Updated June 23

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Note: Complete updates are posted on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Lighter updates on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.


The Orb  
June 22

Jill Barber

Metaphora (producers: Gus Van Go, Werner F, Likeminds; first single: "Girl's Gotta Do")

Best Coast

Best Kids (kid-friendly Amazon Original album of new songs and covers; first single: "Cats & Dogs")


One (Nashville-based folk/pop quintet; new single: "Free Like a Broken Heart")

Brücken / Froese

Beginn *import* (Claudia Brücken of Propaganda and Jerome Froese, son of the late Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream; includes two cover tracks of Fleetwood Mac's "Gypsy" and "Sara")

Paul Cauthen

Have Mercy (producer: Beau Bedford; first single: "Everybody Walkin' This Land")

Dan + Shay

Dan + Shay (guest: Kelly Clarkson; new single: "Speechless")




Citybeats (their 14th album)

Roger Eno

Dust Of Stars

Jeffrey Foucault

Blood Brothers (guests: Tift Merritt, The Milk Carton Kids' Kenneth Pattengale)

Gang Gang Dance

Kazuashita (New York experimental electronic band's first album in seven years; producer: founding member Brian DeGraw; first single: "Lotus")


Version 2.0 (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (1998 album, nominated for four Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year; remastered, with 10 B-sides, including "Lick the Pavement")

Danny Goffey

Schtick (former Supergrass drummer; producers: Goffey, Simon Byrt; guests: Suede's Brett Anderson, Rialto's Louis Eliot, Insecure Men's Marley Mackey; first single: "Buzzkiller")

Impending Doom

The Sin and Doom Vol. II (California metal veteran; producer: Christopher Eck; new single: "The Wretched and Godless")

Dave Koz and Friends

Summer Horns II: From A To Z (with Gerald Albright, Rick Braun, Richard Elliot and Aubrey Logan; guests: Gloria Estefan, Jonathan Butler, Kenny Lattimore, Sheléa)

Lera Lynn

Plays Well With Others (guests: Rodney Crowell, Shovels & Rope, JD McPherson, Nicole Atkins, Andrew Combs, Peter Bradley Adams, John Paul White, Dylan LeBlanc; new single: "What Is Love")

T. Hardy Morris

Dude, The Obscure (Athens, Ga., rock singer-songwriter; producer: Adam Landry; first single: "Be")

Peter Murphy

5 Albums (five-CD box set features his first five solo albums, from "Should the World Fail to Fall Apart" to "Cascade," with bonus tracks)

Nine Inch Nails

Bad Witch

The Orb

No Sounds Are Out of Bounds (collaborators include Alex Paterson, Thomas Fehlmann, Youth, Roger Eno, Hollie Cook, Guy Pratt, Jah Wobble, etc.; first single: "Doughnuts Forever")

Panic! At The Disco

Pray For The Wicked Pray For The Wicked (producer: Jake Sinclair; new single: "Say Amen [Saturday Night]")


Beautifully Broken (first single: "Beautifully Broken")

The Record Company

All Of This Life (L.A. blues-rock trio; producer: bassist Alex Stiff; first single: "Life to Fix")

Priscilla Renea

Coloured (L.A.-based singer-songwriter has penned hits for Rihanna, Kelly Clarkson, Mary J. Blige, etc.; first singles: "Gentle Hands" and "Heavenly")

Bebe Rexha

Expectations (guests: Florida Georgia Line, Quavo, etc.; new single: "Ferrari")

Swing Out Sister

Almost Persuaded (jazz/pop duo's 10th studio album was released via PledgeMusic late last year; producer: keyboardist Andy Connell; new single: "All In a Heartbeat")

This Wild Life

Petaluma (pop-punk duo)

Various Artists

Vans Warped Tour '18 (51-song compilation, featuring Simple Plan, Less Than Jake, Mayday Parade, Senses Fail, August Burns Red, Every Time I Die, etc.; Target-Exclusive CD)


Errorzone (Massachusetts rock band; producer: Will Putney; first single: "virus://vibrance")


The Broken Instrument (new single: "i. Broken Instrument")

Kamasi Washington

Heaven and Earth (double album; first singles: "Fists of Fury" and "The Space Traveler's Lullaby")

The Wave Pictures

Brushes With Happiness (English rock trio; (first single: "Jim")

James Williamson and the Pink Hearts

Behind The Shade (ex-Stooges guitarist with Petra Haden and Frank Meyer; includes a cover of Alejandro Escovedo's "Died a Little Today"; producer: Williamson)

June 29

The Alarm

Equals (the band's first album in 11 years; producer: George Williams; guest: The Cult's Billy Duffy; first single: "Beautiful")

Jake Allen

Deviant Motions {digital} (multi-instrumentalist/touring member of The Accidentals; guests: Sav Buist and Katie Larson of The Accidentals; first single: "If You Fall Apart")

Buffalo Springfield

What's That Sound? Complete Albums Collection (five-CD box set)

Bullet For My Valentine

Gravity (first single: "Over It")


Chicago II: Live On Soundstage (this live version of the band's classic second album from 1970 was recorded and filmed at WTTW studios as part of PBS' "Soundstage" series)

The Stanley Clarke Band

The Message (guests: Doug E. Fresh, Mark Isham)

John Coltrane

Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album (previously unreleased recordings with McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison and Elvin Jones; Read here; Deluxe Edition, with seven bonus tracks)

Ray Davies

Our Country: Americana Act II (with guitarist Bill Shanley and The Jayhawks again serving as Davies' backing band; first single: "Our Country")

The Essex Green

Hardly Electronic (the Brooklyn trio's first album in 12 years; first single: "Sloane Ranger")

Five Star

Five Star Luxury - The Definitive Anthology 1984-1991 (nine-CD, one-DVD box set, curated by lead singer Denise Pearson, contains all six albums, plus 42 7-inch and 12-inch remixes and 27 music videos)

The Flaming Lips

Seeing The Unseeable: The Complete Studio Recordings of The Flaming Lips 1986-1990 (six-CD box set), Scratching the Door: The First Recordings of The Flaming Lips (19 songs)

Florence + The Machine

High As Hope (producers: Florence, Emile Haynie; guests: Kamasi Washington, Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr, Kelsey Lu, Jamie xx; first single: "Hunger")


The Now Now (producers: Gorillaz, James Ford, Remi Kabaka; guests: George Benson, Snoop Dogg, Jamie Principle; first single: "Humility")

Guns N' Roses

Appetite For Destruction (Deluxe Edition) (1988 album; remastered, with 18 bonus tracks, seven of them previously unreleased, including "Shadow of Your Love"); Target-Exclusive Deluxe Edition, with iron-on patch)

Indigo Girls

Indigo Girls Live with The University of Colorado Symphony Orchestra (two-CD set, recorded in 2017)

The Innocence Mission

Sun on the Square (first single: "Green Bus")

The Interrupters

Fight The Good Fight (L.A. ska-punk band; guests: Rancid; first single: "She's Kerosene")

Jim James

Uniform Distraction (member of My Morning Jacket; first single: "Just a Fool")

Kittel & Co.

Whorls (contemprary string quintet led by Jeremy Kittel, formerly of Turtle Island Quartet; Kittel was forced to reschedule April and May tour dates after breaking his left arm; first single: "Pando")

Let's Eat Grandma

I'm All Ears (experimental pop duo; (new single: "Falling Into Me")

Tony Lewis

Out Of The Darkness (lead singer-bassist of The Outfield; his debut solo album; producer: Lewis; first single: "Into the Light")

Charles Lloyd & The Marvels + Lucinda Williams

Vanished Gardens (producers: Lloyd, Dorothy Darr, Don Was; first single: "We've Come Too Far To Turn Around")

Ryan Martin

Gimme Some Light (NYC-based singer-songwriter; first single: "Death of Love")

The Milk Carton Kids

All The Things That I Did And All The Things That I Didn't Do (first single: "One More For the Road")

Robet Miller's Project Grand Slam

Trippin' {digital} (10 new original songs by Miller, plus a cover of The Who's "I Can't Explain")

Peter More

Beautiful Disrepair (Austin singer-songwriter; producer: Donald Fagen)

The Night Flight Orchestra

Sometimes The World Is Enough (Swedish hard rock band; first single: "This Time")

The Ones You Forgot

Too Afraid To Say {digital} (six-song EP; producer: Rob Freeman; first single: "Here Forever")

Carl Palmer

Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy Live (CD/DVD set features "Live in New York 2014" CD and the two-hour DVD "Pictures At An Exhibition &endash; A Tribute to Keith Emerson, Live in Miami 2016"; with Simon Fitzpatrick on guitar and Paul Bielatowicz on bass; guests: Steve Hackett, Mark Stein, David Frangioni)


A Matter Of Time (Jamaican reggae artist; producer: Winta James; guests: Chronixx, Mortimer; new single: "No Guarantee")

Sons Of Bill

Oh God Ma'am (Virginia-based band of brothers; producer: Phil Ek; first single: "Believer / Pretender")

Smash Mouth

Fush Yu Mang (20th Anniversary Edition) (1998 album, featuring "Walkin' on the Sun"; remastered, with a bonus acoustic version of the entire album and four extra B-sides)

Them Are Us Too

Amends {digital} (six-song EP is the Bay Area dream-pop duo's first and final recordings since the death of Cash Askew in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland two years ago; first single: "Grey Water")

The Wild Feathers

Greetings From the Neon Frontier (producer: Jay Joyce; first single: "Big Sky")

Wild Moccasins

Look Together (Houston indie pop quartet)


Yes: The Steven Wilson Remixes {Vinyl} (six-LP box set, featuring "The Yes Album," "Fragile," "Close to the Edge," "Tales From Topographic Oceans" and "Relayer")

July 6

The Bamboos

Night Time People (Melbourne funk and soul collective; first single: "Lit Up")

The Beatles

Yellow Submarine {Vinyl} (limited edition 7-inch single picture disc to celebrate the song's 50th anniversary, with "Eleanor Rigby" on the B-side)


Outlaws 'Til The End, Vol. 1 (outlaw country covers album, featuring guests John Carter Cash, Randy Blythe, Hank3, Ana Cristina Cash, Lamb of God's Mark Morton, Lee Ving of Fear, Wednesday13, Burton C. Bell of Fear Factory, Brock Lindow of 36 Crazyfists; producer: Steve Evetts)

Danny Elfman

Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (directed and screenplay written by Gus Van Sant; cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Jonah Hill, Rooney Mara, Jack Black, etc.; opens July 13)


World Be Live (a 24-track live album recorded in London in February during the band's World Be Gone tour)

Tom Grennan

Lighting Matches (U.K. singer-songwriter; producers: Fraser T. Smith, Dan Grech; new single: "Sober")

Kissin' Dynamite

Ecstasy (German rockers; producer: singer Hannes Braun; new single: "Ecstasy")

Henry Mancini

The Classic Soundtrack Collection 1958-1963 (eight complete film scores, plus bonus cuts, on four CDs)

The Nude Party

The Nude Party (six-member rock band from Boone, N.C.; producer: Oakley Munson of Black Lips; first single: "Chevrolet Van")

Sammy Strittmatter

Get Out Of The City (L.A.-based singer-songwriter; producers: Strittmatter, Salim Nourallah; first single: "All I Hear Is Go")

Years & Years

Palo Santo (new single: "Sanctify")

July 13

Tom Bailey

Science Fiction (his first solo album; producers: Bailey, Hal Ritson; new single: "What Kind of World")

Rayland Baxter

Wide Awake (producer: Butch Walker; guests: Dr. Dog's Eric Slick, Cage the Elephant's Nick Bockrath, etc.; first single: "Casanova")

Elvin Bishop's Big Fun Trio

Something Smells Funky 'Round Here" (producers: Bishop, Steve Savage)

Body / Head

The Switch (Kim Gordon and Bill Nace; producer: Justin Pizzoferrato; first single: "You Don't Need")

Jenn Champion

Single Rider (producer: Brian Fennell; first single: "O.M.G. [I'm All Over It]")


Death Lust (aka Canadian rocker Brandon Williams; first single: "Children")

Jon Cleary

Dyna-Mite (Grammy-winning, New Orleans-based pianist-songwriter; first single: "Dyna-Mite")

Cowboy Junkies

All That Reckoning (first single: "All That Reckoning, Pt. 1")

Rodney Crowell

Acoustic Classics (stripped-down versions of songs he wrote, including "Shame on the Moon," "Making Memories of Us," "Please Remember Me," etc.; first single: "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight")

Mikaela Davis

Delivery (indie rock harpist, pianist and singer; producer: John Congleton; guests: The Staves; first single: "Delivery")


Ordinary Corrupt Human Love (producer: Jack Shirley; first single: "Honeycomb")

Dirty Projectors

Lamp Lit Prose (guests: Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold, Syd, Rostam, Empress Of, Amber Mark, Dear Nora; first single: "Break-Thru")

Jim Gaffigan

Noble Ape (his sixth stand-up special debuts in theaters on July 13)

Grateful Dead

Anthem of the Sun (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (1968 album; two CDs; 12-inch Picture Disc)

The Jayhawks

Backroads and Abandoned Motels (producers: Gary Louris, John Jackson, Ed Ackerson)


KIDZ BOP 38 (Target-Exclusive CD, with four extra songs)

Simon Love

Sincerely, S. Love x


Sculptor (Australian indie-folk duo; first single: "Heist")

Miss Red

K.O. (Israeli dancehall MC Sharon Stern; producer: Kevin Martin, aka The Bug; first single: "Dagga")

Meli'sa Morgan

Love Demands (six original songs, with covers of Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, etc., plus two bonus tracks)

The Ophelias

Almost (Cincinnati indie-rock quartet; producer: Yoni Wolf; first single: "Fog")

Real Friends

Composure (producer: Mike Green; first single: "Smiling On the Surface")

Slightly Stoopid

Everyday Life, Everyday People (producers: Slightly Stoopid, James M. Wisner, George Spits, Michael "Miguel" Happoldt, Jerry Wonda, Colin "Bulby" York; guests: Ali Campbell, Alborosie, G. Love, Chali 2na, Don Carlos, Yellowman, Sly Dunbar; first single: "If You Want It")

Various Artists

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (sequel to the 2008 film opens July 20 and stars Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Cher, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Christine Baranski, Lily James, Julie Walters, Stellan Skarsgård and Dominic Cooper)

Rhonda Vincent & The Rage

Rhonda Vincent & The Rage with Bluegrass Legends: Live At The Ryman (recorded on July 14, 2016, with guests Jesse McReynolds, Mac Wiseman, Bobby Osborne and Sonny Osborne)


Garbage People (Seattle punk trio; first single: "Garbage People")

July 20

The Agony Scene

Tormentor (the metalcore band's first album since 2007; first single: "Hand of the Divine")

Rick Astley

Beautiful Life *import*


Prisma Tropical {digital} (San Juan-via-Brooklyn electronic indie band; producer: Lawson White; guests: Antibalas Horns, Henry Cole; first single: "El Espanto")

Paul Carrack

These Days


Hot Streets (1978 album, featuring "Alive Again" and "No Tell Lover"; remastered by Joe Reagoso from the original Chicago Records tapes; with a bonus alternate vocal version of "Love Was New")

Gentle Giant

I Lost My Head: The Chrysalis Years (1975-1980) (four-CD box set)

Goo Goo Dolls

The Audience Is This Way (10-track live album recorded by John Schimke; producers: John Rzeznik, Chris Szczech, Brad Fernquist)

The Internet

Hive Mind (producers: The Internet; new single: "Come Over")


Light Of Mine (guests: 2 Chainz, Kehlani, Khalid, Alessia Cara, Sophia Black, Take 6, Avery Wilson)

Loria McKenna

The Tree (producer: Dave Cobb; first single: "People Get Old")

Meg Myers

Take Me To The Disco (producer: Christian "Leggy" Langdon; first single: "Numb")


Across The Meridian {digital} (the experimental British pop group's first album since 2007; first single: "Shimmer and Disappear")

Public Image Ltd

The Public Image Is Rotten: Songs From the Heart (five-CD, two-DVD box set)

Ty Segall & White Fence

Joy (first single: "Good Boy")


Devouring Radiant Light (recorded by Converge guitarist and engineer Kurt Ballou; first single: "Fen of Shadows")

Soul Asylum

Made To Be Broken (1986 album, produced by Bob Mould; remastered, with 15 bonus tracks)


Other Nature (Austin indie rockers; producer: Stuart Sikes)

Various Artists

NOW That's What I Call Music! 100 *import* (two CDs)

July 27

All Saints

Testament {digital} (first single: "Love Lasts Forever")

Kenny Chesney

Songs For The Saints (producers: Buddy Cannon, Chesney; first single: "Get Along")


Cage To Rattle (first singles: "Backbone" and "Deep End")

Thomas Dolby

Hyperactive (two-CD best-of)

RL Grime

Nova (his first album in four years; guests: Miguel, Julia Michaels, Jeremih, Tory Lanez, Chief Keef, Ty Dolla $ign, Daya, Joji, etc.; new single: "Undo")


Vicious (producer: Nick Raskulinecz; first single: "Uncomfortable")


Fur Alle ("For Everyone") (11 tracks)

Molly Hatchet

Fall of the Peacemakers 1980-1985 (four-CD clamshell box set includes the albums "Take No Prisoners," "No Guts … No Glory," "The Deed Is Done" and "Double Trouble Live")

Israel Nash

Lifted (producers: Nash, Ted Young; first single: "Rolling On")


Kult 45 (includes a cover of Rage Against the Machine's "Wake Up"; producers: OTEP)

Rise Against

The Ghost Note Symphonies, Vol I

Boz Scaggs

Out Of The Blues (producer: Scaggs; guests: Ray Parker Jr., Doyle Bramhall II, Charlie Sexton, Willie Weeks, Jim Keltner, Jim Cox, Jack Walroth; first single: "Rock and Stick")


ShadowParty (synthpop quartet; guests: Denise Johnson, The Verve guitarist Nick McCabe; first single: "Celebrate")

Dee Snider

For The Love Of Metal (producer: Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta; guests: former Killswitch Engage singer Howard Jones, Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton, Arch Enemy vocalist Alissa White-Gluz, etc.)

Nik Turner and Youth

Pharaohs From Outer Space {digital} (first single: "Heruxuti," feat. Adamski)

August 3

Peabo Bryson

Stand For Love (producers: Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, who founded Perspective Records; first single: "Love Like Yours and Mine"; guests: Gary Clark, Chanté Moore)

Shemekia Copeland

America's Child (producer: Will Kimbrough; guests: John Prine, Emmylou Harris, Steve Cropper, Mary Gauthier, Rhiannon Giddens, Gretchen Peters, J.D. Wilkes, etc.)

Electric Light Orchestra

Secret Messages {Vinyl} (1983 album; 150-gram double LP, with six bonus tracks)


Golden Age (their first album without Katie Toupin, who left in 2016 to pursue a solo career; first single: "This Party")


Living In Extraordinary Times (producers: Charlie Andrew, Beni Giles; first single: "Hank")

Jim Lauderdale

Time Flies (his 31st album; producers: Lauderdale, Jay Weaver; guests: Charles Odie Blackmon, Mando Saenz, Pete Bernhard)

The Love Language

Baby Grand


Among the Ghosts (recorded live at Sam Phillips Recording Service in Memphis; producer: Matt Ross-Spang; new single: "For the Lonely Ones")

Jessica Meuse

Halfhearted {digital} (finished fourth on season 13 of "American Idol"; first single: "Love Her Better")


Certain Kind Of Magic {digital} (Canadian electronic producer; guests: Kotek, Deathpact, 13, Fytch, 1788-L; first single: "Witching Hour")

Amanda Shires

To The Sunset (producer: Dave Cobb; guest: husband Jason Isbell; first single: "Leave It Alone")


Original Human Music (led by Living Colour's Corey Glover and guitarist George Lynch; first single: "Walk Run Crawl")

August 10

Liz Cooper and the Stampede

Window Flowers (Nashville-based band; first single: "Mountain Man")

Jason Eady

I Travel On (first single: "Calaveras County")

Enuff Z'Nuff

Diamond Boy (first single: "Metalheart")

Robbie Fulks & Linda Gail Lewis

Wild! Wild! Wild! (producer: Fulks; first single: "Wild Wild Wild")

Shooter Jennings

Shooter (producer: Dave Cobb; first single: "Fast Horses & Good Hideouts")

Miles Kane

Coup De Grace (The Last Shadow Puppets co-frontman; producer: John Congelton; first single: "Loaded," co-written with Lana Del Rey and Jamie T)


Politics Of Living (new single: "Brother")

Dawn Landes

Meet Me At The River (producer: Fred Foster; guests: Bobby Bare, Charlie McCoy, Eddie Bayers, Bobby Wood; first single: "What Will I Do")

The Magpie Salute

High Water I (featuring ex-Black Crowes members; producer: Rich Robinson; recorded at Dark Horse Studios in Nashville; first single: "Send Me An Omen")

Nicki Minaj

Queen (new singles: "Chun-Li" and "Barbie Tingz")

Mountain Heart

Soul Searching (guests: Ronnie Bowman, Kenny Malone, Stuart Duncan, Scott Vestal; first single: "More Than I Am")

Jason Mraz

Know (new single: "Unlonely")

Gilbert O'Sullivan

Gilbert O'Sullivan (producer: Ethan Johns; first single: "Where Did You Go To?")

Elvis Presley

Where No One Stands Alone (14-song gospel collection features newly recorded instrumentation, rare alternate vocals from Presley and a "reimagined duet" with daughter Lisa Marie on the title track; producers: Joel Weinshanker, Lisa Marie Presley, Andy Child)

Primal Fear

Apocalypse (producer: bassist-vocalist Mat Sinner)

Jake Shears

Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters singer; first single: "Creep City")

Various Artists

The Great American Songbook: The Classic Songs of George Gershwin (two-CD, 41-song collection features recordings by Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Peggy Lee, Fred Astaire, Nat King Cole, Nina Simone, etc.)

Various Artists

Pope Francis: A Man of His Word (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Wim Wenders documentary opened May 18; music by Laurent Petitgand; spoken words by Pope Francis, Wim Wenders and Patti Smith)

Rhett Walker Band

Rhett Walker Band {digital} (six-song EP; first single: "Say Hello")

The War And Treaty

Healing Tide (Southern rock-n-folk duo Michael and Tanya Trotter; producer: Buddy Miller; guests: Emmylou Harris, Sam Bush, Brady Blade, Adam Chaffins, Jim Hoke, Russ Pahl; first single: "Healing Tide")

August 17

Blue October

I Hope You're Happy

Dillon Carmichael

Hell On An Angel (nephew of John Michael Montgomery and Montgomery Gentry's Eddie Montgomery; producer: Dave Cobb)

Circles Around The Sun

Let It Wander (double album; guest: Chuck D; first single: "Immovable Object")

The Coral

Move Through The Dawn (first single: "Sweet Release")

Death Cab For Cutie

Thank You For Today (their first album without Chris Walla; producer: Rich Costey; first single: "Gold Rush")

Neil Diamond

Hot August Night III (recorded live at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles in August 2012, 40 years after his multiplatinum-selling "Hot August Night" was recorded at the same venue in 1972)


Under My Skin (her first album in 11 years; producer: Steve Chrisanthou; first single: "Show Me")

Ariana Grande

Sweetener (her fourth album and her first since the terrorist bombing at her Manchester concert last May; producers: Pharrell Williams, Max Martin; new single: "the light is coming," feat. Nicki Minaj)

Il Divo

Timeless (producer: Alberto Quinteros)

Anna Meredith

Anno (British electronic musician; features original compositions by Meredith, along with pieces from Antonio Vivaldi's The Four Seasons)


Be The Cowboy (producer: Patrick Hyland; first single: "Geyser")

Oh Sees

Smote Reverser (first single: "Overthrown")

Our Girl

Stranger Today (London-based trio; new single: "I Really Like It")

Trevor Powers

Mulberry Violence (formerly Youth Lagoon; first single: "Playwright")


Color The Weather (Baton Rouge-based producer James Prudhomme; guests: Georgia, Casey Manierka, Yung Lean)

Cole Swindell

All Of It (new single: "The Ones Who Got Me Here")

August 24

Ólafur Arnalds

re:member" (Icelandic composer uses his pioneering Stratus software to turn the piano into two "self-playing, semi-generative player pianos")

Andrew Bayer

In My Last Life (guest: Alison May; first single: "Immortal Lover")

BC Camplight

Deportation Blues (singer/multi-instrumentalist Brian Christinzio)

The Devil Makes Three

Chains Are Broken (producer: Ted Hutt; first single: "Paint My Face")

Neil & Liam Finn

Light Sleeper (Liam's mother, Sharon Finn, plays bass and brother Elroy Finn is on drums; guest: Mick Fleetwood; first single: "Back to Life")


Marauder (producer: Dave Fridmann; first single: "The Rover")


Woman Worldwide (first single: "Stop")

Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood

With Animals (first single: "Save Me")


X (new singles: "Chaos and Earthquakes" and "Dodge Your Destiny")

Plain White T's

Parallel Universe (new singles: "Bonnie I Want You" and "Your Body")

White Denim

Performance (Austin indie-rock quartet; first single: "Magazin")

August 31

Anna Calvi

Hunter (her backing band on the album includes Portishead's Adrian Utley and the Bad Seeds' Martyn Casey; producer: Nick Launay; first single: "Don't Beat the Girl Out of My Boy")


Chicago II: Collector's Edition (box set includes the 1970 album on CD and double vinyl, remixed by Steven Wilson, plus their "Live On Soundstage" performance on CD and DVD)

Darwin Deez

10 Songs That Happened When You Left Me With My Stupid Heart (first single: "The World's Best Kisser")

Depeche Mode

A Broken Frame | The 12" Singles [Vinyl] (five-LP box set, with an exclusive poster and download cards), Speak & Spell | The 12" Singles [Vinyl] (five-LP box set, with an exclusive poster and download cards)

Jonathan Jeremiah

Good Day (London-born singer-songwriter; recorded at Ray Davies' Konk Studios)

The Kooks

Let's Go Sunshine (new singles: "No Pressure" and "All the Time")

Amos Lee

My New Moon (producer: Tony Berg; guests: multi-instrumentalists Ethan Gruska and Blake Mills, keyboardists Benmont Tench and Patrick Warren, pedal steel guitarist Greg Leisz; strings by Rob Moose)

Nick Mason

Unattended Luggage (three-disc box set of the Pink Floyd drummer's solo albums, 1981's Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports and 1985's Profiles and the 1987 soundtrack White of the Eye, with 10cc guitarist Rick Fenn)

Naked Eyes

Naked Eyes (2018 Remaster) (1983 album; with bonus Jellybean remixes of "Always Something There To Remind Me" and "Promises, Promises" feat. Madonna)


Runaway (producers: Passenger, Chris Vallejo; first single: "Hell or High Water")

Madeleine Peyroux

Anthem (producer: Larry Klein; first single: "On My Own")

Troye Sivan

Bloom (first single: "Bloom")

Meghan Trainor

Treat Myself (first single: "No Excuses")

Various Artists

King of the Road: A Tribute to Roger Miller (two-CD, 36-song set; producers: Miller's son Dean Miller, Cole Wright; contributors: Ringo Starr, Dolly Parton, Dwight Yoakam, Eric Church, John Goodman, Loretta Lynn, Lyle Lovett, Kacey Musgraves, Brad Paisley, Rodney Crowell, etc.)

Wild Nothing

Indigo (producer: Jorge Elbrecht; first single: "Letting Go")


Amber Arcades

European Heartbreak (Dutch-born musician Annelotte De Graaf)

Craig Armstrong

Sun On You (award-winning film composer; featuring Jonathan Morton, Tristan Gurney, Catherine Marwood, Alison Lawrance, Diane Clark, Cecilia Weston; first single: "If You Should Fall")

Lauren Balthrop

This Time Around (producer: Josh Kaufman; first single: "Down")

Barenaked Ladies

Stunt (20th Anniversary Edition) (1998 album, featuring "One Week"; remastered, with bonus tracks and a DVD featuring the 1999 documentary "Barenaked in America" about the band's "Stunt" tour directed by longtime fan Jason Priestley)

Mandy Barnett

Strange Conversation

Brant Bjork

Mankind Woman (drummer and founder of Kyuss; producer: Bjork)

The Blinders

Columbia (British trio; producer: Gavin Monaghan; first single: "L'etat C'est Moi")


Book of Bad Decisions (producer: Vance Powell; first single: "Gimme the Keys")

Ben Danaher

Still Feel Lucky (Texas-raised, Nashville-based country-rock singer-songwriter; producer: Michael Webb)

The Durutti Column

Without Mercy (1984 album; four-CD expanded edition, with "Live in London 1984" and "Live in Oslo 1986")

Renée Fleming

Broadway (the opera star, who's playing Nettie Fowler in the Broadway revival of "Carousel," records an album of showtunes with the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Rob Fisher; guest: Leslie Odom Jr.)

Good Charlotte

Generation Rx (first single: "Actual Pain")

Paul McCartney

Egypt Station (producer: Greg Kurstin; new singles: "I Don't Know" and "Come On to Me")

Macy Gray

Ruby (first single: "Sugar Daddy," co-written with Meghan Trainor, Bianca "Blush" Atterberry, Tommy "TB Hits" Brown and Thomas Lumpkins)

Hardcore Superstar

You Can't Kill My Rock 'n Roll (new single: "Electric Rider")

Amy Helm

This Too Shall Light (producer: Joe Henry; first single: "This Too Shall Light")

Human Touch

Promise Not To Fail {digital} (Portland electro-pop singer-producer Natalia Rogovin; new single: "Living Young")

Lenny Kravitz

Raise Vibration (his first album in four years; first single: "It's Enough")

Led Zeppelin

The Song Remains the Same (Super Deluxe Edition) (1976 album; remastered two-CD, four-LP, three-DVD box set; Vinyl, four-LP box set)

Chris Liebing

Burn Slow {digital} (guests: Gary Numan, Cold Cave, Polly Scattergood, Ralf Hildenbeutal, Miles Cooper Seaton, Aleen; new single: "Polished Chrome [The Friend Pt. 1])

The London Suede

The Blue Hour (producer: Alan Moulder)


Double Negative (producer: B.J. Burton)


Live In Glasgow (1993 album; remastered)

Monster Truck

True Rockers (producers: Dan Weller, Gavin Brown, Maia Davies; guest: Dee Snider; first single: "Evolution")

The Night Game

The Night Game (producer: Francois Tetaz; guests/collaborators: Gotye, Chairlift's Caroline Polachek, Kirin J. Callinan; new single: "American Nights")


Monsters Exist (first single: "Tiny Foldable Cities")


Piano & A Microphone 1983 (nine previously unheard songs recorded at his home studio while he was putting together "Purple Rain")

Nile Rodgers & Chic

It's About Time (new single: "Till the World Falls," feat. Vic Mensa, Mura Masa and Cosha)


Toast to Our Differences (guests: Macklemore, Jess Glynne, Dan Caplen, James Arthur, Maleek Berry, Raye, Raphaella, Maverick Sabre, Kojey Radical, Yebba, Kevin Garre)

Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators

Living The Dream (producer: Michael "Elvis" Baskette)

Soft Cell

Keychains & Snowstorms: The Soft Cell Story (nine-CD, one-DVD box set featuring remastered versions of their early '80s 12-inch single A-sides, remastered B-sides, new versions and extended versions of Soft Cell fan favorites, unreleased material, live recordings, a David Ball-directed 12-suite continuous mix of Soft Cell hits, BBC performances, plus the "Non-Stop Exotic Video Show," music videos and TV appearances)


And Nothing Hurt (first single: "I'm Your Man")

The Stray Birds

Let It Pass (first single: "Nothing to Say About It Now")

Sam Sweeney

The Unfinished Violin (British alt-folk violinist; an album of instrumental music inspired by World War I; first single: "Highland Soldier")

Carrie Underwood

Cry Pretty (producers: Underwood, David Garcia; first single: "Cry Pretty")

Uriah Heep

Living The Dream (producer: Jay Ruston)

Various Artists

120 Years of Deutsche Grammophon - The Anniversary Edition (122-CD box set)

Robert Walker's 20th Congress

Spacesuit (first single: "Current Futures")

Tony Joe White

Bad Mouthin' (on his 20th album, the "Polk Salad Annie" singer covers some blues classics, along with never-before-released self-penned songs; producer: son Jody White; first single: "Bad Mouthin'")

Ann Wilson

Immortal (a collection of songs by artists who have died in the past few years, including Leonard Cohen, David Bowie, Tom Petty, Chris Cornell, Lesley Gore and Amy Winehouse; producer: original Heart producer Mike Flicker)