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Music Releases 08-05-22

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Originally released in 2007, Malcolm Middleton’s third solo album (and first for Full Time Hobby) is being made available on vinyl once more for its 15th anniversary. Only ever released on black vinyl in limited numbers around the original release, this updated version has been re-cut to optimize sound quality and pressed on clear vinyl.

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What I Breathe is the debut album from Mall Grab (AKA Jordon Alexander). The Australia-born, London-based powerhouse reaches within to create the most comprehensive demonstration of his style to date - loudly defining the raw energy that has become synonymous with the moniker. Even with a stack of very well-received projects already under his belt, What I Breathe can be seen as the first deep breath in and a fierce and deeply personal declaration of what's to come for Mall Grab. 2 LP 180-gram.
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More than two decades deep, and preparing to release their eighth studio album, Psycroptic are in fine fettle. The follow up to 2018's As The Kingdom Drowns is on the horizon, and Divine Council sees the Australian band ready to push their creative boundaries in new ways as part of their ethos to always keep things fresh - both for themselves and their listeners.
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Ural Thomas is universally recognized as one of the most exciting singers remaining from the original soul era, and an active musical institution for over sixty years. His catalog has slotted into countless sweet, seductive mixtapes between James Brown, Otis Redding, and Stevie Wonder (all of whom he has performed with). Leader of the rhythm and blues vocal group The Monterays, his success brought him to Los Angeles where he caught the ear of industry bigwig Jerry Goldstein, best remembered for managing Sly and The Family Stone and producing dozens of iconic records by the likes of War, The McCoys, and The Angels (co-writing "My Boyfriend's Back"). Goldstein brought him into the studio with arranger Gene Page (known for thousands of recordings with everyone from Aretha Franklin to Elton John to a veritable who's who of Motown stars) to record two landmark 1967 singles "Pain Is The Name of Your Game" and "Can You Dig It". Ural Thomas & the Pain have released two full length albums: 2016's self-titled release and 2018's The Right Time. The return with Dancing Dimensions, their third record together.
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Harmonizing folk duo The Brother Brothers are used to hearing Everly Brothers comparisons, but even Phil and Don couldn't beat the sound of siblings Adam and David Moss, who share identical DNA. The twins started weaving their voices together before they hit first grade, learning by singing along to the Everlys, the Beatles and other artists they found in their dad's record collection. On their new album, Cover to Cover, The Brother Brothers pay homage to those early influences and other favorite songwriters with unique arrangements of both beloved classics and songs they want more people to hear. Among their eclectic picks: Tom T. Hall's "That's How I Got to Memphis," Jackson Browne's "These Days," James Taylor's "You Can Close Your Eyes," Hoagy Carmichael's "I Get Along Without You Very Well (Except Sometimes)," Robert Earl Keen's "Feelin' Good Again," Richard Thompson's "Waltzing's for Dreamers," Judee Sill's "Rugged Road" and Tom Waits' "Flowers Grave." Their exquisite version of Lennon and McCartney's "I Will" holds special significance, because they created their own harmonies over the solo-vocal original when they were 6. Fiddler/violinist Adam and cello player/guitarist David also called on special friends, from singer/mandolinist Sarah Jarosz to Lake Street Dive vocalist Rachael Price - who sings with her sister, Emily, making this effort even more of a family affair.
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Limited vinyl LP pressing includes bonus CD edtion. 2022 release. Coming 40 years after he first started performing in bands in his native North West of England, Butterfly Mind is the most surprising release yet from Tim Bowness. From the short, sharp shocks of Always The Stranger and Only A Fool to the long-form ambition of the sensuous Dark Nevada Dream, the cinematic Electro-Ballroom of Glitter Fades and the dystopian paranoia of Say Your Goodbyes Parts 1 and 2, Butterfly Mind delivers a thrilling fusion of Art Rock invention, Post-Punk energy and epic soulful ballads. Tim's seventh solo album features the stellar rhythm section of Richard Jupp (in his first major session since leaving Elbow) and Nick Beggs alongside a spectacular guest list including Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull), Dave Formula (Magazine), Peter Hammill (Van Der Graaf Generator), Martha Goddard (The Hushtones), Gregory Spawton (Big Big Train), Mark Tranmer (The Montgolfier Brothers / GNAC), Saro Cosentino (Franco Battiato), Italian Jazz musician Nicola Alesini, US singer Devon Dunaway (Ganga), Stephen W Tayler (Kate Bush) and, marking his first studio work with Tim for nearly three decades, former No-Man violinist Ben Coleman.
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"Livin' My Best Life is the full-length follow-up to Dylan Scott’s Nothing To Do Town EP. His deep, resonating drawl delivers a personal set filled with the dusty backroads, barstools and church pews that defined his youth growing up in Louisiana. The 2021 CMT Music Award winner co- penned eight of the album’s 17 songs, whose credits boast an all-star lineup of writers like Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley, Morgan Wallen and Thomas Rhett, among others. Notable tracks include fiery heartbreak single “New Truck,” unifying anthem “In Our Blood (feat. Jimmie Allen)” and his second career No. 1 “Nobody.”"
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