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January

01/05
Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Live in 1960 [Reissue]

01/12
Anderson East - Encore
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Wrong Creatures
Black Veil Brides - Vale
Camila Cabello - Camila
Corrosion of Conformity - No Cross No Crown
Dirty Sidewalks - Bring Down the House Lights
Drunken Foreigner Band - White Guy Disease
Giovanni Di Domenico - Insalata Statica
Francesca Michielin - [Title TBA]
Joe Satriani - What Happens Next
Meghan Patrick - Country Music Made Me Do It
Umphrey's McGee - it's not us

01/19
A Grave with No Name - Passover
The Bad Plus - Never Stop II
Bahamas - Earthtones
Black Label Society - Grimmest Hits
Cadence Weapon - Cadence Weapon
Cane Hill - Too Far Gone
Charlie Puth - VoiceNotes
Fall Out Boy - MANIA
First Aid Kit - Ruins
Glen Hansard - Between Two Shores
Joe Perry - Sweetzerland Manifesto
Magnum - Lost on the Road to Eternity
Of Mice & Men - Defy
Porches - The House
The Go! Team - Semicircle
They Might Be Giants - I Like Fun
tUnE-yArDs - I Can Feel You Creep into My Private Life
The Xcerts - Hold on to Your Heart
Xylorious White - Mother

01/26
Beth Hart & Joe Banamassa - Black Coffee
Calexico - The Thread That Keeps Us
Craig David - The Time Is Now
The Dangerous Summer - The Dangerous Summer
Django Django - Marble Skies
Dommengang - Love Jail
EXEK - Ahead of Two Thoughts
The Green Child - s/t
H.C. McEntire - Lionheart
Johnny Jewel - Digital Rain
Khruangbin - Con Todo El Mundo
Loudness - Rise to Glory
Marie/Lepanto - TENTKILLER
Marmozets - Knowing What You Know Now
Mimicking Birds - Layers of Us
Nadah El Shazly - Ahwar
Nick JD Hodgson - Tell Your Friends
Nightmares on Wax - Shape the Future
Nils Frahm - All Melody
No Age - Snares Like A Haircut
Orphaned Land - Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs
Philip Anselmo & the Illegals - Choosing Mental Illness as a Virtue
Rick Springfield - The Snake King
Sleeping Giant - I Am
Steep Canyon Rangers - Out in the Open
The Spook School - Could It Be Different?
Therion - Beloved Antichrist
Ty Segall & The Freedom Band - Freedom's Goblin
Waterparks - Entertainment

February

02/02
Anna Burch - Quit the Curse
Awolnation - Here Come the Runts
Bat Fangs - Bat Fangs
Don Broco - Technology
DZ Deathrays - Bloody Lovely
Efrim Manuel Menuck - Pissing Stars
Field Music - Open Here
Hookworms - Microshift
James Hunter Six - Whatever it Takes
Julian Lage - Modern Lore
Justin Timberlake - Man of the Woods
Pearl Charles - Sleepless Dreamer
Poppy Ackroyd - The Calm Before
Rae Morris - Someone Out There
Rhye - Blood
Rich Chigga - Amen
Saxon - Thunderbolt
Shannon Noll - Unbroken
Simple Minds - Walk Between Worlds
The Wood Brothers - One Drop of Truth

02/09
Alela Diane - Cusp
The Atlas Moth - Coma Noir
Beckton Alps2 - Impressions of Field Recordings
Brian Fallon - Sleepwalkers
Brigid Mae Power - The Two Worlds
Dashboard Confessional - Crooked Shadows
David Duchovny - Every Third Thought
Franz Ferdinand - Always Ascendin
Fu Manchu - Clone of the Universe
Holy Motors - Slow Sundown
Legend of the Seagullmen - Legend of the Seagullmen
Paul Luc - Bad Seed
Refrigerator - High Desert Lows
Son Lux - Brighter Wounds
Susanna - Go Dig My Grave
The Wombats - Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

02/12
Death Pedals - Death Pedals

02/14
Band-Maid - World Domination

02/15
Itasca - Morning Flower

02/16
Alva Noto & Ryulchi Sakamoto - Glass
American Nightmare - American Nightmare
Belle & Sebastion - How to Solve Our Human Problems
Big Air - Inner Facing, Outer Spacing
Born Ruffians - Uncle, Duke, and the Chief
Brandi Carlile - By the Way, I Forgive You
Car Seat Headrest - Twin Fantasy
Dabrye - Three/Three
Escape the Fate - I Am Human
Everything Is Recorded - Everything Is Recorded by Richard Russell
Fischerspooner - Sir
The Hanging Stars - Songs for Somewhere Else
I'm with Her - See You Around
Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet - Landfall
Loma - Loma
Marlon Williams - Make Way for Love
Neal Morse - Life & Times
Ought - Room Inside the World
Pianos Become the Teeth - Wait for Love
Poliça & Stargaze - Music for the Long Emergency
The Pilot in You - Dispose
Pop Evil - Pop Evil
Ryuichi Sakamoto - Async Remodels [Digital Release]
Senses Fall - If There Is Light, It Will Find You
Shannon & the Clams - Onion
Superchunk - What a Time to Be Alive
Sunwatchers - II
Tyga - Kyoto
US Girls - In a Poem Unlimited
Wild Beasts - Last Night All My Dreams Came True

02/23
The Altered Hours - On My Tongue
Black Lizard - Celebration of a New Dawn
Black Milk - Fever
Caroline Rose - Loner
Courtney Marie Andrews - May Your Kindness Remain
Chris Weisman - Chaos Isn't Single
Danielle Nicole - Cry No More
The Doozer - Figurines
Fever Ray - Plunge [physical release]
FRIGS - Basic Behaviour
Grounders - Coffee & Jam
Hailu Mergia - Lala Belu
Janiva Magness - Love Is an Army
Last of the Easy Riders - Unto the Earth
Odeon - Galaxies
Pete Astor - One for the Ghost
Reggie & the Full Effect - 41
S Carey - Hundred Acres
Screaming Females - All at Once
Soul Live - Cinematics Vol 1
Turnstile - Time & Space
Vance Joy - Nation of Two
We Were Sharks - Lost Touch
Young Jesus - Young Jesus [physical release]

02/26
This Is Where - This Is Where

March

03/01
Pestilence - Hadeon

03/02
Andrew W.K. - You're Not Alone
The Breeders - All Nerve
Camp Cope - How to Socialise & Make Friends
Candace - New Ruins
Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio - Close But No Cigar
Gwenno - Le Kov
Jackson MacIntosh - My Dark Side
Joan Baez - Whistle Down the Wind
Jonathan Wilson - Rare Birds
Julien Barbagallo - Danse Dans Les Ailleurs
Keith Jarrett Trio - After the Fall
Lost Girls - Feeling
Lucius - Nudes
Lucy Dacus - Historian
The Men - Drift
Moby - Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Was Hurt
Prism Tats - Mamba
Rolo Tomassi - Time Will Die & Love Will Bury It
Soccer Mommy - Clean
Sonny Smith - Rod for Your Love
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 - Black Times
Sunflower Bean - Twentytwo in Blue
Suuns - Felt
Titus Andronicus - A Productive Cough
Tracy Thorn - Record

03/09
Albert Hammond, Jr. - Francis Trouble
August Greene - August Greene
Between the Burried & Me - Automata I
Calum Scott - Only Human
David Byrne - American Utopia
Drowse - Cold Air
Editors - Violence
The Fratellis - In Your Own Sweet Time
Gengahr - Where Wildness Grows
Judas Priest - Firepower
Ministry - AmeriKKKant
Myles Kennedy - Year of the Tiger
Nap Eyes - I'm Bad Now
Nathaniel Ratliffe & the Night Sweats - Tearing at the Seems
Of Montreal - White Is Relic/Irrealis Mood
Shark Toys - Labyrinths
Skullflower - Werecats Powers of the Crossroads at Midnight
Spiny Normen - Spiny Normen
Suicidal Tendancies - Get Your Fight On!
Tax the Heat - Change Your Position
The Fratellis - In Your Own Sweet Time
Wedge - Killing Tongue
Young Fathers - Cocoa Sugar

03/16
Bill Frisell - Music Is
Bishop Nehru - Elevators: Act I & II
Caroline Says - There's No Fool Like an Old Fool
The Dean Ween Group - rock2
The Decemberists - I'll Be Your Girl
Delphine Dora - Eudaimon
Desert Warriors of the East - Perpetual Black Dynasties
Dungeon & Woods - Myths 003
Fickle Friends - You Are Someone Else
Hot Snakes - Jericho Sirens
JB Dunckel - H+
The Magic Gang - The Magic Gang
Meshell Ndegeocello - Ventriloquism
Mount Eerie - Now Only
Oak Ridge Boys - 17th Avenue Revival
Scotty McCreery - Seasons Change
Snoop Dogg - Bible of Love
Space Ghost - Endless Light
Stone Temple Pilots - Stone Temple Pilots
Vanessa Amara - Manos
Yo La Tengo - There's a Riot Going On

03/23
Alasdair Roberts, Amble Skuse, & David McGuiness - What News
Anna Guthrie - Brass Orchids
Blessthefall - Hard Feelings
Bonny Dune - Longwave
Cavern of Antimatter - Hormone Lemonade
Erica Wennerstrom - Sweet Unknown
George Ezra - Staying at Tamara's
Guided by Voices - Space Gun
Jack White - Boarding House Reach
Jordan Davis - Home State
Mark Pritchard - The Four Worlds
Preoccupations - New Material
Rick Parfitt - Over & Out
Remko Scha - Machine Guitars [reissue]
Sunflower Bean - Twentytwo in Blue
The Sword - Used Future
Wet Tuna - Livin' the Die

03/30
Amen Dunes - Freedom
Ashley McBryde - Girl Going Nowhere
Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite - No Mercy in This Land
Caitlyn Canty - Motel Bouquet
Cath & Phil Tyler - The Ox & the Ax
En Vogue - Electric Café
Frankie Cosmos - Vessel
The Garden - Mirror Might Steal Your Charm
Hayley Kiyoko - Expectations
Holy Wave - Adult Fear
Kate Nash - Yesterday Was Forever
Lindi Ortega - Liberty
MF Doom & Czarface - Czarface Meets Metal Face!
Moon Gangs - Earth Loop
Mount Eerie - Now Only
Sam Morrow - Concrete & Gold
The Vaccines - Combat Sports
The Voidz - Virtue


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 8:31 am 
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shit so you are doing this?? just saw this, let me know if you did not want to do it, I can do it again if you don't want to burden yourself. Looks like you are off to a good start tho!


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Umphrey's McGee "It's not us" 1/12

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April

04/06
30 Seconds to Mars - [Title TBA]
Amanda Palmer - I Only Listen to the Mountain Goats: All Hail West Texas
Blackberry Smoke - Find a Light
Daniel Avery - Song for Alpha
Dusted - Blackout Summer
Eels - The Deconstruction
Flatbush Zombies - Vacation in Hell
Freak Heat Waves - Beyond XXXL
GUM - The Underdog
Hinds - I Don't Run
Hop Along - Bark Your Head Off, Dog
Kylie Minogue - Golden
Manic Street Preachers - Resistance in Futile
Mind Over Mirrors - Bellowing Sun
Ultimate Painting - Up!
Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Sex & Food
The Wonder Years - Sister Cities
Wye Oak - The Louder I Call, the Faster it Runs
Young Galaxy - Down Time

04/13
A Place to Bury Strangers - Pinned
Brazilian Girls - Let's Make Love
Breaking Benjamin - Ember
The Damned - Evil Spirits
Harry Shearer - Smalls Change (Meditations Upon Ageing)
Jason Aldean - Rearview Town
John Prine - The Tree of Forgiveness
King Tuff - The Other
Mouse on Mars - Dimensional People
The New Mastersounds - Renewable Energy
Slug - HiggledyPiggledy

04/20
Brothers Osborne - Port Saint Joe
Donovan Woods - Both Ways
Foxcrotch Silvers - Wasting Running of the Light
Joshua Hedley - Mr Jukebox
Kimbra - Primal Heart
Lord Huron - Vide Noir
Old Crow Medicine Show - Volunteer
A Perfect Circle - Eat the Elephant
Sting & Shaggy - 44/876

04/27
Dr. Dog - Critical Equation

May

05/04
DJ Koze - Knock Knock
Frank Turner - Be More Kind
Gaz Coombes - World's Strongest Man
Haxxan - The Magnificent Plant of Alien Vampiro II
Leftover Salmon - Something Higher
Middle Kids - Lost Friends

05/11
Charlie Puth - Voicenotes
Come Holy Spirit - Asters & Disasters
Mark Kozelek - Mark Kozelek
Sarah Louise - Deeper Woods
The Sea & Cake - Any Day

05/18
At the Gates - To Drink From the Night Itself
Charles Watson - Now That I'm a River
Echo & the Bunnymen - The Stars, the Oceans, & the Moon

05/25
Snow Patrol - Wildness
Weezer - Black Album
Wooden Shjips - V

June

06/01
Owl City - Cinematic


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July

07/25
Mannequin St. Arnolds Johnson Sieve - Boris & June Are Here Tonight

August

September


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Khruangbin "Con Todo El Mundo" 1/26

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After two years of worldwide success, unassuming Texan trio Khruangbin announce their highly anticipated second album, Con Todo El Mundo, out January 26, 2018 on Dead Oceans. Continuing their world music pedigree, the band has expanded their global influences on this record from Thai funk to sounds of Spain and the Middle East, particularly Iran, from the 1960’s, 1970’s and beyond.

Formed of Laura Lee on bass, Mark Speer on guitar, and Donald “DJ” Johnson on drums, Khruangbin’s sounds have historically been rooted in the deepest waters of world music. Their 2015 debut album, The Universe Smiles Upon You, was heavily influenced by 60’s and 70’s Thai cassettes infused with classic soul, dub and psychedelia. This unusual mix created a powerful, hypnotic signature sound that’s entranced listeners around the world.

Their second album, Con Todo El Mundo, takes its name not from a grand global idea, but from a simple one. It’s in part dedicated to bassist Laura Lee’s Mexican-American grandfather, who was a big influence on her life. She says, “My grandpa would always ask me ‘Como me quieres?’ (how much do you love me?) And he’d only ever accept one response: ‘Con todo el mundo’ (with all the world). He created his own world to live in. Khruangbin is the world we’ve created.”

Since the release of The Universe Smiles Upon You, Khruangbin have spent the past two years playing non-stop worldwide. The band’s live history ranges from a European tour with Father John Misty to supporting Tycho on a US tour, a string of festival dates including Glastonbury, Bonnaroo, ACL, Outside Lands, Desert Dazed, SXSW as well as extended headline excursions. In a nod to their travels, Laura and Mark have been presenting a weekly “AirKhruang”DJ set live each Friday on their Facebook page, where the pair play a selection of music by artists from a particular city. They also hold a monthly NTS radio show called “Cabin Pressure”.

The music video for the album’s first single, “Maria Tambien,” tells the story of Iranian women prior to the revolution of 1979, celebrating their creativity, freedom and ability to express themselves, and showing a side of women in the Middle East that often isn’t seen in the Western world.




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Corrosion of Conformity "No Cross No Crown" 1/12



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The Wood Brothers - One Drop of Truth
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Dean Ween Group - Deaner Rock 2
Out March 9 via Schnitzel Records (lol)

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Mickey Melchiondo, better known as Dean Ween, is preparing his second official “solo” album, as the Ween co-founder will release The Dean Ween Group’s Deaner Rock 2 on March 9 via Schnitzel Records.

The new album, which follows up last year’s The Deaner Album, was recorded in Melchiondo’s studio situated near his hometown of New Hope, PA, with help from his Ween bandmates Dave Dreiwitz, Claude Coleman Jr. and Glenn McClelland, along with the Dean Ween Group lineup of Mike Dillon, Bill Fowler, Ray Kubian and Scott Rednor.

“I’m pretty proud of this one,” Melchiondo says of the album. “It represents the first time that I was able to take what we do onstage and put it on a record. 2017 is a strange time to be a musician, live music is really your main outlet for making a living. I never thought at this stage of my career that I would be putting in this much time on the road and in the studio, but I am, and I’m enjoying it more than I ever have.”


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Fuck yeah!!


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meh. wish ween would write/ record some new shit


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2017 4:51 pm 
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dude. have you even heard the deaner album? fucking amazing shit.

c'mon now.

crank this shit:



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Fever Ray came out in Oct not sure why u have it as a 2/2018 release


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October

November

December


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Fuck yeah!!


Excited for This!

And the alleged 3rd album he has in the can yet.


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JIMMYWILSON69 wrote:
toda wrote:
Fuck yeah!!


Excited for This!

And the alleged 3rd album he has in the can yet.


https://www.jambase.com/article/dean-ween-group-announces-deaner-rock-2-album

read that, sounds like he could compile 30 albums at this point. dude shits out music daily.

i got in a YT wormhole earlier, he has posted tons of unreleased shit. Check out this Parliment cover:



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Ty Segall & The Freedom Band - Freedom's Goblin
Out 1/26 via Drag City

Played on Conan last night.
https://www.spin.com/2017/12/ty-segall- ... ms-goblin/

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treefrog wrote:
meh. wish ween would write/ record some new shit

Read a recent interview with Claude saying the brothers ween are getting there--they tested the waters by coming back and doing a little touring to make sure they don't have some old issues fester up/relapse/falling out. Seemed optimistic but prob another year away. He also seemed like he is over the happy we are playing again mood and also hopes they write new shit as Ween.


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nice
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New project from Will Johnson (Centro-matic) & Justin Kinkle-Schuster (Water Liars) called...

Marie/Lepanto - TENTKILLER
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Remko Scha - Machine Guitars
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superior viaduct just announced their new Etats-Unis releases for 2018 - reissues but still fantastic

super excited about this release, been waiting a while for a reissue



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Anna Burch - Quit the Curse
Polyvinyl - 2/2/18

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EXEK - Ahead of Two Thoughts
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H.C. McEntire - Lionheart
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Giovanni Di Domenico - Insalata Statica
Silent Water - 1/12/18

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Nawa Recordings - 1/26/18

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The Green Child - s/t
Upset the Rhythm - 1/26/18

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Pete Astor - One for the Ghost
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Wedge - Killing Tongue
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some pretty deep/obscure shit there elroy


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Guided By Voices "Space Gun" 3/23

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Today Guided by Voices announced that its new album Space Gun will be released 3/23 On Rockathon Records. Along with the LP announcement the site also shared the title track as well as an Origins feature with guitarist Doug Gillard. The band will play select shows this month and hit the road in the spring. Tour dates below.

In 2018, Guided By Voices will release precisely one new album, Space Gun. Once you hear it, you will know why.

With a renowned work ethic and a daily pot of coffee, Robert Pollard continues to outclass younger generations of come-and-go rock bands. After 20+ years, 100+ albums, 2000+ songs, Pollard still can’t really explain (or doesn’t want to explain) his secret: “The songs just come to me.“

In 2017, the new GBV line-up (veterans Doug Gillard and Kevin March and newcomers Mark Shue and Bobby Bare Jr) blew away audiences at Coachella and Growlers Fest, touring behind the ambitious and sprawling multi-vocalist double album August By Cake, followed just months later by the concise punchy / catchy How Do You Spell Heaven. Pollard has acknowledged that this line-up’s adroit talents pushes him to more daring and dizzying heights.

And now, here it comes…Space Gun, the fullest realization yet of Pollard’s song talents, with the band firing on all cylinders. “Here it comes, here it comes, here it comes…”

Invention and imagination remain the undiminished life-forces of a Guided by Voices record and Space Gun absolutely crackles with this energy. This band is on fire.

Guided By Voices Tour Dates:
Fri, Dec 15 – Bell House – Brooklyn, NY – SOLD OUT
Sat, Dec 16 – The Ballroom at The Outer Space – Hamden, CT – SOLD OUT
Sat, Dec 30 – Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT
Sun, Dec 31 – Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT
Fri, Apr 13 Blind Pig – Ann Arbor, MI
Sat, Apr 14 HI-FI Indy – Indianapolis, IN
Tue, Apr 17 Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
Wed, Apr 18 White Eagle Hall – Jersey City, NJ
Fri, Apr 20 The Haunt – Ithaca, NY
Sat, Apr 21 Grog Shop – Cleveland, OH




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Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 "Black Times" 3/2

Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 will release their fourth album Black Times via celebrated UK label Strut Records on March 2, 2018. The youngest son of Afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti is as incensed by injustice as his father and, with the new album, honors the revolutionaries who have gone before and rallies the torchbearers to come. Black Times features appearances from Carlos Santana, Robert Glasper and more. Hear lead single and title track “Black Times” featuring Carlos Santana here:



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Shannon & The Clams will release their fifth studio album, Onion, via Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound label on February 16th. The album, produced by The Black Keys front man Dan Auerbach at his Nashville studio, finds a finely tuned and tour-tested band stretching out from the 60s-inspired, surf inflected rock that has defined their previous releases, and delving into genres including soul and psychedelic pop. On their new LP, the band explores themes of origin and self-determination, loss and recovery, and the power of community to heal after tragedy. “It’s okay for people to interpret the songs,” Shannon Shaw says. “You can put your own story into it if that helps you heal. I just want people to feel something, whatever it is.” Onion is available for pre-order on CD, vinyl, and digitally here.

Recently, the band has been confirmed as openers for the 20-date “Easy Eye Sound Revue Tour,” with Dan Auerbach, Shannon Shaw, and Robert Finley. The extensive North American tour will kick off on February 10 in Vancouver with stops in Brooklyn, Portland, Austin, Seattle, Los Angeles, Nashville and more (full dates below). Tickets for this tour are on sale now and can be purchased here.

Shannon & The Clams recorded Onion over ten days in early 2017 at Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound Studio in Nashville, where he helped refine and embellish the songs and steer the album. “He works in this very layered style,” Cody says. “He has all these instruments in the studio mic’d up at all times, ready to go. You can go back and add all these layers of instruments really fast and then cut stuff away in the mix.” With Shannon and Cody focused on pinning down the songs and tracking vocals, Nate and Will dug into the studio’s wealth of instruments, tapping into their own years of songwriting and multi-instrumental experience to ornament and color the tracks, which lead to the band’s most nuanced and layered album to date.

The themes of origin and introspection are central to Onion, and each song wrestles with the idea of identity, and identity’s origin as a collection of experiences. “I had this epiphany that was likening an onion to being human and how you’re nothing without layers of experience,” Shannon says, “Every time you think you’ve figured something out there’s just another layer beneath it. Each song on this album is about problem solving and having realizations about yourself.” Album opener “The Boy” is quintessential Clams. Written by Cody, the track speaks about the way childhood experiences stick with and shape you, for better or worse, and hang around forever like baggage until you choose to lose them. “It’s Gonna Go Away,” written by Shannon, is the album’s biggest stylistic departure and muses on the notion that all in life is temporary, the good and the bad, and finding comfort in that.

Shannon & The Clams had already begun writing for the Onion sessions in Fall 2016, when their world was rattled by the Oakland Ghost Ship warehouse fire in early December. In the wake of the fire, the band looked back at their origins in the Oakland underground and the importance of that world to their genesis. They could recognize the community as a delicate incubator for fringe art, and an unstable but nurturing place for performers to practice and cross-pollinate where there otherwise is no platform. The song “Backstreets” is Cody’s response to the Ghost Ship fire, and particularly the issues of artist housing and being forced to make your own way in a society that is not arranged to accommodate artists. Album closer “Don’t Close Your Eyes” is Shannon’s response, an inspirational ballad urging those suffering through loss to not give up in the midst of tragedy.

Over the last decade, Shannon and her chief collaborator guitarist Cody Blanchard have released four albums of 60s-inspired pop on indie labels, toured tirelessly and have gradually solidified a lineup of devoted Bay Area musicians. In this current iteration, Shannon and the Clams, consisting of Shannon Shaw on bass and vocals, Cody Blanchard on guitar and vocals, Nate Mahan on drums, and Will Sprott on keyboards, have developed notoriety for lively and genuine stage performances and a zealous following that craves their particular authenticity and innovation on classic sounds.



Onion Track Listing:

The Boy
It’s Gonna Go Away
Backstreets
If You Could Know
I Never Wanted Love
Onion
Did You Love Me
Love Strike
I Leave Again
Tryin’
Tell Me When You Leave
Strange Wind
Don’t Close Your Eyes

Dan Auerbach & the Easy Eye Sound Revue featuring Robert Finley, Shannon Shaw with special guests Shannon & the Clams
February 10 /// Vancouver, BC /// Vogue Theatre
February 11 /// Portland, OR /// Crystal Ballroom
February 12 /// Seattle, WA /// The Showbox
February 14 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Fillmore
February 17 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Wiltern
February 18 /// Santa Ana, CA /// The Observatory
February 19 /// San Diego, CA /// The Observatory North Park
February 20 /// Phoenix, AZ /// The Van Buren
February 22 /// Dallas, TX /// Canton Hall
February 23 /// Austin, TX /// Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
February 25 /// Nashville, TN /// Ryman Auditorium
March 24 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Union Transfer
March 25 /// Boston, MA /// House of Blues
March 27 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Brooklyn Steel
March 29 /// Toronto, ON /// Danforth Music Hall
March 31 /// Cleveland, OH /// Agora Theater
April 02 /// Chicago, IL /// Riviera Theatre
April 03 /// St. Paul, MN /// Palace Theatre
April 04 /// Kansas City, MO /// The Truman
April 05 /// Denver, CO /// Paramount Theatre




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Shannon & The Clams will release their fifth studio album, Onion, via Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound label on February 16th. The album, produced by The Black Keys front man Dan Auerbach at his Nashville studio, finds a finely tuned and tour-tested band stretching out from the 60s-inspired, surf inflected rock that has defined their previous releases, and delving into genres including soul and psychedelic pop. On their new LP, the band explores themes of origin and self-determination, loss and recovery, and the power of community to heal after tragedy. “It’s okay for people to interpret the songs,” Shannon Shaw says. “You can put your own story into it if that helps you heal. I just want people to feel something, whatever it is.” Onion is available for pre-order on CD, vinyl, and digitally here.

Recently, the band has been confirmed as openers for the 20-date “Easy Eye Sound Revue Tour,” with Dan Auerbach, Shannon Shaw, and Robert Finley. The extensive North American tour will kick off on February 10 in Vancouver with stops in Brooklyn, Portland, Austin, Seattle, Los Angeles, Nashville and more (full dates below). Tickets for this tour are on sale now and can be purchased here.

Shannon & The Clams recorded Onion over ten days in early 2017 at Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound Studio in Nashville, where he helped refine and embellish the songs and steer the album. “He works in this very layered style,” Cody says. “He has all these instruments in the studio mic’d up at all times, ready to go. You can go back and add all these layers of instruments really fast and then cut stuff away in the mix.” With Shannon and Cody focused on pinning down the songs and tracking vocals, Nate and Will dug into the studio’s wealth of instruments, tapping into their own years of songwriting and multi-instrumental experience to ornament and color the tracks, which lead to the band’s most nuanced and layered album to date.

The themes of origin and introspection are central to Onion, and each song wrestles with the idea of identity, and identity’s origin as a collection of experiences. “I had this epiphany that was likening an onion to being human and how you’re nothing without layers of experience,” Shannon says, “Every time you think you’ve figured something out there’s just another layer beneath it. Each song on this album is about problem solving and having realizations about yourself.” Album opener “The Boy” is quintessential Clams. Written by Cody, the track speaks about the way childhood experiences stick with and shape you, for better or worse, and hang around forever like baggage until you choose to lose them. “It’s Gonna Go Away,” written by Shannon, is the album’s biggest stylistic departure and muses on the notion that all in life is temporary, the good and the bad, and finding comfort in that.

Shannon & The Clams had already begun writing for the Onion sessions in Fall 2016, when their world was rattled by the Oakland Ghost Ship warehouse fire in early December. In the wake of the fire, the band looked back at their origins in the Oakland underground and the importance of that world to their genesis. They could recognize the community as a delicate incubator for fringe art, and an unstable but nurturing place for performers to practice and cross-pollinate where there otherwise is no platform. The song “Backstreets” is Cody’s response to the Ghost Ship fire, and particularly the issues of artist housing and being forced to make your own way in a society that is not arranged to accommodate artists. Album closer “Don’t Close Your Eyes” is Shannon’s response, an inspirational ballad urging those suffering through loss to not give up in the midst of tragedy.

Over the last decade, Shannon and her chief collaborator guitarist Cody Blanchard have released four albums of 60s-inspired pop on indie labels, toured tirelessly and have gradually solidified a lineup of devoted Bay Area musicians. In this current iteration, Shannon and the Clams, consisting of Shannon Shaw on bass and vocals, Cody Blanchard on guitar and vocals, Nate Mahan on drums, and Will Sprott on keyboards, have developed notoriety for lively and genuine stage performances and a zealous following that craves their particular authenticity and innovation on classic sounds.



Onion Track Listing:

The Boy
It’s Gonna Go Away
Backstreets
If You Could Know
I Never Wanted Love
Onion
Did You Love Me
Love Strike
I Leave Again
Tryin’
Tell Me When You Leave
Strange Wind
Don’t Close Your Eyes

Dan Auerbach & the Easy Eye Sound Revue featuring Robert Finley, Shannon Shaw with special guests Shannon & the Clams
February 10 /// Vancouver, BC /// Vogue Theatre
February 11 /// Portland, OR /// Crystal Ballroom
February 12 /// Seattle, WA /// The Showbox
February 14 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Fillmore
February 17 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Wiltern
February 18 /// Santa Ana, CA /// The Observatory
February 19 /// San Diego, CA /// The Observatory North Park
February 20 /// Phoenix, AZ /// The Van Buren
February 22 /// Dallas, TX /// Canton Hall
February 23 /// Austin, TX /// Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
February 25 /// Nashville, TN /// Ryman Auditorium
March 24 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Union Transfer
March 25 /// Boston, MA /// House of Blues
March 27 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Brooklyn Steel
March 29 /// Toronto, ON /// Danforth Music Hall
March 31 /// Cleveland, OH /// Agora Theater
April 02 /// Chicago, IL /// Riviera Theatre
April 03 /// St. Paul, MN /// Palace Theatre
April 04 /// Kansas City, MO /// The Truman
April 05 /// Denver, CO /// Paramount Theatre




Wow crazy seeing them here. I know Cody very well, cool band, cool dude.


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