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New Music - September 8, 2017

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So much good music is coming out all the time! Here are some of our favorites that just came out today, and you can listen to all of these RIGHT NOW with hoopla. Learn more here. Click on any album title to go right to the page where you can start listening. Happy Friday!

  • Tori Amos: Native Invader (Contemporary Singer/Songwriter)
    Conjuring the powers of nature, Tori Amos tackles political and relationship drama on this vital 15th LP.- Neil Z. Yeung
  • Death from Above 1979: Outrage! Is Now (Indie Rock)
    The bass-drums duo return with another window-rattling hard rock album, full of energy and great songs. - Tim Sendra
  • Jack Johnson: All the Light Above It Too (Adult Alternative Pop/Rock)
    A deliberately light and quirky collection of barely dressed song sketches. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
  • Alvvays: Antisocialites (Alternative/Indie Rock)
    The band's second album is more confident and more sonically impressive, leading to another brilliant indie pop insta-classic. - Tim Sendra
  • Gregg Allman: Southern Blood (Album Rock)
    This final recording is as intimate, mysterious, and complex as the man himself. These ten songs offer an enduring, inimitable portrait of the artist. - Thom Jurek
  • Kip Moore: Slowheart (Contemporary Country)
    Kip Moore comes into his own on his big-sounding, big-hearted third album. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
  • Mike Stern: Trip (Guitar Jazz)
    The groundbreaking guitarist fights back from a potentially career-ending accident to deliver one of his finest and most diverse albums. - Thom Jurek
  • Jolie Holland and Samantha Parton: Wildflower Blues (Alternative/Indie Rock)
    Founding members of Canadian alt-folk/bluegrass group the Be Good Tanyas share an easy rapport on their debut collaboration. - James Christopher Monger
  • Jonny Lang: Signs (Blues-Rock)
    An openhearted collection of raging blues-rock and retro-soul that pleads for inclusion. - Stephen Thomas Erlewine

All reviews are from AllMusic.com

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