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BLACK DAHLIA MURDERNIGHTBRINGERS (DIG)Released Friday, October 06, 2017
Price: $13.99 (sale priced)Metal / Goth


FLECK BELA / WASHBURN ABIGAILECHO IN THE VALLEYReleased Friday, October 20, 2017
Price: $14.99 (sale priced)Jazz


LIAM GALLAGHERAS YOU WEREReleased Friday, October 06, 2017
Price: $11.99 (sale priced)Rock & Pop


CHRIS HILLMANBIDIN MY TIMEReleased Friday, September 22, 2017
Price: $13.99 (sale priced)Rock & Pop


KILLERSWONDERFUL WONDERFULReleased Friday, September 22, 2017
Price: $13.99 (sale priced)Rock & Pop


MACKLEMOREGEMINI (WB) (DIG)Released Friday, September 22, 2017
Price: $9.99 (sale priced)Rap
Macklemore is returning on September 22nd with Gemini, his first album without producer Ryan Lewis since 2005. It's arriving less than two years after This Unruly Mess I've Made, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' follow-up to the platinum smash The Heist. Undaunted, Macklemore is returning solo with music that is more spontaneous and less explicitly political. Macklemore says he's going to 'talk a little bit more shit' on Gemini, an album where he reminisces about his touring days on a song with Kesha, talks about watching Toy Story 3 in his car on 'Marmalade' with Lil Yachty and engages in a furious boastfest with Offset of Migos


JD MCPHERSONUNDIVIDED HEART & SOULReleased Friday, October 06, 2017
Price: $10.99 (sale priced)Rock & Pop


VAN MORRISONROLL WITH THE PUNCHES (WB)Released Friday, September 22, 2017
Price: $10.99 (sale priced)Rock & Pop
Roll With the Punches includes tunes by Bo Diddley ('I Can Tell,' 'Ride on Josephine'), Lightnin' Hopkins ('Automobile Blues') and Little Walter ('Mean Old World'). Several of Van Morrison's selections are popular post-war standards, like 'Stormy Monday,' which has been recorded by Lou Rawls and the Allman Brothers and lead single 'Bring It on Home to Me,' originally performed by Sam Cooke and later rendered as a duet by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas.The version of 'Bring It on Home to Me' on Roll With the Punches could have been recorded in the 1960s around the same time as the Thomas/Redding rendition. The guitar works up and down the scale in a predictable pattern, as if played by Stax stalwart Steve Cropper, and the drummer taps out a light beat in 6/8 time. Van Morrison stretches syllables in remarkable ways, making the word 'bring' last for several measures, and background singers add controlled doses of gospel power.


PRIMUSDESATURATING SEVENReleased Friday, September 29, 2017
Price: $9.99 (sale priced)Rock & Pop
Its typical of Primus that theyd take a childrens book, in this case The Rainbow Goblins, and turn it into something claustrophobic, bizarre and a little terrifying.The first studio album to feature the classic line-up of Les Claypool, Tim Alexander and Larry Lalonde since 1995s Tales From The Punchbowl, the music here gives free rein to the trios tendency to expand on disciplined arrangements and go off on joyous tangents. Yet however much they revel in free-form expression, Primus never lose sight of the need to bring everything back to basics when necessary.The storyline is about goblins who steal the colours of the rainbow, and you can feel the move towards monochrome as the music develops. The way in which LaLondes punctuating guitar interacts with Claypools squirting basslines is remarkable on tracks like The Trek and The Storm, with Alexander adding sparing fills when necessary.


WHITNEY ROSERULE 62Released Friday, October 06, 2017
Price: $9.99 (sale priced)Country


SLEEPING WITH SIRENSGOSSIPReleased Friday, September 22, 2017
Price: $9.99 (sale priced)Rock & Pop
On Gossip, Sleeping with Sirens have reached the artistic heights they began moving towards since their debut nearly 10 years ago. We finally captured the live experience with Bendeth, explains frontman Kellin Quinn. We have the production, but theres a rawness that comes through. Musically, I feel like its the first Sirens record that sounds specifically like us. We took chances, experimented, and continued to do what we do best: create art. Its something new. It has an authentic sound that weve been working towards all this time.An exquisitely polished sounding album, you can appreciate the qualities that Bendeth was able to bring out of the guys during the recording process, One Man Army being a fine example. Whilst still a young band, these guys have racked up some impressive numbers across the board. Sleeping with Sirens Kellin Quinn (vocals, keyboards), Jack Fowler (lead guitar), Nick Martin (rhythm guitar), Justin Hills (bass), and Gabe Barham (drums) have emerged as one of the most influential artists in the Alternative Rock genre, selling an impressive 1.5 million albums worldwide


LUCINDA WILLIAMSTHIS SWEET OLD WORLDReleased Friday, September 29, 2017
Price: $12.99 (sale priced)Rock & Pop
Lucinda Williams had a one-word response when her husband and manager Tom Overby suggested that she re-record her 1992 album Sweet Old World: 'Really?'Lucinda Williams, Jesse Malin on Unlikely Friendship, Possible Collab Americana treasure and New York punk troubadour discuss songwriting in the wake of his bracing new EP 'Meet Me at the End of the World' Although Williams has consistently performed a few songs from the album over the years in concert, including the title track and 'Pineola,' she felt that she had outgrown most of the others and was reluctant to revisit it. That was until she listened to the songs with fresh ears.'After we got in the recording studio and we got going, I got really pumped up about it,' says Williams, who re-recorded the album in 10 days with her touring and studio band guitarist Stuart Mathis, bassist David Sutton and drummer Butch Norton and longtime friend and collaborator, legendary steel-guitar player Greg Leisz, who actually participated in the early sessions for the original LP. Williams will release the re-sequenced album with four bonus tracks under the updated title This Sweet Old World on September 29th via Thirty Tigers. (Listen to the opening track and first single, 'Six Blocks Away,' above.)'That was one of the ones where I was like, 'Ugh,'' she says of 'Six Blocks Away,' about a painful longing for something that, as Tom Petty once put it, is 'so close and still so far out of reach.'