Things have been busy at work so time has been limited and thankfully for me and my wallet, this week is lacking in things I am eager to hear. I need to catch up on everything I’ve purchased lately. There are a ton of releases so hopefully you will find something new to hear. Let me know what that might be and if we missed anything this week. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you all have a great weekend!!
Orianthi – Live from Hollywood – (Frontiers Records)
Welcome back to Friday New Releases. This week is a little better than last week, but not by much. There are only a few I am interested in this week and they are highlighted in Blue. I am beginning to think February for music releases is like February for movie releases, there aren’t as many and they aren’t as good. I am hoping for a couple exceptions to that rule. Let me know what floats your boat.
Pop Evil – Pop Evil – (Entertainment One): Pop Evil is one of the few modern rock bands I like. And based on what has come out so far this year, I need something good and heavy. They usually don’t disappoint. I will admit it is a little generic, but it is consistent and you know what you are going to get.
David Cook – Chromance E.P. – (Analog Heart Music): Former American Idol winner is finally back, but only with an EP. I will take what I can get. David is a little rock, but mostly pop and I don’t know if he has ever fully found where he wants to be with his sound. Hopefully this finds him in a good place.
I can’t believe it is March already. Damn, time flies. Another Friday of great new releases. Finally, Ed Sheeran is gracing us with his presence and a new release. My oldest daughter could not be more excited. I hope there is something on the list for you. My most anticipated are highlighted in Blue.
Ed Sheeran – Divide – (Asylum Records): Yes, after a long wait we now have new Ed Sheeran music. The kids is super talented and one of the few pop solo artist I will go out an get without hearing anything. I looking forward to exploring this one for a long while and if the new song, “Shape of You” is any indication of what is to come, this will be great.
Tokio Hotel – Dream Machine – (Believe Digital): I am not sure when or why I stumbled across this German band, but I am glad I did. What I like about them is how their style changes a little with each album. They never keep it stale and boring. It is always interesting.