New music releases out Tuesday, January 26: Corinne Bailey Rae, Beach House, Four Tet, The Magnetic Fields, Mike Relm and more

[image-1], Maintenent (Tomlab)

Good Shoes, No Hope, No Future (Brille)

Patty Griffin, Downtown Church (Credential)

Joan of Arc, Joan of Arc Presents: Don’t Mind Control (Polyvinyl)

Lady Antebellum, Need You Now (Capitol)

Living Sacrifice, The Infinite Order (SolidState Records)

Locksley, Be In Love (Feature)

Los Campesinos!, Romance Is Boring (Arts & Crafts)

*Click here to read CL's review of the album.

The Magnetic Fields, Realism (Nonesuch)

[image-2]Oh No Ono, Eggs (Friendly Fire)

Pat Metheny, Orchestrion (Nonesuch)

Never Shout Never, What Is Love? (Sire / Wea)

Patrick & Eugene, Altogether Now (Birds Bees Flowers Trees)

Mike Relm, Spectacle (Dread Piper Sounds)

Retribution Gospel Choir, 2 (Sub Pop)

The Silent League, …But You’ve Always Been The Caretaker (Something In Construction)

Strong Arm Steady, In Search of Stoney Jackson (Stones Throw)

VOICEsVOICEs, Origins (Manimal Vinyl)

This week’s new music releases; for a complete breakdown of hot new releases due out in the next several months, click here.


, The Sea (Capitol)

Beach House, Teen Dream CD/DVD (Sub Pop)

Basia Bulat, Heart of My Own (Rough Trade)

Blue Rodeo, The Things We Left Behind (TeleSoul)

Cars & Trains, The Roots, The Leaves (Fake Four Inc)

Celtic Woman, Songs from the Heart (Manhattan)

Citay, Get Together (Dead Oceans)

Day of Fire, Losing All (Razor and Tie)

Four Tet, There Is Love In You (Domino)

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