New Music Monday: 31 March

Anti-Flag The Bright Lights of America

New Music Monday
Last week was great, with a lot of great new music to listen to, but this week’s even better. First up are the Athenians from R.E.M. and their highly anticipated new record Accelerate, which from the few samples we were privileged to listen to, sounds great and will undoubtedly erase the bad memories from their previous LP Around The Sun. Electronic music veteran and DJ guru, Moby, is also releasing new material, namely his eight studio effort “Last Night” (yeah the one with the cuckoo video single). Then there’s the Ohio duo The Black Keys, an excellent blues rock band, that’s been recently getting some well deserved attention. I just hope their new album “Attack & Release“, out this week, will finally catapult them towards a more larger audience.

Other notable releases include new album from hard rockers Sevendust, punk act Anti-Flag (why does everybody have to copy Black Flag?), soft rock artists Sun Kil Moon, country star Josh Gracin and a new live CD/DVD combo from Muse, called “Haarp“.

R.E.M. - Accelerate
R.E.M.: Accelerate

Moby - Last Night
Moby: Last Night

The Evy League - The Evy League
This Is Ivy League: This Is Ivy League

The Sword  	Gods of the Earth
The Sword: Gods of the Earth

Sun Kil Moon  	April
Sun Kil Moon: April

Lemuria  	Get Better
Lemuria: Get Better

Dem Franchize Boyz  	Da Point Of No Return
Dem Franchize Boyz: Da Point Of No Return

Bryan Scary  	Flight of the Knife
Bryan Scary: Flight of the Knife

The Black Keys  	Attack & Release
The Black Keys: Attack & Release

American Babies  	American Babies
American Babies: American Babies

Josh Gracin  	We Weren\'t Crazy
Josh Gracin: We Weren’t Crazy

Sevendust  	Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow
Sevendust: Chapter VII: Hope & Sorrow

Muse  	Haarp
Muse: Haarp

Anti-Flag  	The Bright Lights of America
Anti-Flag: The Bright Lights of America

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