Check Out Reviews of Jay Reatard, Mount Eerie, Squarepusher and More in New Release Tuesday
Published Aug 18, 2009It's Tuesday, and that means it's time to break open the piggy bank once again for this week's new releases. Click here to visit our Recently Reviewed section to find out which album best suits your current listening needs.
First off, we recommend you check out the full-length Matador debut from Memphis garage genius Jay Reatard, Watch Me Fall, which stands as his poppiest record to date. In contrast, we also recommend you take a gander at the new album from Cable because they've definitely got some interesting metal experiment in the works, as well as no 2 by the mysterious Sincerely Yours signee JJ.
On the latest effort from Squarepusher - this time a solo bass album - Tom Jenkinson pushes for a more jazzy tone than he's known for, while Phil Elverum's Mount Eerie looks at the theme of "black metal" on his first proper full-length in four years.
We also have write-ups on the debut from Greymachine, a supergroup helmed by Jesu principal Justin K. Broadrick, and the reissue of the Antlers' self-released album Hospice.
Finally, there's the latest releases from the otherworldly Six Organs of Admittance and Norwegian dance-punks Datarock.
Still got an inch you can't scratch? Check out the Exclaim! Recently Reviewed section for more new album reviews, or pop over to our New and Forthcoming Release Dates for a preview of things to come.