New Music out this week

Gorillaz, Tune-Yards, Superchunk, Lenka, Pee Wee Ellis & more! (with lots of video)


[image-1]DJ Quik, Book of David (Mad Science)


Dub Sonata, Bluntitled (Elevated Press)


Duff McKagan's Loaded, The Taking (Armoury / Eagle Rock)


Pee Wee Ellis, Tenoration (Mig Music)


Eternal Summers, Prisoner EP (Forest Family / Kanine Records)


Former Thieves, The Language That We Speak (No Sleep)


Glee Cast, Glee: The Music presents The Warblers (Sony)


Gorillaz, The Fall (Virgin)


Gorillaz recorded a musical diary during spare time while on the road over 32 days on their North American tour last autumn. The result is The Fall, a collection of 15 tracks: some with vocals, some without, some combined performances and some solo. Check out "Phoner to Arizona" below.



[image-2]Graveyard, Hisingen Blues (Nuclear Blast America)


The Head and the Heart, The Head and the Heart (Sub Pop)


The Heavenly States, Oui Camera EP (Hippies Are Dead Records)


The High Llamas, Talahomi Way (Drag City Records)


I'm from Barcelona, Forever Today (Mute)


In Legend, Ballads 'N' Bullets (SPV/Steamhammer)


Jonwayne, Bowser (Alpha Pup Records)


Lenka, Two (Epic Records)


The Austrialian singer-songwriter presents her second album. Check out her video for the song "Heart Skips a Beat" below.



[image-3]Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers, Starlight Hotel (Signature Sounds)


My Goodness, My Goodness (Sarathan)


Tracy Nelson, Victim Of The Blues (Delta Groove Productions)


O'Death, Outside (Ernest Jenning Record Co.)


Pearson Sound / Ramadanman, Fabricalive 56 (Fabric)


Plan B, The Defamation Of Strickland Banks (679 / Atlantic)


The breakthrough concept album by UK soul revival singer and rap artist Plan B. Hotness finally sees its U.S. release. Check out the video for "She Said" below.



[image-4]The Republic Tigers, No Lands Man EP (Chop Shop Records)


David Rosenfield, Son of Ojito (self-release)


Bob Schneider, Perfect Day (Kirtland Records)


Brian Setzer, Setzer Goes Instru-MENTAL! (Surfdog Records)


Shaman, Origins (Scarlet Records)


The Steve Miller Band, Let Your Hair Down (Space Cowboy Records)


Superchunk, Here's Where the Strings Come In (Merge)


Tune-Yards, WhoKill (4AD)


The freaky experimenters issue a new album; check out the video for "Bizness" below.



[image-5]Ben Waters, Boogie 4 Stu: A Tribute To Ian Stewart (Eagle/Eagle Rock)


White Mystery, Blood & Venom (self-release)


Actual release date April 20, 2011…


Daphne Willis, Because I Can (Vanguard)


Wolfram, Wolfram (Diskokaine)


Xray Eyeballs, Not Nothing (Kanine Records)


The debut LP from the project headed up by noise garage pop singer-songwriter, O.J. San Felipe. Check out the video for “Crystal” below.



Gabby Young and Other Animals, We're All in This Together (Four Quarters)

The week's new music releases! Woo-hoo! Check out all of the ones you want to know about (some with audio, some with video) below. Click here to check out new music releases that dropped last week and here for new releases that have come out in the past several months…

The Belle Brigade, The Belle Brigade (Reprise)

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy & Matt Sweeney, Must Be Blind (Drag City)

Blackfield, Welcome To My DNA (Kscope)

Blu., Her Favorite Colo(u)r (Natural Sounds)

Breaking Laces, When You Find Out (Tenacity)

Kimberly Caldwell, Without Regret (Capitol/EMI)

Bill Callahan, Apocalypse (Drag City)

Cam'ron, Cam'ron Presents the U.N: Gunz N' Butta (eOne)

Dead Rock West, Bright Morning Stars (Red River Records)

Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Golden Era (The Council)

The innovative hip-hop artist  presents a brand new album, Golden Era, and releases it with two albums never before released physically — Automatik Statik and Funk Man.

Dengue Fever, Cannibal Courtship (Fantasy Records/Concord Music Group)

Check out the EPK after the jump, which includes interviews with the band members and samples of their exotic blend of Cambodian rock, Afro grooves, surf, and garage psychedelia.

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