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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This Week’s New Releases: Bruce Springsteen, Madonna And Kate Tempest

This week is all about quality, not quantity. The number of new releases may be few, but they are mighty. The Boss has put out an album inspired by Southern California pop records of the late 1960s and early ’70s, the Queen Of Pop has introduced us to the enigmatic Madame X, and Kate Tempest has treated us to album number four.

If that’s not enough, head below for more new music.

Alle Farben – ‘Sticker On My Suitcase’ (Sony)

Baroness – ‘Gold & Grey’ (Abraxan Hymns/ADA)

Bruce Springsteen – ‘Western Stars’ (Columbia)

Chris Robinson Brotherhood – ‘Servants Of The Sun’ (Silver Arrow Records)

Iron & Wine and Calexico – ‘Years To Burn’ (City Slang)

Kate Tempest – ‘The Book Of Traps And Lessons’ (Republic Records)

The LaFontaines – ‘Junior’ (So/Silva Screen)

Madonna – ‘Madame X’ (Interscope)

Mattiel – ‘Satis Factory’ (Heavenly Recordings)

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – ‘Black Star Dancing’ EP (Sour Mash Records)

Pinky Pinky – ‘Turkey Dinner’ (Innovative Leisure)

Renee Fleming – ‘Lieder’ (Decca Classic)

Thrice – ‘Deeper Wells’ EP (Epitaph)

Underworld – ‘Drift – Ep.4 – Pt.4 – Doris’

X Ambassadors – ‘ORION’ (Kid Ina Korner/Interscope)

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This Week’s New Releases: Aphex Twin, Paul Weller and The Dirty Nil

This week is bonkers. Aphex Twin has returned with the ‘Collapse’ EP, while Paul Weller has followed up 2017’s ‘A Kind Revolution’ and Canadian Rockers the Dirty Nil have put out album #2.

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

6LACK – ‘East Atlanta Love Letter’ (LVRN/Interscope Records)

Ann Wilson – ‘Immortal’ (BMG)

Aphex Twin – ‘Collapse’ EP (Warp)

Bob Moses – ‘Battle Lines’ (Domino)

Carrie Underwood – ‘Cry Pretty’ (Virgin EMI)

The Chills – ‘Snow Bound’ (Fire Records)

David Guetta – ‘7’ (Parlophone)

Dawn Landes – ‘Meet Me At The River’ (Yep Roc)

Dilly Dally – ‘Heaven’ (Partisan Records)

The Dirty Nil – ‘Master Volume’ (Dine Alone/Caroline)

Dreams – ‘No One Defeats Us’ (Virgin EMI)

Fatherson – ‘Sum Of All Your Parts’ (Easy Life Records)

First Aid Kit – ‘Tender Offerings’ EP (Columbia)

Ghetts – ‘Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament’ (GIIG/Caroline)

Good Charlotte – ‘Generation Rx’ (BMG)

Guerilla Toss – ‘Twisted Crystal’ (Dfa Records/Ada)

Hawkwind – ‘Road To Utopia’ (Cherry Red)

Jean-Michel Jarre – ‘Planet Jarre’ (Sony)

Jungle – ‘For Ever’ (XL Recordings)

Low – ‘Double Negative’ (Sub Pop)

Lyrics Born – ‘Quite A Life’ (Mobile Home Recordings)

Monster Truck – ‘True Rockers’ (Mascot)

Noname – ‘Room 25’ (Noname)

Orbital – ‘Monsters Exist’ (ACP Recordings)

Pale Waves – ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ (Dirty Hit)

Paul Weller – ‘True Meanings’ (Parlophone)

Petrol Girls – ‘The Future Is Dark’ EP (Hassle Records)

Sandro Perri – ‘In Another Life’ (Constellation)

Snakes In Paradise – ‘Step Into The Light’ (Frontiers Records)

Steven Page – ‘Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II’ (Warner Music Canada)

Thrice – ‘Palms’ (Epitaph)

Throbbing Gristle – ‘Journey Through A Body/Mission Of Dead Souls’ (Mute)

Tony Bennett & Diana Krall – ‘Love Is Here To Stay’ (Verve/UMG)

Uriah Heep – ‘Living The Dream’ (Frontiers)

Wale – ‘Free Lunch’ EP (Warner Bros)

We Were Promised Jetpacks – ‘The More I Sleep The Less I Dream’ (Big Scary Monsters)

Willie Nelson – ‘My Way’ (Sony)

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This Week’s New Releases: Beth Orton, Michael Kiwanuka And PUP

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This week is a busy one. We’ve got Beth Orton releasing her sixth studio album, following up 2012’s ‘Sugaring Season’, and Michael Kiwanuka, PUP and Catfish And The Bottlemen offering up their sophomore LPs. Dee Dee from Dum Dum Girls will also be putting out the debut album of her new musical project as Kristin Kontrol.

If none of that takes your fancy, check out the rest of our pick of this week’s new releases below.

Architects – ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’ (Epitaph)

Beth Orton – ‘Kidsticks’ (ANTI-)

Big Thief – ‘Masterpiece’ (Saddle Creek)

Catfish And The Bottlemen – ‘The Ride’ (Universal/ Island)

Flume – ‘Skin’ (Transgressive)

Gold Panda – ‘Good Luck And Do Your Best’ (City Slang)

Holy Fuck – ‘Congrats’ (Innovative Leisure)

Kristin Kontrol – ‘X-Communicate’ (Sub Pop)

Michael Kiwanuka – ‘Love & Hate’ (Polydor)

PUP – ‘The Dream Is Over’ (SideOneDummy Records)

Real Friends – ‘The Home Inside My Head’ (Fearless Records)

Summer Cannibals – ‘Full Of It’ (Kill Rock Stars)

Thrice – ‘To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere’ (Vagrant Records)

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