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DIXIE CHICKS – GASLIGHTER

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Award-winning, multi-platinum selling global superstars, Dixie Chicks, will release their highly-anticipated fifth studio album “Gaslighter” on July 17th 2020! The album includes their first single, also titled “Gaslighter” which was coproduced by GRAMMY award-winning singer-songwriter, record producer and friend of the band, Jack Antonoff, the new project marks nearly 14 years since their last studio album. The Dixie Chicks are Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines and Emily Strayer. Superstars, renegades, innovators, heroes, villains, and moms, they have grown from a band into a cultural phenomenon. Earning universal recognition as the biggest-selling U.S. female band of all time, the Dixie Chicks have sold more than 30.5 million albums worldwide and are among an elite group of acts to achieve multiple “diamond” selling (ten million copies) releases. Counting 13 GRAMMY Awards, six Billboard Music Awards, four American Music Awards, and numerous Country Music Association Awards among many other accolades, their last record-breaking studio album, TAKING THE LONG WAY (2006), won five GRAMMY Awards including “Album of the Year,” “Record of ...

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JULY TALK – PRAY FOR IT

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JULY TALK – PRAY FOR IT

Black + white and vividly complex, Pray For It is about breaking patterns of action and reaction. Resolute in their vision and unafraid to escape the cage, July Talk’s path has never been through fitting in. Their music, viscerally, blisteringly hot, sliced right through the alternative and rock charts for multiple number one singles. Their churning and fiercely physical performances make spaces hiss and hum, spit and seethe in glorious, artful abandon. Pray For It commits to the possibility of alternate endings in the sanctuary of humility and reckons with vulnerability as a superpower. In opening themselves up to the unknown, the uncomfortable and the unfamiliar, July Talk performs a radical sacrificial act, surrendering themselves to the higher powers - sacred, ecological or even intergalactic - as a way to begin again. Pray For It Produced by: Burke Reid (Courtney Barnett, The Drones, Julia Jacklin), Graham Walsh (Holy Fuck, Metz), David Plowman (Brendan Canning, Young Clancy, Michael Rault) and Milan Sarkadi (Mute Choir, Said The Whale). Mixed by: ...

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RUFUS WAINWRIGHT – UNFOLLOW THE RULES

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UNFOLLOW THE RULES finds Rufus Wainwright at the peak of his powers, entering artistic maturity with passion, honesty and a new-found fearlessness, while remaining as mischievous as ever. Recorded in the same legendary Los Angeles studios as his landmark debut, his ninth album is both a bookend to Act 1 of an extraordinary career and a distillation of 21 years of experience at pop’s most flamboyant coal face. Inspired by middle age, married life, fatherhood, friends, loss, London and Laurel Canyon, UNFOLLOW THE RULES captures Rufus at a crossroads. Ready to tackle new challenges, yet compelled to confront his past, he’s taking stock of two decades of running riot with rules, making sense of how he has matured as a musician and celebrating the contended family man he has become. That wisdom is reflected in twelve, spectacular songs, all classics from first listen which couldn’t have been written in any previous period ...

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BRETT ELDEREDGE – SUNDAY DRIVE

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BRETT ELDREDGE ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM SUNDAY DRIVE Warner Music Nashville is excited for Brett Eldredge’s new album release Sunday Drive out on July  10th. Eldredge’s journey to new music started alone with just a flip phone, Polaroid camera, note book and guitar by his side. After re- examining both himself and the world around him, Eldredge sought out producers who shared his vision. His search led him to Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk, the GRAMMY - winning duo behindKacey Musgrave’s Golden Hour. It was only when he found the way to blend his acclaimed voice and strong midwestern values with a deepened sense of self and naturally matured sound did Eldredge feel ready to share his next chapter of music with the world. A visit together to his hometown of Paris, IL preceded weeks holed up in Chicago’s  intimate Shirk Studios, where Sunday Drive came to life. Sunday Drive pairs the hit - making songwriter with past collaborators like Ross Copperman, with whom he has penned multiple chart - topping, Platinum - certified singles, on songs such as “Crowd My Mind.” The jazz tinted ballad is laced with nostalgia as Eldredge and Copperman’s lyrics describe the feeling of missing a  loved one. The lead single “Gabrielle” continues to establish the Paris, IL, native as one of country music’s most powerful male vocalists. 

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THE REAL McKENZIES – BEER AND LOATHING

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Founded in 1992 by the larger than life, Scottish punk-rock poet laureate, Mr Paul McKenzie, this merry band of miscreants has spent a quarter century circumnavigating the globe to bring the McKenzies gospel to an ever-expanding throng of rebels, scallywags and ne'er do wells. There's not many bands that can boast of a nearly 30 year career as staggeringly adventurous, wildly tempestuous and utterly death-defying as The Real McKenzies. It would be a serious mistake to write them off as just another Celtic punk band (they’ve been around longer than the Dropkick Murphys after all). They are an unstoppable juggernaut of touring mayhem. A ferocious troupe of insanely talented minstrels, storytellers and entertainers melding traditional acoustic and electric instruments to create a sound like no other. Their list of accolades is long. From sharing the stage with the likes of NOFX, Rancid, Flogging Molly, Metallica and Shane McGowan to appearing ...

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POWERWOLF – BEST OF THE BLESSED

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Best of the Blessed is the upcoming first greatest hits album by German power metal band Powerwolf. Initially set to be released on 5 June 2020, it is now scheduled to be released on 3 July 2020 via Napalm Records. Some of the songs featured on the album have been re-written and re-recorded. A limited earbook and LP box edition will also feature a second disc named The Live Sacrament, which will feature live songs recorded during Wolfsnächte Tour 2018. Before the album was released, the group released the song "Kiss of the Cobra King" as a single on 1 November 2019. The song received a music video. On 27 March 2020 they released a single "Werewolves of Armenia". 

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WILLIE NELSON – FIRST ROSE OF SPRING

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The First Rose of Spring is the new studio album from time-defying legend, Willie Nelson who won Grammys for his last two projects; 2019's Ride Me Back Home and 2018's My Way. While Nelson’s has focused his recent output on mortality, the new release--First Rose of Spring--celebrates the moment and embraces life, love, friends and family. Included on the new full-length are new songs  written by Willie and longtime producer Buddy Cannon, songs written by Chris Stapleton and Toby Keith, and a handful of classic songs that Willie interprets his own special way, all performed with an amazing band of Nashville gunslingers. 

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DEPECHE MODE – SPIRITS IN THE FOREST

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Spirits in the Forest – A Depeche Mode Film is a live concert film, documentary, and album by the English electronic music band Depeche Mode. Directed by award-winning filmmaker and long-time artistic collaborator Anton Corbijn.  The film chronicles the final concert of the band's Global Spirit Tour at the Waldbühne in Berlin, Germany, as well as the stories of six fans of the band. The film was released to cinemas worldwide on 21 November 2019. Available in 2CD/2BLU RAY, 2CD/2DVD and 2CD configurations. 

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HAIM – WOMEN IN MUSIC PART III

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GRAMMY® nominated, Southern California-bred sister band HAIM will release their highly anticipated forthcoming album ‘Women In Music Pt. III’ on June 26th 2020. Haim co-produced the new album along with longtime collaborators Grammy Award-winning producer Ariel Rechtshaid (Adele, Blood Orange, Carly Rae Jepsen) and Rostam Batmanglij (Charli XCX, Solange, Frank Ocean). The new album will also include “The Steps,” which Haim released earlier this year and The FADER proclaimed, “It has all the components of an essential HAIM track — all the yearning, all the embedded grooves, all the rip-roaring guitar.” Previously released songs “Hallelujah,” “Now I’m In It,” and “Summer Girl” will also be featured on the album. ‘Women In Music Pt. III’ is the follow up to Haim’s sophomore album, ‘Something To Tell You,’ which was released in July 2017. ‘Something To Tell You’ debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 and was critically acclaimed by The New York Times, The Associated Press, The FADER, NPR, and more. The band’s sophomore album was declared ...

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NORAH JONES – PICK ME UP OFF THE FLOOR

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Norah Jones didn't mean to make another album. After she finished touring 2016's Day Breaks — her beloved return to piano‐based jazz — she walked away from the well‐worn album cycle grind and into an unfamiliar territory without boundaries: a series of short sessions with an ever‐changing array of collaborators resulting in a diverse stream of singles (with Mavis Staples, Rodrigo Amarante, Thomas Bartlett, Tarriona Tank Ball, and more). Pick Me Up Off The Floor features collaborators from Brian Blade to Jeff Tweedy, and grew out of her acclaimed singles series of the past 2 years as the songs she hadn’t yet released unexpectedly congealed into an album of tremendous depth and beauty connected by the sly groove of her piano trios, lyrics that confront loss and portend hope, and a mood that leans into darkness before ultimately finding the light. Just as this set of songs blurs sonic colors (blues, soul, Americana, and various shades of jazz) ...

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