New Releases 3.1.11 - Devotchka, Lucinda Williams and an indie "supergroup"


We've got a good number of larger releases today from the likes of Devotchka (read the review here), Lucinda Williams, and Mike Watt, but I'm hearing that the ones to watch this week are the new releases from the Dum Dum Girls, and the Deer-Tickish "supergroup" Middle Brother. Made up of the lead singers of the bands Deer Tick, Dawes, and  Delta Spirit the Middle Brother project sure SEEMS promising, but knowing how these things go we'll just have to wait and see. After a cursory listen this afternoon all I can say is that it sounds like Deer Tick with some other guys singing. Which isn't bad. Usually. I'll be getting into the album more in depth later on in the week. Until then, here's your pickings for the week.

 

Acrylics (Brooklyn duo) - Lives and Treasure

Alexander (Alexander Ebert, lead singer of Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros) - Alexanderÿ

Marsha Ambrosius (of Floetry) - Late Nights & Early Mornings

American Heritage - Sedentary

Beady Eye (offshoot of Oasis, led by Liam Gallagher) - Different Gear, Still Speeding

Big Head Blues Club - 100 Years of Robert Johnson

Blessid Union of Souls - The Mission Fieldÿ

Blow Monkeys, The - Staring at the Sea

Anna Calvi (London singer-guitarist) - Anna Calvi

DeVotchKa - 100 Lovers (read our review here)

Dropkick Murphys - Going Out in Style

Dum Dum Girls - He Gets Me High

Linda Eder - Now

Eisley - The Valley

Forever the Sickest Kids (Dallas rock group) - Forever the Sickest Kids

Go Radio - Lucky Street

Ari Hest - Sunset Over Hope Street

David Lanz - Liverpool: Re-imagining the Beatles

Left Lane Cruiser - Junkyard Speed Ball

Aaron Lewis (Staind frontman) - Town Line

Lykke Li - Wounded Rhymes

Middle Brother (featuring the lead singers of Deer Tick, Dawes and Delta Spirit) - Middle Brother

Buddy Miller's Majestic Silver Strings (with Marc Ribot, Bill Frisell and Greg Leisz) - Buddy Miller's Majestic Silver Strings

NEeMA (Canadian singer-songwriter) - Watching You Think

Papercuts - Fading Parade (read our review here)

John Popper & The Duskray Troubadours - John Popper & The Duskray Troubadours

"Ron Sexsmith - Long Player, Late Bloomer"

Sick Puppies (Australian rock trio) - Polar Opposite

Mike Watt - Hyphenated-Man

Lucinda Williams - Blessed