Published Feb 01, 2011Exclaim! is here to kick off the month of February with another new release roundup. Check out our Recently Reviewed section to help prep your playlists for this heart-filled/broken month.
First off, the youthful the Go! Team are back with their newest release of feel-good catchy tunes. Check out our review of their long-awaited and anticipated release, Rolling Blackouts, which "might be the catchiest moment in the band's career."
The recently reunited electronic experimentalists Seefeel have fulfilled Warp Record's co-founder Steve Beckett's plea for the band to make a new record. Check out our review of their comeback album and see why Beckett so desperately needed them to return.
The passionate and elegant Katie Moore has returned with her new album, Montebello. Check out our review to learn why this rural-hearted yet urban-spirited album is a real "work of substance." Lo-fi garage rockers, Sic Alps are back as well with their latest release, Napa Asylum. As we say in our review, "If your idea of fun is Sonic Youth with special guest Jonathan Richman playing half time at a Napa Valley tractor pull, Sic Alps are pleased to meet you."
Meanwhile, modern dream pop heroes the Radio Dept. have released Passive Aggressive: Singles 2002 — 2010, a two-disc collection of their classic tracks, B-sides and rarities from their expansive discography of three LPs, five EPs and ten singles. Lastly, we have the death metal brutality of Abysmal Dawn and their latest release, Leveling the Plane of Existence, which earned the Exclaim! Mark of Excellence.
Check out these reviews and more at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section, and don't forget to visit the New and Forthcoming Release Dates page for an update on what to look out for.