New Music Tuesday (June 21)

New this week from Bon Iver, Viva Voce, LMFAO, and more (audio)

Cliffie Swan, Memories Come True (Drag City)
The new release from the Brooklyn indie outfit formerly known as Lights.

Danko Jones, Below the Belt (Bad Taste)

Liam Finn, FOMO (Yep Roc Records)
Check out a few tracks fro the album below.

Gomez, Whatevers on Your Mind (ATO)

In Flames, Sounds of a Playground Fading (Century Media)

I Set My Friends on Fire, Astral Rejection (Epitaph)

The Japanese Popstars, Controlling Your Allegiance (Astralwerks)

LMFAO, Sorry for Party Rocking (Interscope Records)

OK Go, 180/365 (Paracadute)
A live collection culled from 180 live performances in 2010 and re-mixed and condensed into 15 tracks.

Matt Nathanson, Modern Love (Vanguard)

Pitbull, Planet Pit (J-Records)

Places and Numbers, Travels (Equal Vision Records)

Reform the Resistance, The Truth is Dangerous (Wuli Records)

Jill Scott, The Light of the Sun (Blues Babe / Warner Bros.)

Sick Puppies, Sick Puppies Live At the House Of Blues Cleveland (RMR/Virgin Records)
A seven-track live EP recorded during their Cleveland, Ohio stop in late 2010; available exclusively via iTunes.

Simple Plan, Get Your Heart On! (Atlantic)
The pop-punk quintet returns with an album that features guest vocals by Rivers Cuomo (Weezer), British songstress Natasha Bedingfield, Alex Gaskarth (All Time Low) and Canadian rapper K'Naan.

Viva Voce, The Future Will Destroy You (Vanguard Records)
The Portland indie rock duo issues their sixth studio album. Listen to three tracks fro it below.

The Future Will Destroy You by Viva Voce

White Hills, H-p1 (Thrill Jockey)

Weird Al Yankovic, Alpocalypse (Volcano)
The parody artist presents his first studio LP in nearly five years with spoofs of songs by Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, and more.

Yacht, Shangri-La (DFA Records)

Better late than never ... new music out this week. Lots of it. Delayed by plague but brought to you from the recovery bed.

1,2,3, New Heaven (Frenchkiss Records)
The debut from the Pittsburgh-based world-fused indie rock band 1,2,3. Check out the video for "Work" below.

Dave Alvin, Eleven Eleven (Yep Roc)

Atari Teenage Riot, Is This Hyperreal? (Dim Mak Records)

August Burns Red, Leveler (Solid State)

The Black Dahlia Murder, Ritual (Metal Blade)

Bon Iver, Bon Iver (Jagajaguwar)
Justin Vernon presents the long awaited follow-up to his 2008 debut, For Emma, Forever Ago. After the jump, watch the video for "Calgary," directed by Andre Durand and Dan Huiting, produced by Daniel Cummings, and filmed in Fall Creek, Wisconsin this past April.

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