. Expect in-your-face lyrics, heavy alternative riffs, and a nice dash of synth-pop darkness thrown into the mix. Brilliant, provocative, and very enjoyable.

Downhill From Everywhere (CD)

Jackson Browne

Jackson Browne’s Downhill from Everywhere is another pearl in a string of classic (and future classic) releases. Browne sounds as urgent as ever as he tackles themes of mortality, the search for answers, and the societal s&%*storm we’ve all been living through. His lyrics are anything but easy listening yet there’s a cozy, lived-in quality to his bluesy backroads rock ’n’ roll melodies that makes them suitable for both windows-down driving or fist-raised rebellion. Thought-provoking, rollicking, and spirited, Downhill from Everywhere is Browne at his best.

Private Space (CD)

Durand Jones & The Indications

Private Space , the third album from Durand Jones & the Indications is a solidly-crafted, life-affirming celebration. The band’s vivacious soul/funk sound dives into some unexpected territory, with disco beats and synth atmospherics adding lush layers to the tracks. Written and recorded after the band spent most of last year apart, Private Space possesses a jubilance and resilience in its DNA, a fitting soundtrack for coming back together and back to something approaching normal life. It’s impossible to be unhappy with this album on so turn it up loud and take a turn on the dance floor, whether you’re in the middle of a party or in your own living room.

Bodies (CD)

AFI

Goth-punk legends AFI’s 11th studio album Bodies immediately ignites with punky and ‘80s synth wave energy. For a veteran band that’s 30 years in, AFI’s sound enthusiastic and fresh, continuing their knack for reinvention, renewal, and exploration.

Native Sons (CD)

Los Lobos

Los Lobos’ new album, Native Sons , is a tip of the hat to their fellow Los Angeles-area artists. The legendary East LA rockers bring their signature blend of Tex-Mex, zydeco, country, folk, blues, R&B, cumbia, bolero, norteno, and brown-eyed soul to the tracks, finding new dimensions to old favorites and giving some songs a completely new twist. Los Lobos takes on Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield, the Blasters, Little Feat, Jackson Browne, and WAR on this surprising, toe-tapping album. Native Sons is eclectic yet cohesive, as varied and inspiring as Los Angeles itself.

Welcome 2 America (CD)

Prince

Recorded in the spring of 2010 and then mysteriously abandoned by Prince before its release, Welcome 2 America is a blast from the past that sounds unbelievably prescient. The tracks come from a series of semi-improvised sessions Prince did at Paisley Park; the melodies have a strong funk and jazz influence while the lyrics dissect consumerist society and the influence of corporations and big tech. The tracks are smart and searing, danceable and polished. Fans will find lots to love here. Welcome 2 America is a welcome new discovery in Prince’s catalog and one that invites another look at his latter years’ discography.

Daddy's Home (CD)

St. Vincent

Daddy's Home is St. Vincent's sixth studio album featuring Annie Clark's evolving art/rock sound. Continuing her collaboration with Jack Antonoff who produced 2017's Masseduction , the new album incorporates elements of '70s soul and funk into her eclectic sound. "The Melting of The Sun" is an example of this on the subtle end, with its sweetly psychedelic outro. "Pay Your Way In Pain," on the other hand, is tongue-in-cheek electro-funk, impeccably arranged as ever.

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Pre-order Wendell Harrison Dreams Of A Love Supreme on Amoeba Exclusive 180 gram Coke Bottle Clear vinyl! First ever vinyl reissue since its original release in 1980 and only 100 pressed! Available August 27th, 2021 via Tidal Waves Music.

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