FYI Schedule of Upcoming Releases, June 21, 2019

Notables with new releases this week include Drivin 'N Cryin, The Raconteurs, Black Pumas, Hot Chip, Mark Ronson, and Willie Nelson, plus reissues from The Rolling Stones, Glen Campbell, Def Leppard, and James Brown. The Canadian contingent is led by Amanda Martinez, Absolutely Free, Richard Reed Parry (pictured), and Daniel Wesley.

FYI Schedule of Upcoming Releases, June 21, 2019

By Kerry Doole

Notable names with new releases this week include Drivin 'N Cryin, The Raconteurs, Black Pumas, Hot Chip, Mark Ronson, and Willie Nelson, plus reissues from The Rolling Stones, Glen Campbell, Def Leppard, and James Brown.

The Canadian contingent is led by Amanda Martinez, Absolutely Free, Daphni, Richard Reed Parry, Shari Ulrich, and Daniel Wesley.


20: Absolutely FreeGeneva Freeport  (indie)

20:  Daphni - Sizzling EP  (indie)

21: Lakou Mizik - HaitiaNol (Cumbancha)

21: Richard Reed Parry -   Quiet River of Dust: Vol. 2  (indie)

21: Harry and the Potters - Lumos (indie)

21: Georgia Anne Muldrow - VWETO II ( Mello Music Group)


21: Shari Ulrich - Back to Shore (Borealis Records)

21: Def Leppard - Def Leppard Vol. 2 (UMC)

21: Version Xcursion (VX) and Amai Kuda - Holding Back EP (SystemEcho Recordings)

21: The Rolling Stones -Bridges To Bremen (Eagle Vision/Universal Music Canada)

21: Drivin 'N Cryin -  Live the Love Beautiful (indie)

21: Sadie Jemmett - Phoenix (TUTD/Absolute Universal)

21: Mark Ronson - Late Night Feelings (RCA Records)

21: Cassius - Dreems

21: Matt Blais - In Shadow and Light (indie)

21: The Raconteurs – HELP US STRANGER (Third Man Records). 

21: Black Pumas - S/T (ATO)

21: James Brown - Get On The Good Foot - vinyl

21: Marshall - Layers (indie)

21: Glen Campbell – The Legacy [1961-2017], (Capitol/UMe)

 21: Teramaze-  Are We Soldiers (Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group)

21: Hot Chip - A Bath Full of Ecstasy (Domino)

21: Fruit Bats - Gold Past Life (Merge)

21: Daniel Wesley - Beach Music (Beachgrove Records)

21: Willie Nelson - Ride Me Back Home (Legacy)

21: The Diplomats of Solid Sound - A Higher Place ( Pravda Records)

21: Amanda Martinez - Libre (Free) -(indie)

27: Scattered Clouds  - Take Away Your Summer (Boiled Records).


28: V Blackburn - Public Figure (indie)

28: Chuck Mead -  Close to Home  (Plowboy Records)

28: Jade Jackson - Wilderness ( ANTI- Records)

28: Erin Durant - Islands ( Keeled Scales)

28: Kete Bowers - Paper Ships (Current Records)

28: Gov’t Mule  Bring On The Music – Live at The Capitol Theatre  (Provogue / Mascot Label Group)

28: Small Glories - Assiniboine & The Red (indie)

28: The Allman Betts Band - Down To The River (BMG) 

28: Chris Stamey - New Songs for the 20th Century (Omnivore Recordings)

28: Night Moves -  Can You Really Find Me (Domino)

28: Blue Moon Marquee - Bare Knuckles & Brawn (indie)

28: The Sly Persuader- Saboteurs (Roadkill Records)

28: David Bowie- The Mercury Demos (Parlophone)

28:  Espanola - S/T (indie)

28: Heather Nova Pearl

28: Jack Barksdale - Live From Niles City (indie)

28: Mark Cline Bates -  King of the Crows

28: Preservation Hall Jazz Band-  So It Is and That’s It!  (Sub Pop)


5: Taffy - Deep Dark Creep Love  (Club AC30)

5: NeckingCut Your Teeth (Mint)

5: Billy Branch - Roots and Branches - The Songs of Little Walter (Alligator)


5: Sarasara - Orgone (One Little Indian Records)

5: San Pedro - The Demon Sessions  (Blindside Records)

5: The Soft Cavalry -S/T (Bella Union)

5: Elliott Sharp - Plastový Hrad (Infrequent Seams)

5: Heather Newman -  Rise From The Flames (indie)

5: Kokoko! - Fongola  (Royal Mountain Records)

5: The Golden Filter Autonomy (4GN3S)

12: Mabel - High Expectations (Polydor Records/Universal Music Canada)

12: 3 Pairs of Boots - Gone South (Indie)

12: Supersonic Blues Machine - Road Chronicles: Live! (Provogue/Mascot Label Group)

12: Tycho - Weather (Indie)

12: Def Con Sound System - Silver Bullets (Stereo Dynamite Recordings)


12: Mal Blum - Pity Boy  (Don Giovanni Records)

12: Dizzy   (Communion & Royal Mountain Records)

12: Smaller Hearts - Honestly  (Indie)

12: Have Gun, Will Travel - Strange Chemistry ( Mile Wide Records)

12: The Magic E's - Into The Fading Light  (Indie)

12: K.Flay -Solutions (Interscope Records)

12: Auras - Binary Garden (Indie)

12: Jessica Heine - Goodbye Party (Fallen Tree Records) 

12: Kyle Craft & Showboat Honey - Showboat Honey (Sub Pop)

12: E.G. Phillips -At Home At Sea (Indie)

12: Hélène Barbier - Have You Met Elliott (Michel Records)

12: AVA - Waves (One Little Indian)

12: METZ -Automat (Sub Pop)

12: The Steel Wheels -Over The Trees (Indie)

12:  Girlfriend Material - Cool Car (Dine Alone)

14:  Boston All-Stars Freeloader - The Path of Least Resistance  (Rum Bar Records)

19: Scott Stapp -The Space between The Shadows (Napalm Records)

19: Ada Lea - we say in private  (Saddle Creek)

19: Mungo's Hi Fi - More Fyah (Scotch Bonnet Records)

19: Ryan Soanes - Hot Girls  (indie)

19: Steve Goodman -  Artistic Hair and Affordable Art (Omnivore)

19: Freya Ridings - S/T (Capitol Records/Good Soldier)

19: Bruno Capinan  - Real (Coax Records)

19: Brian Eno - Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks- Extended Edition (UMC)

19: Sum 41Order In Decline (Hopeless Records)

19: Karen Jonas - Lucky, Revisited (Indie)

19:  Rod Picott - Tell The Truth & Shame The Devil  (Indie)

19: Davina and The Vagabonds - Sugar Drops (Red House)

24: Various Artists - The Pine Mountain Sessions (OK Recordings)

26: Caamp - 'By and By (Indie)

26: Kayla DiamondDirty Laundry ( Pheromone Recordings)

26: Chuck Hawthorne - Fire Out Of Stone (Indie)

26: Daniel Carter, Stelios Mihas, Irma Nejando, Federico Ughi  - Radical Invisibility (577 Records)

26: Violent Femmes  - Hotel Last Resort  [PIAS] 


26: Heartland - I Loved Her First  (Permian Records)

26: laye  - lonesome (Indie)

26: Only Child Tyrant - Time To Run (Indie)

27: Mikey Erg - Waxbuilt Castles (Don Giovanni Records)


2 - NÉRIJA - Blume (Indie)

2: Angela Perley 4:30 (Indie)

2: Cindy Lee Berryhill - Garage Orchestra and Straight Outta Marysville (Omnivore Recordings)

2: Bill Bloomer - Bounty (Indie)

9: Sam Fender - Hypersonic Missiles (Polydor)

9: Marika Hackman  - Any Human Friend (Sub Pop) 

9: Jeremie AlbinoHard Time  (Sleepless Records)

9:  The Nick Moss Band Featuring Dennis Gruenling. -  Lucky Guy!,  (Alligator Records)

16- Eilen Jewell - Gypsy (Signature Sounds)

16: Rae Spoon - Mental Health (Coax Records)

16:  Old Salt Union - Where The Dogs Don't Bite ( Compass Records)

20: Hua Li化力Dynasty (Next Door Records)

23: Shannon Lay - August  (Sub Pop)

23: Crobot - Motherbrain (Mascot Records)

23: Tanya Tucker - While I’m Livin’ (Fantasy Records)

27: HELLYEAH -  Welcome Home ( Eleven Seven Music)

30: Close Talker - How Do We Stay Here? (Slow Weather)

30: !!! -  Wallop (Warp Records)

30: Black Belt Eagle Scout- At the Party With My Brown Friends  (indie)


30: Ezra Furman- Twelve Nudes (Bella Union)


6: Jane Bunnett & MaquequeOn Firm Ground / Tierra Firme ( Linus Entertainment)

6: Chrissie Hynde -Valve Bone Woe

6: RheostaticsHere Come The Wolves (Six Shooter)

13: The Lumineers - III ( Dualtone/eOne) 

13: (Sandy) Alex G  -  House of Sugar (Domino)

13: Hayden Calnin -  A Life You Would Choose (Nettwerk)

13: The Defiants - Zokusho   (indie)

20: Life  A Picture Of Good Health (Afghan Moon / PIAS)

27: Temples - Hot Motion (ATO Records)


1: Linda McRaeGoing to the Well (indie)

11: Catherine MacLellanCoyote (indie)

11:  Malin Pettersen -  Alonesome  (indie)

18: Mark Lanegan - Somebody's Knocking (Heavenly Recordings)

20: Jessica Rhaye - Just Like A Woman - Songs of Bob Dylan 

20: Bruce Cockburn - Crowing Ignites (True North Records )

* Canadian releases are in red

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