Published May 25, 2010After the long-weekend festivities, you might be feeling a bit out of touch. So pay a visit to the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed music section to help get back into the flow of things with this week's new releases.
Ottawa collective the Acorn have released No Ghost on iTunes today (May 25). The record follows up on the band's 2007 LP Glory Hope Mountain and exemplifies a merry disposition fused with collaborative writing and experimental sound.
Jeremy Jay also has a new effort out this week, with Splash marking the first of two albums the L.A. songwriter is releasing this year. Kraut-minded Ohio synth wizards Emeralds have dropped the highly Exclaim!-recommended Does It Look Like I'm Here?, a record that will no doubt have ambient-loving listeners in a state of bliss. And Tobacco, the solo project of Black Moth Super Rainbow front-man Tom Fec, has given us Maniac Meat, which also comes Exclaim!-recommended.
Finally, we also have reviews of the latest releases from hardcore trio Black Tusk, genre benders Rosetta and long-running Seattle songwriter Damien Jurado.
For all these reviews and more, head to the Recently Reviewed section. Plus, get a look at what's in the pipeline on our New and Forthcoming Release Dates page.