New Music Highlights

Across the Meridian

Pram
Label: Domino Records
Release Date: July 20, 2018

Across The Meridian is a celebration of Pram’s iconic quirkiness, focused into a beautifully constructed and tautly produced sound-world.

All Ashore

Punch Brothers
Label: Nonesuch Records
Release Date: July 20, 2018

“We’ve been around for twelve years now; we know who we are,” said fiddler Gabe Witcher of the quintet’s fifth studio album, which navigates the band’s real life themes, including marriage, children, and the current political climate in nine-song suite.

Hive Mind

The Internet
Label: Columbia
Release Date: July 20, 2018

“After making a few songs we realized that we really want to use this album to live by example and promote camaraderie amongst young black people,” said vocalist Syd of the alt-R&B quintet of their fourth full-length album and the first since 2015’s Ego Death.

Joy

Ty Segall & White Fence
Label: Drag City
Release Date: July 20, 2018

Ty Segall & White Fence 2: the grand return of their single musical entity is named after the prevailing emotion you have upon hearing it – that’s Joy, with a capital J! Ty and White Fence’s Tim Presley are two kinds of guitar-gadding rock ‘n roll songwriters galore who go great together. Joy is 21st-century pop of a sweetly powerful strain!

New Lows

World's Fair
Label: Fool's Gold Records
Release Date: July 20, 2018

World’s Fair is the Queens-birthed rap collective of Remy Banks, Jeff Donna, Lanksy Jones, Nasty Nigel, Prince SAMO, DJ THOTH & Cody B. Ware. New Lows was produced by Black Noi$e and NoLife.

Night Swimming

Dentist
Label: Cleopatra Records
Release Date: July 20, 2018

Named one of the top 10 bands at this year’s SXSW by Mercury News and a darling of critics at NPR, Stereogum, Flood Magazine and more, Dentist are primed to explode in popularity with this their third and strongest album to date!

Take Me to the Disco

Meg Myers
Label: 300 Entertainment
Release Date: July 20, 2018

Take Me To The Disco is deeply personal and touches on themes of childhood trauma, the loss of innocence and female empowerment. Meg bravely faces her own reality head-on — fearless and empowered.