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New to the Airwaves – Albums Out Today (March 8)

New to the Airwaves – Albums Out Today (March 8)

OH HEY concert season preparation crews. Let’s get busy! Tons of bands are in full swing announcing their Spring and Summer Tours and we are literally living for it. This seems like the week of summer nostalgia. The talent is endless!.

This week’s arrivals are sure to find homes on many a playlist, especially with Maren Morris, Dido, Buckcherry, David Gray, Tesla, Juice WRLD and more, dropping full-lengths.

To wrap up this week we’ve got some much anticipated arrivals that has us tapping our toes, crossing our arms, and screeching, “Finally!” We’re sure you can see which ones we think you should grab and which ones we think may deserve a pass… Dive in at your own risk, and let’s hear your picks!


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**All dates are for U.S. releases unless otherwise noted. Dates are subject to change.

ALBUM RELEASE CALENDAR March 8, 2019

Alan Vega – You Pay / Too Many Teardrops (Velvet Elk Music)

Alice Phoebe Lou – Paper Castles (Independent)

Amanda Palmer – There Will Be No Intermission (Cooking Vinyl)

Bencoolen – Daydream (Bencoolen)

Ben Dickey – A Glimmer on the Outskirts (Dualtone)

Berkowitz – World Gone To Shit (Horror Pain Gore Death Productions)

The Black Drumset – Charged (The Black Drumset)

Buckcherry – Warpaint (Century Media)

Caleb Elliott – Forever to Fade (SINGLE LOCK RED)

Call Me Loop – Drama (GMR)

Chatham County Line – Sharing the Covers (Yep Roc)

Children of Bodom – Hexed (Nuclear Blast)

Chris Prophet – Athaza (Chris Prophet)

The Coathangers – The Devil You Know(Suicide Squeeze)

Dave – Pyschodrama (Neighbourhood)

David Gray Gold in a Brass Age (IHT)

Dead Swords (feat. Alex Rosamilia of The Gaslight Anthem) – Enders (Human Blood)

Dido Still On My Mind (BMG)

Drinking Boys and Girls Choir – Keep Drinking (Damnably)

dwilly – crayola EP (CloudKid)

E.B. The Younger (Eric Pulido of Midlake) – To Each His Own (Bella Union)

Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine – 8:47 EP (Big Machine)

Exes & Jome – Nothing’s Out To Get You EP (EXES and Jome)

Evadney – Sold Love, Sold EP (Black Acre)

Fairground Saints – Magic (Sony Music Nashville)

Flight of the Conchords – Live in London (Sub Pop)

Foals  Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt. 1 (Warner Bros)

Gesaffelstein –  Hyperion (Columbia)

Ginkgo Dawn Shock – Inward Flare (This Is Core)

Glenn Shorrock – Glenn Shorrock Sings Little River Band (Social Family)

Heartscape Landbreak – The Remedy (Cosmic Dreamer Music)

HeeSun Lee –  Flying Cars EP (Trackstarz)

Helado Negro –  This Is How You Smile (Rvng Int’L)

High Tides – Paradise Daze (Rad Cult)

Hobby Club – Video Days EP (Heist Or Hit)

Holding Absence –  Holding Absence (SharpTone)

Holy Pinto – Adult (Independence)

Indoor Pets – Be Content (Wichita)

Indestructible Noise Command – Terrible Things (Indestructible Noise Command)

Iron Fire – Beyond the Void (Crime)

James Morrison –  You’re Stronger Than You Know (Stanley Park)

Jnr. Williams – Where We Start EP (Insanity)

Juice WRLD  A Deathrace for Love (Interscope)

Justus Proffit – L.A.’s Got Me Down (Bar/None)

Kara Klenk – Undefeated (A SPECIAL THING RECORDS)

Kari Faux –  CRY 4 HELP (Change Minds)

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe – Gnomes & Badgers (Seven Spheres)

Kerser –  Lifestyle (ABK)

Kyle Dion – Suga  (Kyle Dion)

Leggy – Let Me Know Your Moon (Sheer Luck)

Leo “Bud” Welch – The Angels in Heaven Have Done Signed My Name (Easy Eye Sound)

Liily – I Can Fool Anybody in This Town EP (Flush)

Love Trap – Rosie (Wild Honey)

MANICS – Binary EP (Dim Mak)

Maren Morris  GIRL (Columbia Nashville)

MDD – Reverse the Contrast (HANDS)

Meat Puppets –  Dusty Notes (Megaforce)

Meredith Andrews –  Faith and Wonder (Live) – EP (Curb | Word)

Minke – The Tearoom EP (This Fiction)

Misery Index  Rituals of Power (Season of Mist)

MUNYA – Blue Pine EP (Luminelle)

Mustan Kuun Lapset – Valo (Inverse)

Mystifier –  ‘Protogoni Mavri Magiki Dynasteia (Season Of Mist)

New Kids on the Block – Hangin’ Tough (30th Anniversary Edition)(Sony Legacy)

Nick Waterhouse –  Nick Waterhouse (Innovative Leisure)

Patty Griffin  Patty Griffin (PGM)

Paul Weller – Other Aspects, Live at the Royal Festival Hall (Parlophone UK)

Rachel Mazer – How Do We Get By (Independent)

The Raven Age – Conspiracy (Corvid)

Rosie Tucker – Never Not Never Not Never Not (New Professor Music)

The Royal – Deathwatch (Long Branch)

Sarah Potenza – Road to Rome (Sarah Potenza)

SASAMI – SASAMI (Domino Recording Co)

Savage After Midnight – 11:59 EP (RED MUSIC)

Shady Bug – Lemon Lime (Exploding in Sound)

Shawn Lane and Richard Bennett –  Land and Harbor (Pinecastle)

Sigrid  Sucker Punch (Island)

Sports Team – Keep Walking EP (Holm Front)

Stella Donnelly –  Beware of the Dogs (Secretly Canadian)

Sticky Fingers – Yours to Keep (Sureshaker)

Stonewood – Stonewood (This is Core)

Sunbathers – A Heat Wave (Sunbathers)

Tedashii –  Never Fold (Reach)

Ten Fé – Future Perfect, Present Tense (Pias America)

Tesla Shock (UMe)

Theophilus London –  LOVERS HOLIDAY III (independently popular)

Týr –  Hel (Metal Blade)

Vasco – Tender Luv EP (Big Beat )

Warm Human – Ghastly (Warm Human)

Whitesnake – Slide It In: The Ultimate Special Edition (Rhino)

The Wild Reeds – Cheers (Dualtone Music)

William Basinki – On Time Out of Time (Temporary Residence Ltd.)

Xeno & Oaklander – Hypnos (Dais)

Youth Fountain – Letters to Our Former Selves (Pure Noise)

 

New Single:

The Black Keys return today with their song “Lo/Hi” (Nonesuch Records), the first new music from the band since their 2014 album, Turn Blue.


“Lo/Hi” was written and produced by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, and recorded at Nashville’s Easy Eye Sound studio.

Formed in Akron, Ohio in 2001, The Black Keys have released eight studio albums: their debut The Big Come Up (2002), followed by Thickfreakness (2003) and Rubber Factory (2004), along with their releases on Nonesuch Records, Magic Potion (2006), Attack & Release (2008), Brothers (2010), El Camino (2011), and, most recently, Turn Blue (2014). The band has won six Grammy Awards and headlined festivals including Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Governors Ball.

Since their last album together, both Auerbach and Carney have been creative forces behind a number of wide-ranging artists:

Dan Auerbach formed the Easy Eye Sound record label, named after his Nashville studio, in 2017, with the release of his second solo album, Waiting on a Song.  Since its launch, Easy Eye Sound has become home to a wide range of artists including Yola, Shannon & The Clams, Dee White, Shannon Shaw, Sonny Smith, Robert Finley, and The Gibson Brothers; it also has released the posthumous album by Leo Bud Welch as well as previously unreleased material by Link Wray.

Patrick Carney has produced and recorded new music with artists such as Calvin Johnson, Michelle Branch, Damns of the West, Tobias Jesso, Jr., Jessy Wilson, Tennis, Repeat Repeat, Wild Belle, Sad Planets, Turbo Fruits, and more.  He also created the theme music for the Netflix TV show BoJack Horseman with his late uncle, Ralph Carney.

ICYMI (Last Weeks Jams)

Citizen Cope – Heroin and Helicopters (RainWater Recordings)

DaBaby – Baby on Baby (Interscope)

Hawksley Workman – Median Age Wasteland (Isadora)

Hozier – Wasteland, Baby!(Rubyworks)

In Flames – I, The Mask (Nuclear Blast)

Mark Morton – Anesthetic [Solo debut for Lamb Of God guitarist] (Spinefarm)

MASKED INTRUDER – III (Pure Noise)

Queensrÿche – The Verdict (Century Media)

Reignwolf – Hear Me Out (Reignwolf)

Skinny Lister – The Story Is (Xtra Mile)

Solange – When I Get Home (Saint Records/Columbia)

Weezer – The Black Album (Crush Music/Atlantic)

We’re a #sucker for the Jonas Brothers!

They are back and hard hitting with their first single out in years, the reunion we literally knew we wanted. Not only a new single, but a week-long takeover on The Late Late Show with James Corden that begins March 4th. We anticipate a new album and tour announcement. It’s a Jonas year. Listen to the new single.


A few other great new releases last week:

James BayPeer Pressure’ ft. Julia Michaels (Official Live). We have the scoop on all things James Bay, his tour, new music and beyond. Check it out here!

 

Rob Thomas (Atlantic Records), our fave singer-songwriter, is back on the road this summer with The Chip Tooth Tour and just recently released a new video for his new  song “One Less Day” (Dying Young). His new album Chip Tooth Smile comes out April 26th. You can pre-order now!

 

AGT Stars We Three  Share New Video
“Lifeline” ++ US National Tour Underway Now ++

Press Release: March 8th 2019, (New York, NY) — Pop/rock sibling-trio and America’s Got Talent semi-finalists, We Three, have released a new video for their song “Lifeline”. The heartfelt, uplifting track is truly brought to life through the collaboration of We Three and director Derich Hartfell.

The video features siblings Joshua (piano/drums), Bethany (bass), and Manny (guitar) in a winter rainstorm in their hometown of McMinnville, Oregon, and brings the song’s soul-searching core to life in stark terms.

The trio discussed the filming process, explaining that they decided to shoot in the rain without any special effects to prove that “despite all the elements working against us…we can get through it all by not dressing it up and telling it like it is.” It’s an emotionally raw production and the perfect medium to deliver the song’s message that “no matter how tired and tested, we can all come through and be real.”

The release of this video for “Lifeline” accompanies the beginning of We Three’s debut-headlining national tour under the same name. The band announced The “Lifeline” Tour last month in an exclusive with Billboard.

As Bethany Blanchard told Taylor Weatherby at Billboard: “To do this tour is literally a dream come true. It’s what we have always wanted, and for us to be able to actually meet our fans and share our very special show is so exciting.”

The tour will feature a one-of-a-kind augmented reality poster, developed by world-renowned IT-artist and creator of AR.Gallery, Jonmar. All posters will be encrypted with a QR code that when scanned with a smartphone through the AR.Gallery App (available in Apple App Store and Google Play Store, or via a link on the band’s website) will bring the poster to life and transport the viewer into We Three’s “alternate world”, where the band will be in conversation about their tour and offering the sounds of exclusive unreleased music.

Through all 34 dates, We Three will be showcasing music from their debut album, We Three (2018). Comprised of 12 original songs, four of which were performed during their successful run on NBC’s hit show, America’s Got Talent, the album enjoys tens of millions of streams on all platforms. Be sure to find tour dates near you!

The “Lifeline” Tour Dates:
March 9 — Freehold, NJ @ iPlay America
March 10 — Bethlehem, PA @ Musikfest Cafe
March 12 — Boston, MA @ The Wilbur Theatre
March 13 — Philadelphia, PA @ World Cafe Live
March 16 — Annapolis, MD @ Rams Head On Stage
March 18 — Warrendale, PA @ Jergel’s Rhythm Grille
March 19 — Alexandria, VA @ The Birchmere
March 21 — Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues – Cleveland
March 22 — Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot
March 23 — Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar
March 24 — Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe at Old National Centre
March 26 — Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theater
March 27 — Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall Ballroom
March 28 — Chicago, IL @ Park West
March 30 — Nashville, TN @ The Cowan
March 31 — Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
April 3 — Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Parker Playhouse
April 4 — Clearwater, FL @ Capitol Theatre
April 6 — Orlando, FL @ Plaza Live
April 7 — Ponte Vedra Beach, FL @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
April 9 — Saint Louis, MO @ The Ready Room
April 11 — Kansas City, MO @ Madrid Theatre & Cafe
April 12 — Dallas, TX @ Canton Hall
April 17 — Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
April 19 — Salt Lake City, UT @ The State Room
April 20 — Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
April 23 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre
April 24 — San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
April 27 — Portland, OR, @ TBD
April 28 — Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre

Get Tickets For The LIFELINE Tour Here.

Until next week!

**Have an album coming out soon we should feature? Let us know! Indie, Regional, National – as long as you aren’t recording on an iPhone, hit us up! PSA – CD RELEASE SHOWS are our jam.

 

The leader of the pack, shutter16.fam, head photographer and brain schemer has been a Charlotte based concert photographer since early 2002. Her passion for photography was cultivated by her grandfather, a very well known and decorated war photographer who put the first camera in her very small hands at the age of three.

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