Wednesday, January 1, 2020

New Music Monthly: January 2020 releases

Howdy and Happy New Year to y'all! The holidays have passed, a new year has dawned, and the record labels will launch another season of trying to separate we music lovers from our hard-earned coin. January doesn't offer a lot of new releases, but it's quality over quantity with new albums from folks like blues-rock guitarist Tinsley Ellis, punk-rock legends Anti-Flag, Southern rockers the Drive-By Truckers, British art-rockers Wire, and the enigmatic ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, among others. Plus long-awaited reissues from Marshall Crenshaw and Paul Kelly. Enjoy!

Release dates are subject to change and nobody tells me when they do. If you’re interesting in buying an album, just hit the ‘Buy!’ link to get it from’s just that damn easy! Your purchase puts valuable ‘store credit’ in the Reverend’s pocket that he’ll use to buy more music to write about in a never-ending loop of rock ‘n’ roll ecstasy!

Paul Kelly's Songs From the South 1985-2019

Paul Kelly - Songs From the South 1985-2019   BUY!

...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead's X: The Godless Void And Other Stories


...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - X: The Godless Void And Other Stories   BUY!
Anti-Flag - 20/20 Vision   BUY!
Marshall Crenshaw - Miracle of Science   BUY!
Holy Fuck - Deleter   BUY!
Of Montreal - UR FUN   BUY!

Wolf Parade's Thin Mind

Black Lips - Sing In A World That's Falling Apart   BUY!
Breaking Benjamin - Aurora   BUY!
Wire - Mind Hive   BUY!
Wolf Parade - Thin Mind   BUY!

Tinsley Ellis's Ice Cream In Hell

Destroyer - Have We Met   BUY!
Drive-By Truckers - The Unraveling   BUY!
Tinsley Ellis - Ice Cream In Hell   BUY!
Squarepusher - Be Up A Hello   BUY!
Theory of A Deadman - Say Nothing   BUY!
Ben Watt - Storm Damage   BUY!

Marshall Crenshaw's Miracle of Science

Album of the Month: Marshall Crenshaw's Miracle of Science is the first in a string of long-overdue reissues of the power-pop genius's 1990s-era Razor & Tie label releases. Miracle of Science, originally released in 1996, marks a return to Crenshaw's earliest albums with the artist providing most of the instrumentation on an underrated selection of original tunes and a few choice covers. If you missed this one the first time around, here's another chance to get Crenshaw's Miracle of Science on either CD or vinyl...

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