New releases 17/01/20

It’s a pretty big week. I have these albums lined up to listen to:

The Cult of Dom Keller
Holy Fuck
Trail of Dead
Alice Boman
Keeley Forsyth
The Innocence Mission
Aoife Nessa Frances
Mythic Sunship
Bill Fay

What else?

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There appears to be a new Of Montreal album

I’m looking forward to David keenan album. He was great live.

Not Telstar Ponies/18 Wheeler/music journo/author David Keenan I take it?

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Add to the things that don’t exist list please



Bombay Bicycle Club today too…


Eminem has dropped a new surprise album if anyone is interested.

lol, apparently with a verse expressing regret that he dissed Earl and Tyler on the last one. I loved that neither of them cared in the slightest - think Earl never even acknowledged it and when Tyler was asked he just laughed and said not to get offended on his behalf.


Kiwi Jr - Football Money: Slacker indie pop, featuring members of Alvvays
Keeley Forsyth - Debris: Dark indie with ambient/electronic touches, FFO recent Nick Cave records


Mura Masa, Of Montreal, Pinegrove, Algiers and Holy Fuck for me today, if I get time.

Although those two that @Cameron12 has just posted sound right up my street too.

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I’ll be giving Algiers a spin

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will be giving the new pinegrove album a spin, i absolutely loved “skylight” so got high hopes for it

nadia reid has a new single out too, really looking forward to her new album in march

my listen list today:

WHAT A DAY!! Good job I don’t have to buy cd’s anymore

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Appears to be a new Holy Fawn EP/single out.

Genre: Shoegaze/Black Metal


Last one was really good I thought (first one I’d listened to since about 2011)

Had a listen this morning, it’s lovely, as you’d expect

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aye it’s nice eh? i absolutely loved the first album, the second took a while to grow on me but have a feeling this new one will be a cracker

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Hoping so

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Trail of Dead

I’m also listening to ‘new’ Vex Red. Apparently released last October but it totally passed me by despite waiting decades for something new from them…