By The Landlord
Certainly an eclectic selection this week. No lengthy reviews, just links to album releases coming up this week on a variety of formats. Take it in. Enjoy exploring pastures new, comment and add your own...
Wire - Nocturnal Koreans - 15th studio album from the punk/post-punk innovators
Rufus Wainwright - Take All My Loves - to commemorate 400 years since the Bard passed on but lives forever in every culture, Rufus sets to music nine sonnets.
The Loom - Here In The Deadlights - second album by the sometimes brooding Brooklyn indie guitar band. Digital release on Crossbill Records
Nicolas Godin - Contrepoint - intimate and inventive and using live instruments, France's Godin (one half of Air) makes his solo debut with an album inspired by JS Bach.
Greys - Outer Heaven - some powerful but controlled punk/indie noise explosion from the Toronto four-piece in their second album
Carlos Niño - Flutes, Echoes, It's All Happening! - quite unlike anything else out this week, the kitchen sink and all kinds of experimentation in the fourth of a series of collaborations from the LA multi-instrumentalist and producer
Andy Stott - Too Many Voices - latest from the Manchester-based sub and techno producer.
One from earlier this year:
Prince Rama - Released in March 2016 , the Larson sisters may look like something thrown up out of the 80s (Sigue Sigue Sputnik?) but their danceable pop songs are witty, catchy, passionate and exceedingly cheeky.
Also look out for: Guided by Voices - Please Be Honest, and We Are Scientists - Helter Seltzer.
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