This Week’s New Releases: Lil Nas X, Employed To Serve And Lindsey Buckingham

It’s another busy week for new music! Lil Nas X has dropped his highly anticipated debut album, Woking hardcore band Employed To Serve have put out their fourth LP, and Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac fame has released his first proper solo album since 2011’s ‘Seeds We Sow.’

More? Really? Head below.

Becca Stevens and The Secret Trio – ‘Becca Stevens and The Secret Trio’ (GroundUP)

Buena Vista Social Club – ‘Buena Vista Social Club (25th Anniversary Edition)’ (World Circuit/BMG)

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice – ‘Jesus Christ Superstar – 50th Anniversary/ Deluxe’ (Decca Broadway)

Billy Idol – ‘The Roadside (EP)’ (Dark Horse/BMG)

Carly Pearce – ’29: Written In Stone’ (Big Machine)

Daughtry – ‘Dearly Beloved’ (Dogtree)

Employed To Serve – ‘Conquering’ (Spinefarm Records)

Enrique Iglesias – ‘FINAL (Vol.1)’ (Sony)

Kara Marni – ‘State Of Mine (EP)’ (Access)

Jones – ‘Blue Sunshine (EP)’ (BMG)

José González – ‘Local Valley’ (City Slang)

Laura Brehm – ‘The Dawn Is Still Dark’ (AntiFragile)

Lil Nas X – ‘Montero’ (Sony)

Lindsey Buckingham – ‘Lindsey Buckingham’ (Reprise)

Lizzie Loveless – ‘You Don’t Know’ (EggHunt)

Melissa Etheridge – ‘One Way Out’ (BMG)

The Raven Age – ‘Exile’ (EX1)

Ronnie Wood – ‘Mr. Luck – A Tribute to Jimmy Reed: Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ (BMG)

Rumer – ‘Live From Lafayette’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Scott Lavene – ‘Milk City Sweethearts’ (Nothing Fancy)

Spiritbox – ‘Eternal Blue’ (Pale Chord/Rise)

Thrice – ‘Horizons/East’ (Epitaph)

Tion Wayne – ‘Green With Envy’ (Atlantic)

Various artists – ‘The Wanderer – A Tribute to Jackie Leven’ (Cooking Vinyl)

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On This Day In Music: Happy Birthday Gwen Stefani, Tommy Lee and Lindsey Buckingham!

On October 3, 1949 Fleetwood Mac guitarist/vocalist Lindsey Buckingham was born. On the same day in 1962 Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee came into the world, followed by No Doubt vocalist and solo artist, Gwen Stefani, in 1969. Happy birthday all!

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This Week’s New Releases: Chuck Berry, Katy Perry And London Grammar

It’s another busy week for new releases. The late Chuck Berry’s first new album since 1979’s ‘Rock It’ has arrived, Katy Perry has finally followed up 2013’s ‘Prism’ and London Grammar have released their long-awaited sophomore LP.

If none of that piques your interest there’s plenty more to check out below.

Anathema – ‘The Optimist’ (Kscope)

Ani DiFranco – ‘Binary’ (Righteous Babe/Aveline Records)

Chuck Berry – ‘CHUCK’ (Devva)

Cigarettes After Sex – ‘Cigarettes After Sex’ (Partisan Records)

Gov’t Mule – ‘Revolution Come…Revolution Go’ (Spinefarm)

INVSN – ‘The Beautiful Stories’ (Dine Alone)

Katy Perry – ‘Witness’ (Virgin EMI)

Lady Antebellum – ‘Heart Break’ (UMG Nashville)

London Grammar – ‘Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’ (Ministry Of Sound)

Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie – ‘Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie’ (East West)

Mr Jukes – ‘God First’ (Universal/Island)

Phoenix – ‘Ti Amo’ (Atlantic)

Rancid – ‘Trouble Maker’ (Hellcat/Epitaph)

Rise Against – ‘Wolves’ (Virgin EMI)

Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly and James McAlister – ‘Planetarium’ (4AD)

SZA – ‘CTRL’ (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA Records)

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On This Day In Music: Fleetwood Mac Score Only UK #1 Single With Albatross

On January 29, 1969 Fleetwood Mac achieved their only UK #1 single when Albatross, an instrumental track composed by guitarist Peter Green, reached the top of the charts.

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On This Day In Music: Happy Birthday Gwen Stefani, Tommy Lee and Lindsey Buckingham!

On October 3, 1949 Fleetwood Mac guitarist/vocalist Lindsey Buckingham was born. On the same day in 1962 Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee came into the world, followed by No Doubt vocalist and solo artist, Gwen Stefani, in 1969. Happy birthday all!

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On This Day In Music: Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham Was Born

On October 3, 1949 Fleetwood Mac vocalist and guitarist, Lindsey Buckingham, was born. Happy 66th birthday Mr Buckingham!

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On This Day In Music: Lindsey Buckingham Is Born

On October 3, 1949, Lindsey Buckingham was born. The guitarist would shoot to fame in the mid-’70s after joining Fleetwood Mac along with his girlfriend at the time, Stevie Nicks. Buckingham would become a major creative force in the band almost immediately and later penned some of their most recognisable songs, including Go Your Own Way.

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