This Week's New Albums: April 21st 2014
Kelis, Iggy Azalea, Eels, The Menzingers and Fear of Men are among the artists releasing new records this week. You can preview/download each album by clicking on the title.
The R&B singer is back with her new album produced by Dave Sitek. Expect soul by the bagful...
You can read our full preview on the new album here
The long awaited debut from Australian rapper Iggy Azalea is finally arriving this week, released on Island Def Jam.
Check out our full rundown on the album here
Brighton dream-poppers Fear of Men release their hauntingly beautiful debut album Loom this week.
We caught up with guitarist Dan last week to talk about the new record, you can read the interview in full here
Back with studio album no. 11, Eels release their latest outing The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett this week.
We took a look back at their long career and picked out 5 tracks as an introduction to their work for the uninitiated. You can find out where to start with Eels here
Philadelphia gutter punks The Menzingers return with their new album Rented World.
We called up guitarist Tom May to find out how it came together and why they've tried to move on from their nostalgia drenched record On The Impossible Past…
You can read the interview in full here
The controversial rapper is back with his sophomore effort Honest, the follow up to his 2012 debut Pluto.
Neon Trees - Pop Psychology
The alt-rockers are back with their 3rd album this week, entitled Pop Psychology.
The German power metal band are back with a banger, their new album Space Police: Defenders of the Crown.
Also out this week: Kronos Quartet - A Thousand Thoughts, Nine Black Alps - Candy for the Clowns, Plague Vendor – Free to Eat, Black Prairie – Fortune, Satan’s Satyrs – Die Screaming, Ten Years After – Positive Vibrations, Bob Wayne – Back to the Camper and Magic Drum Orchestra – MDO.