Ben Watt – Fever Dream (2016)

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Ben Watt, formerly one half of Everything But the Girl, has  new solo album Fever Dream. The record features singers Marissa Nadler and Hiss Golden Messenger’s M.C. Taylor, along with Suede’s Bernard Butler, who’ll also tour as part of Watt’s backing band.

Hayes Carll – Lovers and Leavers (2016)

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Hayes is returning with a powerful and raw set of songs produced by Joe Henry entitled Lovers and Leavers. The record marks a new chapter for Hayes – he has gone through much personal change in the 5 years since his last release, and he mines the depths of these experiences on this record. Sonically, he has stripped away some of the country sounds that marked his previous records, thus highlighting his well-worn voice and placing his straightforward and heartfelt lyrics at the center.

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King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – Nonagon Infinity (2016)

zFriday April 29th 2016 marks the release of Nonagon Infinity, their fourth long-player for Heavenly Recordings in a little under a year and a half. Workshy they ain’t! After the acid-flecked cosmic jazz of Quarters and the hazy, pastoral, acoustic bliss of Paper Mache Dream Balloon, with Nonagon Infinity the Gizzard once again dive head-long into the gonzo freak-beat frenzy that mark both their Heavenly debut.Recorded by Wayne Gordon, Paul Maybury, Michael Badger and Stu Mackenzie at Daptone Studios in Brooklyn, in keeping with their indefatigable spirit the 9 track album may be the world’s first infinitely looping LP. Each of the nine, complex, blistering tracks on Nonagon Infinity seamlessly flows into the next, with the final song linking straight back into the top of the opener like a sonic mobius strip.

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Steve Gunn – Eyes on the Lines (2016)

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Matador Records announce the release of Steve Gunn’s new album Eyes On The Lines (out June 3rd), from which they have shared his video for Conditions Wild, his debut single. The song is directly inspired by Rebecca Solnit’s A Field Guide to Getting Lost, the highly-stylized video, directed by Brandon Herman, captures the notion of finding comfort in getting lost and embracing the unknown, an important concept to Gunn in his songwriting and playing, and the creation of Eyes On The Lines as a whole.

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