This Week’s New Releases: Stormzy, Jamie Lenman And The Cure

Another mixed bag this week! Stormzy has released the highly anticipated follow-up to 2019’s ‘Heavy Is The Head’, Jamie Lenman has dropped his fifth LP, and The Cure have put out a 30th anniversary reissue of their Grammy-nominated ninth studio album.

Head below for more new music.

Cliff Richard – ‘Christmas With Cliff’ (Warner)

The Cure – ‘Wish – 30th Anniversary’ (Fiction)

David Bowie – ‘Divine Symmetry’ (Parlophone)

The Fall – ‘1970s’ (Cherry Red/ BBC)

The Flaming Lips – ‘Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots – 20th Anniversary’ (Warner)

The International Submarine Band – ‘Safe At Home’ (Sundazed Music/ Modern Harmonic)

Jamie Lenman – ‘The Atheist’ (Big Scary Monsters)

Karate – ‘Tim Expired’ (Numero Group)

Stormzy – ‘This Is What I Mean’- Universal

Tina Turner – ‘Break Every Rule – 2022 Deluxe’ (Parlophone)

Tom Jenkins – ‘It Comes In The Morning, It Hangs In The Evening Sky’ (Xtra Mile)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – ‘Live At The Fillmore, 1997’ (Warner)

Voice Of The Beehive – ‘Let It Be: Remastered & Expanded’ (London Records)

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This Week’s New Releases: The Weeknd, Gunna And Twin Atlantic

We’ve got a small but impressive list of new releases to kick off the new year! The Weeknd has released the follow-up to 2020’s ‘After Hours’ after only announcing it a few days ago, Gunna has dropped a star-studded new LP, and Twin Atlantic have put out album #6.

Head below for more new music.

Burial – ‘Antidawn’ (Hyperdub)

Crow – ‘Armed & Ready, Pt.1’ EP (Crow Music)

David Bowie – ‘Toy (Toy: Box)’ (Parlophone)

Eric Nam – ‘There and Back Again’ (The Eric Nam Company, Inc)

Gunna – ‘DS4EVER’ (Young Stoner Life Records/300 Entertainment)

MARINA – ‘Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land (Deluxe Edition)’ (Atlantic)

Spector – ‘Now or Whenever (Deluxe)’ (Moth Noise)

Twin Atlantic – ‘Transparency’ (Staple Diet)

The Weeknd – ‘Dawn FM’ (XO/Republic/UMG)


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This Week’s New Releases: Westlife, Katie Melua And Black Label Society

Less than a month until Christmas, and the new releases are still rolling in. Westlife have followed up 2019’s ‘Spectrums’, Katie Melua has released an LP of stripped back reworkings of tracks from her 2020 record, and Black Label Society have put out their 11th studio album.

Still want more? Head below.

A!MS – ‘Offshore’ (3Fifty7)

Allie X – ‘Cape God’ (Twin)

Bernie Marsden – ‘Chess’ (Conquest)

Black Label Society – ‘Doom Crew Inc.’ (Panworkz)

DAF and Robert Görl – ‘Nur Noch Einer’ (Groenland)

David Bowie – ‘Brilliant Adventure (1992-2001)’ (Parlophone)

Deep Purple – ‘Turning To Crime’ (earMUSIC)

Fool’s Garden – ‘ Captain…Coast Is Cear’ (Jazzhaus)

Gary Barlow – ‘The Dream Of Christmas’ (Polydor)

Grace Davies – ‘i wonder if you wonder’ EP (Grace Davies)

Henry and the Waiter – ‘Sweet Melancholy’ (HATW)

Howard Jones – ‘At The BBC (Live)’ (BBC/Howard Jones)

Ist Ist – ‘The Art Of Lying’ (Scruff Of The Neck Records)

Julie Doiron – ‘I Thought Of You’ (You’ve Changed Records)

Katie Melua – ‘Acoustic Album No.8’ (BMG)

Kid Bookie – ‘Cheaper Than Therapy’ (Kid Bookie)

Matt Berry – ‘Gather Up (Ten years on Acid Jazz)’ (Acid Jazz)

Nell Smith and The Flaming Lips – ‘Where the Viaduct Looms’ (Bella Union)

Orchards – ‘Trust Issues’ EP (Big Scary Monsters)

Richard Dawson and Circle – ‘Henki’ (Domino)

Rufus Wainwright – ‘Rufus Wainwright and Amsterdam Sinfonietta Live’ (BMG)

Ryan Hamilton – ‘1221’ (Wicked Cool)

Smith/Kotzen – ‘Better Days’ EP (BMG)

Spectacular Diagnostics – ‘Ancient Methods’ (Rucksack)

The Tea Party – ‘Sunshower’ EP (Coalition Music)

The Temperance Movement – ‘Covers & Rarities’ (Earache)

Westlife – ‘Wild Dreams’ (Warner)

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This Week’s New Releases: Fiona Apple, Gerry Cinnamon And Enter Shikari

What a week for new music! Fiona Apple has released her first new album in eight years, Gerry Cinnamon has put out his highly anticipated second LP, and Enter Shikari have followed up 2017’s ‘The Spark’.

Pop below for the rest of this week’s new releases.

Ashley McBryde – ‘Never Will’ (Rhino)

The Black Dahlia Murder – ‘Verminous’ (Metal Blade Records)

Clive Gregson – ‘Every Face Is Turned My Way (2020-04)’ (Gregsongs)

DaBaby – ‘Blame It On Baby’ (South Coast Music Group/Interscope Records)

Datura4 – ‘West Coast Highway’ (Alive Records)

David Bowie – ‘Reality (Yellow Vinyl)’ (Friday Music/Columbia/ISO Records)

Duke Dumont – ‘Duality’ (EMI)

DVSN – ‘A Muse In Her Feelings’ (OVO Sound/Warner Records)

Elbow – ‘Live At The Ritz – An Acoustic Performance’ (Polydor)

Enter Shikari – ‘Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible’ (So Recordings)

EOB – ‘Earth’ (Capitol Records)

Fiona Apple – ‘Fetch The Bolt Cutters’ (Epic Records)

Gerry Cinnamon – ‘The Bonny’ (Little Runaway Records)

The Howling Hex – ‘Knuckleball Express’ (Fat Possum Records)

Jeremy Zucker – ‘Love Is Not Dying’ (Island)

Jonathan Antoine – ‘Going The Distance’ (Masterworks)

Led Zeppelin – ‘Jimmy Page Birthda At The Royal Albert Hall 9 January 1970 (Vinyl)’ (Dbqp)

Leslie Mendelson – ‘If You Can’t Say Anything Nice’ (Royal Potato)

Lido Pimienta – ‘Miss Colombia’ (Anti-/Epitaph)

Ludovico Einaud – ‘Seven Days Walking’ (Decca Records Classics)

Marillion – ‘Script For A Jester’s Tear (Deluxe)’ (PLG UK Catalog)

Monkees – ‘The Monkees Live – The Mike & Micky Show’ (Rhino)

Nafe Smallz – ‘Goat World’ (Ozone Music)

Prince – ‘The Purple Rain Performances (4CD)’ (The Broadcast Archive)

R.A. The Rugged Man – ‘All My Heroes Are Dead’ (Nature Sounds)

Richard Bishop – ‘Oneiric Formulary’ (Drag City)

Rifles – ‘Live At The Roundhouse (2CD)’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Rina Sawayama – ‘Sawayama’ (Dirty Hit)

RJD2 – ‘The Fun Ones’ (RJ’s Electrical Connections)

Ron Sexsmith – ‘Hermitage’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Sepultura – ‘Beneath The Remains (Deluxe Edition)’ (Rhino)

Shabazz Palaces – ‘The Don Of Diamond Dreams’ (Sub Pop)

Shelby Lynne – ‘Shelby Lynne’ (Everso Records)

Soul Asylum – ‘Hurry Up and Wait’ (Blue Élan Records)

Testament – ‘Titans Of Creation’ (Nuclear Blast)

Ulrich Schnauss – ‘A Strangely Isolated Place’ (Scripted Realities)

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This Week’s New Releases: Celine Dion, DJ Shadow And Westlife

This week is bonkers! Celine Dion has put out her first new record in six years, DJ Shadow has dropped the follow-up to 2016’s ‘The Mountain Will Fall’ and Westlife have released a new album featuring songs written by Ed Sheeran.

If none of that floats your boat, head below for the rest of this week’s new releases.

Arthur Russell – ‘Iowa Dream’ (Audika)

The Band – ‘The Band (50th Anniversary)’ (UMC – Virgin International)

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – ‘I Made A Place’ (Domino)

Celine Dion – ‘Courage’ (Sony)

David Bowie – ‘Conversation Piece’ (Rhino/Warner Records)

Deliluh – ‘Beneath The Floors’ (Tin Angel Records)

Dido – ‘Still On My Mind (Deluxe)’ (BMG)

DJ Shadow – ‘Our Pathetic Age’ (Mass Appeal)

Fall Out Boy – ‘Believers Never Die – Greatest Hits Vol.2’ (Virgin EMI)

Fat Freddy’s Drop – ‘Special Edition Part 1’ (The Drop)

Fleetwood Mac – ‘Before The Beginning: 1968 – 1970 Rare Live & Demo Sessions’ (Sony)

Juliana Hatfield – ‘Juliana Hatfield Sings The Police’ (American Laundromat)

Lady Antebellum – ‘Ocean’ (Big Machine)

Lighthouse Family – ‘Christmas Lights’ EP (Polydor)

Lily Kershaw – ‘Arcadia’ (Nettwerk)

Michael Nau – ‘Less Ready To Go’ (Org Music)

Milky Chance – ‘Mind The Moon’ (BMG)

Molly Burch – ‘The Molly Burch Christmas Album’ (Captured Tracks)

Paul Kelly – ‘Songs From The South: Paul Kelly’s Greatest Hits 1985-2019’ (Cooking Vinyl)

The Pineapple Thief – ‘Hold Our Fire’ (Kscope)

Remember Sports – ‘Sunchokes’ (Father/Daughter Records)

Ronnie Wood and His Wild Five – ‘Mad Lad: A Live Tribute to Chuck Berry’ (BMG)

Sparks – ‘Gratuitous Sax & Senseless Violins – 25th Anniversary Edition’ (BMG)

Westlife – ‘Spectrum’ (EMI)

Willie J Healey – ‘Hello Good Morning’ EP (Yala! Records)

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On This Day In Music: David Bowie Releases Space Oddity

On July 11, 1969, David Bowie released Space Oddity, a matter of days before Apollo 11 set off for the moon. With Rick Wakeman of Yes contributing Mellotron, the iconic song, which detailed the mission of Major Tom, was recorded at London’s Trident Studios and included on Bowie’s second album. The single reached #1 after being re-released in 1975, while astronaut Chris Hadfield paid tribute to Bowie with a rendition during his stay on the International Space Station in 2013.

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On This Day In Music: David Bowie Releases Life On Mars?

On June 22, 1973 David Bowie released one of his most famous singles, Life On Mars?. The track, which features Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman, reached #3 on the UK singles chart.

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On This Day In Music: David Bowie Hits #1 With ‘Black Tie White Noise’

On April 17, 1993 David Bowie reached #1 on the UK album chart with his eighteenth studio album, ‘Black Tie White Noise’.

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