New Music Weekly: Demi Lovato, Chris Walla, !!!, Zombi, and More!!

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Hey there music lover! Like new stuff? Great! You’ve come to the right place. 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 time. Thanks for stopping by!

The Big News

Last week we ran into the audiophonic juggernaut that was the new Selena Gomez record, and this week the new Demi Lovato set, Confident, her fifth release and first since 2013. What a treat! I’m sooo excited OMG! I can’t wait to see who she’s collaborated with, is it Drake or… ok ok, I’ll stop. Y’all know I have no idea what a Demi Lovato is. Something called Joship Girl calls the single “Confident” “an amazing mixture of a Christina Aguilera “Burlesque” number and a Jessie J song, only without Jessie J’s over singing and arrogance.” I guess that’s a good thing.

Rock Music Turntable!

Former Death Cab For Cutie dude, Chris Walla, unveils his first solo effort since leaving that VERY IMPORTANT BAND in 2014. It’s called Tapes Loops and NCPR says that it “couldn’t be farther from the sound of his old band”.

Stream it here.


An unplugged album from The Twilyight Sad sounds absolutely smashing, darling. Why do you have one? Oh, you’re kidding me! And they’re touring with The Cure next year? Honey, I don’t care if it is just “a collection of minimalist and stripped-back versions of tracks from 2014’s LP, focusing more on Graham’s voice and the sentiment within the poignant lyrics”, I’ll dig it!

Atlanta’s Deerhunter return with Fading Frontier.

Way Out There

The mysterious spacemen that comprise Zombi bring Shape Shift, the duo’s first album in four years, into existence.

Texas circuit breakers Neon Indian strike back with Vega Int Night School.

And dance dance revolutionaries !!! are thankfully still around, launching their sixth record, As If, the bands’ first since 2013.


Here’s where we say goodbye to those who have dance the night away off this mortal coil.

Three Six Mafia rapper Koopsta Knicca is no more.

Gail Zappa, wife of Frank Zappa, died at the age of 70.

Drummer Smokey Johnson said goodbye at the age of 78.

Pop singer Billy Joe Royal passed away last week.

Marimba man Dave Pike played his last backbeat.

Saxophonist Willie Akins blowed his last note.

Saxophonist Phil Woods bebop outta here at the age of 83.

Singer Frankie Ford died at the age of 76.

My Recommendation

Bow down motherfuckers – it’s a new Supersuckers record!!

Next Week

Tune in next week, same new music time, same new music channel, for new stuff from Carrie Underwood!!

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One Comment

  1. Do not like the Jessie J bashing…..calling her arrogant and that she over sings? I do like Demi’s new song, but the sound musically and lyrically is not Jessie J’s style at all so to compare that and insult is just poor taste……Jessie J is humble. She is the best vocalist there is without all the dramatics…

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