The first new album release Tuesday in March includes quite a few efforts from across the pond and a couple from our neighbor to the north, so check out the list of new releases from around the globe that have us excited, and be sure to let me know in the comments what you’ll be listening to today!
Autechre – Exai
British electronic music duo releases their eleventh album on Warp Records. At two hours long, you’ll want to set aside a good chunk of time for this one.
Blue Hawaii – Untogether
Male/female duo comprised of Ag- and Ra- (of BRAIDS) releases their debut full-length on Arbutus Records, home to fellow Canadians Grimes and Doldrums.
How To Destroy Angels – Welcome Oblivion
Full-length debut from Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor’s side project with his wife, Mariqueen Maandig; his The Social Network co-composer, Atticus Ross; and his NIN graphic designer/director, Rob Sheridan.
Kate Nash – Girl Talk
Young British singer/songwriter releases third full-length album.
Rhye – Woman
Soulful collaboration between Toronto native Mike Milosh and Robin Hannibal of Danish electro-soul outfit Quadron releases their debut full-length via Polydor/Innovative Leisure/Seven Four.
Josh Ritter – The Beast In Its Tracks
Americana-style singer/songwriter releases seventh full-length studio album (and we’re giving away two pairs of tickets to his show at The Fonda Theatre on March 19th).
Suuns – Images Du Futur
Sophomore album from Montreal quartet signed to (not-so) Secretly Canadian.
The Cave Singers – Naomi
Seattle indie/folk rock band signed to Jagjaguwar releases fourth full-length album.
The Men – New Moon
Find out everything you need to know about The Men’s fourth studio effort in four years via David’s review of the album.
Youth Lagoon – Wondrous Bughouse
Boise-based artist Trevor Powers releases his sophomore album via Fat Possum today. Expect a blend of folk and neo-psychedelia with electronic elements.