Check Out Reviews of Rock Plaza Central, Still Life Still, Westbound Train and More in New Release Tuesday
Published Jun 16, 2009It's almost officially summer! Isn't that exciting? But definitely not as exciting as New Release Tuesday, where here at Exclaim! we always have piles of new reviews of the latest releases. This week's list is a hefty one, so click here to take a look at our Recently Reviewed section and see what the Exclaim! writing staff have in store for you on this sunny Tuesday.
Be sure to check out reviews of the latest albums from Toronto rockers Still Life Still, Thee Oh Sees and the Wooden Birds, the latest project from ex-American Analog Set front-man Andrew Kelly. We also have commentary on recently released records by the soulful Westbound Train, Midwestern punk rockers North Lincoln and the solo record from Cheap Time front-man Jeffrey Novak, plus many more.
However, this New Release Tuesday update comes with one extra special recommendation, and for the week of June 16, it's the new album from Rock Plaza Central, who were featured in the recent June issue of Exclaim! The band borrows the theme of William Faulkner's 1932 novel Light in August for this latest record entitled - ready for it? - ...At The Moment Of Our First Needing, or If They Could Turn Around, They Would Know They Weren't Alone.
For a comprehensive list of new releases to check out now and watch out for in the coming weeks, visit our New and Forthcoming Release Dates.