_______________New Releases 10.11.11
Bjork _ Biophilia
Bjork's music is as intense, beautiful, and fiercely creative as ever.
Electric 6 _ Heartbeats and Brainwaves
Prolific Detroit based garage-electro act are obviously having fun on their 8th studio effort. See "The Intergalactic Version."
Erasure _ Tomorrow's World
Brit synth-pop duo sound the same as always, but now their sound is hip again.
Five Finger Death Punch _ American Capitalist
Tongue-in-cheek LA metal act mix hardcore and nu-metal with mixed results.
**Joe Henry _ Reverie
Accomplished producer shows off on this atmospheric, largely acoustic set.
Joe Jonas _ Fastlife
Even the slickest, most expensive beats money can buy can't save this confused disaster of a solo effort.
Marketa Irglova _ Anar
The female half of The Swell Season has an incredibly mature sound for a 23-year-old on her solo debut.
Modeselektor _ Monkeytown
Berlin IDM group features Thom Yorke and others on their latest set of trippy electro.
Peter Gabriel _ New Blood
Legend is as innovative and dramatic as ever on his latest.
**Rachel Yamagata _ Chesapeake
Singer/pianist plays warm, intelligent pop on her third solo album.
Radiohead _ Tkol Rmx 1234567
Complete collection of previously unreleased remixes finds Radiohead at their weirdest.
Rich Robinson _ Through A Crooked Sun
Black Crowe plays standard blues-pop.
Ryan Adams _ Ashes & Fire
From overacheiver to underacheiver, Mr Mandy Moore adds to his musical legacy with this set of intricate folk.
The Parlor Mob _ Dogs
NJ alt-rockers sound like one part Jack White, one part The Academy Is.
Wednesday 13 _ Calling All Corpses
Snarling, theatrical hard-rock
White Williow _ Terminal Twilight
Norwegian art-rockers continue their trend towards darker, more guitar-driven tunes.