New music is now released every Friday. Here are the top albums that hit the street on July 17, 2015, that you can listen to right now (through our relationship with hoopla) as reviewed by AllMusic.com. :
Angels And Alcohol by Alan Jackson
Contemporary Country. A satisfyingly familiar collection of straight-ahead country from the old pro.
Born In The Echoes (Deluxe Edition) by The Chemical Brothers
Big Beat. Offering a winning mix of old and new, the big beat duo prove they can thrive in the age of EDM with this comeback LP.
Recreational Love by The Bird And The Bee
Alternative/Indie Rock. Witty, effervescent, and slyly sophisticated indie pop that trades in new wave but never succumbs to nostalgia.
White Reaper Does It Again by White Reaper
Garage Punk. On its debut album, the Kentucky garage punk band has hooks to spare, energy to burn, and a batch of knockout songs.
The Warner Bros. Years 1971-1977 by America
Contemporary Pop/Rock. A practical, no-frills clamshell box set celebrating the soft rock/folk-pop hitmakers' '70s heyday.
Hover by Fine Points
Indie Rock. Pastoral West Coast guitar pop with psych and shoegaze elements from members of Sleepy Sun.
Into The Deep (Deluxe Edition) by Galactic
Funk. Once again, Galactic deliver a NOLA that's as vibrant and forward-thinking as it is steeped in second-line tradition.
Father's Day by Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters
Modern Electric Blues. Veteran blues guitarist shows off his philosophical bent while proving his trademark mix of blues and jazz is as strong as ever.
Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful by Flo Morrissey
Alternative Singer/Songwriter. This debut is an atmospheric and earnest re-creation of the hazy trip of freak folk.