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Available Fri., March 17
Unknown Mortal Orchestra, V (Jagjaguwar)
The first double album from New Zealand indie pop band Unknown Mortal Orchestra draws from what Jagjaguwar describes as “the rich traditions of West Coast AOR, classic hits, weirdo pop and Hawaiian Hapa-haole music.”
100 Gecs, 10,000 Gecs (Dog Show Records/Atlantic Records)
Nearly four years after the irreverent hyperpop duo’s 2019 breakout, 1000 Gecs, 100 Gecs adds a zero to its sophomore album, which promises to include the songs “MeMeMe” and “Doritos & Fritos.”
M83, Fantasy (Virgin Records France/Mute Records)
M83 fans will soon experience what’s being touted as the French electronic act’s “most personal album to date.”
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, Blonde (Lakeshore Records)
Blonde may have angered viewers and critics alike, but at least the soundtrack was produced by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis. Now you can enjoy it separate from the controversial Marilyn Monroe biopic.
Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Belong (Slumberland)
Revisit why Pains Of Being Pure At Heart made such a splash in 2011 with the reissue of the indie pop band’s breakthrough album.
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