Album News Weekly: 3rd February 2016

In This Issue: And the gates are open! We have hundreds of new releases flooding in so check out this tasty little sampler to fill your indie, rock, punk and classical needs from The Jezabels new album to a bunch of debuts coming out of Perth.


The Jezabels

The Jezabels return with their third studio LP Synthia, expected to be released independently on February 12th via MGM Distribution.

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Touters of dreamy surf-pop, Perth band Gunns are unveiling their debut EP She’s A Rainbow, on February 12th via Spinning Top Records. Check out the single “Who’s Gonna Be Your Dog” here:

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Panic Is Perfect

The debut album from San Francisco’s Panic Is Perfect is nearing its Friday February 5th release. Title Cellspace and having more to do with adrenaline than anxiety, its out via Strange Loop Records.

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San Diego melodic skate punks Castoff will release their new full-length First Step To Recovery on February 10th via Bird Attack Records/Morning Wood Records.

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Rikard Sjöblom

The upcoming solo album of progressive rock band Beardfish’s founder Rikard Sjöblom titled The Unbendable Sleep will be released on February 10th via Gungfly Productions.

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Perth trio Opia have their debut album EON, recorded and engineered at Electric City Studios in North Fremantle, due for release on the 12th of February.

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Andy Strachan

Drummer of The Living End, Andy Strachan has found the time to record and release his first solo self titled EP Andy Strachan out February 5th.


Nicole Car

Australian soprano Nicole Car unveils her debut album: The Kiss recorded September 2015 in the ABC’s Eugene Goossens Hall, Sydney, the album will be available 5 February 2016 through Universal and ABC Music.

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New York based four piece DIIV have premiered their forthcoming sophomore album Is The Is Are to be released on Friday 5th February via Captured Tracks / Remote Control.

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The Cult

The Cult is gearing up to release their 10th studio album, Hidden City, on February 5th. The album completes a trilogy that began with 2007’s Born Into This.


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