Published Sep 01, 2009It's Tuesday again, and that means it's time to cash in your chips and find out what you can grab from Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section.
First up, Exclaim! recommends you take a look at the solo debut from Age of Electric/Limblifter alumnus Ryan Dahle, Irrational Anthems, which looks to showcase Dahle's present without dwelling on his "Ugly" past.
This week also marks the landing of the appropriately titled instrumental follow-up to the Amon Tobin/Joe "Doubleclick" Chapman project Two Fingers, and the latest from UK post-punk band Section 25, who offer up the first iteration of the group without long-time vocalist Jenny Cassidy.
New Mexico folk duo A Hawk and a Hacksaw deliver something for those in love with the sounds of the Old World on their fourth album, while UK pop rocker Jack Peňate brings out a soulfulness on his sophomore release Everything is New.
Finally, a collection of oddities and rarities from alternative country rock band Drive-By Truckers showcases some hidden gems and covers, Toronto ambient metalgazers Nadja serve up a re-mastered release of their debut demo and Norwegian duo Susanna and the Magical Orchestra get spaced-out on their third full-length, 3.
Go to Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section for more album reviews. On your way there, why not take a peek at some New and Forthcoming Release Dates to find out what you can look forward to.