Published Jan 19, 2010New Release Tuesday has arrived, so instead of listening to the same old tunes, head on over to Exclaim!'s Recently Reviewed section for some new harmonious findings.
This week we have Norwegian space disco duo Lindstrøm & Christabelle with their Exclaim!-recommend concoction, Real Life Is No Cool, which, according to our reviewer, "is by far the most widely accessible full-length [Lindstrøm]'s ever produced." Also reviewed is Spoon's much-anticipated seventh album, Transference, a record that has earned Exclaim!'s coveted Mark of Excellence as well.
Along with those gems, we have The Colossus from millennial hip-hop innovator RJD2, as well as Hawksley Workman's Meat, which takes on a stripped-down, garage rock-inspired sound rather than his typical glossy production.
Also out today is the Eels' most recent release End Times, along with Surfer Blood's debut album, Astrocoast, and album recorded in a dorm bedroom at the University of Florida.
Finally, be sure to check out reviews of releases by Leif Vollebekk, Six Feet Under and Bouncing Souls.
For all these reviews and more, remember to visit the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section or check back next Tuesday.