Album News Weekly: 19th February 2016

In This Issue: A slew of diverse debuts, EPs and follow ups were released over the weekend, check out recordings from a Spanish death metal band to the likes of girl crew TEEN and every genre in between. Its time to play catch up with this new years music because there are plenty more astounding releases on the horizon!

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Wild Nothing

Wild Nothing, a.k.a the now LA-based musician Jake Tatum, will release Life of Pause on 19th February, his third studio album and follow up to 2012’s Nocturne, via Captured Tracks / Remote Control Records.



TEEN explore the disharmony and empowerment of both sexuality and spirituality in Love Yes, released digitally on Stop Start Friday February 19th.


Useless Eaters

Slovenly Recordings presents the stark and weird new Temporary Mutilation EP from San Francisco’s Useless Eaters on February 19th, devoting themselves to the development of their unique punk noise.



Six-piece band Dopra have their ethereal, trip-pop sounding LP Wasting released digitally and on vinyl February 19th 2016 via Arch Hill Recordings. Check out the single “Lucid Visions” here:

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Lake Street Dive

Lake Street Dive’s Nonesuch Records debut album, Side Pony, will be released on February 19th, the four band members keeping the recording fast and loose, and as live-in-the-studio as possible.


Bombay Harambee

Literate post-punk band Bombay Harambee of Little Rock, Arkansas have released their Goldmine LP on February 19th through Max Recordings.

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Spirit Animal

Brooklyn’s Spirit Animal shares the band’s new World War IV EP on February 19th with Wind-up Records, releasing a combination of rock and pop, fueled by the unruly aesthetics of psych and funk.

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Scraper’s second LP, Misery was produced by Chris Woodhouse (Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, Blind Shake) at The Dock in Sacramento breaking the fine line between panic and frenzy on February 19th from Slovenly Recordings.

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Spanish Black metal band, ABSENTA, have signed with Necromance Records and released their new CD Eel on 20th February 2016.


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