30/06/2010

Album releases: July 2010

What to watch out for (or avoid!) in July...


Mystery Jets
Serotonin
Release: 5 July 2010 - Rough Trade
"A varied, touching, excitable and witty third album from the ambitious Londoners." - BBC




Big Boi
Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty

Release: 6 July 2010 - Def Jam
"Repeatedly delayed, this Big Boi solo outing feels precisely like it has been drifting around for a while, waiting for momentum. " - Guardian




How To Destroy Angels
How To Destroy Angels
Release: 6 July 2010 - The Null Corporation
"Trent Reznor’s new band with his wife Mariqueen Maandig, as well as longtime Nine Inch Nails producer/collaborator Atticus Ross." - Antiquiet




Autechre
Move Of Ten
Release: 12 July 2010 - Warp Records
" yet another strangely compelling full-length from the glitch dissonance duo" - Levi Watson



Danger Mouse And Sparklehorse
Dark Night Of The Soul
Release: 13 July 2010 - Capitol Records
"Dark Night of the Soul has been pitched as a marquee collaboration without precedent" - Pitchfork




M.I.A.
/\/\/\Y/\
Release: 13 July 2010 - Interscope Records
"M.I.A. stands alone in her own world of pop firing out her mercurial messages, which are as complex as they are captivating." - Clash Music



Panda Bear
Tomboy
Release: 13 July 2010 - Paw Tracks
"Animal Collective's Panda Bear new solo album. Lennox obliquely cites both Kurt Cobain and Bach as inspirations." - Pitchfork




The High Confessions
Turn Lead Into Gold With High Confessions
Release: 20 July 2010 - Relapse
"a supergroup featuring members of Sonic Youth, Ministry/Revolting Cocks and Minsk. Their debut album draws inspiration from much of the droning, noisy and eerie work the members have done elsewhere" - pahardcore

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