New Music Tuesday! (August 9)

New releases by Pepper Rabbit, Jay-Z & Kanye West, Trivium, Dom + more (audio & video included).

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Gucci Mane & Waka Flocka Flame, 1017 Bricksquad... (Warner Bros.)

The Horrors, Skying (XL Recordings)

KARMAKANIC, In a Perfect World (Insideout Music)

Kanye West and Jay Z, Watch the Throne (iTunes 2011)

The Irrepressibles, Mirror Mirror (Cooperative)
The UK's ten-piece pop-orchestral ensemble led by composer/musician/singer Jamie McDermott presents their debut LP in the U.S. Check out a taste of what they have to offer in the video below, which features live footage from the Queen Elizabeth Hall.

The Motels, Apocalypso (Omnivore)

Pepper Rabbit, Red Velvet Snow Ball (Kanine Records)
Los Angeles-based duo Pepper Rabbit — Luc Laurent and Xander Singh — issue their sophomore LP, recorded in between shows with Passion Pit, Ra Ra Riot and others. Listen to the sticky keyboard pop single "Murder Room" below.

Royce da 5'9'', Success Is Certain (Gracie)

Sainthood Reps, Monoculture (Tooth & Nail)

Scattered Trees, Sympathy (Roll Call Records/EMI)

Trivium, In Waves (Roadrunner)

Not a lot of new releases out this week. But I have, as per usual, put together the ones you want to know about below, with audio & video for your listening and viewing pleasure. Click here to check out releases that dropped over the past few months ...

Gary Clark Jr., Bright Lights EP (Warner Bros.)

Dom, Family Of Love EP (Astralwerks)
Described as a collection of sensory pop tunes that combine elements of teenie bop with space rock. Not sure how those two things work together especially as Mariah Carey, Judy Nylon and David Bowie were cited as inspirations but according to the band, "the songs reflect a cosmic and sometimes dark vibe via a bubblegum medium." The five-song EP was produced by Nicolas Vernhes (Animal Collective, Bjork). Interest piqued? Check out the video for "Living in America" below.

Eyes Set To Kill, White Lotus (Foresee Records)

Fleshgod Apocalypse, Agony (Nuclear Blast Records)

Grimes, Geidi Primes (NPIP)
Originally released by Montreal's Arbutus Records as a free download and cassette in early 2010, Geidi Primes sees its re-release by No Pain In Pop. Check out her video for "Beast Infection" (along with the rest of this week's new releases) after the jump.

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