Coming Soon: New Music to Look Forward to in July 2018

June 29

Draag – Nontoxic Process EP

The Flaming Lips – Seeing The Unseeable: The Complete Studio Recordings Of The Flaming Lips 1986-1990

Florence and the Machine – High as Hope

Gorillaz – The Now Now

An album which seems to shy away from guest appearances and center on Albarn’s vocals

Hana Vu – How Many Times Have You Driven By EP

A dreamy short collection of bedroom pop recordings

Happy Rhodes – Ectotrophia

The Innocence Mission – Sun on the Square

The Interrupters – Fight the Good Fight

Jim James – Uniform Distortion

My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James is back with a full band rock album unlike his previous acoustic and covers albums

Let’s Eat Grandma – I’m All Ears

The Milk Carton Kids – All The Things That I Did And All The Things That I Didn’t Do

Mondo Cozmo – Mother****** EP

Moonbeau – Moonbeau

Nik Frietas – Dark & Day

Polyplastic – Not No EP

Protoje – A Matter of Time

Jamaican reggae artist with a lot of potential, coming off of a series of successful and catchy singles

Red Baraat – Sound the People

The Rubens – LO LA RU

Sydney Blu – Escape EP

Them Are Us Too – Amends

July 6th

The Bamboos – Night Time People

BODEGA – Endless Scroll

Con Brio – Explorer

Goldfrapp – Silver Eye: Deluxe Edition

Gossamer – Imperishable

Guts Club – Trench Foot

We the Kings – Six

Years & Years – Palo Santo

July 13

The Babe Rainbow – Double Rainbow

Australian psych-pop from Flightless Records

Ben Folds Five – The Complete Sessions at West 54th

Birds in a Row – We Already Lost the World

Melodic hardcore from France

Body/Head – The Switch

Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth) and Bill Nance return with more electric guitar artistry

Blizzard Babies – Missing Time

Casiotone For The Painfully Alone – Etiquette (Reissue)

chasity – Death Lust

Chelsea Grin – Eternal Nightmare

Collections of Colonies of Bees – HAWAII

Covet – effloresce

Instrumental post-rock trio with some jazzy sounds

Deep Cuts – Slip Off in the Dark EP

Dirty Projectors – Lamp Lit Prose

The first single hinted toward a return to the more upbeat Dirty Projectors sound. We will soon hear how the rest of the album fares

Echo Courts – Room With a View

Jason Isbell – Sirens Of The Ditch (Deluxe Edition)

The National – Boxer Live in Brussels

The Ophelias – Almost

Rayland Baxter – Wide Awake

Slightly Stoopid – Everyday Life, Everyday People

July 20

Dentist – Night Swimming

Lo-fi indie rock with loosely strummed guitars and airy vocals

Meg Myers – Take Me To The Disco

Negative Scanner – Nose Picker

Jangly garage punk from Chicago

Pram – Across the Meridian

Punch Brothers – All Ashore

Skeletonwitch – Devouring Radiant Light

Extreme metal mainstays return with their first album since 2013

Ty Segall and White Fence – Joy

Hip rocker Ty Segall teams up with White Fence (aka Tim Presley) for an old school vibed out psychedelic rock album

Wild Pink – Yolk in the Fur

July 27

Astronauts, etc. – Living in Symbol

Chill, funky, retro

Austin Basham – You And Me For Now

Beach Rats – Wasted Time

Brian Baker (Minor Threat/Bad Religion), Ari Katz (Lifetime), and Pete Steinkopf and Brian Kienlen (Bouncing Souls) come together to form a punk rock supergroup

Clearance – At Your Leisure

Daniel Bachman – The Morning Star

Late Bloomer – Waiting

Phantastic Ferniture – Phantastic Ferniture

Julia Jacklin fronts this indie rock group, which build around her vocals

Underworld and Iggy Pop – Teatime Dub Encounters

We are also confused by this combination…but if it works, it works!

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