Published May 04, 2010Every Tuesday we bring you our convenient review round-up of the week's top releases, and this week is no different. So dig in and see what's up for grabs in Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section.
First and foremost, we have Broken Social Scene's new release, Forgiveness Rock Record. This is the first release from the band in five years and has won them the Exclaim! Mark of Excellence. We also have Together, the new album from the New Pornographers. As we say in our review, "The band sound as fresh and hungry as they did a decade ago."
Another Exclaim!-recommended pick comes from the Hold Steady, who have released their fifth record Heaven Is Whenever, while the almighty the Fall have dropped their Exclaim!-approved Domino debut, Your Future Our Clutter.
Also, Winnipeg's Boats have released a new one called Cannonballs Cannonballs, German producer DJ T. has stepped up for Fabric 51 and Josh Ritter has dropped his stellar So Runs the World Away.
Remember to keep up with the industry's New and Forthcoming Release Dates and click over to the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section to see which ones are worthy of a listen.