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Happy Tuesday, all! Appropriately enough, today sees the release of a new 311 album, but that’s not all the music world has to offer! Check out our list of the week’s notable album releases below, and be sure to let me know in the comments what you’ll be listening to today!

311 – Stereolithic
No doubt the release of the new 311 album today was no coincidence, so celebrate 311 day by listening to the multi-platinum rock band’s eleventh studio release, then check out Gerry’s review of their intimate show at The Roxy last week.

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Aloe Blacc – Lift Your Spirit
Aloe Blacc may be best known for performing vocals on Avicii’s “Wake Me Up,” but this acclaimed pop-soul singer/songwriter is more than just a pretty voice, and his third studio album sees a US release today.

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Architects UK – Lost Forever, Lost Together
This Brighton, England metalcore act’s new album has been described as “the group’s most sprawling, ambitious, and tightly controlled recording.” Find out if the description fits by picking up the album today via Epitaph Records.

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Elbow – The Take Off and Landing of Everything
After several title changes, acclaimed British alternative rock band Elbow finally settled on The Take Off and Landing of Everything for its sixth studio album, out today.

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Fat White Family – Champagne Holocaust
After recently earning the distinction of winning NME’s Radar Award for best up-and-coming band, these Brits release their debut album via Trashmouth Records today.

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Joan as Police Woman – The Classic
A key member of Antony Hegarty’s Johnsons and Rufus Wainwright’s band, Joan Wasser returns today with a new solo full length of uplifting soul music.

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Metronomy – Love Letters
Yet another British band on this list with new music to share, this modern pop act offers up its most anticipated album release to date today.

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MØ – No Mythologies to Follow
Danish songstress MØ (aka Karen Marie Ørsted) has been labeled one of Rdio’s 2014 “Artists to Watch,” and today music lovers get to find out if she can make good on the promise of the few tracks she’s released so far.

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Ozomatli – Place In The Sun
Multi-cultural Grammy-winning superstars release their eighth album in twenty years and first via the Vanguard Records label.

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The Shrine – Bless Off
Californian hard rockers release another album in their unique “psychedelic violence” style.

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