New Music Tuesday! (July 16): Mayer Hawthorne, David Lynch, Tallhart, San Cisco, Sons of Hippies & more

Releases out this week; audio & video included.

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Infected Mushroom, Friends on Mushrooms Vol.2 EP (Dim Mak)


David Lynch, The Big Dream (Sacred Bones)
The filmmaker, artist, musician and overall idiosyncratic talent (you remember him by Twin Peaks and all the other weirdo fare he's produced).


Sarah Miles, One (Rock Ridge Music)


Pet Shop Boys, Electric (Kobalt Label Services).


Greg Porn, Amerikin Junkie (out July 16 via Soulspazm)
The debut mixtape from the Roots collaborator and rapid-fire rapper. Porn premiered lead single 'Cloud 9' on PopMatters, and said the song came about because "we loved that guitar riff. We wanted to do a song that mixed live elements with a banging swing beat. For some reason, it reminded me of painkillers, probably because of its melodic numbness, so I spoke about a day in the life of a west Philly pillhead. How we think, feel and act on our high... " Wacked-out video for the track below directed by Ivan Ives.



Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Lickety Split (Blue Note)


Chris Schlarb, Psychic Temple II (Asthmatic Kitty)


San Cisco, San Cisco (RCA Records)
The most darling Aussie indie pop quartet you'll ever lay your eyes on presents their debut full-length in the U.S. Check out the lead single "Awkward" (also on the EP that came out last year) below.



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Seabird, Troubled Days (Tone Tree Music)


Sick Puppies, Connect (Capitol Records/Drilldown Entertainment)


Soft Metals, Lenses (Captured Tracks)


Smallpools, Smallpools EP (RCA)


Sons of Hippies, Griffons At The Gates Of Heaven (Cleopatra)
Brandenton's own psych rocking three-piece — Katherine Kelly, Jonas Canales and David Daly — issues their first debut album on Cleopatra Records after signing to the label earlier this year. The LP was mixed by Jack Endino (Nirvana, L7) in Seattle and mastered at Abbey Road Studios by Andy Walter (Radiohead, David Bowie, U2). Watch the video for "Rose" below...



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Soul Asylum, no fun intended EP (Self-Release)


Patrick Sweany, Close To The Floor (Nine Mile Records)


Tallhart, We Are The Same (Equal Vision)
The hometown boys present their debut full-length on Max Bemis of Say Anything’s imprint label within Equal Vision Records.


Them Swoops, Glimmers EP (+1 Records)


Doc Watson, The Definitive Doc Watson (Sugar Hill Records)


Zoos of Berlin, Lucifer In The Rain (Time No Place/Kompakt)

Week three of July brings a mixed offering of new music releases. 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 check out releases that dropped over the past few months.

Phil Anselmo, Walk Through Exits Only (Housecore Records)

Bitchin' Bajas, Bitchitronics (Drag City)

Sara Bareilles, The Blessed Unrest (Epic)

BEACH, In Us We Trust (Short Story Records)
The rocktronic music project of electric violin songstress Karen Mould aka Bitch, of Bitch and Animal. Check out the sultry yet jagged blues-blasted number "Love Was a River" below, in which her violin sounds as loud and amped as a guitar.

Andrew Cedermark, Home Life (Underwater Peoples)

Chance, In Search (Paradise of Bachelors)

Cherry Poppin' Daddies, White Teeth, Black Thought (Space Age Bachelor Pad)

Eric Copeland, Joke in the Hole (DFA)

Court Yard Hounds, Amelita (Columbia)
The new(ish) country music and folk duo founded by Dixie Chicks sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Robison, with the latter on lead for the first time. This is their second full-length.

Defeater, Letters Home (Bridge Nine)

Ezra Furman, The Year Of No Returning (Bar/None)

Gauntlet Hair, Stills (Dead Oceans)

James Holden, Inheritors (Border Community)

Mayer Hawthorne, Where Does This Door Go (Republic)
The soul revival singer with the silky croon presents a fourth full-length album with guest spots (Jessie Ware lends vocals to first single "Her Favorite Song" after the jump) and producers, among them, Oak of Pop & Oak, Pharrell, Greg Wells and Jack Splash... listen to the track and see the rest of this week's new releases after the jump...

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