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Joe Jonas - Music For People Who Believe In Love [Indie Exclusive Signed CD]
Music For People Who Believe In Love is the new solo studio album from Joe Jonas releasing on Republic Records. This album features new single “Work It Out” and 12 additional new tracks.
Joe Jonas - Music For People Who Believe In Love [Indie Exclusive Signed CD]
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James Bay - Changes All The Time [LP]

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer James Bay upholds traditions of timeless songcraft and clever lyricism on his fourth studio album, Changes All The Time, via Mercury Records. The 11-track project features hit single “Up All Night” with The Lumineers & Noah Kahan, the latter of whom James recently supported on sold-out shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden and Boston’s Fenway Park.

James Bay - Changes All The Time [LP]
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Charley Crockett - Visions Of Dallas [LP]
Charley Crockett releases “Visions of Dallas” the follow-up album from his Spring 2024 album $10 Cowboy. The album features 6 new original tracks either written or co-written by Crockett and six cover songs including "Crystal Chandeliers and Burgundy" and the Bob Dylan song “Goodbye Holly” where Crockett added additional lyrics to finish the song.
Charley Crockett - Visions Of Dallas [LP]
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Sarah Kinsley - Escaper [LP]
Sarah Kinsley’s debut album Escaper is a vibrant, bold and beautiful body of work written solely by this left-field singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
Sarah Kinsley - Escaper [LP]
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Hippo Campus - Flood [Indie Exclusive Clear Galaxy 2 LP]
Hippo Campus' singer Jake Luppen had been listening to the band's work as they rolled around the country, trying to tease out how much work remained. All of it, he soon decided. Obfuscated by the need to sound sophisticated and the overwhelming ambition to make the best Hippo Campus LP ever, a deeper and more profound record that reflected how their lives were changing. But Luppen and all of Hippo Campus decided they didn't actually like what they were making.So they called an audible. They were going to start over. And three months later, the four-member core of Hippo Campus rendezvoused with longtime collaborator Caleb Wright and producer Brad Cook at Sonic Ranch, a playground-like studio complex on the Texas border. They gave themselves 10 days to cut the tracks they liked best, to make something to which they could commit at last. Less than two weeks later, they emerged with what they'd given themselves half a decade to make-Flood, or the best album Hippo Campus has ever made. The sentiments on Flood are raw, real, and unguarded, a testament to Hippo Campus dropping preconceptions of how they had to sound after so many failed attempts to re-record these songs. They wiped the slate clean, starting over without beliefs about what Hippo Campus or this record needed to be. Still, sophistication lurks in subtle key and tempo changes, in the almost innate shifts that a band of longtime best friends can tap after so much time spent helping to shape one another's musical language. Flood doesn't need to tell you it's important or interesting; it simply is, just by virtue of how it's written, built, and rendered, a map of what it's like to feel everything at once. This rebirth is accompanied by a crucial career shift for Hippo Campus, too, as they exit the traditional label system to issue LP4 via Psychic Hotline, a truly independent imprint run by peers and pals. If you're working to let go of expectations, why not jettison them all? There's a bravery to that, and you can hear it's revivifying spirit in every second of LP4.Early into the endlessly propulsive "Paranoid," where stunted acoustic strums undergird an inescapable jangle, Luppen asks an existential question: "Is there something waiting out there for us at the finish line?" For the next three minutes, the band cycles with him through his woes, from the title's overwhelming worry to notions of dislocation and loneliness. (Also, is there any other refrain ever that manages to make the phrase "so god-damned fucking" sound so catchy and natural?) But in the final verse, with his voice breaking through a scrim of distortion, he stumbles upon a new credo: "Wait, I wanna give this life all that I have in me." That is precisely what Hippo Campus have done with Flood after realizing it doesn't take a lifetime-or, well, five years-to do just that.
Hippo Campus - Flood [Indie Exclusive Clear Galaxy 2 LP]
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J Balvin - Rayo [CD]

J Balvin

Rayo [CD]

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J Balvin is preparing to release his highly anticipated sixth studio album, "Rayo". This record will feature 15 tracks with a diverse array of renowned artists from different genres, including Chencho Corleone, Luar la L, Feid, Saiko, Bad Gyal, Zion, Dei V, Ryan Castro, Blessd, Carín León, Yovngchimi, Quevedo, and Omar Courtz. The album marks J Balvin's return to streaming and the stage, reconnecting with his musical roots while introducing new elements in each track for his hardcore fans to enjoy at the end of the summer. 

"Rayo" includes classic reggaeton sounds with J Balvin's unmistakable voice, but it also blends other genres, featuring powerful afrobeats, house/electro rhythms, as well as Latin trap and pop ballads that showcase Balvin's versatility. 

J Balvin - Rayo [CD]
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Katy Perry - 143 [Indie Exclusive Clear Blue LP]
143 IS A PARTY AND EVERYONE IS INVITED! Katy Perry has officially launched an exciting new era with the long awaited sixth studio album “143”. Katy set out to create a bold, exuberant, celebratory dance-pop album with the symbolic 143 numerical expression of love as a throughline message. The result is a sexy, fearless, return to form for the multifaceted musician with an album jam packed with the empowering, sexy, & provocative pop anthems you’ve come to love. This is an album with a lot of heart and a lot of BPM. Get ready to pop off!
Katy Perry - 143 [Indie Exclusive Clear Blue LP]
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KATSEYE - SIS (Soft Is Strong) [Opaque Vintage Bottle Vinyl]
KATSEYE will release its debut EP, SIS (Soft Is Strong), on August 16 via HYBE x Geffen Records. SIS (Soft Is Strong), the EP’s title, reflects one of KATSEYE’s core beliefs – Soft Is Strong – and also nods to the sisterhood they’ve forged, despite coming from immensely different cultures. The six members of KATSEYE are: DANIELA (USA); LARA (USA); MANON (Switzerland); MEGAN (USA); SOPHIA (Philippines); and YOONCHAE (South Korea).
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Magdalena Bay - Imaginal Disk [Indie Exclusive White LP]
Magdalena Bay, the Los Angeles-based duo of Mica Tenenbaum and Matthew Lewin, create magical pop music that floats in the ether of our collective social cosmos. While they call California home, their essence lies in the clouds, emitting unique yet familiar frequencies of synthesized nostalgia, kitschy catchiness, and warped neo-hooks. Suited for the times, Magdalena Bay blends the known and felt with innovative sonic landscapes. Tenenbaum and Lewin met as teenagers in a Miami high school music program. Tenenbaum, who moved from Buenos Aires to Florida at age one, and Lewin, a guitar shredder influenced by his dad’s prog and concept rock records, quickly recognized their kindred spirits. They formed a prog band called Tabula Rasa and began a romance. Both were skilled musicians; Tenenbaum a pianist and singer, and Lewin self-taught in production and music theory. Despite attending different colleges, they maintained their band, traveling hours to rehearse before realizing two things: their relationship was undeniable, and prog rock wasn’t resonating with young audiences. Shifting their focus to pop, they explored its craft, leading to the creation of Magdalena Bay. They learned the complexities of pop writing and production, striving to create something interesting within the genre. Describing their music broadly as "pop," they released several EPs and singles before debuting their album, "Mercurial World," in 2021. Praised for its melodic hooks and meticulous production, it was often labeled as "synth-pop."
Magdalena Bay - Imaginal Disk [Indie Exclusive White LP]

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