This Week’s New Releases: H.E.R., Mykki Blanco And Joan Armatrading

This week is busy, busy, busy! The debut album from H.E.R. has finally arrived, while Mykki Blanco has put out their second and Joan Armatrading has followed up 2018’s ‘Not Too Far Away’.

Head south for some more new releases.

Angelique Kidjo – ‘Mother Nature’ (Decca Records France)

Bellowhead – ‘Reassembled’ (Hudson Records)

Benjamin Francis Leftwich – ‘To Carry A Whale’ (Dirty Hit)

Berwyn – ‘Tape 2/Fomalhaut’ (Sony Music Entertainment UK)

Colin Macleod – ‘Hold Fast’ (So/Silva Screen)

Crowne – ‘Kings In The North’ (Frontiers Records)

Dead Slow Hoot – ‘A Kinder Kind’ EP (Philophobia)

Deap Vally – ‘American Cockroach’ EP (Cooking Vinyl)

Eloise – ‘Somewhere In-Between’ (AWAL)

Fear Factory – ‘Aggression Continuum’ (Nuclear Blast)

Gary Kemp – ‘INSOLO’ (Sony)

GoldLink – ‘HARAM!’ (Squaash Club/RCA/Black Butter Records)

Gucci Mane – ‘Ice Daddy’ (Atlantic)

Helloween – ‘Helloween’ – (Nuclear Blast)

H.E.R. – ‘Back Of My Mind’ (RCA)

The Interrupters – ‘Live In Tokyo’ (Hellcat)

Joan Armatrading – ‘Consequences’ (BMG)

Kings Of Convenience – ‘Peace Or Love’ (EMI)

The Lounge Society – ‘Silk For The Starving’ EP (Speedy Wunderground)

Muse – ‘Origin Of Symetry (XX Anniv. RemiXX)’ (Warner)

Mykki Blanco – ‘Broken Hearts and Beauty Sleep’ (Transgressive)

Pendulum – ‘Elemental’ EP (Earstorm)

Rebecca Black – ‘Rebecca Black Was Here’ (Self Release)

Shungudzo – ‘I’m Not A Mother. But I Have Children’ (BMG)

Tigercub – ‘As Blue As Indigo’ (Blame)

Various Artists – ‘Dark Nights: Death Metal’ (Loma Vista Recordings)

Various Artists – ‘Fast & Furious 9: The Fast Saga’ (Universal/Atlantic)

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AC/DC Are Still Rocking At The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


AC/DC have done it again, they’re at the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart. Creeping closer to them are Wireless and Ed Sheeran who have both moved up the chart this week. Also making a leap from #11 into the top five is Neil Diamond.

We’ve got a number of leavers this week, including Taylor SwiftMötley CrüeDuran DuranFrankie ValliPaul WellerDef Leppard and WhitesnakeKacey MusgravesFlorence And The Machine and Fall Out Boy.

Meanwhile, we welcome to the chart A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa and The Ashes. The latter of which has done well to come in with an entry position of #6.

1. AC/DC
2. Wireless
3. Ed Sheeran
4. Fleetwood Mac
5. Neil Diamond
6. The Ashes
7. Lionel Richie
8. T In The Park
9. BBC Radio 2 Live
10. Bob Dylan
11. One Direction
12. Gregory Porter
13. James Bay
14. Dixie Chicks
15. A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa
16. U2
17. The 1975
18. Paloma Faith
19. Mrs Browns Boys
20. The Vamps

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Morrissey

2. Zedd

3. Metric

4. Marina And The Diamonds

5. Fear Factory


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