Published Apr 12, 2011It's new release Tuesday, which means we have tons of reviews of the latest releases for you to check out. Here are just a few of the write-ups included in the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section.
First off, Thursday are back on track with No Devolución, their latest release via Epitaph, which should cause a collective sigh (or maybe a scream) of relief amongst longtime fans. Also back with a new release are Canadian hip-hop veterans Swollen Members, who have delivered Dagger Mouth, their first full-length studio effort since 2009's Armed to the Teeth.
Next, OG indie pop rockers the Feelies have broken a 20-year hiatus to grace your earbuds with their reunion record, Here Before, while Crystal Stilts have emerged as a full-on psychedelic rock band on new album In Love with Oblivion. Meanwhile, Sean O'Hagan has returned as part of the High Llamas for Talahomi Way, the project's new record on Drag City.
The Parisian duo known as Jamaica -- one of France's intriguing electronic exports -- have also unveiled a new record, No Problem, this week. And beloved North Carolina metalheads Between the Buried and Me have unloaded a hardcore dose of sonic experimentation with The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues, their first full-length since 2009's The Great Misdirect.
Lastly, Minneapolis, MN hip-hop unit Atmosphere are back with their sixth record to date, entitled The Family Sign, which pairs MC Slug's empathetic raps with producer Ant's beats.
Check out these reviews and more at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section, and visit the New and Forthcoming Release Dates page to see what's coming up in the near future.