_______________New Releases 9.6.2011
**Bombay Bicycle Club _ A Different Kind Of Fix
English indie folk/rockers latest is their best yet. See “Shuffle,” “Leave It,” “How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep.”
**Gary Clark Jr _ The Bright Lights EP
Awesome blues rock in the vein of the Black Keys; the problem is it’s only 4 tracks.
George Strait _ Here For A Good Time
Grace Jones _ Hurricane
Jamaican-American singer/actress/eccentric plays crazy, interesting reggae influenced dance tunes. See “I’m Crying (Mother’s Tears)."
Hank 3 _ Cattle Callin’
Hank 3 _ Ghost To a Ghost/Gutter Town
Rebel country legend plays badass country.
Hank 3 _ Hank 3’s Attention Deficit Disorder
Jessy J _ Hot Sauce
Mexican-American singer/songwriter saxophonist plays feisty Jazz on this instrumental set.
Lindsey Buckingham _ Seeds We Sow
Fleetwood Mac legend continues to push himself on his 6th solo effort.
Luke Temple _ Don’t Act Like You Don’t Care
Impressive acoustic pop/folk from MA/NYC artist.
Paul McCartney _ Chaos & Creation In The Backyard
Not a bad effort, for a Beatle.
Samiam _ Trips
Berkeley indie rockers return with their first studio record in over five years.
Saviours _ Death’s Procession
**The Horrible Crowes _ Elsie
Brian Fallon side project benefits from adventurous instrumentation and the Gaslight Anthem frontman’s traditional songwriting. See “Ladykiller.”
The Rapture _ In The Grace Of Your Love
NYC post-punk pioneers are hit and miss on their latest, recording in Paris and Greenpoint, BK.
The Tierney Sutton Band _ American Road
Renowned American Jazz singer shows off versatile vocals and meticulous arrangements on her latest.
Tom Russell _ Mesabi
Prolifc Texas folk fixture keeps the laid back Americana coming.
WU LYF _ Go Tell Fire To The Mountain
Raspy voiced indie rock. RIYL Modest Mouse. See “Cave Song,” “Heavy Pop.”
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