New Music Releases – August 3rd to August 9th, 2020
Yet another week has gone by, which means it’s time to discover new music and look at the forefront of what the industry has presented us. This past week has been a fantastic week for new music, which is always a bright spot.
If you’re interested in listening to or buying any of the records or tracks listed below, click on the title of one for a direct link to Amazon. Keep in mind, there are a ton of records and tracks I enjoyed or missed out on that aren’t listed, but these are a few notable selections. Without endlessly ranting too much, let’s dive in.
Adam Amine Daniel, known as Amine, is an incredible rapper, singer, and songwriter who released his debut album, Good for You, in 2017. Amine is back with Limbo, a catchy and lyrically potent record that’s everything to love about the artist.
Delaware hardcore group Year of the Knife has released a brutal and intense hardcore record that’ll spike the interest of anyone into the genre. Although not as innovative or groundbreaking as Underneath by Code Orange, it’s still a great record.
Couldn’t wait to tell you… is the debut album from R&B artist Liv.E, and it doesn’t disappoint. The album is a deep 20 track record that captures in-between feelings amid sensitivity and anticipation. It’s an experimental listen that’s compelling, to say the least.
Buffalo emo-rock outfit Del Paxton has released another single titled Bedtime off their forthcoming release. It’s a great track that’s a part of the modern emo-rock scene and is another representation of why Del Paxton is such a great band.
I haven’t dug a full Mastodon release since their 2009 album Crack the Skye, but their latest track Fallen Torches has piqued my interest quite a bit. It’s a solid progressive metal tune that’ll surely excite any metal or mastodon fan.
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