New music Tuesday! (July 1): Robin Thicke, Old Crow Medicine Show, Trey Songz & more

Releases out this week; audio & video included.

Holy Moses, we've hit July — which means more new music! Info and links for the ones you want to know about most below, plus some other ones you may not have heard of (but should know), with audio & video for your listening and viewing pleasure. Click here to see releases from the past several weeks…

Actual Water, Call 4 Fun (Bad Actors)
Bringing jangle pop bounce to their garage rock odes is Toronto's Actual Water, spear-head by a duo, Gary Pooni and Anthony Nemet, who write, arrange and produce the songs, and are supported live by instrumentalists Siena DeCampo and "Marvelous" Mark Fosco. New single "Waldo Jackson" has a very vintage rock feel. Check the video below.

And We Danced, Back To The Middle (Paper + Plastick)

Bad Suns, Language & Perspective (Vagrant)
The LA native rockers present the physical release of the album that was issued digitally on June 24.

Beverly, Careers (Kanine)
The project of Brooklyn songstresses, Frankie Rose (Crystal Stilts, Dum Dum Girls, the Vivian Girls) and Drew Citron (Ava Luna). Check out "Honey Do" — crunchy grungy rock with cooing dulcet vocal harmonies — after the jump...

Bonobo, Ten Tigers EP (Ninja Tune)

Cabaret Voltaire#7875 (Electropunk to Technopop 1978-1985) (Mute)

Colt FordThanks for Listening (Average Joes)

Corrosion of Conformity, IX (Candlelight)

Eno • Hyde, High Life (Warp)
The second outing from Brian Eno and Karl Hyde.

Every Time I Die, From Parts Unknown (Epitaph)

Favored Nations, Amazon EP (Jupiter Clique)

Levon HelmThe Levon Helm Band – The Midnight Ramble Sessions Volume 3 (Vanguard)

Kestrels, The Moon is Shining Our Way EP (Sonic Unyon)

Mark Kozelek, Live At Biko (Caldo Verde)
Following his April release as Sun Kil Moon, Benji, the former Red House Painter issues a live album under his given name that was recorded during an April 6 gig in Milan, Italy. The release includes several Benji cuts along with Admiral Fell Promises’ “Ålesund” and three tracks off Kozelek’s collab with Jimmy Lavalle (The Album Leaf), Perils from the Sea

Livewires, Onfim Goes to War (Smacktone Records)

Corb LundCounterfeit Blues (New West)

MAGIC!, Don't Kill The Magic (RCA)

MINOT, Equal / Opposite (The Mylene Sheath)

Motionless In White, Reincarnate (Fearless)

NONONO, We Are Only What We Feel (Warner Bros.)
The Swedish alt pop trio presents their full-length debut in the U.S. after a popular run with upbeat whistle-blown EP single "Pumpin Blood" (you might've heard it in a Garnier Fructis commercial, Universal Pictures' film Endless Love, Glee, Dancing With The Stars, American Idol, or Vampire Diaries, among others. The band has described We Are Only What We Feel as "dark and beat-oriented." Video for "Hungry Eyes" below.

Old Crow Medicine Show, Remedy (ATO)
The Virginia-brewed folk/country/old time grass outfit issues a ninth full-length. 

OOIOO, Gamel (Thrill Jockey)

Red Wanting Blue, Little America (Fanatic)

Seether, Isolate and Medicate (The Bicycle Music Company)

Robin Thicke, Paula (Interscope)

Trey Songz, Trigga (Atlantic)

Turn to Crime, Can't Love (Mug & Bopp/Old Flame)

Vacant Lots, Departure (Sonic Cathedral)

Sean Watkins, All I Do Is Lie (Roaring Girl Records)

Steve Wynn, Sketches In Spain (Omnivore)

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