New Music Weekend: Good Charlotte, Jeff Beck, Steven Tyler, and More!!!

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Hey there music lover! You like new stuff? Great! You’ve stumbled into the perfect corner of the internet.  Each week all sorts of audiolicious goodies are unleashed onto the masses and this is where they come to be judged. I’ll tell ya what’s good, what’s bad, and what’s a waste of your precious time. So strap on your headphones and let’s take a ride!

The Big News

The big news is the new Good Charlotte record. Why? Because it’s a slow week, that’s why. And because Good Charlotte is playing the Warped Tour this year and I got drunk one night a few months ago and promised to take my 12 year old son and his friend to the Warped Tour when it swings through my neck of the woods later this month. Everyone’s all like “Oh, that’s so cute! You’re such a good dad!” and I’m like “Dear god, I can’t believe I’m one of those guys.” So I have to familiarize myself with the new  Good Charlotte record because I’ll be seeing them in concert soon. Mind you, I do not particularly want to familiarize myself with the new Good Charlotte record. But economically speaking it wouldn’t make sense to not familiarize myself with the record, thus maximizing my Warped Tour dollar blah, blah, blah. The record’s called Youth Authority and it’s the band’s sixth, first since 2010.

Old Guys Do it Better
Guitar legend Jeff Beck’s latest, an first since 2010, is called Loud Hailer and is, according to Something Else Reviews, “an album which is enjoyable, fun and also delivering a personal statement of observations about the time we are living in.”

Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler offers up a solo record.  It’s the old timer’s debut solo effort, and it’s called We’re All Somebody from Somewhere.

Hey, speaking of Steven Tyler, look up the backstory to this song…

Summer Misc.
New Snoop record Coolaid  came out a little early but here ya go.

Christian rockers Needtobreathe unveil their Hard Love.

This is the part where we say goodbye to those who’ve hit their last high note. Rock on and rest in peace, brothers and sisters.

Genevieve Castree, who recorded as O Paon and Woelv.

Danny Smythe, drummer for The Box Tops.

My Recommendation
One of my favorite persons in the whole wide world, Amanda Palmer, recorded an album with her father.  It’s called You Got Me Singing. I recommend it.

Next Week!!
Tune in next week, same new music time, same new music channel, for new stuff from: Gucci Mane!!

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