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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #150 on: March 19, 2023, 01:09:40 am »
new Sigur Ros, as yet untitled, in June
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #151 on: March 19, 2023, 10:08:44 pm »
Paging smakie

Belinda Carlisle has returned with "Big Big Love," her first new pop single since 1997

4 new Swiftie songs, a new U2 album and this.  St Patrick's is great and I haven't even had a drink yet!
Probably going to like this then
https://www.npr.org/2023/03/17/1163072864/bono-and-the-edge-tiny-desk-concert
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #152 on: April 06, 2023, 04:10:24 pm »
Alison Goldfrapp - The Love Invention
due 5/12 via Skint
(new song: So Hard So Hot)

Arlo Parks - My Soft Machine
due 5/26 via Transgressive

Django Django - Off Planet
due 6/16 via Because Music

Don Letts - Outta Sync
due 4/28 via Cooking Vinyl
(new song: No Fooling Me)
(produced by Killing Joke's Youth and includes collaborations with the late Terry Hall, Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne, Hollie Cook and more)

New Everything But The Girl album due in the Spring

Everything But the Girl - Fuse
due 4/21 via Buzzin' Fly / Virgin
(new song: Nothing Left To Lose)
(first album since 1999's Temperamental)

Feist - Multitudes
due 4/14 via Interscope
(new song: In Lightening)

Godflesh - Purge
due 6/9 via Avalanche
(new song: NERO)

Jake Shears - Last Man Dancing
due 6/2 via Mute
(former frontman of Scissor Sisters... album = disco)

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit - Weathervanes
due 6/9 via Southeastern

Joanna Newsom
release date TBA

The National - First Two Pages of Frankenstein
due 4/28 via 4AD

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Council Skies
due June 2 via Sour Mash Records
(new song: Easy Now)
(features Johnny Marr on a few songs, and deluxe edition will have remixes by The Cure's Robert Smith and The Pet Shop Boys)

Protomartyr - Formal Growth in the Desert
due 6/2 via Domino

SBTRKT - The Rat Road
due May 5

B) New Sparks album and tour in 2023

Sparks - The Girl is Crying in Her Latte
due 5/26 via Island
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #153 on: April 11, 2023, 06:56:28 pm »



Public Image Ltd:  "End of World"
August 11 via PiL Official
"The album is dedicated to John Lydon's wife, Nora Forster, who died on April 5 at age 80 after living with Alzheimer’s for many years."

songs released so far: Penge, and Hawaii.
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #154 on: April 15, 2023, 05:46:33 pm »
Adult Jazz, it seems

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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #155 on: April 19, 2023, 05:14:39 pm »
Rancid
Tomorrow Never Comes
Hellcat Records
June 2nd

First single

https://youtu.be/gAMjyYE_etk
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #156 on: April 19, 2023, 05:29:33 pm »
Rancid
Tomorrow Never Comes
Hellcat Records
June 2nd

First single

https://youtu.be/gAMjyYE_etk

Speaking of Tim, did you see him and Jesse Michael's released a very open ivy sounding tune and have written other music together to hopefully be released?

Teen me is interested

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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #157 on: April 19, 2023, 06:34:11 pm »
Yeah I need to check this out as well

Meanwhile, members of Rancid, Operation Ivy, Trash Talk and The Bronx recently came together to form a new project called Bad Optix.

The new ska-punk band was formed by Jesse Michaels and Rancid guitarist Tim Armstrong, both of whom performed together previously as part of ’80s band Operation Ivy.

Joey Castillo (Circle Jerks, The Bronx) and bassist Spencer Pollard (Trash Talk) complete the supergroup.
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #158 on: April 19, 2023, 06:38:31 pm »
^ that is so wild: I saw the Rancid album announcement and thought nah no one is going to even remotely care about that... go figure
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #159 on: April 19, 2023, 06:55:25 pm »
Yeah I need to check this out as well

Meanwhile, members of Rancid, Operation Ivy, Trash Talk and The Bronx recently came together to form a new project called Bad Optix.

The new ska-punk band was formed by Jesse Michaels and Rancid guitarist Tim Armstrong, both of whom performed together previously as part of ’80s band Operation Ivy.

Joey Castillo (Circle Jerks, The Bronx) and bassist Spencer Pollard (Trash Talk) complete the supergroup.

^this is what l was referring to^^

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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #160 on: April 20, 2023, 05:44:28 am »
Foo Fighters: But Here We Are
June 2

first track: Rescued

Dave back on drums?
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #161 on: April 25, 2023, 12:59:01 pm »
Wye Oak
Every Day Like the Last
Merge
6/23

A new singles collection,  it features three new songs and six previously released singles not found on any of their albums.

First single and video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKZoX5PRvQw
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Re: 2023 Albums
« Reply #162 on: May 02, 2023, 11:27:33 pm »
The National - First Two Pages of Frankenstein
due 4/28 via 4AD
 
this review is also a parody... vulture has out-pitchforked pitchfork

The National Are Now a Parody Act
Once a cure for melancholy, the National now feel like a cause.

A minor chorus of sneers and dismissals has stalked the National on their long slog to mass acceptance. For two decades, critics have mocked the band as the last refuge of curdling middle-age men who once thought themselves bound for something better. Even the most admiring reviews include secondhand sighs and half-chewed platitudes: “misery,” “torment … self-loathing,” “dour,” “morbid,” “gloomy,” “purgatory,” “mope-rock.” Carl Wilson, chief music critic for Slate, once let out a long runny sneeze of indictment: “Portentous, monotonous, self-conscious, and deficient in character and eccentricity.”
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