A busy week for new releases includes offerings from Maggie Rogers, Joe Jackson, The Flesheaters, Future, James Blake, and Sharon Van Etten. The Canadian contingent features Whitehorse, Michelle Rumball, Blue Standard, and a Rush reissue (pictured).
The holiday break over, the pace of new releases begins to increase again. Notable offerings this week come from The Kentucky Headhunters, Taking Back Sunday, Randy Houser, and Tommy Emmanuel. The Canadian contingent includes Tallies (pictured), Eric Schenkman, Allison Au, Ariel Posen and Stacey Kaniuk.
The holiday break lull in new releases continues, but the first two months of 2019 feature new albums from the likes of Sharon Van Etten, Joe Jackson, Michael Franti, The Dandy Warhols, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Michael Bolton, and Florida Georgia Line. The Canadian contingent will include albums from Eric Schenkman (pictured), Whitehorse, Mounties, Colin Linden, and Hawksley Workman.
The holiday break precludes new releases this week, but the first two months of 2019 feature planned new albums from the likes of Sharon Van Etten, Joe Jackson, Michael Franti, The Dandy Warhols, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Florida Georgia Line. The Canadian contingent includes Eric Schenkman, Whitehorse, Mounties (pictured), and Hawksley Workman.
The Christmas break precludes new releases this week. January brings new albums from the likes of The Dandy Warhols, Swervedriver, Michael Franti, Sharon Van Etten, and Joe Jackson., and Canadian artists including Whitehorse (pictured), Kid Koala, Royal Canoe, Lee Harvey Osmond, Andrew Austin, and Chris Houston.
The flow of new releases has slowed to a trickle in advance of Christmas. The biggest names with new offerings this week are Bruce Springsteen and The Killers.
The flow of new releases is definitely slowing in advance of Christmas. Notables this week include Van Morrison, John Mellencamp, Ice Cube, AFI, and XXXtentacion, while Canadian content includes The Del Fi's, Twist (pictured), The O'Pears, and Ocean Potion.
The flow of new releases is definitely slowing in advance of Christmas. Notables include The 1975, Reverend Horton Heat, Def Leppard, and Beth Hart. The Canadian contingent includes Alessia Cara, Neil Young, Daniel Romano, Foxwarren, and Jean-Michel Blais.
The flow of new releases is now slowing in advance of Christmas. Notables include Hozier and David Byrne, while the Canadian contingent is headed by Kira Isabella, Northern Haze (pictured), nêhiyawak, and a star-studded Live at Massey Hall compilation.
Notable new releases today come from Chris Cornell, Glen Campbell, John Mellencamp, Mumford and Sons, Mariah Carey, The Smashing Pumpkins, Mark Knopfler, and The Rolling Stones. Canadian offerings include Rush, Rhye, Oh Susanna, Allan Rayman (pictured), The Seasons, and Christine Fellows.
The flow of new releases will weaken soon, but a long list today includes notable offerings from Imagine Dragons, Olly Murs, Eagles, Charles Bradley, Lil Peep, Steve Aoki, Hanson, and the much-discussed White Album reissue. The Canadian lineup includes Johnny Reid (pictured), Barbra Lica, Ensign Broderick, Naming The Twins, The Philosopher Kings, Patrik, and Goodbye Honolulu.
Barbra Streisand heads the list of today's new releases, with other notables including The Prodigy, Tenacious D, Rodney Crowell, Marianne Faithfull, and Bob Dylan, The Traveling Wilburys and Diana Ross reissues. The Canadian lineup includes Dan Mangan, Whitehorse (pictured), Doug Paisley, Paul Brandt, Sarah MacDougall, and, early next week, Ken Tizzard and Andrea Ramolo.