Albums in Stores – May 20th, 2016

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  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    This week sees the release of Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman and Saosin’s Along the Shadow, two albums that couldn’t be further apart but I greatly enjoy. I’m looking forward to checking out that Tiny Moving Parts album and, of course, giving the new Bob Dylan a listen as well. If you hit read more you can see all the releases we have in our calendar for the week. Hit the quote bubble to access our forums and talk about what came out today, what albums you picked up, and to make mention of anything we may have missed.

    Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties – Bittersweet
    Against the Current – In Our Bones
    Andy Shauf – The Party
    Angel Du$t – Rock The F**k On Forever
    Ariana Grande – Dangerous Woman
    Arthur Beatrice – Keeping The Peace
    Bird Of Youth – Get Off
    Blake Shelton – If I’m Honest
    Bob Dylan – Fallen Angels
    Car Seat Headrest – Teens Of Denial
    Christine Ott – Only Silence Remains
    Debo Band – Ere Gobez
    Eric Clapton – I Still Do
    Fifth Harmony – 7/27
    Issues – Headspace
    Katatonia – The Fall of Hearts
    Kate Jackson – British Road Movies
    Lonely the Brave – Things Will Matter
    Marissa Nadler – Strangers
    Misha – All We Will Become
    Mrs Magician – Bermuda
    Mudcrutch – 2
    Mutual Benefit – Skip A Sinking Stone
    Pantha du Prince – The Triad
    Rachael Sage – Choreographic
    Richard Ashcroft – These People
    Saosin – Along the Shadow
    Sick Puppies – Fury
    Tiger Army – V
    Tim Heidecker – In Glendale
    Tiny Moving Parts – Celebrate
    Various Artists – Day Of The Dead
    William Ryan Fritch – New Words For Old Wounds
    onDeadWaves – onDeadWaves

     
  2. Jake W

    I don't want your London drugs Supporter

    Tiny Moving Parts, Angel Du$t and Aaron West are all great. I still need to check out the Issues album in full.
     
  3. Damien Davies

    Bounty hunting is a complicated profession Supporter

    Tiny Moving Parts, Car Seat Headrest, Angel Du$t, Aaron West, Eric Clapton, Saosin, Lonely the Brave all worth checking out.
     
  4. GetUpAndrew

    Constant horror and bone-deep dissatisfaction.

    Saosin, of course, then Issues, Aaron West And The Roaring Twenties and Tiny Moving Parts. Might give a listen also to Lonely The Brave and Ariana Grande.
     
  5. SweetThye

    @sweetthye

    Saosin, Aaron West, Issues, and Tiny Moving Parts for me. Still jamming the new Pierce the Veil as well.
     
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  6. cricketandclover

    Things have changed.

    Barenaked Ladies live at Red Rocks!
     
  7. jorbjorb

    I'm so much cooler online.

    tiny moving farts, hotelier stream and possible tiger army.
     
  8. Behind the Barricade

    https://www.behindthecade.com

    Heard about half of the new Issues album on my commute to work. Tyler's singing definitely shines! I like what I hear already.
     
  9. a lack of color

    Regular

    Ariana's record is so good so far. Looking forward to Tiny Moving Parts.
    FYI, Fifth Harmony's album isn't coming out until next week, they changed the release date a few weeks ago.
     
  10. cryates

    Go Braves Prestigious

    The Mercury Program (post-rock band) has an album (ep) out today, so that's all I'll be doing for the next month at least.
     
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  11. whitenblue88

    The rivalry is back on

    I'm really enjoying highasakite - Camp Echo.

    I'll also listen to Car Seat Headrest, Ariana, and maybe the Hotelier at work today. I feel weird about pulling the Hotelier up though because of the album art...
     
  12. Jake W

    I don't want your London drugs Supporter

    Ugh I forgot Saosin was out this week too. Too much new music these next few weeks, I don't know how I'm going to listen to all of it.
     
  13. If this wasn't purposeful, it is a fantastic typo.

    Looking forward to checking out Saosin, Aaron West, Summer Scouts and Richard Ashcroft this week.
     
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  14. cwhit

    still emperor emo Prestigious

    be sure to listen to car seat headrest! so happy for will that he's getting so much love for this record
     
  15. ARo24

    Regular

    Saosin all day. That's all I need today.
     
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  16. Montauk1222

    Trusted Prestigious

    Angel Du$t album is so damn good. A lot of fun too, everyone should check it.
     
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  17. Montauk1222

    Trusted Prestigious

    Also Eternal Sleep's The Emptiness Of is out on Closed Casket Activities today! It's on spotify as well.
     
  18. chuwaay

    Newbie

    Against the Current, Car Seat Headrest, Ariana, and other albums I'll probably check out later down the line.

    The new Amity Affliction single is good.
     
  19. Chcurry182

    Regular

    Saosin and Tiny Moving Parts, for me
     
  20. Eric Wilson

    Trusted Prestigious

    Against The Current, Ariana Grande, Saosin, and Issues for me today.
     
  21. noKings

    Regular

    Good day just got better... P.O.S..........
     
  22. redwing91007

    Next Show - Foals April 22nd Supporter

    On the list for today:

    Julien Baker - Spotify Sessions
    Saosin - Along the Shadow
    Architects - Downfall (single)
    Issues - Headspace (might wait until my vinyl gets in for this)
    Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties - Bittersweet (already listened to them as they came out individually)
    Tiny Moving Parts - Celebrate

    One of the best weeks for me in a while
     
  23. John Zafran

    As If Everything Was Held In Place

    same here for all!!! + Ms Grande
     
  24. sean_rugy

    often but not always Supporter

    WHAT?!
     
  25. Casanova Frankenstein

    Newbie

    The new Katatonia record is a great rock album. I am also excited about the long overdue Tiger Army record.