#NewMusicFriday July 15th, 2022: 10 Albums You Need To Hear This Weekend! (Feat. …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead)

Check Out This Week’s Best Sounding New Music Releases!

Every #NewMusicFriday, we pick a bunch of the best-sounding new albums so you can get your audiophile music fix!… As usual, it’s a very eclectic mix (Albums are arranged with more traditional audiophile genres like Jazz and Blues at the top and the non-traditional audiophile stuff towards the bottom). Check out the TIDAL & Qobuz streams below!


Album of the week: …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead -“XI: BLEED HERE NOW”

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead present their eleventh album, Bleed Here Now…in historic quadraphonic surround sound, giving listeners an immersive listening experience that will take them through a listening journey from one track to the next. Forced into a pandemic-necessitated cancellation of their 2020/2021 tours, the band retreated to lengthy period of doing nothing. After a lengthy period of doing nothing, the band decided to make an album in a way that hasn’t really been done since the 70s – in quadrophonic sound.

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1. …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead -“XI: BLEED HERE NOW”

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2. Jasmine Myra -“Horizons”

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3. Katalyst, Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad -“Katalyst JID013”

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4. DoomCannon -“Renaissance”

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5. Tami Neilson -“Kingmaker”

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6. Arlo McKinley- “This Mess We’re In”

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7. Alan Parsons- “From the New World”

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8. black midi -“Hellfire”

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9. Lera Lynn- “Something More Than Love”

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10. Maverick Sabre – “Don’t Forget to Look up (Abbey Road 90th Anniversary Sessions)”

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