Cage The Elephant Tell Me I'm Pretty Fourth album from Kentucky's Cage The Elephant produced by Black Keys‘ Dan Auerbach Cage the Elephant continue to bring the heat singles-wise with 'Mess Around' and 'Trouble', the latter a wickedly left-field dirge that sees Shultz hush up his usually manic delivery. Slower cuts like the gorgeous 'How Are You True' prove that Melophobia’s restraint is here to stay, the livelier moments moving with the humble, rootsy swagger of a band like White Denim or, funnily enough, The Black Keys, who’s lead man Dan Auerbach oversees production here. Given that, Tell Me I’m Pretty is a warmer sounding record than their last three, the more abrasive, eccentric approach to production on Melophobia traded in for the typical fuzzy, layered mesh of a late-era Black Keys record. RCA CD | LP
Evanescence The Bitter Truth The new album from Evanescence, the band's first record of original music in over a decade! "It's been a really long time since we've put out a full new album, so it's important that we kind of do it all and use all of the parts that make up our sound, if that makes sense," she continued. "One of the things that we've been kind of aiming towards is taking the elements of what maybe are things that make up our sound and try to separate them and give each of them their own space. So some of the songs don't have strings and are fully rocking and heavy. And then some of the songs might be really in the electronic zone, and something might be more on the orchestral side. But overall, definitely coming off of what we just came off of, it's gonna be a rock record." RCA CD | LP Pre-Order
Miley Cyrus Plastic Hearts Hold tight for details of an LP release. Track listing to follow. The 7th full length album from the inimitable and iconic Miley Cyrus. Includes Miley's summer hit, 'Midnight Sky' and her critically acclaimed live covers of Blondie's 'Heart of Glass' and The Cranberries' 'Zombie' which are being referred to as the dawn of Miley Cyrus' best era, with her voice being hailed as perfectly suited for Rock & Roll. These raw and raucous renditions of classic hits that Miley has made her own are a taste of what is to come with her seventh studio album, Plastic Hearts, that includes 12 original songs. RCA CD
A$AP Ferg Trap Lord Debut album from A$AP mob member A$AP Ferg which features guest appearances from Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Onyx, Waka Flocka Flame, fellow crew member A$AP Rocky and many more. https://www.facebook.com/pages/AAP-Ferg/120425698128578 RCA Records CD | LP
Muna About U The debut album from the LA trio, Muna. Ice-cold and emotionally charged pop, if the album follows on from the singles then we can expect it to be full of infectious hooks and melodies layered with soft 80s inspired synths and Imogen Heap esque harmonies. All of MUNA’s songs do, really, and nearly every one of them launches with a huge hook, incorporates soul, funk, pop, and rock, and grapples with emotions that feel like they’ll endure longer than eternity. RCA CD | LP
Pink Hurts 2B Human Double LP is packaged with a foil embossed sleeve. The eighth full length album from P!nk. following on from 2017's Beautiful Trauma. RCA CD | LP
Candy Bowman I Wanna Feel Your Love / Since I Found You (Love Is Better Than Ever) [RSD19] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2019. Any remaining stock will be available online from Saturday 20th April, strictly one per customer. Candy Bowman's one and only solo 12" from back in '81, housing a funk flavoured, dancefloor disco triumph and a slice of mid tempo R&B smoothness. Remastered RCA 12" RSD 2019
The Main Ingredient Happiness Is Just Around The Bend / Evening of Love Some records are timeless and never age - "Happiness Is Just Around The Bend" by The Main Ingredient is one of those records. Originally released in 1974, "Happiness" was a record before it's time - had it been released a year later it would undoubtedly have been one of the first 12" discs - so as a result, most discerning DJs at the time chose to play the album cut. The song is actually a cover of UK Prog-Jazz band Brian Auger's Oblivion Express's version from the year before but Main Ingredient took the song to a whole new level and, 44 years later, it has become one of the most revered dance tunes of all-time. RCA 12"