Scout Niblett’s last record, The Calcination of Scout Niblett, was a haunting, harrowing affair that ranked among 2010′s finest
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40 years after the boisterous Raw Power was dropped on unsuspecting ears, its follow-up finally has a release date.
New Can material? Well, sort of.
James Blake has announced, via his twitter, that he will release a follow-up to his acclaimed self-titled LP April 8th.
As Vampire Weekend tweeted a short time ago, in the New York Times classifieds section you can find some details on their new effort.
A pair of very different but no less arresting folk records headline the latest musical crop we’ve been enamored with.
According to The Guardian, Daft Punk will release their new studio album in May.
Though we’re not yet through with the past year, we’ve also begun to look forward on this set of recent favorites.
Picks this week include a chilling folk landmark, an indie-rock powerhouse, and an odyssey’s that’s alien in its humanity.
On the docket this week as warmer weather sets in: an MPB classic, a 2012 throwback gem, a synth-funk curiosity, and more.