Happy Tuesday, all! While I’m stuck on the couch nursing a head cold and trying to overcome the shame of a devastating fantasy football loss, at least I know I have new music to comfort me. Check out the albums I’ll be listening to today, and be sure to let me know in the comments which is your new album of the week!
Blitzen Trapper – VII
Experimental country/folk band from Oregon releases their (you guessed it) seventh studio album today via their new label, Vagrant Records.
Dr. Dog – B Room
1960s-influenced indie rockers follow up 2012′s Be the Void with a new album today, their third on the ANTI- record label.
Fuzz – Fuzz
Yet another Ty Segall project sees its recorded debut today as doom/psychedelic rock band Fuzz releases its first album.
Haim – Days Are Gone
The sisters Haim release their highly anticipated debut today, and LAmb’s Marni Epstein can let you know what to expect from the effort in her full review of the album.
Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2
JT delivers the second half of his epic 20/20 Experience today, just days after announcing another live show in LA on January 20th.
Lorde – Pure Heroine
If you haven’t heard “Royals” by now, you’ve been living under a rock. Climb out from under there and give this 16-year-old from New Zealand’s debut your full attention.
Moby – Innocents
Electronic music mainstay releases his eleventh full-length studio album today, and LAmb’s Lesley Park has the 411 on what you can expect from Moby this time around in her review of the album.
Oneohtrix Point Never – R Plus Seven
Yet another album our LAmb staff couldn’t wait to get their hands on! Find out what you can expect from Brooklyn-based experimental musician Daniel Lopatin’s newest effort through David Fisch’s review of the album.
The Paper Kites – States
Indie folk act from Down Under releases its full-length debut, following up on the promise delivered by several well-received EPs.
Yuck – Glow And Behold
UK indie rock act releases its sophomore effort and first since the departure of original member Daniel Blumberg, who reportedly left the band to concentrate on releasing his own music.