This Week’s New Releases: Rejjie Snow, Half Waif And Tom Odell

There are some tasty new records that’ve dropped this week, including a new album from Irish rap sensation Rejjie Snow, Tom Odell’s fourth LP and Half Waif’s prompt follow-up to 2020’s ‘The Caretaker’.

Head below if you fancy some more!

Andrew Lloyd Webber – ‘Highlights From Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella'(Polydor)

Attacca Quartet – ‘Real Life’ (Sony)

Charlotte Day Wilson- ‘Alpha’ (Stone Woman)

The Goon Sax – ‘Mirror 2’ (Matador)

Half Waif – ‘Mythopoetics’ (Anti)

Justin Courtney Pierre – ‘The Price Of Salt’ (Epitaph)

Museum Of Love – ‘Life Of Mammals’ (Skint/BMG)

Rejjie Snow – ‘Baw Baw Black Sheep’ (BMG)

The Rolling Stones – ‘A Bigger Bang (Live)’ (Mercury)

Royal Canoe – ‘Sidelining’ (Paper Bag Records)

Sennen – ‘Widows (Expanded Version)’ (Sonic Cathedral)

TKAY Maizda – ‘Last Year Was Weird Vol 3’ (4AD)

Tom Odell – ‘Monsters’ (Sony)

The Wallflowers – ‘Exit Wounds’ (New West)

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This Week’s New Releases: Deftones, Idles And Public Enemy

The ongoing situation regarding the coronavirus has ramped up this week, but the calibre of new releases is more than high enough to combat the Covid blues.

Deftones have released the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Gore’, Idles’ third LP has arrived, and there’s a new Public Enemy album in the world.

Head below if you fancy some more, including new records from Fleet Foxes, Sad13, Surfer Blood and Machine Gun Kelly.

A Certain Ratio – ‘ACR Loco’ (Mute)

Action Bronson – ‘Only For Dolphins’ (Loma Vista/Concord)

Anna von Hausswolff – ‘All Thoughts Fly’ (Southern Lord)

Bad Boy Chiller Crew – ‘Full Wack No Brakes’ (Bad Boy Chiller Crew/House Anxiety)

Bob Mould – ‘Blue Hearts’ (Merge)

Cayucas – ‘Blue Summer’ (Park The Van)

Deftones – ‘Ohms’ (Reprise)

Dyble Longdon – ‘Between A Breath And A Breath’ (English Electric Recordings)

Fleet Foxes – ‘Shore’ (Anti-)

Hen Ogledd – ‘Free Humans’ (Domino)

Idles – ‘Ultra Mono’ (Partisan)

Jamie Lenman – ‘King Of Clubs’ (Big Scary Monsters)

Lou Red – ‘New York (Deluxe Edition)’ (Warner)

Machine Gun Kelly – ‘Tickets To My Downfall’ (Bad Boy/Interscope)

Marie Davidson / L’Œil Nu – ‘Renegade Breakdown’ (Ninja Tune)

Mint Field – ‘Sentimiento Mundial’ (Felte)

The Neighbourhood – ‘Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones’ (Columbia)

Night Shop – ‘The Fountain’ (Night Shop/Salinas Records)

The Ocean – ‘Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic/Cenozoic’ (Metal Blade)

Prince – ‘Sign O’ The Times (Super Deluxe)’ (NPG/Warner Bros)

Profligate – ‘Too Numb To Know’ (Wharf Cat)

Public Enemy – ‘What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down?’ (Def Jam)

Rituals Of Mine – ‘Hype Nostalgia’ (Carpark Recordings)

The Rolling Stones – ‘Steel Wheels Live’ (Eagle Rock)

Sad13 – ‘Haunted Painting’ (Wax Nine)

Shy Boys – ‘Talk Loud’ (Polyvinyl)

Sleeper and Snake – ‘Fresco Shed’ (Upset The Rhythm)

Sufjan Stevens – ‘The Ascension’ (Asthmatic Kitty)

SuperM – ‘Super One – The 1st Album’ (SM Entertainment)

Surfer Blood – ‘Carefree Theatre’ (Kanine Records)

Thurston Moore – ‘By The Fire’ (Daydream Library)

Tim Heidecker – ‘Fear Of Death’ (Spacebomb Records)

Wax Chattels – ‘Clot’ (Captured Tracks)

Will Butler – ‘Generations’ (Merge)

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Things We Love This Week: Eades, Will Joseph Cook, Declan McKenna vs The Rolling Stones

Guess who’s back, back again… it’s me, Sophie Williams, Stereoboard’s resident new music obsessive. Welcome (back) to Things We Love This Week, my weekly round-up of the latest tunes that you should be wrapping your ears around, and the viral moments that you need to know about right now. 

Eades – I Want More

If you haven’t already heard, buzzy up-and-comers Eades have dropped an absolute scorcher this week. Their latest single, the woozy I Want More, swiftly follows the Leeds quartet’s debut EP, July’s ‘Microcosmic Things’, and its slow-burning, light-speckled riffs make for a sweet tribute to the lo-fi punk haze of the Velvet Underground’s seminal self-titled album.

It’s got a killer chorus that becomes more addictive by the listen, as its chugging rhythm section of soft drum beats and breathy vocals gives way to a downward spiral of tilting guitars. Stunning stuff: Eades can go anywhere from here.


Will Joseph Cook – Be Around Me

He’s a charmer, our Will. Be Around Me, the latest cut to be taken from the singer-songwriter’s forthcoming second LP, ‘Something To Feel Good About’, is a sickly sweet slice of bubbly indie-pop that revels in its cutesy sentiments, toe-tapping beats and the 23-year-old’s ability to ricochet between a warbling, swoon-worthy falsetto and characteristic, multi-layered vocals.

Be warned: the dizzying — almost headache-inducing, Bertie Gilbert-directed video is not for the faint-hearted; the clip sees the camera spin uncontrollably as Cook sings along to the track’s poppy melody. In the words of our saviour Kylie Minogue: “I’m spinning around, Move outta my way…”


Declan McKenna vs the Rolling Stones

2020: the year of coronavirus and…chart battles. Yes, you read that right. This year has played host to a series of nail-biting races for the top spot on the Official UK Albums Chart between ballsy indie heroes and pop superstars. Fontaines D.C. vs Taylor Swift! Sports Team vs Lady Gaga! DECLAN MCKENNA VS THE ROLLING STONES!!!

The indie-pop troubadour spent the past week rallying up his 145,000 Twitter followers (and beyond) in a daring attempt to to take down the Rolling Stones, whose reissue of ‘Goats Head Soup’ (first released in 1973) ended up neck-and-neck in a tight race with his new LP, ‘Zeros’, for number one. As the last-minute panic from his septuagenarian rivals — who haphazardly flogged their “luxury” CDs for a fiver — proved, it’s simply McKenna’s world and we’re all living in it.

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This Week’s New Releases: Hurts, Tricky And All Them Witches

It’s been a while! We all know what’s been going on, let’s not continue to talk in circles about it. Let’s take some time for ourselves and let our focus shift to new music, even if just for a moment.

Hurts have returned with their fifth studio album, while All Them Witches have put out their sixth, and Tricky has released his 14th LP.  Not your bag? Head below for some more new releases.

All Them Witches – ‘Nothing As The Ideal’ (New West)

Annie Taylor – ‘Sweet Mortality’ (Taxi Gauche)

Bill Callahan – ‘Gold Record’ (Drag City)

Emily Barker – ‘A Dark Murmuration Of Words’ (Everyone Sang/Thirty Tigers)

Hannah Georgas – ‘All That Emotion’ (Brassland)

Hayes Carll – ‘Along Together Sessions’ (Dualtone Music)

Hurts – ‘Faith’ (Lento)

Josiah Johnson – ‘Every Feeling On A Loop’ (Anti-)

Mary Coughlan – ‘Life Stories’ (Hail Mary Records)

Michael Rother – ‘Dreaming’ (Groenland)

Naked Roomate – ‘Do The Duvet’ (Upset The Rhythm)

OZUNA – ‘ENOC’ (Aura/Sony)

The Rolling Stones – ‘Goats Head Soup (2020 Deluxe)’ (Universal)

Throwing Muses – ‘Sun Racket’ (Fire Records)

Tricky – ‘Fall To Pieces’ (False Idols)

 

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This Week’s New Releases: The Script, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Hawkins

There are some big hitters putting out records this week. The Script have dropped their sixth studio album, Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders have released a star-studded LP, and the Rolling Stones have shared a previously unreleased live album and concert film recorded during the last of their five shows in Argentina’s capital city in 1998.

Still want more? Really? Take a look below. We’re particularly excited about the new material from FKA Twigs and Lucy Dacus.

Andrea Bocelli – ‘Si Forever: The Diamond Edition’ (Decca)

FKA Twigs – ‘Magdalene’ (Young Turks)

The Flower Kings – ‘Waiting For Miracles’ (Sony/Inside Out)

Gene Clark – ‘No Other – Reissue’ (4AD)

George Michael and Wham! – ‘Last Christmas: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack’ (Sony Music)

John Fogerty – ’50 Year Trip: Live at Red Rocks’ (BMG)

Kele – ‘2042’ (Kola)

Lucy Dacus – ‘2019’ EP (Matador)

Luke Combs – ‘What You See Is What You Get’ (Sony)

Matt Maltese – ‘Krystal’ (7476)

Matt Valentine – ‘Preserves’ (Beyond Beyond Is Beyond)

Mount Eerie and Julie Doiron – ‘Lost Wisdom, Pt. 2’ (P.W. Elverum & Sun)

Pond – ‘Sessions (Live)’ (Marathon Artists)

The Rolling Stones – ‘Bridges To Beunos Aires’ (Eagle Rock)

The Script – ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ (Sony)

Simply Red – ‘Blue Eyed Soul’ (BMG)

Slayer – ‘The Repentless Killogy (Live At The Forum in Inglewood, CA)’ (Nuclear Blast)

Sparks – ‘Past Tense: The Best Of Sparks’ (BMG)

Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders – ‘Get The Money’ (RCA)

Tom Walker – ‘What A Time To Be Alive (Deluxe)’ (Relentless)

Tsunami Bomb – ‘The Spine That Binds’ (Alternative Tentacles)

Various Artists – ‘Death Stranding: Timefall (Original Music from the World of Death Stranding)’ (RCA)

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This Week’s New Releases: Miranda Lambert, Jeff Goldblum, Krept & Konan

There’s a lot going on this week, with some records celebrating anniversaries and others looking back on prolific careers. We’ve also got Miranda Lambert putting out her seventh solo studio album, Jeff Goldblum releasing a record that finds him duetting with Anna Calvi and Sharon Van Etten, among others, and Krept & Konan have finally dropped the full-length follow-up to 2015’s ‘Long Way Home’.

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

A Winged Victory For The Sullen – ‘The Undivided Five’ (Ninja Tune)

Alphabeat – ‘Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ (Warner Music)

Anavae – ’45’ (A Wolf At Your Door/Silva Screen)

Bang Bang Romeo – ‘A Heartbreaker’s Guide To The Galaxy’ (Five Seven Music)

Black Stone Cherry – ‘Black To Blues, Vol.2’ (Mascot Music)

Bob Dylan – ‘Travellin’ Thru, 1967 – 1969: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 15′ (Columbia)

Bradford Cox and Cate Le Bon – ‘Myths 004’ (Mexican Summer)

Cameron AG – ‘One By One’ (Is This It via The Orchard)

Cold War Kids – ‘New Age Norms 1’ (AWAL)

Counterparts – ‘Nothing Left To Love’ (Pure Noise)

Cup – ‘ Spinning Creature’ (Northern Spy)

The Damned – ‘Black Is The Night: The Definitive Anthology’ (BMG)

The Doors – ‘The Soft Parade (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)’ (Elektra/Rhino/Warner Music)

Fenella – ‘Fenella’ (Fire Records)

Gang Starr – ‘One Of The Best Yet’ (TTT/Gang Starr Enterprises)

Grace Cummings – ‘Refuge Cove’ (ATO)

Highly Suspect – ‘MCID’ (300 Ent.)

Hootie and the Blowfish – ‘Imperfect Circle’ (Capitol/UMG)

Itasca – ‘Spring’ (Paradise Of Bachelors)

Jeff Goldblum – ‘I Should’t Be Telling You This’ (Decca)

Jeff Lynne’s ELO – ‘From Out Of Nowhere’ (Columbia)

Krept and Konan – ‘Revenge Is Sweet’ (EMI)

Mariah Carey – ‘Merry Christmas (Deluxe Anniversary Edition)’ (Sony)

Marillion – ‘Afraid Of Sunlight (Deluxe)’ (Parlophone)

Michael Kiwanuka – ‘Kiwanuka’ (Polydor)

Miranda Lambert – ‘Wildcard’ (Sony)

Nirvana – ‘MTV Unplugged in New York (25th Anniversary)’ (Geffen)

Omni – ‘Networker’ (Sub Pop)

R.E.M. – ‘Monster (25th Anniversary)’ (Concord)

The Rolling Stones – ‘Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary)’ (ABKCO Records)

Russell Watson and Aled Jones – ‘Back In Harmony’ (BMG)

Stargazer Lilies – ‘Occabot’ (Rad Cult)

Sunset Sons – ”Blood Rush Déjà Vu’ (Bad Influence)

Turnover – ‘Altogether’ (Run For Cover)

Various Artists – ‘Charlie’s Angels (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)’ (Republic Records/Sony Pictures Entertainment)

Vetiver – ‘Up On High’ (Loose/Candid World)

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This Week’s Top Tickets: Ariana Grande, Keane, Muse, Madonna, Emeli Sandé, Travis Scott, The Chemical Brothers, Of Monsters And Men, Planet Earth II Live in Concert, The Rolling Stones Havana Moon and more

Ariana Grande

The pop superstar has added two new London dates to the UK leg of her Sweetener World Tour due to demand. Having released her album of the same name in 2018, Grande will return to the O2 Arena on October 15 and 16, following up shows at the venue in August. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Keane

Keane will return with new album ‘Cause and Effect’ plus accompanying tour dates this autumn, calling in Birmingham, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Brighton, and London, where they’ll play the iconic Royal Albert Hall on September 28 and 29. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Muse

Muse have lined up further UK shows for September, calling at London’s O2 Arena on September 14 and 15, before performing at Arena Birmingham on September 17. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 14. The trio are touring behind their 2018 LP ‘Simulation Theory’.

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Madonna

The Queen of Pop is set to headline 15 shows at the London Palladium between January 26 and February 15, 2020. A limited amount of general sale tickets are on sale now.

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Emeli Sandé

Emeli Sandé has announced her third album ‘Real Life’ plus accompanying UK tour, with the award-winning singer-songwriter confirmed shows during November and December, including a London show at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo. Tickets for the new tour go on general sale at 9am on June 14.

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Travis Scott

The hip hop superstar, who released ‘Astroworld’ last year, will take over the O2 Arena, London on July 16. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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The Chemical Brothers

The British dance heavyweights have confirmed they’ll take over the O2 Arena, London on November 30 as part of their tour behind ‘No Geography’, which came out in April. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Of Monsters And Men

The Icelandic band will follow up the July 26 release of ‘Fever Dream’ with shows in Dublin, Belfast, Newcastle, Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Manchester, and Nottingham between October 23 and November 2. They’ll also take the tour to Europe between November 4 and 23. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 14.

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Planet Earth II Live In Concert

Experience the award-winning BBC television series accompanied by the City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra next spring, with shows confirmed in Cardiff, Manchester, Leeds, Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, and London, where there will be an evening and matinee show. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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The Rolling Stones Havana Moon

The legendary band’s Havana Moon performance, which saw them play to 500,000 fans at a free outdoor gig in the Cuban capital in March 2016, will be projected onto supersize ultra high definition screens via cutting-edge cinematic technology and state-of-the-art soundsystems at 11 shows across the country this autumn. The immersive, multi-sensory event will also feature Cuban dancers, set designs that mimic the orginal production and concert lighting, allowing fans to experience the historic, record-breaking show almost as if they were there. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14, priced from £35 plus fees.

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Also announced this week:

GoldLink, BANKS, Girl Band, Danny Jones, Rivals Sons, the Futureheads, Chastity Belt, Mat Kearney, the Futureheads, Enter Shikari, Tiger Army, Annie Lennox, Wizkid, John Bishop, Jimmy Carr, Frank Skinner, Russell Howard, Common, the Bluetones, Deerhunter, Yak, Charly Bliss, Lianne La Havas, Du Blonde, Dermot Kennedy and more. Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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On This Day In Music: The Rolling Stones Release Self-Titled Debut Album

On April 16, 1964 the Rolling Stones released their self-titled debut album in the UK.

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Beyoncé and Jay Z, Steven Tyler, The Rolling Stones, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, Heaven 17, Thom Yorke and more…

BEYONCÉ AND JAY Z

Beyoncé and Jay Z will launch their On The Run 2 Tour in the UK, with massive shows planned at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on June 6, Glasgow’s Hampden Park on June 9, Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on June 13 and London Stadium on June 15. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on March 23, priced from £25.00 plus booking fees.

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STEVEN TYLER

The Aerosmith vocalist, who released his debut solo album, ‘We’re All Somebody from Somewhere’, back in 2016, will call at the O2 Forum in London on August 7. Tickets are on sale at 9am on March 23.

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THE ROLLING STONES

The Rolling Stones will bring their No Filter Tour to Croke Park in Dublin on May 17 before additional stadium shows across the UK. Tickets go on sale at 9am on March 23.

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JEFF LYNNE’S ELO

Lynne and band will now play four shows at the O2 Arena in London with their new show falling on October 21. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on March 23 (Photo: Carsten Windhorst).

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HEAVEN 17

Heaven 17 will celebrate the 35th anniversary of their 1983 album, ‘The Luxury Gap’, across the UK throughout November and December. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on March 23.

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THOM YORKE

The Radiohead vocalist will perform with Nigel Godrich and visual artist Tarik Barri at shows in the UK and across Europe in May and June, including stops at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on June 7, the Roundhouse in London on June 8 and Manchester’s Palace Theatre on June 10. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on March 23.

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Also announced this week

King Crimson, James, Somerset House Summer Series, Snow Patrol, Christine and the Queens, Plan B, Keifer Sutherland, Franz Ferdinand, Bloc Party, Animal Collective, Happy Mondays, Danzig, Employed To Serve, Protest the Hero and Norma Jean, the Used, Dopelord, Corrosion of Conformity, Palace Winter, Graham Nash, America, Carlos Vives, Hola! London, Colin Blunstone, Telepathy, Marmozets, William McCarthy, Wavves, Emp!re, Jake Quickenden, J.I.D and Earthgang, INK, Black Honey, Haux, Karine Polwart, the Cutkelvins, Gwenno, Lets Eat Grandma, Snail Mail, Mullally, Sam Amidon, Puma Blue, Andy Mineo, Iceage, WWE Live and more!

For more information and to find your tickets visit: http://www.stereoboard.com/ticket-news

 

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