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Rounder

One of the brightest young luminaries in roots music today, Sierra Ferrell brings a dose of beautifully strange magic to everything she touches. On her new album Trail Of Flowers, Ferrell expands her sound while deepening the urgency of her songs, often revealing a wealth of wisdom within her wildly imaginative storytelling.

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Capitol

Through her signature brand of pop on In Search Of…, Fletcher shares the different realizations, ego deaths, personal rebirths that encompass what it means to be on a true soul search. She shows both the beauty and brutality of what it means to be a human being on an ever-evolving quest back to one's own heart.

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Century Media

From the trap-metal inspired beats and crushing metalcore riffing that opens the album’s title track to the disquieting melodies of elegiac closer “Helena Drive”, Hollywood Suicide is a perfect snapshot of an artist finding himself, crawling from his own personal wreckage against a crumbling, mythical Californian milieu.

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Late August Records

Change The Game marks a new chapter for Jinks as he is new self-managed with his own completely-independent team. Jinks puts forth his signature outlaw country sound throughout while showcasing artistic maturity as he delves into sobriety, the realities of life on the road and the need for redemption and accountability.

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Yep Roc

All My Friends is inspired by women’s suffrage and the passage of the 19th amendment. The music is expansive with orchestral arrangements, choral vocals and a variety of instruments that create a sonic soundscape beyond anything Aoife has done in the past. Featuring Anaïs Mitchell, Sierra Hull, and the San Francisco Girls Choir.

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4AD

On Bright Future, Lenker, a songwriter known for turns of phrase and currents of rhyme, says it plainly, "you have my heart // i want it back." Admirers of Adrianne's solo music and Big Thief will find her reliable talent captured in stunning, magnetic clarity– her vocal flights at times outwitting gravity, then landing, guiding along an earthly path.

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Flying Cloud Recordings

With a wide-open recording approach, this is Evian’s best album to date: a cathartic rock record that melds power pop, iridescent guitar, raucous psychedelia, and Sam’s now sought-after grooves. The music is both fresh and familiar, sonically inspired by his penchant for early 70s production and propelled by a free-spirited process, as well as his urge to let go.

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Century Media

A profound exploration of existential paradoxes and cosmic fear, Unextinct weaves a narrative tapestry of technical death metal, where the divine horror of numinous life intersects with humanity's futile sovereignty. This is not just music; it's a philosophical inquiry set to the relentless cadence of death metal, inviting us to ponder the "Mysterium Tremendum" of life itself.

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Napalm Records

Renowned for their masterful, unparalleled and lightning-fast signature guitar solos that influenced a whole genre, and epic compositions that expand the boundaries of extreme power metal, Dragonforce explore a wider range of varying musical styles than ever before, evolving their sound throughout Warp Speed Warriors.

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Sub Pop

There’s something about growing up in punk and DIY spaces that puts collaboration in Boeckner’s blood. Composed of a collection of intimately familiar elements, Boeckner! elicits the same thrill of young passion and discovery. It’s a jet-powered chase through a tech-noir cityscape—fueled by a dream and that special someone in the passenger seat.

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Silver Arrow Records

Some may say the project has been several tumultuous years in the making, but we argue it's arriving at just the right time. The Black Crowes are biting back with the angst of words left unsaid reveling in stripped, bare-boned rock & roll. No gloss, no glitter, just rhythm and blues at it's very best - gritty, loud, and in your face.

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Century Media

With over thirty years of active, nefarious service under their spikes and bulletbelts, Necrophobic are undisputed legends of the death and black metal scene. On their 10th studio album, In the Twilight Grey, the Swedish metal masters are taking an even deeper plunge into the shadowy abyss with more monstrously dramatic and destructive tunes.

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Metal Blade

Midnight bring their own hook-laden blend of Motörhead, Venom, speed metal, street punk, and a tinge of black metal to give it that extra taste of evil. If you like barked vocals, catchy riffs, and d-beat drums, hop in! As the band so perfectly put it on the opening track of their 2020 album, Rebirth by Blasphemy: “Fucking speed and darkness!!!”

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Century Media

Written with a no-limit mindset, where creativity and known genre rituals were given equal footing, Fragments of the Ageless is not just a definitive death metal showpiece, but an evolution of the genre going deeper, darker and to the edges of brutality . Death metal’s not dead. It’s never been deadlier!

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ATO Records

On their full-length debut, Friko sustain the combustible energy of their break-out single “Crimson To Chrome,” merging elements of post-punk, chamber-pop and experimental rock, magnifying their music’s exhilarating power with a barrage of spirited ensemble vocals. Poetic, explosive, and sublimely raw in feeling.

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