New Music Releases – April 2014
Things start to pick up, as far as new music releases go, in April.
Now that the post-holiday slump is enough in the rearview, some big-name indie-rock artists -- including Cloud Nothings, Eels and Blur/Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn, who's releasing his first proper solo album in late April -- are getting set to put out some new, and highly anticipated, records next month.
There's lots of great records to look forward to over the next month -- from DIY indie-pop and guitar-assaulted psych-rock to spare indie-folk and expansive chamber pop.
So take a look to see what's coming up in April. We're guessing there's more than a handful of the new records coming out that will spark some interest in your indie-rock soul.
New Music Releases - April 2014
Band of Skulls, 'Himalayan'
Cloud Nothings, 'Here and Nowhere'
Hank Williams III, 'Ramblin' Man'
Kaiser Chiefs, 'Education, Education and War'
Manchester Orchestra, 'Cope'
Thievery Corporation, 'Saudade'
The Faint, 'Doom Abuse'
John Frusciante, 'Enclosure'
Liam Finn, 'The Nihilist'
Mirah, 'Changing Light'
OFF!, 'Wasted Years'
Ingrid Michaelson, 'Lights Out'
Nels Cline, 'Macroscope'
Shonen Knife, 'Overdrive'
Woods, 'With Light and With Love'
Eels, 'The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett'
The Menzingers, 'Rented World'
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, 'Days of Abandon'
TEEN, 'The Way and Color'
Damon Albarn, 'Everyday Robots'
Howlin Rain, 'Live Rain'
Rodrigo y Gabriela, '9 Dead Alive'
Wye Oak, 'Shriek'