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Chris Brown/Tyga - Fan of a Fan The Album CD
Chris Brown and Tyga reunite for their highly anticipated collaborative album, Fan of a Fan: The Album, via RCA Records/Young Money Entertainment/Cash Money Records. The follow up to their 2010 Fan of a Fan mixtape, the 12-track set comes complete with Booth-approved lead single "Ayo." The new album will be available in standard and deluxe editions.
Dan Deacon - Gliss Riffer CD
Gliss Riffer marks new territory for Baltimore-based Dan Deacon who, following up on the release of his large ensemble-based recordings - 2009’s Bromst and 2012’s America - has returned to a simpler way of writing and recording, similar to that of 2007’s Spiderman of the Rings, which resulted in this self-produced album. What Gliss Riffer shares with Spiderman of the Rings as a musical experience is an aesthetic directness and its ecstatic energy.
Emile Haynie - We Fall CD
Newest album from Emile Haynie, an American music producer from Buffalo, New York. His range of production includes alternative rock, hip hop, indie and pop music. In 2010, Haynie won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album for his contributions on Eminem's seventh studio album, Recovery.
Fashawn - Ecology CD
Second studio album by American hip hop recording artist Fashawn. The album is released by Nas' Mass Appeal Records. The album's production, similar to his debut album Boy Meets World (2009), will be handled primarily by his longtime collaborator and record producer Exile. In 2014, Fashawn signed a recording contract with Nas' new label Mass Appeal Records for the distribution of the album.
Gang of Four - What Happens Next CD
More than a band, Gang of Four is an idea for a band. Created amid the political and intellectual foment of Leeds in 1977, Gang of Four was an argument, a manifesto, a dare: What would happen if you dismantled assumptions and worked from first principles? What might a rock band sound like if it took nothing for granted? What Happens Next, the title of Gang of Four's thrilling and unsettling ninth album, refers both to the world outside and the band itself: an emphatic commitment to the future.
James McMurtry - Complicated Game CD
Complicated Gameis released on Complicated Game Records (yes, it's complicated) and produced by CC Adcock and Mike Napolitano, delivers McMurtry's trademark story songs time and again ('Copper Canteen', 'Deaver's Crossing' ). However, the record brings a new (and certainly no less energetic) sonic approach. First, recall blistering beats and gnashing guitars from his magnum opus Just Us Kids (2008). Now, unplug. 'The label head wanted more acoustic,' McMurtry explains. 'We built everything as we went so we ended up with more acoustic guitar as we went. We just played whatever sounded right for a given song, but we weren't necessarily saying this is an acoustic record.'
Kid Rock - First Kiss CD
The album, his first on Warner Bros. Records, was produced by Kid Rock (with the exception of two songs which were co-produced by Dann Huff) and was recorded at his studio in Michigan.
Mat Kearney - Just Kids CD
Just Kids came together over the past few years while Mat toured the world. For the very first time, he built a portable studio on his bus, and he cut songs all over the globe from Los Angeles and Sweden to his home studio in Nashville. Most of this vision is a product of his own production, but he had a little help from MDL [Maroon 5, Justin Bieber] as well as frequent collaborator Josh Crosby.
THEESatisfaction - EarthEE CD
THEESatisfaction’s EarthEE is the follow up to awE naturalE, the alternative R&B group’s critically acclaimed debut. EarthEE was recorded in Seattle and Brooklyn, and features guest appearances from Shabazz Palaces, Meshell Ndegeocello, Porter Ray and Taylor Brown. EarthEE was produced by THEESatisfaction and Erik Blood at Protect and Exalt Studios: A Black Space and mastered by Adam Straney at BreakPoint Mastering in Seattle.
Torche - Restarter CD
While the title immediately evokes connotations for the band itself, the fact remains that Torche‘s Restarter could just as easily refer to an interpersonal relationship or someone who decides to go back and beat Super Mario 3 again.