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New Releases on CD for October 18th (10/18)

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

Alter Bridge – Walk the Sky

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Ready to take on the world once again, Alter Bridge began releasing singles off Walk The Sky back in June in order to promote their first collection of new material since 2016’s The Last Hero. Though it has been a three year hiatus from new music, Alter Bridge did curb their fans appetites a bit with two live albums, 2017’s Live At The O2 Arena and 2018’s Live At The Royal Albert Hall. Coming together, Alter Bridge continued their longtime collaboration with Producer Michael Baskette by once again bringing him on board to produce Walk The Sky. When all was said and done, Walk The Sky unveiled fourteen new Alter Bridge tracks for fans to crank up.

Inspiring all the way through, Alter Bridge’s Walk The Sky is music full of purity, freedom, renewed life, and an album that will allow anyone going through tough times to see the world in a new light. For years now, the nature of the Alter Bridge beast has been to give fans music with heart. Nothing shocking, but Alter Bridge have reached these heights once again, so much so, that Walk The Sky might just be Alter Bridge’s best album.

Read more at Cryptic Rock

Battles – Juice B Crypts

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Complicated music and fun music don’t often go in hand. While wide-eyed joy often comes out of simplicity, music that’s more intricate often gets bogged down in its own weirdness, unable to provide any transcendence beyond anticipating the next time signature change that’s seconds away. Battles debunk this fabulously within the first minute of their new album ‘Juice B Crypts’.

Across the record, the now-duo delve into all kinds of conceptual weirdness, overflowing with ideas of technology, subservience and infinite loops. The brilliance of the record, though, is that none of this fancy thinking gets in the way of what is an absurdly fun album.

Special guests play a bigger role on ‘Juice B Crypts’ than on any other Battles record. Genre-bending singer-songwriter Xenia Rubinos brings ethereal vocals to the fidgety ‘They Played It Twice’, while Tune-Yards features on the two-part closer ‘Last Supper On Shasta’, again mainly in a textural fashion.

Though the guests form a great deal of the fabric of the album, they do so on Battles’ terms, firmly entering their universe.

Check out the full scoop at NME

Floating Points Crush

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Inspired by the improvisations he was creating while on tour with The xx in 2017, where he was equipped with little more than a Buchla synthesizer, Shepherd found himself making “some of the most obtuse and aggressive music I’ve ever made”. This newfound drive can be heard in singles such as “LesAlpx”, a mind-melting track that climbs breathlessly towards its summit with a pounding bass beat and high, whistling chirps that punctuate the tension.

More recent fans may be confused by Shepherd’s shift from his lushly textured and improvisational sound to a more pared-back, instinctive approach. Yet Crush is an insight into Shepherd’s brilliant mind and – such is the sheer variety of this album – a way to inspire one’s own imagination.

Get the full scoop at Independent

Jim James – The Order of Nature

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This is Jim James as you’ve never heard him. In fact, it’s likely you’ve never heard anything quite like this.

A Kentucky-native, James is joined by the Louisville Orchestra and music director-conductor Teddy Abrams for “The Order of Nature,” an album that is sonically magnificent and recorded in one take during a live performance in Louisville.

In their symbiotic relationship, James, who performs as both a solo artist and the leader of rock band My Morning Jacket, has given Abrams and his orchestra an edge and lyrical depth. Abrams, meanwhile, has lent James a theatrical element unmatched by anything he could have created on his own in a studio.

Together, they build a story complete with expositions, arching climaxes and grand denouements. Songs roll into one another in such a way that it’s not always apparent where one ends and another begins.

Read the full review at ABC

Jimmy Eat World – Surviving

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Jimmy Eat World have been a band for 26 years and they’ve spent most of them playing clever, emotionally resonant indie-rock songs that are just scruffy enough. Their three-album run spanning the turn of the millennium – ClarityBleed American and Futures – represent a cherished set of blueprints.

True to form, on their excellent new LP, Surviving, they set about playing clever, emotionally resonant indie-rock songs that are just scruffy enough. That is, until 555 lands, a quarter of the way through the running order. Dotted with 808 snaps, synth bass and multi-tracked, R&B-adjacent vocal phrasing, it’s a killer curveball. But, thanks to frontman Jim Adkins’ impassioned performance and some perfectly-timed, chiming guitar overdubs, it resolutely rings true as a Jimmy Eat World song.

Bands that continue to deliver the goods have usually come to the realisation that longevity is about understanding your existing strengths as much as it is a boundless appetite for the next new thing. Surviving underlines that, just as it lays bare Adkins’ path to self-acceptance.

Read more at Guitar.com

Mark Lanegan – Somebody’s Knocking

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Mark Lanegan is at his gritty, gravelly best here.

A hearty breakfast, presumably of rusty nails and Marlborough Reds, is serving him well because he sounds as gravelly – and great – as ever. It’s the world-weary voice of a life well lived. From the opening tribal drums of ‘Disbelief Suspension’ that give way to a raw, bluesy riff, it’s clear he’s taking no prisoners.

‘Somebody’s Knocking’ sees the former Screaming Trees frontman continue his foray into electronica, subtly blending ice-cool synths with dirgey guitars and doom-laden imagery to reveal a love of ‘80s English alt-rock. ‘Penthouse High’ is his ode to New Order, while elsewhere he channels imperial-phase Cure.

But there’s sweetness and even vulnerability beneath the grit too, as demonstrated on ‘Playing Nero’ and ‘Two Bells Ringing at Once’. Welcome back.

Scope the review at Clash Music

Keb’ Mo’ Moonlight, Mistletoe, and You

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Judy O.S.T.

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Freddie Mercury Mr. Bad Guy

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Kevin Griffin Anywhere You Go

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New Releases on Vinyl
Friday October 18th (10/18)

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 (October 18th) Releases:

TAYLOR,EBO & THOMAS,PAT – DISCO HIGHLIFE REEDIT SERIES 12″
JONES,DURAND – MORNING IN AMERICA/CRUISIN’ TO THE PARK 45
ROKA HUEKA – HUELLA 45
13 MILLION YEAR OLD GHOST – 13 MILLION YEAR OLD GHOST LP
1349 – INFERNAL PATHWAY LP
ACCEPT RUSSIAN – ROULETTE LP
A-HA – MINOR EARTH MAJOR SKY LP
A-HA – LIFELINES LP
ALMOST – FEAR CALLER LP
ALTER BRIDGE – WALK THE SKY LP
ANDREW W.K. – I GET WET LP
ARIEL VIEW – UNTIL MY LUNGS ARE CLEARED LP
ATMOSPHERE – VOL. SE7EN: HEADSHOTS LP
BAD OMENS – FINDING GOD BEFORE GOD FINDS ME LP
BARTER,ALI – HELLO, I’M DOING MY BEST LP
BASSNECTAR – REFLECTIVE LP
BATTLES – JUICE B CRYPTS LP
BEN FOLDS FIVE – BEN FOLDS FIVE LP
BENT KNEE – YOU KNOW WHAT THEY MEAN LP
BIG LITTLE LIES 2 – VARIOUS LP
BOSTICH + FUSSIBLE – NORTEC COLLECTIVE PRESENTS: BOSTICH + FUSSIBLE LP
BREMER/MCCOY – UTOPIA LP
BUILDERS AND THE BUTCHERS – BUILDERS AND THE BUTCHERS LP
CARTER FAMILY – ACROSS GENERATIONS LP
CHOKEHOLD – WITH THIS THREAD I HOLD ON LP
CLIPPING. – THERE EXISTED AN ADDICTION TO BLOOD LP
COMBICHRIST – JOY OF GUNZ LP
COMBICHRIST – EVERYBODY HATES YOU LP
COMET IS COMING – DEATH TO THE PLANET LP
CORNELIUS – POINT LP
CORRIDOR – JUNIOR LP
DEAD SOFT – BIG BLUE LP
DEEP PURPLE – COME TASTE THE BAND LP
DJ HYPNOTIZE – HYPNOLOGY VOL.1 LP
DUKES OF THE STRATOSPHERE – PSONIC PSUNSPOT LP
DUKES OF THE STRATOSPHERE – 25 O’CLOCK LP
EASYBEATS – VOLUME 3 LP
ELECTRIC GUEST – KIN LP
FACE TO FACE – LIVE IN A DIVE LP
FASTBALL – HELP MACHINE LP
FERRARI,LUC – PHOTOPHONIE LP
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH – WRONG SIDE OF HEAVEN V1 LP
FLOATING POINTS – CRUSH LP
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – ACOUSTIC SESSIONS LP
FLYING COLORS – THIRD DEGREE LP
FUNKADELIC – MAGGOT BRAIN LP
GA-20 – LONELY SOUL LP
GARCIA PEOPLES – ONE STEP BEHIND LP
GAYE,MARVIN – WHAT’S GOING ON LP
GIBBONS,BETH/RUSTIN MAN – OUT OF SEASON LP
GREEN,PETER – KOLORS LP
GREENE,JACQUES – DAWN CHORUS LP
HALFORD,ROB – CELESTIAL LP
HALLOWEEN: EXPANDED EDITION – O.S.T. LP
HIGHWOMEN – HIGHWOMEN LP
HIM LO – PRINCE AKEEM JEWELZ LP
HOMEBOY SANDMAN – DUSTY LP
ISBELL,JASON – HERE WE REST LP
ISBELL,JASON – JASON AND THE 400 UNIT LP
ISSUES – BEAUTIFUL OBLIVION LP
JAMES,JIM/ABRAMS,TEDDY/LOUISVILLE ORCHESTRA – ORDER OF NATURE LP
JETT,JOAN – I LOVE ROCK N ROLL LP
JETT,JOAN – BAD REPUTATION LP
JEWEL – JOY: A HOLIDAY COLLECTION LP
JIMMY EAT WORLD – SURVIVING LP
JONATHAN FIRE EATER – TREMBLE UNDER BOOM LIGHTS LP
LIGHTHOUSE – O.S.T. LP
LILAC TIME – RETURN TO US LP
LORDS OF THE NEW CHURCH – OPEN YOUR EYES LP
LYNCH,GEORGE – LOST ANTHOLOGY LP
MAGPIE SALUTE – HIGH WATER II LP
MAKE UP – SAVE YOURSELF LP
MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER – MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER LP
MINISTRY – DARK SIDE OF THE SPOON LP
MOSSERI,EMILE LAST – BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO LP
MOTIONLESS – IN WHITE DISGUISE LP
MUFFS – NO HOLIDAY LP
NCT 127 – 4TH MINI ALBUM NCT 127 WE ARE SUPERHUMAN LP
NESMITH,MICHAEL/FIRST NATIONAL BAND – MAGNETIC SOUTH LP
OAK RIDGE BOYS – 17TH AVENUE REVIVAL LP
OMD – SOUVENIR LP
ORBISON,ROY – BLACK & WHITE NIGHT 30 LP
PAGE,JIMMY/BLACK CROWES – LIVE AT THE GREEK LP
PRESLEY,ELVIS – FROM ELVIS TO MEMPHIS LP
REFUSED – WAR MUSIC LP
ROBERTS,MATANA – COIN COIN CHAPTER FOUR: MEMPHIS LP
ROSS,RICK – PORT OF MIAMI 2 LP
RUFUS DU SOL – SOLACE REMIXED LP
SCREAMING FEMALES – SINGLES TOO LP
SLOWDIVE – SOUVLAKI LP
SPORTS TEAM – MAKING HAY LP
STEVENS,SUFJAN/ANDRES,TIMO – DECALOGUE LP
STUART,MARTY – PILGRIM LP
THIRD EYE BLIND – SCREAMER LP
TRAVERS,PAT – SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS LP
URSULA 1000 – ESOTERIQUE LP
VELVET REVOLVER – CONTRABAND LP
VIDA BLUE – CROSSING LINES LP
VLTIMAS – SOMETHING WICKED MARCHES IN LP
WHITE,TONY JOE – COLLECTED LP

And Much More!!!

New Releases on DVD/Blu-Ray for Week Of  10/11 – 10/18

Music/Stand-up comedy:

Leonard Cohen – Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love

The Cure – 40 Live

 

Movies/TV:

Gebo & the Shadow (directed by Manoel de Oliveira) – movie

The Hours and Times – movie

The Mind Benders (1963) – movie

Our Hospitality (directed by Buster Keaton) – movie

The Queen of Spades (1949) – movie
Sudden Terror (1970) – movie

Twin Peaks: Television Collection – TV shows

 

Blu-Ray releases:

The Cure – 40 Live

Gebo & the Shadow (directed by Manoel de Oliveira) – movie

Häxan (Criterion Collection directed by Benjamin Christensen) – movie

The Hours and Times – movie

Killer Nun (1979)(Arrow Film deluxe edition) – movie

The Leg Fighters – movie

The Mind Benders (1963) – movie

The Omen Collection (box set) – movie

Our Hospitality (directed by Buster Keaton) – movie

The Queen of Spades (1949) – movie
Sudden Terror (1970) – movie

Twin Peaks: Television Collection – TV shows

Book New Releases!

 

Why Bowie Matters by Will Brooker    $25.99

Me by Elton John    $30.00

Classic Albums By Women by Colleen Murphy    $25.00

Pocket Guide to Ska by Mick O’Shea    $14.95

Bob Dylan Anthology, Volume 3: Celebrating 200 Editions of Isis Magazine edited by Derek Barker    $30.00

Jeff Buckley: His Own Voice edited by Mary Guibert and David Browne    $40.00

Earl Scruggs and Foggy Mountain Breakdown: The Making of an American

Classic by Thomas Goldsmith    $19.95

Wham! George Michael & Me: A Memoir by Andrew Ridgeley    $28.00

Horror Stories: A Memoir by Liz Phair    $28.00

On Time: A Princely Life in Funk by Morris Day    $27.00

Mixtape Potluck: A Cookbook by Questlove    $29.99

Depeche Mode: Faith and Devotion by Ian Gittins    $34.95