Vinylradar has selected this week new releases for you. Enjoy!

1. Fleet Foxes · ‘Crack-Up’ · Nonesuch

Indie Folk

Crack-Up, Fleet Foxes’ long-awaited and highly anticipated third album, comprises eleven songs, all written by Robin Pecknold. The album was co-produced by Pecknold and Skyler Skjelset, his longtime bandmate, collaborator, and childhood friend. Crack-Up comes six years after the release of Helplessness Bluesand nearly a decade since the band’s self-titled debut.

VINYL EDITION Order vinyl from your favourite record shop or directly from here: Nonesuch (21$)

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2. Moby & the Void Pacific Choir · ‘More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse’ · Mute

Alternative Pop/Rock

In 2016, Moby & the Void Pacific Choir released These Systems Are Failing, an indictment of our current political and cultural climate. This gleeful look at our dystopian culture continues this summer with more Fast Songs About the Apocalypse.

VINYL EDITION Order vinyl from your favourite record shop or directly from here: Moby Shop (22.10$)

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3. GospelbeacH · ‘Another Summer of Love’ · Alive Records

American Trad Rock

The second album from GospelbeacH continues to deftly honor the grand tradition of West Coast rock and roll. This time around it’s more 70’s FM rock than 60’s AM gold, more cosmo than country with a theme of timeless love.

Straightforward, inviting songwriting and singing by Brent Rademaker (a founding member of Beachwood Sparks). Warm classic production and tight harmonies once again by guitarist/vocalist Jason Soda. Recorded in Los Angeles at Palomino Sound, Jason’s new 1970’s vintage artisan recording studio. Third GospelbeacH coremember Jonny Niemanns cascading piano, organ and mellotron fill out the albums rich sound.

In the tradition of the Troubadour scene of the 1970’s Another Summer of Love features some of the GospelbeacH friends and Los Angeles’s finest players and singers including, Pearl Charles, Miranda Lee Richards, members of Wilco, Mapache, Eels, and pickers from the Grand Ole Echo.

The album artwork features reflective photography by GospelbeacH guitarist/singer Neal Casal and Allah-Lasdrummer Matthew Correia.

Order vinyl from your favourite record shop or directly from here: Bomp Store (25$)

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4. Palehound · ‘A Place I’ll Always Go’ · Polyvinyl

Indie Rock

The sophomore album from Boston trio Palehound, A Place I’ll Always Go, is a frank look at love and loss, cushioned by indelible hooks and gently propulsive, fuzzed-out rock.

Ellen Kempner, Palehound’s vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter explains, “A lot of it is about loss and learning how to let yourself evolve past the pain and the weird guilt that comes along with grief.”

Order vinyl EP from your favourite record shop or directly from here: Palehound bandcamp (18$)

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