New Music Tuesday! (July 23): Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Gogol Bordello, Marc Anthony & more

Releases out this week; audio & video included.

Eric & Magill, Night Strangers (Perfect From Now On)

Fight Or Flight, A Life By Design? (Warner Bros)

Filligar, Hexagon (Decade Records)

Fuck Buttons, Slow Focus (ATP)
The third album from UK electro two-piece.

The Garden, The Life and Times of a Paperclip (Burger Records)

Ghostface Killah, Twelve Reasons to Die: The Brown Tape (Soul Temple)
The remixed/alternate version of Twelve Reasons To Die, the collab between Ghostface and Adrian Younge.

Gogol Bordello, Pura Vida Conspiracy (ATO Records/Casa Gogol Records)

Selena Gomez, Stars Dance (Hollywood)

Grant Hart, The Argument (Domino)

Half Moon Run, Dark Eyes (Glassnote)

Hands Like Houses, Unimagine (Rise)
Hunx & His Punx, Street Punk (Hardly Art)

Ellie Herring, Kite Day (Racecar)

The Jim Jones Revue, The Savage Heart (Punk Rock Blues Records)

Leftover Cuties, The Spark & The Fire (Self-Release)
LA's jazzy pop noir quartet issues a sophomore full-length. Video for the single “One Heart” is set in a prohibition-era mansion, replete with a brassy jazz-pop orchestra, choreographed dance, and Israeli-bred chanteuse Shirli McAllen crooning over it all.

The Love Language, Ruby Red (Merge)

James Maddock, ‘Another Life (Jullian Records)

New Bomb Turks, Tapeworm Blues (Crypt Records)

Van Dyke Parks, Songs Cycled (Bella Union)

Phuture Doom, Nightfall EP (OWSLA)

Rapper Hooks, All Black Jesus (2DopeBoyz)

Jackson Scott, Melbourne (Fat Possum)

Secrets, Fragile Figures (Rise)

Nadine Shah, Love Your Dum and Mad (R&S/Apollo)

Soft Swells, Lifeboats EP (Modern Outsider)

Sombear, Love You In The Dark (Trans- Records)

Truth & Salvage Co., Pick Me Up (Megaforce)

Wallpaper., Ricky Reed is Real (Epic)

We Came As Romans, Tracing Back Roots (Equal Vision)

Weekend, Jinx (Slumberland)
Brooklyn-via-San Francisco shoe-gazey post-punk outfit Weekend recorded their sophomore album with Monte Vallier (The Soft Moon, Young Prisms, Wax Idols), and shed their lo-fi recording techniques for a higher fidelity and overall more polished sound. First single "Mirrors" below.

Paul White, Watch the Ants EP (One-Handed)

The Winery Dogs, The Winery Dogs (Loud & Proud)

Zorch, Zzoorrcchh (Sargent House)

July continues with more new jams in its fourth week. 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.

Aidan Knight, Small Reveal (Outside Music)

A. Tom Collins, Stick & Poke (Greater Than Collective)

Kyle Andrews, Brighter Than The Sun (Elephant Lady Records)

Marc Anthony, 3.0 (Sony)
The Latin pop star makes his much-anticipated return to his salsa roots, and almost decade after his last salsa outing, 2004's Valio la Pena.

Big French, Downtown Runnin (Wharf Cat Records)

Bombadil, Metrics of Affection (Ramseur Records)

Trevor Bretzer, Making Love EP (Mexican Summer)

The Cairo Gang, Tiny Rebels (Empty Cellar Records)

Circumambulation, True Widow (Relapse)

Coke Weed, Back to Soft (Self-Release)

Drug Church, Paul Walker (No Sleep)

Guy Clark, My Favorite Picture Of You (Dualtone)

Counterparts, Difference Between Hell & Home (Victory)

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (Community Music)
Zeros frontman and album producer Alex Ebert calls his ensemble's new self-titled full-length, their third, "the rawest, most liberated, most rambunctious stuff we've done." The effusive psyche rock band's latest is currently streaming in its entirely at First Listen. The band hits Jannus Live in St. Petersburg on Sept. 12. Check out the video for "Better Days" after the jump along with finding out about the rest of this week's new releases ...


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