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19 Albums I Definitely Want to Hear in 2019 (& 500 More That I Might)

Tinnitist's most anticipated releases of 2019.

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If one of your resolutions is to listen to more music in 2019, you’re in luck: There’s no shortage of stuff coming down the pipe. After sifting through umpteen data bases, release sheets and emails, I compiled this ridiculously long list of upcoming rock and pop releases. There are more than 500, near as I can tell. And I only went up to May. So you better free up some space on your calendar. But first, you can check out the 19 albums I’m looking forward to in the coming months. Your mileage, as always, may vary.

FIRST & FOREMOST

• The 1975 | Notes on a Conditional Form
Frontman Matt Healy reportedly says the band will follow up their acclaimed 2018 winner A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships with the May release of this fourth full-length. Then again, he once said these two albums were going to be titled Music For Cars and Drive Like I Do, so clearly he isn’t carving anything in stone just yet.

• Bruce Springsteen | TBA
Some people might take a break after doing Broadway for more than a year. Not Springsteen. Before his one-man show even wrapped, The Boss announced his next album, which is apparently in the can — and also a solitary production. “For lack of a better word, it’s a singer-songwriter album — more of a solo record,” he has said. Fair enough.

• Flesh Eaters | I Used to Be Pretty
Comebacks usually disappoint. And supergroups seldom live up to the name. But I suspect the reunion of this classic L.A. punk outfit fronted by Chris D — augmented by various Blasters, X and Los Lobos members including guitarist Dave Alvin, bassist John Doe, drummer Bill Bateman, sax player Steve Berlin and percussionist D. J. Bonebrake — just might be the exception that proves the rule.

• Juliana Hatfield | Weird
As if her last album — a set of Olivia Newton-John covers — wasn’t weird enough already, the underappreciated singer-guitarist’s latest release is apparently “an album about the contentment of being inside an apartment and living inside a very small radius.” Then again, wanting to hole up and block out the world as we know doesn’t really sound that weird to me.

• Joe Jackson | Fool
Like countless artists before him, singer-pianist Jackson makes albums and then tours behind them — only to end up wishing he could have recorded his songs after playing them live for months instead of before. So this time, for the 20th album of his 40-year career, he did just that. So who’s the fool now?

• The Specials | Encore
The British 2-Tone kings aren’t just releasing their first disc of new music in more than two decades. They’re also reuniting with original vocalist Terry Hall, plus founding members Lynval Golding and Horace Panter. So fingers crossed this turns out to be as, um, special as it ought to be.

• Cass McCombs | Tip of the Sphere
Singer-songwriter McCombs is one of those guys who should about a billion times more popular and successful than he is. I have no idea why he’s still a cult figure — and in all honestly, he’s been at it so long that I doubt his latest album will do much to change that. Still, as long as he’s writing songs, I’ll listen to them.

• Mercury Rev | Bobbie Gentry’s The Delta Sweete Revisited
Gentry’s 1968 Delta Sweete was an oddball concept album about Southern life, complete with spoken-word segments and blues covers. And the Buffalo noise-pop vets are remaking it with an all-star guest list including Norah Jones, Hope Sandoval, Lucinda Williams, Margo Price, Beth Orton, Laetitia Sadier and many more. This should be interesting.

• Bob Mould | Sunshine Rock
Seems like someone’s in a good mood these days. And no wonder: The former Hüsker Dü and Sugar singer-guitarist says his current mindset behind his latest album — “Trying to keep things brighter these days as a way to stay alive,” is how he puts it — was partly inspired by his decision to move to Berlin a few years back. Well, I guess it beats making a sequel to Black Sheets of Rain.

• Sleaford Mods | Eton Alive
I’m just going to let acerbic frontman Jason Williamson tell you about the fifth album from his garage-rock duo: “Eton Alive speaks for itself really. Here we are once again in the middle of another elitist plan being digested slowly as we wait to be turned into faeces once more. Some already are, some are dead and the rest of us erode in the belly of prehistoric ideology which depending on our abilities and willingness, assigns to each of us varying levels of comfort that range from horrible to reasonably acceptable, based on contribution.” Thanks!

• Gang of Four | Happy Now
Much like fellow noisemaker Bob Mould, it seems these British veterans’ smiles might be a tad forced these days. Take it from leader Andy Gill: “When we were younger we thought things would gradually get better: the world would be less sexist, less racist, progress would be made and now we know that history isn’t linear; it’s very capable of U-turns.” Thankfully, it’s also capable of inspiring some great music. So that’s something.

• Weezer | Weezer (The Black Album)
Rivers Cuomo says the band’s dozenth disc will apparently “feel like an urban environment, night-time and gritty and hopefully a lot more modern sounds, synthesized sounds, samples maybe. I like to break away from the distorted power-chord thing but it’s hard ‘cos it works so well.” Either way, they’ll always have SNL.

• Flaming Lips | King’s Mouth
Wayne Coyne says the Oklahoma outfit’s 15th studio album will feature Mick Jones from The Clash, who will, um, provide narration “on almost every song.” Whatever the hell that means. Thankfully, Coyne and co. almost always manage to get away with crazy shit like this, so I have no reason to suspect this time will be any different.

• Meat Puppets | Dusty Notes
Yep, it’s another comeback: The original Meat Puppets lineup — brothers Curt and Cris Kirkwood buried the hatched with drummer Derrick Bostrum to make their first new album together in nearly 25 years. Presumably it will dust off the druggy, desert-rat sound that made the alt-rockers a favourite of Kurt Cobain.

• Vampire Weekend | TBA
Based on one online posting by some rando who apparently heard some songs from the New York indie-rockers’ long-awaited fourth album, the followup to Modern Vampires in the City is somehow “a more spacey and empty sounding record” featuring “a slick almost sexy taste of 70s funk licks.” If you say so, dude.

• The Hold Steady | TBA
It’s been almost five years since Teeth Dreams, the last album from singer-songwriter Craig Finn and his crew of bar-band guitar-rockers. That’s longer than they’ve ever made us wait before. But hey, good things take time. And Finn’s dark, literate and ultimately uplifting anthems are always well worth the wait.

• Sleater-Kinney | TBA
Speaking of worth the wait: About a year ago, Carrie Brownstein said she hoped the reunited punk trio’s followup to the monumental comeback disc No Cities To Love would be out early in 2019. She seems like a woman of her word, so that’s good enough for me.

• Royal Trux | TBA
The self-destructive scuzz-rock duo of Neil Hagerty and Jennifer Herrema made a decent impression when they returned after 17 years with 2017’s live album Platinum Tips + Ice Cream. Now let’s see if they can take that reboot into the recording studio. Assuming their pets approved of the recordings.

• Jenny Lewis | On the Line
For her followup to her 2014 solo album The Voyager, the former Rilo Kiley frontwoman has apparently ditched the rainbow suit — and recruited Beck, Ryan Adams, Ringo Starr, Heartbreakers keyboardist Benmont Tench, bassist Don Was and drummer Jim Keltner. Adams has already compared the results to Blonde on Blonde. Except, you know, with Ringo.

COMING SOON

January 4
• Alone in the Woods | Alone in the Woods
• Avenger | The Slaughter Never Stops
• Balsam Range | Aeonic
• Beaten to Death | Agronomicon
• Black Bayou Brass | Scenes from the Bayou
• Mark Deutrom | The Blue Bird
• Anton Dressler | Livemovement
• Festerday | IIhtallen
• John Garcia | John Garcia and the Band of
• Ed Harcourt | Beyond the End
• Legion of the Damned | Slaves of the Shadow Realm
• Old Sea Brigade | Ode To a Friend
• Erik Wøllo | Infinite Moments

January 11
• A Swarm of the Sun | The Woods
• Afterlife | Breaking Point
• Angelic Milk | Divine Biker Love
• At the Gates | A Mirror Black
• Althea | The Art of Trees
• Born of Osiris | The Simulation
• Bysts | Dreamland EP
• CV313 | Glass City Sessions
• Angelo De Augustine | Tomb
• Tommy Emmanuel & John Knowles | Heart Songs
• Randy Houser | Magnolia
• Jack & Jack | A Good Friend Is Nice
• Jazzlab Orchestra | Quintessence
• Renee Landry | Like a Boss EP
• C.J. McKnight | Stinker Lets Loose
• Nailed to Obscurity | Black Frost
• Aaron Neville | 75th Birthday Celebration Live at the Brooklyn Bowl
• Radar State | Strays
• Red Rum Club | Matador
• Eric Schenkman | Who Shot John?
• Snow Palms | Everything Ascending
• Soilwork | Verkligheten
• Spillage | Blood of Angels
• Taking Back Sunday | Twenty
• Tallies | Tallies
• Violblast | Theater of Despair

January 18
• All Hail the Silence | Daggers
• Altitudes & Attitude | Get It Out
• A Pale Horse Named Death | When the World Becomes Undone
• Arch Enemy | Covered in Blood
• Astrophobos | Malice of Antiquity
• Count Basie | The Classic Roulette Collection 1958-1959
• Bexley | Lost in the Moment
• Blockhead | Free Sweatpants
• Liz Brasher | Painted Image
• Bright Light Bright Light | Make Me Believe In Hope (Deluxe Edition)
• Buke and Gase | Scholars
• Cane Hill | Kill the Sun
• Carolina Blue | I Hear Bluegrass Calling Me
• Carrion Mother | Nothing Remains
• Chordettes | The Chordettes Collection 1951-62
• Frances Cone | Late Riser
• Crane Like the Bird | Crane Like the Bird
• Dead C | Rare Ravers
• Jimmy Dean | The Complete Mercury & Columbia Singles As & Bs 1955-62
• Deerhunter | Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?
• Dodie | Human EP
• Dust Bolt | Trapped in Chaos
• Frankley Everlong | Till the Dance Do Us Part
• Fawns of Love | Permanent
• FEVER 333 | Strength In Numb333rs
• Flesh Eaters | I Used to Be Pretty
• Flotsam & Jetsam | The End of Chaos
• Fun Lovin’ Criminals | Another Mimosa
• Go Dark | Neon Young
• Gloryful | Cult of Sedna
• Steve Gunn | The Unseen In Between
• Guster | Look Alive
• Juliana Hatfield | Weird
• Hold Close | Time
• Joe Jackson | Fool
• Cody Johnson | Ain’t Nothin’ To It
• Juilliard String Quartet | The Complete RCA Recordings 1957-60
• KIDZ BOP Kids | KIDZ BOP 39
• Kay Kyser | The Kay Kyser Hits Collection 1935-48
• Lahmia | Resilience
• Palmer T. Lee | Winebringer
• Lemuria | The Hysterical Hunt
• Lost Under Heaven | Love Hates What You Become
• Julian Lynch | Rat’s Spit
• Magnum | Live at the Symphony Hall
• Malevolent Creation | The 13th Beast
• Malum Sky | Diatribe
• Steve Mason | About the Light
• Alice Merton | Mint
• Metal Inquisitor | Panopticon
• Robert Miller’s Project Grand Slam | Greetings From Serbia
• Ronnie Milsap | The Duets
• Night Beasts | Myth of a Man
• Oomph! | Ritual
• Papa Roach | Who Do You Trust?
• Pedro The Lion | Phoenix
• Pi Ja Ma | Nice to Meet You
• Mike Posner | A Real Good Kid
• Psychotic Youth | 21
• Puppy | The Goat
• Ma Rainey | The Definitive Collection 1924-28
• Rat Boy | Internationally Unknown
• Maggie Rogers | Heard It In a Past Life
• Steel Woods | Old News
• Switchfoot | Native Tongue
• Thunder | Please Remain Seated
• Toro Y Moi | Outer Peace
• Trollfest | Norwegian Fairytales
• Twilight Sad | It Won’t Be Like This All the Time
• McCoy Tyner | The Impulse Albums Collection
• Hikaru Utada | Face My Fears
• Sharon Van Etten | Remind Me Tomorrow
• Frankie Vaughan | The Frankie Vaughan US & UK Singles Collection 1950-62
• Vegabonds | V
• Joey Walker | Supersoft
• Wrath of Echoes | Progeny of the Fallen One
• Wristmeetrazor | Misery Never Forgets
• Ed Wynne | Shimmer Into Nature

January 25
• Aggression | Feels Like Punk, Sounds Like Thrash
• Altarage | The Approaching Roar
• Ancient Bards | Origine: The Black Crystal Sword Saga, Pt. 2
• Arkdown | The Calling
• Andrew Austin | Starts & Fits
• A Secret Revealed Sacrifices
• Backstreet Boys | DNA
• Balthazar | Fever
• The Beat Feat. Ranking Roger | Public Confidential
• Big Star | Live on WLIR
• Blackstone Co. | Betrayed
• Breathe Atlantis | Soulmade
• Bring Me the Horizon | amo
• Burly | Self-Titled Demon EP
• Ivan Conti | Poison Fruit
• Cyanide Sundae | Blinded Generation
• Dandy Warhols | Why You So Crazy
• Eerie Wanda | Pet Town
• 1865 | Don’t Tread on We!
• Evergrey | The Atlantic
• Fedez | Paranoia Airlines
• FIDLAR | Almost Free
• Ina Forsman | Been Meaning to Tell You
• Michael Franti & Spearhead | Stay Human Vol. II
• Mindy Gledhill | Rabbit Hole
• Green River | Rehab Doll, Dry as a Bone Deluxe
• Heart | Live in Atlantic City DVD
• Hecate Enthroned | Embrace of the Godless Aeon
• Toby Hitchcock | Reckoning
• Trevor Horn | Trevor Horn Reimagines the Eighties
• House of Krazees | The Post Apocalyptic Word
• The Ides of March | Friendly Strangers: The Warner Bros. Recordings
• Inglorious | Ride to Nowhere
• Jack & Jack | A Good Friend Is Nice
• Jetboy | Born to Fly
• Josin | In the Blank Space
• Julia Kent | Temporal
• Keuning | Prismism
• Kid Koala | Music To Draw To: Io
• King Diamond | Songs for the Dead Live
• KISS | KISSWORLD: The Best of KISS
• Mike Krol | Power Chords
• Light Vibes | Past/Present
• Lip Talk | Days
• Joe Lovano | Trio Tapestry
• Lowtec | Light Surfing
• Malamorte | Hell for All
• Manhattan Transfer | The Very Best of The Manhattan Transfer
• Massive Attack | Mezzanine Deluxe Edition
• Leyla McCalla | The Capitalist Blues
• Addie McDaniel | After the News
• Mind Whispers | Serpentarius
• Mono | Nowhere Now Here
• Neal Morse Band | The Great Adventure
• Nightmares on Wax | Back to Mine
• Lee Harvey Osmond | Mohawk
• Paris_Monster | Lamplight
• Henry Paul Band | The Complete Atlantic Recordings
• Piqsiq | Altering the Timeline
• Puppy | The Goat
• Rival Sons | Feral Roots
• Kane Roberts | The New Normal
• Royal Canoe | Waver
• Rudimental | Toast to Our Differences
• Hunt Sales Memorial | Get Your Shit Together
• Say Anything | Oliver Appropriate
• Sneaks | Highway Hypnosis
• Starbreaker | Dysphoroa
• Mark Stewart and The Maffia | Learning To Cope With Cowardice / The Lost Tapes
• Swervedriver | Future Ruins
• Toy | Happy in the Hollow
• Meghan Trainor | Treat Myself
• Walter Trout | Survivor Blues
• Twig Pigeon | Beyonds
• William Tyler | Goes West
• Vangelis | Nocturne (The Piano Album)
• Various Artists | 2019 GRAMMY® Nominees
• Viana | Forever Free
• Wake the Nations | Heartrock
• Watermelon Slim | Church of the Blues
• Amelia White | Rhythm of the Rain
• Dee White | Southern Gentleman
• White Fence | I Have to Feed Larry’s Hawk
• Paul Young | The CBS Singles Collection 1982-1994

February 1
• Altameda | Time Hasn’t Changed You
• American Authors | Seasons
• Avantasia | Moonglow
• Masaki Batoh | Nowhere
• Beirut | Gallipoli
• Big Wild | Superdream
• Boy Harsher | Careful
• Bright Light Social Hour | Jude, Vol. 1
• Broods | Don’t Feed the Pop Monster
• Harriet Brown | Mall of Fortune
• Ian Brown | Ripples
• Business of Dreams | Ripe for Anarchy
• Le Butcherettes | bi/MENTAL
• Canine | Dune
• Tommy Castro & the Painkillers | Killin’ It Live
• Cherry Glazerr | Stuffed & Ready
• Chontaraz | Speed the Bullet
• Phil Collins | Serious Hits … Live!
• Patrick Damphier | Say I’m Pretty
• Deep State | The Path to Fast Oblivion
• Deer Tick | Mayonnaise
• Dieklute | Planet Fear
• Entrepreneurs | Noise & Romance
• Fredo | Third Avenue
• Girlpool | What Chaos Is Imaginary
• GOT7 | I Won’t Let You Go
• Dave Harrington Group | Pure Imagination, No Country
• Highasakite | Uranium Heart
• Honey Lung | Memory
• Jealous of the Birds | Wisdom Teeth
• Amanda Joy & The Diamond Street Players | Million Miles
• Emily King | Scenery
• Abigal Lapell | Getaway
• Lonely Heartstring Band | Smoke & Ashes
• Maurice Louca | Elephantine
• Calva Louise | Rhinoceros
• The Moth & The Flame | Ruthless
• Major Murphy | Lafayette
• Nina Nesbitt | The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change
• Only Yours | Overrun
• Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers | The Best of Everything- The Definitive Career Spanning Hits Collection (1976-2016)
• P.O.S. | Never Better
• Quantum Pig | Songs of Industry and Sunshine
• Linda Ronstadt | Live in Hollywood
• Rustin Man | Drift Code
• Set It Off | Midnight
• Finlay Shakespeare | Domestic Economy
• A. Sinclair | Catpaws
• JR Slayer | You Found Me
• Wadada Leo Smith | Rosa Parks: Pure Love
• Soen | Lotus
• Sonic Dawn | Eclipse
• The Specials | Encore
• Spielbergs | This Is Not The End
• Telescopes | Exploding Head Syndrome
• These New Puritans | Into the Fire
• Thetan | Abysmal
• Ward Thomas | Restless Minds
• Those Pretty Wrongs | Day at the Park
• Tiny Ruins | Olympic Girls
• Van Duren | Waiting: The Van Duren Story
• White Lies | Five
• Within Temptation | Resist
• Worthless | Cave

February 8
• And the Kids | When This Life Is Over
• Charlotte Adigery | Zandoli EP
• Beast in Black | From Hell With Love
• Bloodest Saxophone | Texas Queens 5
• Michael Bolton | A Symphony of
• C.J. Boyd | Kin Ships
• Analea Brown | Queendom
• Clarence Gatemouth Brown | Live From Austin, TX
• Dave Brubeck | Seven Classic Albums
• Busted | Half Way There
• Alex Chilton | Memphis to New Orleans
• Albert Collins | Live From Austin, TX
• Devour the Fetus | Traumatic Birth Delight
• John Diva & the Rockets of Love | Mama Said Rock Is Dead
• Ed Drewett | Ten
• Electrocution | Psychonolatry
• Lara Fabian | Papillon
• Charlie Faye & The Fayettes | The Whole Shebang
• Front Line Assembly | Wake Up the Coma
• Eric Gales | The Bookends
• Howe Gelb | Gathered
• Get a Life | Our Band Could Be Your Life
• Ghost Next Door | A Feast for the Sixth Sense
• Hauschka | A Different Forest
• Health | Vol. 4: Slaves of Fear
• Host Bodies | Diamond Fruit EP
• Implements of Hell | Sea of Necrophenomena
• International Teachers of Pop | International Teachers of Pop
• Toby Knapp | Blizzard Archer
• Grace LaChance | Grace LaChance EP
• Lau | Midnight and Closedown
• Lemonheads | Varshons II
• Maestus | Deliquesce
• Marley’s Ghost | Traveling Shoes
• Amy McCarley | MECO
• Cass McCombs | Tip of the Sphere
• Mercury Rev | Bobbie Gentry’s The Delta Sweete Revisited
• Bob Mould | Sunshine Rock
• MZ.412 | Svartmyrkr
• New York United | New York United
• Panda Bear | Buoys
• Jessica Pratt | Quiet Signs
• Prince | Musicology, 3121, Planet Earth Remastered
• Radiant Baby | Restless
• Raped by Pigs | Mental Diseases and Congenital
• Jason Ringenberg | Stand Tall
• Skeletoon | They Never Say Die
• S R L | Hic Sunt Leones
• Mavis Staples | Live in London
• Joanna Shaw Taylor | Reckless Heart
• This Means War | Heartstrings
• Thornbridge | Theatrical Masterpiece
• AJ Tracey | AJ Tracey
• Robin Trower | The Studio Albums 1973-1983
• Tullycraft | Railway Prince Hotel
• UB40 | For the Many
• Wandering Hearts | Wild Silence
• Yak | Pursuit of Momentary Happiness

February 15
• Avantasia | Moonglow
• Regina Belle | Show Me the Way: The Columbia Anthology
• Ryan Bingham | American Love Song
• Bjarki | Happy Earthday
• Borstlap / Bruford | Sheer Reckless Abandon
• Hayes Carll | What It Is
• Chasms | The Mirage
• C’mon Tigre | Racines
• Czarface | Czarface Meets Ghostface
• Robert Ellis | Texas Piano Man
• Florida Georgia Line | Can’t Say I Ain’t Country
• Rosie Flores | Simple Case of the Blues
• Jon Fratelli | Bright Night Flowers
• FTR | Manners
• Larry Grenadier | The Gleaners
• Hexvessel | All Tree
• Homeshake | Helium
• Gladys Knight & The Pips | On and On: The Buddah / Columbia Anthology
• Ladytron | Ladytron
• Avril Lavigne | Head Above Water
• Hugh Marsh | Violinvocations
• Michael McDermott | Orphans
• Millencolin | SOS
• New Seekers | The Albums 1970-73
• Noctorum | Afterlife
• Norvhar | Kauna
• Nov3l | Novel
• Nubiyan Twist | Jungle Run
• One OK Rock | Eye of the Storm
• Perfect Son | Cast
• Picture This | MDRN LV
• Boo Ray | Tennessee Alabama Fireworks
• Rotting Christ | The Heretics
• RY X | Unfurl
• Kristen Lee Sergeant | Smolder
• Sir Babygirl | Crush On Me
• Skratch Snobs | Ye vs. Tay
• SWMRS | Berkeley’s On Fire
• Yann Tiersen | ALL
• Dale Watson | Call Me Lucky
• Jeff Whalen | 10 More Rock Super Hits
• Carvin Winans | In the Softest Way
• Trisha Yearwood | Let’s Be Frank

February 22
• Aenimus | Dreamcatcher
• Alive in Barcelona | Alive in Barcelona
• And The Kids | When This Life Is Over
• Areni Agbabian | Bloom
• Badflower | OK, I’m Sick
• Bayonne | Drastic Measures
• Booze Control | Forgotten Lands
• Burnt Tapes | Never Better
• Michael Chinworth | Three Vapors
• Claypool Lennon Delirium | South of Reality
• Dead Witches | The Final Exorcism
• Dream Theater | Distance Over Time
• Drenge | Strange Creatures
• Du Blonde | Lung Bread for Daddy
• Far Away | Viaje
• Feels | Post Earth
• Emily Jean Flack | Throwing Shapes
• Flamin Groovies | Gonna Rock Tonite! The Complete Recordings 1969-71
• Andy Frasco & the U.N. | Change of Pace
• Martin Frawley | Undone at 31
• Gatekeeper | Grey Maiden
• Good Fuck | Good Fuck
• Buck Gooter | Finer Thorns
• Hejira | Thread of Gold
• David Huckfelt | Stranger Angels
• Ian Hunter | From the Knees of My Heart: The Albums 1979-1981
• Julia Jacklin | Crushing
• Fredrik Klingwall / Julia Black | Sentience
• Last in Line | II
• Kim Lenz | Slowly Speeding
• Lily & Madeleine | Canterbury Girls
• Lowland Hum | Glyphonic
• Maxïmo Park | As Long We Keep Moving
• Overkill | The Wings of War
• Donna Regina | Transient
• Relics of Humanity | Ana Kihu Alamu
• REO Speedwagon | Classic Years 1978-1990
• Rock Goddess | This Time
• Sanhedrin | The Poisoner
• Sleaford Mods | Eton Alive
• Spellling | Mazy Fly
• Stiff Little Fingers | The Albums 1991-1997
• Sunwatchers | Illegal Moves
• SUSTO | Ever Since I Lost My Mind
• David Sylvain | Brilliant Trees, Alchemy: An Index of Possibilities, Gone to Earth, Secrets of the Beehive Vinyl Reissues
• Tangerine Dream | The Blue Years Studio Albums 1985-1987
• Telekinesis | Effluxion
• Vandoliers | Forever
• Adia Victoria | Silences
• Nate Wooley | Columbia Icefield
• Yola | Walk Through Fire

March 1
• Bryan Adams | Shine a Light
• Anteros | When We Land
• Citizen Cope | Heroin and Helicopters
• Dennis Coffey | Live At Baker’s
• Collective Soul | Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid Remastered
• Darkwater | Human
• Robert Forster | Inferno
• Gang of Four | Happy Now
• John Hartford | Backroads, Rivers and Memories: The Rare and Unreleased John Hartford
• Japanese House | Good At Falling
• Yves Jarvis | The Same But By Different Means
• Durand Jones & the Indications | American Love Call
• Robin Lane & The Chartbusters | Many Years Ago: The Complete Robin Lane & The Chartbusters Album Collection
• Gordon Lightfoot | The Complete Singles 1970-1980
• Living Hour | Softer Faces
• Bobby Long | Sultans
• Della Mae | The Butcher Shoppe EP
• Mark Morton | Anesthetic
• Queensrÿche | The Verdict
• Steph Richards | Take The Neon Lights
• Sigrid | Sucker Punch
• Skinny Lister | The Story Is…
• Snapped Ankles | Stunning Luxury
• Sundara Karma | Ulfilas’ Alphabet
• TEEN | Good Fruit
• Test Dept. | Disturbance
• Vök | In the Dark
• Tom Walker | What a Time To Be Alive
• Weezer | Weezer (The Black Album)
• Hawksley Workman | Median Age Wasteland

March 8
• Children of Bodom | Hexed
• Dido | Still On My Mind
• David Gray | Gold in a Brass Age
• Indoor Pets | Be Content
• Alice Phoebe Lou | Paper Castles
• Meat Puppets | Dusty Notes
• New Kids on the Block | Hangin’ Tough (30th Anniversary Edition)
• Amanda Palmer | There Will Be No Intermission
• Glenn Shorrock | Glenn Shorrock Sings Little River Band – Live in Studio
• Ten Fe | Future Perfect, Present Tense
• Nik Turner | The Final Frontier
• The Wild Reeds | Cheers

March 15
• Any Given Day | Overpower
• The Faint | Egowerk
• Lauren Jenkins | No Saint
• Benjamin Francis Leftwich | Gratitude
• Tom Russell | October in the Railroad Earth
• Joanne Shaw Taylor | Reckless Heart
• Vanish | Familiar Faces

March 22
• American Football | American Football
• Battle Beast | No More Hollywood Endings
• Lambchop | This (Is What I Wanted to Tell You)
• Nesli | Vengo in Pace
• Jack Savoretti | Singing to Strangers
• Sleeper | The Modern Age

March 29
• Lana Del Rey | Norman Fucking Rockwell
• Just Loud | Just Loud
• La Dispute | Panorama
• Jack Savoretti | Singing to Strangers
• Son Volt | Union
• UNKLE | The Road: Part II / Lost Highway
• Various Artists | The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Music From Season Two
• Whitechapel | The Valley
• Wintersleep | In the Land Of

April 5
• Circa Waves | What’s It Like Over There?
• Amanda Cook | Point of No Return
• Enterprise Earth | Luciferous
• New Order | Movement (Definitive Edition)

April 12
• Tom Speight | Collide
• Flaming Lips | King’s Mouth
• Pixel Grip | Heavy Handed
• Devil’s Gun | Sing for the Chaos

May 3
• Corey Hart | Dreaming Time Again

ON THE HORIZON

• Body Count | Carnivore
• Chemical Brothers | No Geography
• Club Night | What Life
• Chromatics | Dear Tommy
• Hannah Diamond | Reflections
• Fatal Switch | Doctors & Demons
• Sky Ferreira | Masochism
• Ariana Grande | Thank U Next
• Mark Kozelek, Donny McCaslin and Jim White | I Also Want to Die in New Orleans
• Jenny Lewis | On the Line
• The 1975 | Notes on a Conditional Form
• Q-Tip | The Last Zulu
• Smashing Pumpkins | Shiny & Oh So Bright, Vol. 2
• Devin Townsend | Empath
• Visionatica | Enigma Fire
• The Weeknd | Chapter 6
• Kanye West | Yandhi
• Charles X | EID2

DEFINITE MAYBES

• Ryan Adams
• Adele
• Amaal
• Amon Amarth
• Angel Dust
• Anthrax
• Archers Of Loaf
• Ashs
• Car Astor
• Cardi B
• Babymetal
• Badchild
• Barenaked Ladies
• Baroness
• Better Oblivion Community Center
• Big Sean
• Gabriel Birnbaum
• James Blake
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