Happy Tuesday, LAmb readers! As usual, we have our list of today’s album releases that have those of us at LA Music Blog thanking the music gods, so check out those noteworthy efforts below, and be sure to let me know in the comments what you’ll be listening to on this album release Tuesday!
Braids – Flourish // Perish
Canadian quartet Braids offers up their sophomore full-length and first album to be released on Montreal’s Arbutus Records.
Crocodiles – Crimes Of Passion
San Diego noise pop act returns with their fourth full-length album since releasing their debut in 2009.
Earl Sweatshirt – Doris
Three years after his debut mixtape, Earl, introduced this LA artist to the world, Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt offers up his debut full-length via his own Tan Cressida imprint and Columbia Records. Catch his record release show at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles on August 28th.
John Mayer – Paradise Valley
Guitarist/songwriter John Mayer releases his sixth full-length album and the follow-up to 2012′s Born and Raised.
Julia Holter – Loud City Song
LA-based art-pop singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Julia Holter releases her third full-length album and first to be recorded in a professional studio.
No Age – An Object
Recorded by F. Bermudez and the band members themselves at Gaucho’s Electronics in Los Angeles, experimental punk duo No Age’s follow-up to 2010’s groundbreaking Everything In Between is released today.
O’Brother – Disillusion
Atlanta rockers O’Brother release their genre-bending sophomore studio album via Triple Crown Records.
Ty Segall – Sleeper
The ever-prolific Ty Segall returns with a new solo full-length album recorded and mixed in the artist’s own San Francisco apartment.
Willy Mason – Carry On
Lo-fi blues/folk artist Willy Mason offers up his third full-length album and first to be released via Fiction Records.
Zola Jesus – Versions
Versions is a collection of nine classic Zola Jesus songs arranged for a string quartet, plus a completely new tenth track, “Fall Back.”