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This weekend brings highly anticipated releases from Jimmy Eat World and Korn as well as new music from Saint Motel, The Pretenders, I Prevail, Syd Arthur, Savoy Motel, Leonard Cohen, American Football, Spirit Ice, The Pretty Reckless, Crystal Fighters, Dean Ween Group, The Crocodiles, John K Samson, Hooton Tennis Club, The Radio Dept. & David Crosby.
The alt rock band’s ninth album began with the premiere of the single “Sure and Certain” right here on Kevin & Bean!
They had sold out shows the 23rd at the Roxy and the Troubadour on the 29th.
The nu metal group continues to navigate it’s way through an ever changing scene. Their twelfth release sees them teaming up with Slipknot‘s Corey Taylor on the single “A Different World”. The band also released “Rotting in Vain”.
The hometown heroes continue their rise through the ranks with their 2nd album behind the strength and heavy radio play of their single “Move”.
Since their previous album they’ve played Weenie Roast, Coachella and many more with the success of “My Type“.
The legendary rock band release their first album in 8 years (10th overall) with the producing backing of Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys.
The Michigan post-hardcore group which burst on the scene with their hardcore cover of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” release their debut album. Singles so far off the album are “Scars” & “Come and Get It“.
The England jammers release album four, hoping to build on 2014’s Sound Mirror which saw them perform at Coachella and South by Southwest.
The 70’s infused band from Nashville, TN release their debut album and with it, re-expose the world to a forgotten sound.
The Canadian Rock N Roll Hall of Famer maybe best known for “Hallelujah“, continues to unleash the deep raspy vocal assault at the age of 82. The album has already received glowing reviews from Entertainment Weekly, Consequence of Sound and many more.
American Football releases American Football. The emo band also released their first album, American Football, back in 1999. This is the 2016 American Football. Following along yet? It doesn’t matter, listen below for the beautiful single “I’ve Been So Lost For So Long.”
The side-project/supergroup made of members of Wavves, Sweet Valley & Jeans Wilder find the time in their busy schedule (and touring with Best Coast) to release another album.
The Pretty Reckless of New York, release album three behind the single “Take Me Down”. The band is the creation of Taylor Momsen, who you may know from Gossip Girl or Cindy Lou Who in Ron Howard’s Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
The UK cross-genre mashers continue their Hawaiian infusion on album three following a Coachella performance earlier in the year.
Dean Ween of, you guessed it, Ween returns with his brand new project.
The post indie group, which was created after Some Girls and The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower dissolved, release album six in just seven years with the single “Telepathic Lover”.
The Weakerthans’ lead singer brings together a lot of the former gang for his first record since the group went on hiatus.
The UK indie rock group drops album two behind the single “Katy-Anne Bellis”.
The Swedish synthpop group release album four, hoping to capitalize on the success of the previous album which earned them Swedish Grammy nominations for Album of the Year and Band of the Year.
Rock N Roll Hall of Famer, David Crosby – founder of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills and Nash – releases his fifth album, but throughout his career has released over 20 albums.
Other 10/21 Releases
NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge) – Yes Lawd!
D.R.A.M. – Big Baby D.R.A.M.
Melanie C – Version of Me
Michael Bublé – Nobody but Me
Ronnie Dunn – Tattooed Heart
Tanya Tagaq – Retribution
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By: Chris McLafferty