New Music Tuesday

New this week from Black Veil Brides, Junior Boys, Ziggy Marley + more (audio, video)


Herbcraft, Ashrab To The Stars (Hello Sunshine)


In Legend, Ballads 'n' Bullets (SPV/Steamhammer)


Is Tropical, Native To (Kitsune' / Co-op / Downtown Records)


Junior Boys, It's All True (Domino Records)
The Canadian down-tempo electro outfit issues a X full-length. Listen to the first single, "Banana Ripple" below.


Junior Boys - Banana Ripple by DominoRecordCo


Sander Kleinenberg, 5K (This Is Recordings / INgrooves).
The Dutch producer finally releases his debut studio album


Life On Repeat, Struggle (Equal Vision Records)


Barry Manilow, 15 Minutes (Stiletto Entertainment)


Ziggy Marley, Wild and Free (Tuff Gong)


Matt the Electrician, Accidental Thief (self-release)
The artists presents his seventh self-released album. Check out the song "All I Know" below.



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Owl City, All Things Bright And Beautiful (Universal Republic)


Madeleine Peyroux, Standing On The Rooftop (Decca)


Radical Dads, Mega Rama (Uninhabitable Mansions)


Radio Dead Ones, AAA (SPV/Steamhammer)

The Revere, Ashia (Rock Ridge Music)


Scar of the Sun, A Series of Unfortunate Concurrencies (Scarlet Records)


Sebadoh, Bakesale Deluxe Edition Reissue (Sub Pop)


Smoke Fairies, Through Low Light And Trees (Year Seven)


The Swellers, Good for Me (Fueled By Ramen)


Thee Oh Sees, Castlemania (In The Red Records)


Boubacar Traore, Mali Denhou (Lusafrica)
The veteran bluesman from Mali, Africa issues his first new album six years


Matt "MV" Valentine, What I Became (Woodsist)

Matt "MV" Valentine: "PK Dick" by alteredzones


Vetiver, The Errant Charm (Sub Pop Records)











Laura Warshauer, The Pink Chariot Mixtape (Pink Chariot Music)


The Wonder Years, Suburbia, I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing (Hopeless Records)


Neil Young International Harvesters, A Treasure (Reprise)
A 12-track live album that includes five previously unreleased songs recorded during Young's 1984 and 1985 U.S. tours. Watch a classic performance of "Amber Jean" below.


It's another week of new music! Aren't those words you love to hear. Here's what's out this Tuesday, June 14. To check out releases for last week (June 7), click here; for releases over the past several weeks, click here.

13 & God, Own Your Ghost (Anticon)

Against Me!, Russian Spies/Occult Enemies 7" (Sabot Productions)

Black Veil Brides, Set the World on Fire (Republic)

The Book of Knots, Garden of Fainting Stars (Ipecac)

The Dear Hunter, The Color Spectrum (Triple Crown Records)
The band presents their much-anticipated collection of nine EPs of songs inspired by the color spectrum — red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet — and with white and black included as bookends.

Bosco Delrey, Everybody Wah (Mad Decent)

Elysian Fields, Last Night On Earth (Ojet/Diluvian)

Emily's Army, Don't Be a Dick (Adeline Records)

Ryan Garbes, Sweet Hassle (Hello Sunshine)

John Gold, A Flower in Your Head (Vagrant Records)

Gorilla Zoe, King Kong (eOne Music)
Check out the ATL rapper's single "Twisted ft. Lil Jon" after the jump along with the rest of this week's releases, more audio & video.

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