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New Releases on CD for January 17th (1/17)

The Following are some of the releases on CD that we are most excited for, but is by no means a comprehensive list, there are just too many awesome releases to cover all of them!

Bombay Bicycle Club – Everything Else Has Gone Wrong

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When bands call it a day, it’s usually because of artistic differences, an album flop, or that they’ve run out of creative ideas. Not in the case of north-London indie four-piece Bombay Bicycle Club. In 2016, having been together since they were at school, they sold all their equipment and went their separate ways.

Singer Jack Steadman released a solo album as Mr Jukes and embarked on an Open University degree in astronomy; guitarist Jamie MacColl read war studies and philosophy; bassist Ed Nash put out an album as Toothless; and Suren de Saram became a session drummer. Now, four years since their number one, Mercury Prize-nominated record, So Lo Long, See You Tomorrow, the band are back with their fifth album, Everything Else Has Gone Wrong. It’s a solid return – the sound of a band both rejuvenated and continuing the multi-layered sound of their previous releases.

Read the full review at Independent

Brother Ali – Secrets and Escapes

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Brother Ali has been a tentpole of the Rhymesayers roster since he released Shadows on the Sun back in 2003. Over the course of his career, the majority of the material he has released has been produced by Ant from Atmosphere, with the exception of Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color, which was produced by Jake One. Now, two years after his last album, All the Beauty in This Whole Life, Brother Ali has come back with a surprise album, Secrets & Escapes, this time produced by labelmate Evidence.

Secrets & Escapes is just like when older rock musicians want get back to the basics, so they strip down their sound and record themselves live. Ali and Evidence just kicked a really fun cypher session in a garage and got down to the nitty gritty or what made them both fall in love with hip hop in the first place.

Read more at Scratched Vinyl

Dirty Projectors Sing the Melody

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ave Longstreth and his Dirty Projectors are best known as purveyors of fussy, technically demanding art-pop: songs that leap between genres and time signatures, riffs and vocal arrangements that slice and pirouette around each other, verses in which “unimpressed” and “Archimedes Palimpsest” are rhymed with a wink and a grin. It’s amusing, then, that the Projectors are at their friendliest and most engaging when they strip Longstreth’s compositions down, tapping into the loose, raw energy that comes with playing live or working fast.

That’s the appeal of Sing the Melody, a new live-in-studio album released unceremoniously last week as part of Domino’s Documents series. Last November, near the tail end of months spent touring, the Projectors went into Manhattan’s Power Station to play highlights from their gleeful full-band comeback Lamp Lit Prose and a few gems from their back catalog. None of these songs are radically reinvented, but at a minimum they’re rendered with an impressive urgency. “That’s a Lifestyle” is a good example: It may have already been the most electric, familiar cut on Lamp Lit Prose, but it’s enlivened here by sharper, earthier harmonies from the trio of Felicia Douglass, Maia Friedman, and Kristin Slipp.

Sing the Melody makes a good argument for the Projectors’ continued relevance by shifting the emphasis from Longstreth’s creative leadership to the band’s power as a collective.

Get the full scoop at Pitchfork

Robert Glasper Fuck Yo Feelings

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Robert Glasper, legendary genre-bending, and multiple Grammy and Emmy-winning artist and producer, has released his newest project Fuck Yo Feelings, a collaboration with such top-tier standout artists and collaborators as Yasiin Bey, Herbie Hancock, Andra Day, YBN Cordae, Terrace Martin, Baby Rose, Bilal, Buddy, Denzel Curry, Mick Jenicks, SiR, Rapsody and more.

Fuck Yo Feelings is for those who appreciate complexity and enjoy the imagery of abstract art. Its fragmented layers are met somewhere in the middle, and fuse with soul and experimental harmonies, touching upon jazz and R&B. It can be difficult to follow at times; however, it has a calming nature that makes one contemplative and inspired.

Read More at Spill Magazine

Halsey – Manic

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Early on Halsey’s excellent new album, Manic, she samples a bit of movie dialogue: “I’m just a fucked-up girl looking for my own piece of mind. Don’t assign me yours.” It’s from the filmEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, spoken by the manic, pixie dream-girl heroine Clementine. But she definitely speaks for Halsey. And as you’ve probably guessed, the singer doesn’t even come close to finding peace of mind in these songs. Still, she knows how to make it a thrilling quest. Manic is Halsey’s raw autobiographical portrait of the artist as a young mess, craving her share of love and tenderness in a hostile world. Yet Halsey’s Ashley Frangipane is a mess who’s a hungrily ambitious artist seeing herself as a mirror for her entire generation.

And she curates one mean mixtape. Who else but Halsey would get stellar guest shots from Alanis Morissette and Suga from BTS on the same album? Manic is her first album since Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, her 2017 Romeo and Juliet trip, set in a Shakespearean dystopia. But Manic is about the here-and-now real world and her fight for a place in it as a young woman.

Read the full review at Rolling Stone

Algiers There is No Year

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Little Big Town – Nightfall

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Of Montreal Ur Fun

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New Releases on Vinyl
Friday January 17th (1/17)

Everything is subject to availability, feel free to call and check to make sure we still have what you’re looking for before you come into the store!

Friday (January 17) Releases:

TUNSTALL,KT – GOLDEN STATE 10″
GIBBS,FREDDIE/MADLIB – HALF MANNE HALF COCAINE 12″
FIDDLEHEAD – GET MY MIND RIGHT 45
PRIMITIVES – THRU THE FLOWERS 45
8TH DAY – 8TH DAY LP
ACACIA STRAIN – CONTINENT LP
ACCEPT – STAYING A LIFE LP
AFRO EXOTIQUE – O.S.T.- ADVENTURES IN THE LEFTFIELD AFRICA LP
AGGROLITES – DIRTY REGGAE LP
AJJ – GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY LP
ALGIERS – THERE IS NO YEAR LP
ANTI-FLAG – VOL.2-LIVE LP
ANTI-FLAG – 20/20 VISION LP
AYAHUASCA: PSYCHEDELIC CUMBIAS – VOL.1-VARIOUS-PSYCHEDELIC CUMBIAS LP
BARONESS – FIRST & SECOND LP
BLO – BULKY BACKSIDE-BLO IS BACK LP
BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB – EVERYTHING ELSE HAS GONE WRONG LP
BREATHLESS – GLASS BEAD GAME LP
BROTHER ALI – SECRETS & ESCAPES LP
CARTER,JOHN – DAUWHE LP
CASH MONEY/MIGHTY MARVELOUS – WHERE’S THE PARTY AT LP
CLARK,ROY – GREATEST HITS LP
COIL – SWANYARD LP
COODER,RY – JAZZ LP
COSMIC DISCOTHEQUE 2 – VARIOUS LP
COURTEENERS – MORE AGAIN FOREVER LP
CRITERIA – YEARS LP
CURSIVE – GET FIXED LP
CURVED AIR – AIRWAVES-LIVE AT THE BBC/THE JOHN PEEL SESSIONS LP
DA LENCH MOB – GUERILLAS IN THA MIST LP
DAVIS,MILES – 1951-1959: THE ESSENTIAL WORKS LP
DEAKIN – SLEEP CYCLE LP
DEEE-LITE – WORLD CLIQUE LP
DELLA MAE – HEADLIGHT LP
DEVO – FREEDOM OF CHOICE LP
DEVO – NEW TRADITIONALISTS LP
DIBANGO,MANU – WAKA JUJU LP
DIRTY PROJECTORS – SING THE MELODY LP
DOLPHY,ERIC – COMPLETE UPPSALA CONCERT 1 LP
DOOBIE BROTHERS – MINUTE BY MINUTE LP
DR. JOHN – BABYLON LP
EARTHQUAKE BIRD – O.S.T. LP
EVIDENCE – VOL.1 SQUIRREL TAPE INSTRUMENTALS LP
FAY,BILL – COUNTLESS BRANCHES LP
FORD V FERRERI – O.S.T. LP
FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VI: JASON LIVES – O.S.T. LP
FRUITION – WILD AS THE NIGHT BROKEN AT THE BREAK OF DAY LP
FUNKADELIC – COSMIC SLOP LP
GERRARD,LISA/DE FRANCISCI,MARCELLO – DEPARTUM LP
GESTU DE DAKAR – DIABAR LP
GLADIATORS – SYMBOL OF REALITY LP
GLASPER,ROBERT – FUCK YO FEELINGS LP
GOATWHORE – VENGEFUL ASCENSION LP
GREASE 2 – O.S.T. LP
HALSEY – MANIC LP
HELLRAISER II: HELLBOUND – O.S.T. LP
HELLRAISER III: HELL ON EARTH – O.S.T. LP
HILL,LINDA – LULLABY FOR LINDA LP
HOOKER,JOHN – REMASTERED FROM THE ARCHIVES LP
INCUBUS – CROW LEFT OF THE MURDER LP
JVC FORCE – DOING DAMAGE LP
KID DYNAMITE – KID DYNAMITE LP
KING,MARCUS – EL DORADO LP
KNIVES OUT – O.S.T. LP
KOMEDA,KRZYSZTOF – JAZZ JAMBOREE 63 LP
LASWELL,BILL/COIL – CITY OF LIGHT LP
LEGENDARY SHACK SHAKERS – LIVE FROM SUN STUDIO LP
LITTLE BIG TOWN – NIGHTFALL LP
LNDN DRGS – AFFILIATED LP
LUCIFER RISING – O.S.T. LP
MAC DRE – AL BOO BOO LP
MC5 – KICK OUT THE JAMS LP
MINGUS,CHARLIE – MINGUS AT ANTIBES LP
MOORE,STEVE – BLISS LP
MOSS,ELLIOT – CHANGE IN DIET LP
MR. ELEVATOR – GOODBYE BLUE SKY LP
MURA MASA – R.Y.C. LP
NEWBORN JR.,PHINEAS – HERE IS PHINEAS LP
NICKS,STEVIE – BELLA DONNA LP
NICOLE BUS – KAIROS LP
ODIOUS MORTEM – SYNESTHESIA LP
OF MONTREAL – UR FUN LP
OF MONTREAL – SKELETAL LAMPING LP
OOIOO – NIJIMUSI LP
OVAL – SCIS LP
OWENS,BUCK/RAYE,SUSAN – VERY BEST OF BUCK OWENS & SUSAN RAYE LP
PALE SAINTS – COMFORTS OF MADNESS LP
PINEGROVE – MARIGOLD LP
PROFESSIONALS – PROFESSIONALS LP
PULSE EMITTER – SWIRLINGS LP
RAY,GEMMA – PSYCHOGEOLOGY LP
RAY,JONAH – YOU CAN’T CALL ME AL LP
RAYE,SUSAN – 16 GREATEST HITS LP
REESE,JAMES – WAIT FOR ME: COMPLETE WORKS 1967-1972 LP
ROACH,STEVE – QUIET MUSIC 1 LP
ROACH,STEVE – QUIET MUSIC 2 LP
ROACH,STEVE – QUIET MUSIC 3 LP
ROSE CITY BAND – ROSE CITY BAND LP
SCUD MOUNTAIN BOYS – MASSACHUSETTS LP
SHEPP,ARCHIE – SEA OF FACES LP
SIMONE,NINA – BLACK GOLD LP
SMITHEREENS – COVERS LP
SODOM – OUT OF THE FRONTLINE TRENCH LP
SONNY CLARK MEMORIAL QUARTET – VOODOO LP
SPARKLE – SPARKLE LP
STAR TREK (MUSIC FROM) – O.S.T. LP
STAR WARS (MUSIC FROM) – O.S.T. LP
SUN RA ARKESTRA – LIVE IN KALISZ 1986 LP
TERMINATOR: DARK FATE – O.S.T. LP
THOMAS,LEON – SPIRITS KNOWN AND UNKNOWN LP
THOR: RAGNAROK – O.S.T. LP
THROBBING GRISTLE – SOUVENIR OF CAMBER SANDS LP
THROBBING GRISTLE – PART TWO: THE ENDLESS NOT + TG NOW LP
TIERSEN,YANN – PORTRAIT LP
TRAIL OF DEAD – X: THE GODLESS VOID AND OTHER STORIES LP
TRAIL OF GENGHIS KHAN – O.S.T. LP
TRIBUTE TO JIM MORRISON & THE DOORS – JIM MORRISON & DOORS TRIBUTE LP
TWILIGHT SAD – KILLED MY PARENTS AND HIT THE ROAD LP
TWIN PEAKS – TWIN PEAKS LP
UNCLE TUPELO – ANODYNE LP
VEROCAI,ARTHUR – NO VOO DO URUBU LP
WIDESPREAD PANIC – MONTREAL ’97 LP
YOAKAM,DWIGHT – BLAME THE VAIN LP
YOUNG & COMPANY – I LIKE WHAT YOU’RE DOING TO ME LP
ZEVON,WARREN – STAND IN THE FIRE LP
ZEVON,WARREN – WIND LP
ZEVON,WARREN – EXCITABLE BOY LP

And Much More!!!

New Releases on DVD/Blu-Ray for Week Of  1/3 – 1/10

Music/Stand-up comedy:

Betty Davis – They Say I’m Different

Neil Young – The First Decade

 

Movies/TV:

The Golden Glove – movie

House By the River (directed by Fritz Lang) – movie

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil – movie

Piranhas – movie

Room at the Top (1959) – movie

 

Blu-Ray releases:

Brewster’s Millions – movie

Demons of the Mind (1972) – movie

The Fugitive Kind (Criterion Collection directed by Sidney Lumet) – movie

The Good Fairy (1935) (written by Preston Sturges, directed by William Wyler) – movie

The Great McGinty (directed Preston Sturges) – movie

House By the River (directed by Fritz Lang) – movie

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil – movie

The Mummy’s Shroud (1967) – movie

Night Patrol (1984) – movie

Piranhas – movie

Room at the Top (1959) – movie

Book New Releases!

 

Raising Hell: Backstage Tales From the Lives of Metal Legends by Jon Wiederhorn    $30.00

Foreground Music: A Life in Fifteen Gigs by Graham Duff    $19.95

Scream With Me: The Enduring Legacy of The Misfits by Tom Bejgrowicz & Jeremy Dean    $30.00

Frank Zappa: The Hot Rats Book by Ahmet Zappa and Bill Gubbins    $40.00

Bowie: Stardust, Rayguns & Moonage Daydreams by Michael Allred, Steve Horton, & Laura Allred    $39.99

1973: Rock at the Crossroads by Andrew Grant Jackson    $29.99

Rolling Stones FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About the Bad Boys of Rock by Gary J. Jucha    $24.95

Paul Simon FAQ: All That’s Left to Know About the Legendary Singer and the

Iconic Songs by Dave Thompson    $24.95

Satisfaction: 10 Albums That Changed My Life by Martin Popoff    $22.99

Zappa Gear: The Unique Guitars, Amplifiers, Effects Units, Keyboards and Studio Equipment by Mike Ekers    $45.00