Courtney Barnett – Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit
After creating a stir with two EPs, Barnett releases here highly anticipated full-length album this week. The Australian rocker fuses garage-band sound with sad-eyed lyrics, stemming from the prosaic observations surroundings of her everyday life.
Earl Sweatshirt – I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside
The Odd Future member releases his third solo album this week, following up his 2013 studio debut Doris. Sweatshirt’s newest album is as grim as his last, discussing his attempts to diminish the sudden renown that’s been thrust upon him, and taking shots at former friends and girls.
Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp a Butterfly
In keeping with the hip-hop genre, the newest album from Kendrick Lamar is available this week, continuing to ride high after his meteoric rise. Lamar uses seventies funk influence on his new album, and includes an appearance from George Clinton. Lamar’s lyrics continue to ask important questions about race and life in Compton.
JEFF the Brotherhood – Wasted on the Dream
The two rockers from Tennessee have a new release this week, they’re eighth studio album since 2002. While they haven’t hit the top of the indie charts yet, the Weezer-esque duo continue to provide signature riffs with ’80s garage rocking and a hint of Black Sabbath.
Take some time to listen to some new music; you just might find your new favorite band.
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