Published Sep 28, 2010It's Tuesday, and that means there's a pile of new albums up for grabs. So head on over to our Recently Reviewed section to see what's in store.
First up, we have the newest from Bedouin Soundclash, Light the Horizon, an album full of catchy radio gems, as well as a stripped-down raw number with Quebec artist Coeur de Pirate. Next up, indie vets Three Mile Pilot pick up right where they left off 11 years ago with their latest, The Inevitable Past is the Future Forgotten, which has a sharper, yet glossier appeal.
Lo-fi pop heroes No Age expand on their interest of experimental pop music while still being conscious of their punk-style roots with their newest album, Everything In Between. Ben Folds and Nick Hornby come together directly for the first time to create Lonely Avenue. And bedroom producer Twin Shadow has released his album Forget.
Also there's the latest from Calgary's Women, who have given us the stellar, Exclaim!-recommended Public Strain. Listen to it, then listen again, and see what treasures you find. (Yep, it's a grower, guys.)
Spearheading the "witch house" movement, Salem have finally come out with their debut album King Night, in which the band have focused on real writing to match their ghostly beats. And finally, Bad Religion are maintaining their SoCal punk ways with their new album, The Dissent of Man.
Read these reviews and keep up with our list of New and Forthcoming Release Dates. You can find the full reviews and more at the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed music section.