Album News Weekly: 28th October 2015

In This Issue: We have you covered on blues to pop this week with a bunch of acoustic and synthed up records up for release. Check it out from home grown goddess Sarah Blasko to a member of Grinspoon dabbling in children books.

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Sarah Blasko

Eternal Return is the new album from singer-songwriter Sarah Blasko, to be released on Friday November 6th through EMI Records. Listen to “Only One” here:


Tina Arena

Tina Arena announces the details of her new studio album ELEVEN set for release on October 30th via EMI Records.



Auckland’s shoe-psychgaze band Bespin are also releasing their debut EP Osiris next Friday on 30th October, via Flying Out. Check out their already released singles from the EP here:


The Chills

Mistletone is mighty chuffed to present the return of New Zealand band The Chills, about to release their first full length album in nearly two decades, Silver Bullets, released this Friday October 30th through Fire Records with local release by Rocket Distribution.

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Charlie A’Court

Canada’s blues, roots & soul artist, Charlie A’Court has his fifth solo album Come On Over which will be released in Australia on October 30th through Fanfare Records (distributed by Universal Music Australia).

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Astral Skulls

Synth-pop and Krautrock artist Astral Skulls is set to release his debut album Contact:Light independently on October 31st.


Sam Smith

Friday 6th November sees pop singer Sam Smith release the extended edition of his last album In The Lonely Hour: The Drowning Shadows Edition through Capital Records.

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Joe Moore

Joe Moore has announced the details of his debut album A Thousand Lifetimes to be released Friday November 6th through Decca Record.


Pat Davern

Australian rock musician and lead guitarist of Grinspoon, Pat Davern releases children’s book and album Alexander the Elephant in Zanzibar on November 6th through Universal/ABC Music. The album features the likes of Megan Washington, Pete Murray, Tom Williams, Alex Lloyd, Connie Mitchell of Sneaky Sound System and Kingswood.


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