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New to the Airwaves – Albums Out Today (Nov.9th)

New to the Airwaves – Albums Out Today (Nov.9th)

A couple weeks away from Thanksgiving already, how did we get here so quickly? Yesterday we blinked and it went from 900,000 degrees out – a bit too late. Jump to Halloween I barely got done my decorations to changing it out for fall colors, smells, and planning the next holiday festivities. Don’t even get me started on Xmas I know some are holding their elves hat behind their back chuckling heartily. The fight between passing over Thanksgiving and Xmas bahum-bugs are thick on the social feeds – and did you see all those holiday albums dropping? The holiday season is here and we’re excited!

This week’s arrivals are sure to find homes on many a playlist, especially with Muse, Thomas Giles, All That Remains, Jon Bellion, Larkin Poe, and more dropping full-lengths.

This month 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 November 9th, 2018

Ace of Cups – Ace of Cups (High Moon)

All That Remains Victim Of The New Disease (Razor & Tie)

Aloe Blacc Christmas Funk (Aloe Blacc Recordings, Inc.)

Anal Trump – The First 100 Songs (Joyful Noise)

André Borgen – Hands and Feet (Sheep Chase)

Atrocity Exhibit – Extinction Solution (WOOAAARGH)

Architects – Holy Hell (Epitaph)

Ashes Of Ares – Well Of Souls (Rock Of Angels)

The Ballroom Thieves – Covers EP (Nettwerk)

The Beatles – The White Album (50th Anniversary Edition) (Capitol)

The Brian Setzer Orchestra Christmas Rocks! Live (Surfdog)

Burning Witches – Hexenhammer (Nuclear Blast)

Charles Bradley – Black Velvet (DAPTONE)

Chez Ali – Buenas Noches Club EP (Rama Lama)

Chris Garneau – Yours (Creeper Crawler Publishing)

Cold Night For Alligators  – Fervor (Long Branch)

Connor Flanagan  – Skyscrapers (Dayton Avenue)

Cripple Bastards  – La Fine Cresce Da Dentro (Relapse)

Cristabelle Braden  – Start With Hello EP – Independent

Crowder – I Know A Ghost   (SixSteps – Capitol)

Cult Leader  – A Patient Man (Deathwish Inc.)

CUPCAKKE   EDEN

Cybotron – Enter (Reissue)

Da’ T.R.U.T.H. – Vet – Independent

Daisybones – Gold (Daisybones)

Diggy Simmons – Lighten Up (Diggy/Empire)

Dire Peril – The Extraterrestrial Compendium (Divebomb)

Dire Wolves – Paradisiacal Mind (Pom Pom Tones)

Donna The Buffalo – Dance in the Street (Independent)

Ead Wood & The Heights – Beige Dreams EP (Independent)

Emery  – Eve (BC Music)

Evoken  – Hypnagogia (Profound Lore)

Fleet Foxes – First Collection 2006 – 2009 (Sub Pop)

Gabe Lopez  – God Bless the Queens (Spectra Music)

Gary Numan – The Fallen EP (BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited)

The Glands – Double Coda (New West)

The Glands – I Can See My House From Here (Box Set) (New West)

Grapetooth – Grapetooth (Polyvinyl)

Greenleaf  – Hear The Rivers (Napalm)

Hanson – String Theory (Three Car Garage)

Holygram – Modern Cults (Cleopatra)

Honors – Feel Better (PRMD)

Imagine Dragons   Origins (Interscope)

J Fernandez  – Occasional Din (Joyful Noise)

J Mascis – Elastic Days

Jeff Goldblum and The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra – The Capitol Studios Sessions

Jethro Tull  – This Was: 50th Anniversary Edition (Rhino/Parlophone)

Jimi Hendrix Experience  – Electric Ladyland: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Box Set (Sony LEgacy)

Jonas Blue – Blue (Universal France)

Jonathan Franco – Swimming Alone Around The Room (Independent)

Jon Bellion   Glory Sound Prep (Capitol)

Jon McLaughlin – Angst & Grace (Independent)

Josh Wilson – Don’t Look Back EP (Black River)

Joyride  – Sunrise Chaser (Universal Music Australia Pty. Ltd.)

Júníus Meyvant  – Across the Borders (Record Records)

Kane Brown   Experiment (RCA Records Label Nashville)

Kodie Shane  – Young HeartThrob  (Epic)

Kwamie Liv – Lovers That Come and Go (Fame Bear)

Larkin Poe – Venom & Faith (Tricki-Woo)

Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers  – Bought to Rot  (Bloodshot)

Liela Moss (of The Duke Spirit) – My Name Is Safe In Your Mouth (Bella Union)

Lil Dude  – Luciano 3.0  (Double Back Gang)

Lil Durk  – Signed To The Streets 3  (Alamo Records/Interscope)

Lil Peep   Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 (Columbia)

Little Dragon  – Lover Chanting EP (Ninja Tune)

Lucifer’s Child – The Order (Agonia)

Marcus Strickland – People of the Sun (Blue Note)

Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s – Vulgar in the Chapel: The Animal!/Not Animal Demo Recordings (SRCVINYL)

Masta Ace & Marco Polo  – A Breukelen Story (Fat Beats)

Meg Baird and Mary Lattimore – Ghost Forests (Three Lobed)

The Men – Hated: 2008-2011 (Sacred Bones)

Mick Harvey and Christoper Richard Baker – The Fall and Rise of Edgar Bourchier and the Horrors of War (Mute)

Muse   Simulation Theory (Warner Brothers)

Nicholas Britell – If Beale Street Could Talk—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Lakeshore)

OHHMS – Exist (Holy Roar)

Oi Va Voi – Memory Drop (V2 Records Benelux)

Old Wounds  – GLOW (Good Fight Music)

Owl Company  – Iris (Eclipse)

Palmyra Delran – Come Spy With Me (Wicked Cool)

Porcupine (feat. Hüsker Dü’s Greg Norton) – What You’ve Heard Isn’t Real (Dc-Jam)

Psycroptic  – As The Kingdom Drowns (Prosthetic)

Public Memory – Demolition (felte)

Randall Dunn – Beloved (Figureight)

Red Dragon Cartel  – Patina (Frontiers)

The Revivalists – Take Good Care

Rhett Miller – The Messenger (ATO Records)

Rikard Sjoblom’s Gungfly  – Friendship (InsideOut)

Rome Fortune  – Beautiful Pimp 3  (Small VVorld)

Rory Fresco – Pretty Death Machine (SPL)

Sabrina Carpenter   Singular: Act I (Hollywood)

Sarah Brightman – Hymn (Independent)

SAVAK (feat. members of Obits, Holy Fuck, and The Cops) – Beg Your Pardon (Ernest Jenning Record Co,)

Sheryl Crow – Live At Capitol Theater (Cleopatra Entertainment)

Shvpes – Greater Than (Spinefarm)

SOM – The Fall (Radar)

Splurge  – Splurge Go! (SSG)

Stellar Circuits – Ways We Haunt (Stellar Circuits)

Stephen PearcyS  – View To A Thrill (Frontiers)

Stephen Steinbrink – Utopia Teased (Western Vinyl)

Steve Aoki   Neon Future III (Ultra Records, LLC)

The Tea Street Band – Frequency (Modern Sky Entertainment)

Ted Nugent   The Music Made Me Do It (Round Hill)

Tee Grizzley – Still My Moment (300 Entertainment)

Tellico – Woven Waters (Organic)

Ten – Illuminati (Frontiers)

Trippie Redd   A Love Letter To You 3 (TenThousand Projects, LLC)

Thomas Giles   Don’t Touch The Outside (Sumerian)

Timber – The Family (Cornelius Chapel)

Train – Greatest Hits (Columbia)

TSVI – Inner Worlds (Nervous Horizon)

Tyranny Of Dave – The Decline Of America Part 3: Silence In Brooklyn (Mekkatone)

ULTHAR – Cosmovore (20 Buck Spin)

The Underachievers  – After The Rain (RPM MSC Distribution)

Vessel – Queen of Golden Dogs (Digital Release) (Tri Angle)

whenyoung – Given Up EP (Virgin EMI)

Whethan – Life of a Wallflower Vol. 1 EP (Big Beat)

Wume – Towards the Shadows (Northern Spy)

New Video Out Today:

Press Release:

CALUM SCOTT RELEASES VIDEO FOR LATEST SINGLE — “NO MATTER WHAT”

SPECIAL EDITION OF DEBUT ALBUM ONLY HUMAN OUT NOVEMBER 30th

ON CAPITOL RECORDS

November 8, 2018  (Hollywood, CA) — U.K. artist and songwriter Calum Scott releases a video for his latest single,“No Matter What,” today. The video was directed by Ozzie Pullin, who also directed Calum’s video for “What I Miss Most.”

The powerfully emotional video for “No Matter What,” details Calum’s journey of acceptance both of himself and of his family. It’s the perfect accompaniment to “No Matter What,” which Calum calls “without question, the most personal song I have ever written and the one I am most proud of. It’s a song born from loneliness and the heartbreaking but liberating tale of my coming-out experience. What I love about this song is that it isn’t just limited to a story of sexual identity, but about the relationship between parent and child and acceptance as a whole.”

Calum will release a Special Edition of his breakout debut album Only Human on November 30th. Upon its release, Only Human, hit #1 on iTunes in over 20 countries, sold more than 1.5 million in adjusted album sales, and is fast approaching 2 billion combined streams. The album includes Calum’s hit single “You Are The Reason,” which is already certified Gold and has amassed almost 1 billion streams worldwide with over 330 million video views alone. His track “What I Miss Most,” which unfolds as a triumphant homage to his Northern England hometown, and version of “White Christmas” are both out now and available on the Special Edition album. Watch the live Vevo performance of “No Matter What” here and a performance of “White Christmas,” live from Abbey Road Studios, here.

Billboard said, “Scott’s stunningly pure voice is affecting enough in itself, but his lyrics on every one of the [album’s] tracks are vulnerable and raw.” The Huffington Post says, “Calum Scott makes an impressive splash with his compelling debut album.” Calum was nominated for a Brit Award for Best Single, for his version of Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own,” which became a global sensation with over 1.5 billion streams worldwide, and is now Platinum in five countries.

Calum Scott –  See our previous interview and live review!

New Single: ICYMI

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Listening to “All Out Life” on repeat for the past hour you can definitely hear and feel the “Iowa” vibes from not only the vocals but the music itself. Add in the slight twists from “Volume 3” and “Slipknot” it brings back so many memories and makes us look forward to the new ones we will create with the release of the album in 2019. Hearing the intro by itself gets us pumped. We’re talking about moshing in your living room and scaring the neighbors pumped.   See rest of the review Cindy did HERE.

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Chris Broach and Steve Znavor (of The Firebird Band) are SNST (pronounced Sunset) and they are here to thoughtfully confuse you with their sound. SNST’s debut full length album, Turn Out The Lights (produced by Will Yip and recorded at Studio 4,) is the smart kind of genre bending album of music that exists somewhere on the periphery of the type of electronica influenced rock/electronica that we’ve come to expect from artists like Moby. While SNST aren’t as steeped in the club-like sounds that define most of Moby’s music, they definitely make use of the best parts of the worlds of electronica and rock music to come up with something that sounds uniquely disparate, yet consistent. In other words, they are that rare interesting listen that most audiophiles will love getting lost in. (See rest of the coverage…..) – Andy Frisk

 

Until next week!

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