This Week’s New Releases: Alt-J, Cher, the Joy Formidable, and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

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Sorry, it’s all very exciting. Among other things, Friday’s latest batch of gold features a grand experiment from the chaps in Alt-J, Cher slipping into Abba’s shoes for a spin around a light up dancefloor, a crushingly loud return for the Joy Formidable and a massive box set of odds and ends from the late, great master of cool songs to drive around to, Tom Petty.

  • Against The Current – ‘Past Lives’ (Fueled By Ramen)
  • Alt-J – ‘Reduxer’ (Infectious)
  • Amber Arcades – ‘European Heartbreak’ (Heavenly)
  • Beartooth – Disease (Red Bull Records)
  • Cher – ‘Dancing Queen’ (Warner Bros)
  • Cypress Hill – Elephants On Acid (BMG)
  • The Joy Formidable – AAARTH (Hassle)
  • Kodaline – ‘Politics Of Living’ (B-Unique)
  • Lala Lala – The Lamb (Heavenly)
  • Logic – ‘Young Sinatra IV’ (Def Jam/Virgin)
  • Marissa Nadler – ‘For My Crimes’ (Bella Union)
  • Mudhoney – Digital Garbage (Sub Pop)
  • Nile Rodgers & Chic – ‘It’s About Time’ (Virgin EMI)
  • Rod Stewart – Blood Red Roses (Decca)
  • Tim Hecker – Konoyo (Kranky)
  • Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers – An American Treasure (Reprise)

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