PRESS PLAY: New Albums out September 8th - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

Hard to believe but we’ve arrived at another Friday, and this one packs another bounty of new albums from XPN favorites. Recent World Café guests (and upcoming XPNFest barnstormers) Low Cut Connie embrace the taboo for a set of dramatic anthems on Art Dealers. Another imminent XPNFest guest, Allison Russell expands her sound on The Returner, blending her signature folk style with new wave edge. As one-third of The xx, Romy’s voice has already been at the center of over a decade’s worth of inventive dance music; her solo debut, Mid Air, is a joyous and personal collection.

Producer extraordinaire Jonathan Wilson combines richly layered instrumentation with detailed, abstract lyrics on his fifth album, Eat the Worm. Built around heavily processed vocals and warped, percussive guitar, Anjimile’s The King is a bold move for the North Carolina musician’s second LP. For decades, The Handsome Family have been favorites of folks like Jeff Tweedy and Phoebe Bridgers; the duo’s 11th album, Hollow, cements their place as titans of surreal Americana. The legacy and versatility of singer-songwriter Leon Russell is honored by Orville Peck, Margo Price, and more on the eclectic tribute A Song for Leon.

PRESS PLAY on these new releases below. Listen for spotlights on new records like these (and more) every Friday on the XPN Morning Show and Indie Rock Hit Parade.

Low Cut ConnieArt Dealers
CHECK OUT: “Are You Gonna Run?” “Whips and Chains”

Allison RussellThe Returner
CHECK OUT: “Stay Right Here” “The Returner”

RomyMid Air
CHECK OUT: “Love Her” “The Sea”

Jonathan WilsonEat the Worm
CHECK OUT: “Charlie Parker” “Marzipan”

AnjimileThe King
CHECK OUT: “Animal” “Black Hole”

The Handsome FamilyHollow
CHECK OUT: “Joseph” “The King of Everything”

Various Artists – A Song for Leon
CHECK OUT: Orville Peck – “This Masquerade” U.S. Girls “Superstar (feat. Bootsy Collins)”

A.R. KaneA.R. Kive (1988 – 1989), Al StewartSongs on the Radio: The Complete U.S. Singles 1974-1981, Alabaster DePlumeCome with Fierce Grace, Andy TaylorMan’s a Wolf to a Man, ÁsgeirTime on My Hands (Lo-Fi Version), Ashley McBrydeThe Devil I Know, Betty DavisBetty Davis (Reissue) / Crashin’ from Passion (Reissue) / Is it Love or Desire? (Reissue) / They Say I’m Different (Reissue), The Chemical BrothersFor That Beautiful Feeling, Coach PartyKILLJOY, Courtney BarnettEnd of the Day (Music from the Film Anonymous Club), DaiistarGood Time, DeeperCareful!, The DoorsLive at the Matrix 1967: The Original Masters, Fleetwood MacRumours Live, Heavy MakeupHeavy Makeup, Irreversible EntanglementsProtect Your Light, Jalen NgondaCome Around and Love Me, James BlakePlaying Robots Into Heaven, Joan OsborneNobody Owns You, John FaheyProofs and Refutations, John Mayall & the BluesbreakersLive in 1967: Volume Three (Reissue), Kristin HershClear Pond Road, Logan LedgerGolden State, MAVICAsometimes a person never comes back (but that’s okay), MorphineLike Swimming (Reissue) / The Night (Reissue), Nanci GriffithWorking in Corners, Noah GundersenIf This is the End, Olivia RodrigoGUTS, The Postal ServiceEverything Will Change, Public Service BroadcastingThis New Noise, Róisín Murphy – Hit Parade, Royal BloodBack to the Water Below, SparklehorseBird Machine, Steep Canyon RangersMorning Shift, The String Cheese IncidentLend Me a Hand, Super Furry AnimalsPhantom Power (Reissue), Tim Kinsella and Jenny PulseGiddy Skelter, Tyler ChildersRustin’ in the Rain, VLayover, The Wonder YearsThe Greatest Generation (10th Anniversary Edition), ZeusCredo, ZZ WardDirty Shine

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