Tuesday, September 14, 2010

New Releases Out Today, 9/14

A few new efforts were released today!

A Lot Like You, the new EP from Jules Larson was released today. We've posted some of her videos here thanks to our friends at ResidentBand. Check it out, I dig her work.

Also out today is Fields, the release from Junip. Check it out using the handy widget below. New York, they will be at Irving Plaza on Wednesday, November 24. Nothing like a little good music to get you ready for giving thanks and stuffing yourself silly.

The Charlatans are celebrating their 20th anniversary with a new release Who We Touch. The record, their eleventh, was produced by Youth. Grab "Love Is Ending" below in the MP3 Grab.

Jump Back Jake unleashed a new EP, Call Me Your Man, today. Check it out below using the handy little widget.

<a href="http://jumpbackjake.bandcamp.com/album/call-me-your-man-ep">Call Me Your Man - EP by Jump Back Jake</a>

The debut solo album, Flamingo, from Killers frontman Brandon Flowers is also out today.

Brandon Flowers, best known as the frontman for The Killers, is releasing his debut solo album Flamingo today on Island Records. Produced by Stuart Price, Daniel Lanois, and Brendan O’Brien, Flamingo is a stunning 10-song collection from an artist whose brilliant showmanship and powerful vocals have made him such a recognizable and iconic artist. The record is a classic American rock album, full of extraordinary choruses, vast instrumentation and Flowers’ incredible voice, sounding richer and fiercer than ever before. Exuding all that dazzles and shines about his hometown of Las Vegas, Flamingo is packed full of sparkling, stadium-ready songs that you cannot help but sing along with.

Azure Ray released Drawing Down The Moon today as well.

It’s been six years since celebrated female duo Azure Ray released their critically acclaimed album Hold On Love. It’s been a long wait for music fans, but thankfully that wait is about to come to an end. The highly anticipated full length from Orenda Fink and Maria Taylor is a sublime future classic titled Drawing Down the Moon which hits TODAY via Saddle Creek. The duo has drawn fans from around the globe with their transcendent songwriting and stunning vocals and Drawing Down the Moon is an even more impressive and beguiling delight. Their undeniable talents lie in balladry so breathtakingly visceral that it soars straight through the ears into the veins until it pumps firmly into the heart. Azure Ray are famed for their bitter sweet melancholy and Drawing Down the Moon is a perfect ode to their harmonious musical gifts. Twelve flawless songs worth waiting every second of those six years for.

MP3 Grab: "Love Is Ending"