Friday New Releases – June 23rd

Happy Friday!  I hope your Summer is going well.  This week has very few releases that are on my radar so not a lot to choose from.  There are a couple that will get a spin and maybe I can catch up on all the releases earlier in the month.  The ones I will listen to are highlighted in Blue…as usual.

  • 170x170bb-60  Imagine Dragons – Evolve – (Interscope):  The pop/rock band is back with their third studio release.  After breaking on to the scene in 2012 with “Radioactive, they hope to capture the magic yet again.  If “Believer” is any indication of what is to come, we should have another great release.

  • 170x170bb-33  King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – Murder of the Universe – (Flightless Records):  King Gizzard returns with their 2nd album of 2017.  The first ‘Flying Microtonal Banana’ was exceptional and can they repeat the magic so quickly?  We will see.  Plus, they intend to release 4 to 5 albums this year so they better get moving as we are almost half way through the year.  This album appears to be quite different from the last as it is broken up into 3 chapters to tell an overall story I am assuming. I will have to wait and hear I guess.  NOTE: Video has a warning that if you are susceptible to seizures, DO NOT watch the video.

  • 170x170bb-29  311 – MOSAIC – (311 Band, LLC):  I have never been a huge 311 fan, but this could be a nice refreshing change from my normal listening pattern.  I might check this one out only because the song “Too Much To Think” sounds fun.

  • 170x170bb-45  Joe Bonamassa – Live at Carnegie Hall – An Acoustic Evening – (J&R Adventures)
  • 170x170bb  Radiohead – OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997-2017 – (XL Recordings)

2 thoughts on “Friday New Releases – June 23rd

  1. Not much happening this week at all. OKNOTOK is the only one I’d likely buy, but even at that I cancelled my preorder a couple of weeks ago! I’ll pick it up at some point, but I’m just in no rush.

    I will check out the Bonamassa album, actually. I’ve found his studio albums a tad underwhelming, but I’ve enjoyed some of the live stuff I’ve seen online.

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