Thomas Rhett, Jack Johnson, and The National are among the list of artists dropping new albums on September 8, 2017. U Should Buy Rhett’s ‘Life Changes.’
In a quiet release week, LCD Soundsystem makes some noise with its highly anticipated comeback album, ‘American Dream.’ This is the album U should buy.
After a quiet month for new music, the final week of August yields the biggest releases yet, including ‘Villains,’ the new Queens of the Stone Age album U should buy.
‘Rainbow,’ the highly anticipated comeback album from pop artist Kesha, is our pick for the album U Should Buy on Friday, August 11, 2017.
The new Arcade Fire album, ‘Everything Now’ is our pick for the album U Should Buy beginning Friday, July 28, 2017.
Chris Stapleton (‘From A Room: Volume 1’) and Logic (‘Everybody’) highlights new releases arriving Friday, May 5, 2017.
The Return of Gorillaz (‘Humanz’) and Mary J. Blige (‘Strength of a Woman’) highlights new music releases arriving Friday April 28, 2017.
Originally poised to be a slow release date for new music, April 14, 2017 became promising with the announcement of a new Kendrick Lamar album.
Mastodon (‘Emperor of Sand’), Bob Dylan (‘Triplicate’), and Jamiroquai (‘Automaton’) highlight new albums released on March 31, 2017.
Trey Songz (‘Tremaine the Album’) is the main attraction during the penultimate music release Friday in March 2017.