Amazing Albums Still Waiting To Drop This January
    • MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 2015

    • Posted by: Jason Greenspan

    Though it's already past the mid-point of January, there are still plenty of fantastic albums to look forward to. From veteran artists to lesser-known bands, there's a ton of great music on the horizon. We've compiled a list of some of our favorites, so take notes and enjoy!

    Sleater-Kinney - No Cities To Love 1/20/15
    - The eighth studio album from the veteran rock trio, No Cities To Love stands as a fitting re-emergence from a nine year hiatus. Vocalist Carrie Brownstein says, "We sound possessed on these songs," and that sounds good to us.

    Menace Beach - Ratworld 1/19/15
    - Ryan Needham and Liza Violet host a plethora of talented artists including Matt Spalding of Hookworms. Ratworld is grungy, punky playtime with some added pop for good measure.

    Belle and Sebastian - Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance 1/20/15
    - The band's record label, Matador, proclaimed that B&S have "brought a dance-party element (and a disco song about Sylvia Plath) into their gorgeous tales of sensitive souls navigating a world gone awry." Beautifully said, and judging from the single, "The Party Line", also exceedingly true.

    The Decemberists - What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World 1/20/15
    - A mixture of personal contemplation and immediate reaction to troubling events, this aptly titled release is a strong addition to The Decemberists' catalogue of intelligent folk rock.

    Doomtree - All Hands 1/27/15
    - Doomtree re-unite their vocal assault squad for an aggressive lyrical showcase. In-your-face drums and crunchy synth lines underscore politically conscious and nerd-friendly rhymes in tracks like "Final Boss" and "Gray Duck".

    The Lone Bellow - Then Came The Morning 1/27/15
    We were awestruck when we filmed them busking in Washington Square Park. Then Came The Morning brings more of their signature sensitive harmonies and sweet, old-time country sound.

    Twerps - Range Anxiety 1/27/15
    If you didn't know they were Aussies, you might think that Twerps formed on the west coast. Range Anxiety brings us a brand new collection of sun-faded indie surf rock that's sure to please.

    Ty Segall - Live In San Francisco 1/26/15
    Segall released his EP Mr. Face on the 13th, and is following it up with a live album. The hyper-prolific garage rocker is known for his uniquely energetic live act, so this is a no-brainer.

    Punch Brothers - The Phosphorescent Blues 1/27/15
    Immensely talented and overflowing with back-country goodness, Punch Brothers are a bastion of bluegrass brilliance.

    Milo Greene - Control 1/23/15
    Milo Greene seriously increased the groove-factor for their upcoming release. Control is certain to make you move whether you're at the club or in your cubicle.

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