Monday, August 27, 2007

Albums Unleased!

Featured Album:
The Deadly Syndrome - The Ortolan
Are you tired of waiting for a new Wolf Parade album, or miss the endearing sounds of the first Arcade Fire EP? If you answered yes to any of the following, you're in luck. No, the new Wolf Parade album is a ways off still, and the Arcade Fire appear intent on maturing their sound. Instead, you might consider giving The Deadly Syndrome's debut album, the Ortolan (Dim Mak), a listen or ten. Despite the obvious Wolf Parade/Arcade Fire/any Montreal band ca. 2004 sound, the few songs I've heard are extremely catchy and well worth the listen. Curious? Head over to the bands MySpace page, or download their song "Eucalyptus ". The Ortolan hits stores on September 11.

August 28, 2007

Aceyalone - Lightning Strikes (Decon) CD/LP
Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass (Definitive Jux) CD/LP
Angels of Light - We Are Him (Young God)
Howling Hex - XI (Drag City)
Ladytron - Witching Hour (Bonus Tracks)
Liars - Liars (Mute) CD/LP
Madlib - Beat Konducta Vol 3 & 4 (Stones Throw) CD
Mercury Rev - Yourself is Steam/Lego My Ego (Mint UK)
Modern Lovers - Modern Lovers (Reissue) (Castle Us)
New Buffalo - Somewhere, Anywhere (Arts & Crafts)
No Age - Weirdo Rippers (Fat Cat) CD

Northern State - Can I HKeep This Pen (Ipecac)
Swayzak - Some Other Country (K7)
Transistor Radio - Legacy Between (Syntax)
VHS or Beta - Bring on the Comets (Astralwerks)

Read the whole list here.

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