This weekend, here are six albums we recommend streaming, ranging for an iconic singer-songwriter to up-and-coming indie bands.
- With her 11th studio effort, Lucinda Williams is offering fans a treat with the double album, Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone. Have a listen on NPR.
- Another music stalwart returns. The Vaselines are back with their first album in four years with V for Vaseline. The folks at Pitchfork are streaming the album.
- Canadian indie musician and lyricist extraordinaire Buck 65 will release Neverlove, which he calls a “divorce album”. This different side of Richard Terfry can be heard now on CBC Music.
- Toronto-based, indie electronic / synth duo Electric Youth are primed for a massive breakout with Innerworld. NPR is streaming the new album.
- One of favourite indie band names will release their second LP. Feel Something by UK quintet, The History of Apple Pie, is streaming on Pitchfork Advance.
- Canadian indie darlings The Rural Alberta Advantage‘s highly anticipated third album, Mended with Gold, is streaming on CBC Music.
- Texan-native, Brooklyn-resident Kat Edmonson offers once again her gorgeous vocals and delirious jazz-pop infusion on her third album, The Big Picture. CBC Music and NPR are streaming the albums.
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