There's just one slight hitch on the way to record stores: the Brotherhood were just dropped by label Warner Bros., which resulted in a delay of a few weeks. D City have been leaking over the past few weeks, but as recently as a few weeks ago the album had the mysterious title of "untitled." Not so surprisingly, it eventually added a less generic name and album artwork, and it "officially" goes on sale today after briefly and "accidentally" becoming available on i Tunes a week ago (a stunt that proved to be intentional).
(The album will now come out on the duo's own Infinity Cat label.) Buy From Amazon Buy From i Tunes Details about Lamar's highly anticipated follow-up to his stunning major-label debut Good Kid, M. Already a strong album-of-the-year contender thanks to phenomenal reviews, the 16-track Buy From Amazon Buy From i Tunes The noise-rock duo of Brian Chippendale and Brian Gibson haven't released a full-length album since 2009's Earthly Delights.
2003’s is a huge step forward thematically, the Portland band’s sound changes very little from their early releases.
Fugazi’s Brendan Casty produced the album and gave the album a much cleaner mix than previous efforts, making the lyrics (and the album’s narrative) much easier to discern.
They drew inspiration from the iconic hits of everyone from Fleetwood Mac to Heart to Roy Ayers.
Harris wrote and recorded the first Thermals record, More Parts per Million, in the kitchen of his one-bedroom house in Southeast Portland in early 2002.
Their latest, album #6 overall, is their first release for new label Thrill Jockey, and the label describes it as both stranger and more reflective of their live shows than past releases.
Los Angeles-based sister duo Jennifer and Jessie Clavin knew that things were going to be different for their band Bleached sophomore LP Welcome The Worms.
Rather than live under the yoke of a country they can no longer stomach, they make a mad dash into Canada to escape a the rule of a fascist leader and the aggressively Christian government they’ve implemented.
Sounds quite a bit like the panicked spirit of 2016, right?