Album of the Week

Album of the Week – 29-07-22

Album of the Week – 29-07-22

Find out the artists that are brave enough to go up against Beyoncé, with her new release Renaissance! Yes, all these poor souls are largely going to be ignored while Beyoncé hogs the limelight for another week or two.

Well, whether it is Beyoncé or another reason, it’s a slooow week. There are new releases from Homeboy Sandman & Aesop Rock  (Delux Edition – Anjelitu) and Josh Rouse (Going Places).

Tallies are a new name to us at least, despite this being their second album. There is a real bang of mid-90s 4AD off it, including the cover which is featured above. See what you think below…

Album of the Week – Tallies – Patina

Toronto’s Tallies today released their new album, Patina. The new album, out through Bella Union (UK/EU) on 29th July follows their self-titled debut which scored support at MOJO, CRACK, DIY, NYLON, 6Music and many more upon release in 2019. “Hearts Underground”comes with a video made up of public domain footage directed by Justin Krar.

The video follows a string of recent tracks such as “No Dreams Of Fayres”. Speaking about the new single, singer Sarah Cogan says:“This song is that little voice that kicks yourself. The voice that says, “why’d you do that?” In this case, it was about how it holds me back, sometimes for the better. It’s about self-sabotage. Sometimes you wish this little voice would speak up sooner and not just after the fact. I wrote a song about that little voice that I’ve heard my whole life; it’s a reflection on times when I’ve held back too much or when I wish I’d held back more.”

Albums of Note:

Homeboy Sandman & Aesop Rock – Anjelitu (Deluxe Edition)

— Sam Prekop and John McEntire (of The Sea and Cake) – Sons Of

— Josh Rouse – Going Places

July 29th:

— A Giant Dog – Bone (Vinyl Reissue)

— A Giant Dog – Fight (Vinyl Reissue)

— Amanda Shires – Take It Like a Man

— Andrew Tuttle – Fleeting Adventure

— Beach Rats (feat. Bouncing Souls, Bad Religion, and Lifetime) – Rat Beat

— Beyoncé – Renaissance

— blacktoothed – JULI

— BOX – Cherry Blossoms at Night

— Chat Pile – God’s Country

— Dance Gavin Dance – Jackpot Juicer

— DC Gore – All These Things

— Death Bells – Between Here & Everywhere

— Deaton Chris Anthony – SID THE KID

— Emily Yacina – All The Things (10-Year Anniversary Compilation)

— Entropy – Death Spell EP

— Florist – Florist

— Friendship – Love The Stranger

— Grateful Dead – Europe ’72 (50th Anniversary Edition)

— Grateful Dead – Lyceum ’72: The Complete Recordings

— Hayley Kiyoko – Panorama

— Homeboy Sandman & Aesop Rock – Anjelitu (Deluxe Edition)

— Jemima Coulter – Grace After A Party

— Jethro Tull – Thick As A Brick (50th Anniversary)

— Jim James – Regions of Light and Sound of God (Deluxe Reissue)

— Josh Rouse – Going Places

— Joywave – Live

— Joyce Manor – At Some Point You Stop

— King Princess – Hold On Baby

— Lava La Rue – Hi-Fidelity EP

— The Lord (Greg Anderson of Sunn O)))) – Forest Nocturne

— Maggie Rogers – Surrender

— Matt Nathanson – Boston Accent

— Murder by Death – Spell/Bound

— of Montreal – Freewave Lucifer f<ck f^ck f>ck

— Nav – Demons Protected By Angels

— The Offspring – Greatest Hits (Vinyl Reissue)

— Patrick Holland – You’re The Boss


— Sam Prekop and John McEntire (of The Sea and Cake) – Sons Of

— Stick to Your Guns – Spectre

— $uicideboy$ – Sing Me A Lullaby My Sweet Temptation

— Tallies – Patina

— Tedeschi Trucks Band – I Am The Moon: III. The Fall

— Whiskey Myers – Tornillo

— Wilder Maker – Male Models

— Wiz Khalifa – Multiverse

— Wombo – Fairy Rust

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