Thursday, January 13, 2011

New Release Highlights 14th Jan 2011 (17th for the UK)



The first G-Man New Release of the Week in 2011 arrives in the shape of The King Is Dead from The Decemberists.

As usual the good people over at NPR have a link up for a limited period of time to allow streaming of The King Is Dead. Listen Here.

http://www.decemberists.com/
www.myspace.com/thedecemberists

Other releases this weekend...

White Lies - Ritual

Anna Calvi - Anna Calvi

Pearl Jam - Live On Ten Legs

The Sand Band - All Through The Night

Fujiya & Miyagi - Ventriloquizzing

British Sea Power - Valhalla Dancehall

*If anyone is about Cork I recommend popping in to Jim and Albert in Plugd Records. If you do not find any of the above (but you probably will) you definitely find at least one little gem. Plugd Records is located on Caroline Street (off Oliver Plunkett Street facing Cyprus Avenue)

Coming Soon :

Iron & Wine - Kiss Each Other Clean (Jan 21st)
Joan As Police Woman - The Deep Field (Jan 21st)
LCD Soundsystem - London Sessions (Jan 21st)
Gang Of Four - Content (Jan 21st)
The Joy Formidable - The Big Roar (Jan 21st)
Phoenix Foundation - Buffalo (Jan 21st)
Amos Lee - Mission Bell
The Go! Team - Rolling Blackouts (Jan 28th)
Esben And The Witch - Violet Cries (Jan 28th)
Tapes and Tapes - Outside (Jan 28th)
Jonny - Jonny (Jan 28th)

Owensie - Aliens (Feb 4th)
Teddy Thompson - Bella (Feb 4th)
Cut Copy - Zonoscope (Feb 4th)
PJ Harvey - Let England Shake (Feb 11th)
Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will (Feb 11th)
Gruff Rhys - Hotel Shampoo (Feb 11th)
Beady Eye - Different Gear, Still Speeding (Feb 11th)
Earth - Angels of Darkness (Feb 25th)

REM - Collapse Into Now (Mar 4th)
Elbow - Build A Rocket Boys! (Mar 4th)

Panda Bear - Tomboy (April)

Lykke Li - Wounded Rhymes (TBC)
Beirut (TBC)