No time for pleasantries, folks. This week boasts so many noteworthy new album releases, I had to expand my usual list of ten to eleven, which means I need to get started listening asap. Check out the albums that have me excited below, and be sure to let me know in the comments what you’ll be listening to today!
Anna Calvi – One Breath
Dark, sultry singer from London releases the highly anticipated follow-up to her Mercury and Brit nominated debut album. Catch her at LA’s Royce Hall on November 16th with LA’s own Chelsea Wolfe.
Cage the Elephant – Melophobia
Kentucky rock quintet releases their third full-length in just five years, and it earns the distinction of being the first album I queued up when I opened Spotify this morning. That has to mean something, right? Check out our recent interview with the band to find out more about the album.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – The Speed Of Things
Detroit-area duo offers up a sophomore LP of indie-pop goodness. Put on your dancing shoes before listening to this one.
Deap Vally – Sistrionix
We’ve been enamored by this rocking punk duo for the better part of a year, and today sees the release of the ladies’ debut full-length!
Korn – The Paradigm Shift
Big day for this Grammy Award-winning hard rock act. Not only are they releasing their 11th full-length album, they’re also being inducted into Guitar Center’s RockWalk right here in LA!
Miley Cyrus – Bangerz
After a noteworthy stint hosting and performing on SNL this weekend, Miley releases her fourth full-length studio album today.
Of Montreal – Lousy With Sylvianbriar
Genre-blending psychedelic/pop rock band releases its 12th full-length today, less than two years after the release of Paralytic Stalks.
PAPA – Tender Madness
Another favorite of ours here at the LAmb, you can find out all about this local duo’s debut via Angelica’s review of the album.
Rjd2 – More Is Than Isn’t
American producer/artist offers up his fifth full-length, and you can expect of review of the effort from our own Lesley Park shortly.
Sleigh Bells – Bitter Rivals
Duos are seriously dominating this week as Brooklyn noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells is also releasing a new album today.
Tim Kasher – Adult Film
Whether you know him as the frontman of Cursive, the tortured soul behind The Good Life, or simply a solo artist, Omaha’s Tim Kasher is always one to watch, and I’ll most definitely be giving his latest solo effort a listen today.