Happy April, everyone! We have ten new album releases that we think you’ll enjoy listed below, so check those out and be sure to let me know in the comments what you’ll be listening to today. No foolin’.

Band of Skulls – Himalayan
Seeing this gritty British rock trio was one of Twila’s Top 14 moments at SXSW 2014, so be sure to pick up their new album today, then catch their show at The Observatory in Santa Ana on May 20th.


Cloud Nothings – Here And Nowhere Else
Cleveland indie rockers release their third full-length album, this one comprising eight songs written while the group was on the road for 18 consecutive months in support of 2012’s Attack on Memory.

cloud nothings_here and nowhere else

Manchester Orchestra – Cope
LAmb’s Mary Bonney listed Cope as one of her five favorite album releases of 2014 so far, calling the album “unapologetic, pounding rock with personal lyrics and a natural ebb and flow of energy.”


Nickel Creek – A Dotted Line
After a seven-year hiatus, acclaimed folk trio Nickel Creek is reunited and ready to deliver new music to fans with this album and a spring tour wrapping with a show at The Wiltern on May 21st.

Nickel Creek A Dotted Line

Pattern Is Movement – Pattern Is Movement
Soulful, genre-defying Philadelphia duo offers up its fourth full-length album and first since 2008’s critically-acclaimed All Together.

Pattern is Movement

RAC – Strangers
Not only can you listen to composer, producer, arranger, and recording artist RAC’s debut album today, you can also enter to win a pair of tickets to his show at The Observatory OC on April 9th!

Rac Strangers

S. Carey – Range Of Light
Wisconsin-based singer/songwriter/Bon Iver-multi-instrumentalist Sean Carey releases his sophomore effort through Jagjaguwar Records today.

S. Carey Range of Light

Steel Panther – All You Can Eat
Fanthers, rejoice! LA’s favorite spandex-clad rockers have a new album of party anthems for you to enjoy, and they are celebrating with a trio of shows at House of Blues Sunset. Enter to win tickets to the April 7th date now!

Steel Panther All You Can Eat

The Used – Imaginary Enemy
After performing two sold-out co-headlining dates at The Palladium with Taking Back Sunday last month, alt-rock band The Used offers up its sixth full-length album today.

the used imaginary enemy

Thievery Corporation – Saudade
Influential electronic/dance music duo releases its seventh studio album and first record devoted entirely to bossa nova.

thievery corporation saudade