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Janice Headley

One of the most exciting releases this week comes from Brooklyn-via-Jersey band Real Estate. KEXP's Music Director Don Yates describes their third album, Atlas, as "another masterful set of dreamy, surf-inflected indie-pop, featuring a more pristine sound this time around for their warm blend of jangly, reverbed guitars, gentle rhythms, yearning vocals and wistful melodies." They'll be bringing those beautiful new songs to the KEXP studios this Thursday, March 6th at 1:00 PM PST, and you can stream video of their performance as it happens here.

Other highlights include the latest from veteran rockers Drive-By Truckers, whose twelfth album, English Oceans, Yates calls "a bit more of a stripped-down sound on a typically strong set of roots-tinged rock ranging from Stonesish rockers and moody story songs to reflective ballads steeped in country, folk and soul." Brooklyn band The Men continue to evolve on their fifth album, Tomorrow's Hits, which pairs "a cleaner and warmer sound with impeccably crafted songwriting on songs ranging from jangly ‘70s-influenced rockers and relaxed country-rock to horn-filled chuggers and blistering motorik jams."Plus, keep your eyes out for psych-folk artist Linda Perhacs, whose Asthmatic Kitty release is her first new album in 44 years! The latest release from Eternal Summers gets some help from Guided By Voices/Nada Surf guitarist Doug Gillard. Speaking of special guests, the new Current 93 album features Nick Cave and Antony Hegarty. UK band The Woodentops have reunited for the release, Granular Tales. Moby shares the CD/DVD set Almost Home: Live at the Fonda, LA, and Rufus Wainwright includes a new track (which you can stream below) on his greatest hits collection, Vibrate: The Best of Rufus Wainwright.

  • Arthur Beatrice - "Midland"
  • from Working Out on Harvest Records
  • Axxa/Abraxas - "I Almost Fell"
  • from Axxa/Abraxas on Captured Tracks
  • Ava Luna - "Daydream"
  • from Electric Balloon on Western Vinyl
  • Bart Davenport - "Wearing The Changes"
  • from Physical World on Lovemonk
  • Cataldo - "Slow the Time"
  • from Gilded Oldies on Red Pepper Records
  • Current 93 - "Mourned Winter Then" (feat. Antony Hegarty)
  • from I Am the Last of All the Field That Fell: A Channel on The Spheres
  • Diane Cluck - "Maybe A Bird"
  • from Boneset on Important Records
  • Drive-By-Truckers - "Pauline Hawkins"
  • from English Oceans on ATO
  • Each Other - "Send Your Signals"
  • from Being Elastic on Fat Possum / Lefse Records
  • Eagulls - "Possessed"
  • from Eagulls on Partisan
  • Eternal Summers - "Gouge"
  • from The Drop Beneath on Kanine
  • Fenster - "Mirrors"
  • from The Pink Caves on Morr Music
  • Ghost Beach - "Miracle"
  • from Blonde on Nettwerk
  • Linda Perhacs - "River Of God"
  • from The Soul of All Natural Things on Asthmatic Kitty
  • Lushes - "One Right Word"
  • from What Am I Doing on Felte
  • The Men - "Pearly Gates"
  • from Tomorrow's Hits on Sacred Bones
  • Moby - "Raining Again"
  • from Almost Home: Live at the Fonda, LA on Mute
  • Mount Salem - "Lucid"
  • from Endless on Metal Blade
  • Nick Waterhouse - "This Is A Game"
  • from Holly on Innovative Leisure
  • Nothing - "Bent Nail"
  • from Guilty of Everything on Relapse
  • Real Estate - "Talking Backwards"
  • from Atlas on Domino
  • Rufus Wainwright - "Me & Liza"
  • from Vibrate: The Best of Rufus Wainwright on Geffen / Universal
  • Sally Seltmann - "Catch of the Day"
  • from Hey Daydreamer on Arts & Crafts
  • Trust - "Are We Arc?"
  • from Joyland on Arts & Crafts
  • Ume - "Black Stone"
  • from Monuments on Dangerbird Records
  • We Are Scientists - "Return the Favor"
  • from TV en Français on Dine Alone Records
  • WhoMadeWho - "Hiding in Darkness"
  • from Dreams on self-released
  • The Woodentops - "Conversations"
  • from Granular Tales on Cherry Red

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