The Haul - Week of June 10-16
Hey there, listeners and readers. Here’s everything that came across my desk this past week:
Monday: “At the Party” by Black Belt Eagle Scout, a single from her upcoming album “At The Party with My Brown Friends” was released, along with “Discipline” by King Crimson and the announcement that their entire catalog will now be available on streaming services.
Tuesday: Radiohead released 18 hours worth of recorded material from around the time they recorded their album “OK Computer” in an effort to combat a successful hacking attempt on Thom Yorke’s hard drives from around the time. WHY? released another trio of songs, which includes “Reason”, “Deleterio Motilis” and “Stained Glass Slipper”, collected under the name “II. I've been carving my elbows, I might just take flight”, the second movement of an upcoming visual album due out on August 9th titled “AOKOHIO”.
Wednesday: We received “Disco” by Surf Curse, who will also be releasing an album titled “Heaven Surrounds You” out on September 13th.
Thursday: Taylor Swift’s upcoming album got a title and a release date: It’ll be called “Lover” and it’ll be out on August 23rd. Another single, You Need to Calm Down” was released late Thursday night/Friday morning.
Friday: Full releases on Friday included Crumb’s “Jinx”, the band’s first full length album, Stonefield’s record “Bent”, Bastille's third album "Doom Days", and Personal Best’s album “What You At”. Other releases included an EP from Royal Canoe titled “RC3PO” and a single from Julia Nunes titled “No Sudden Moves”, from her next album “UGHWOW” out next Friday, June 21st. Finally, along with the release of their newest single “The Future Is Here”, Sleater-Kinney have announced the release date for their new album “The Center Won’t Hold”, which will be released on August 16th.
Is there anything that you expected to see here but didn’t? Let me know; it’s always good to add to the collection! Check back next week to see what kind of goodies get brought in from The Haul.