Release Radar 3/6/20: Healy vs Paul Heaton
Saturday at 8:37 am
Guess who’s back? Healy, aka, “e.” That amazing singer/rapper/doctor returns with a slow burner called “Nike’s On.”[embedded content]
Man, this is going to be a huge month for releases, folks! Strap in, cause it’s gonna be one fun ride!
March will bring new albums from The Districts, Morrissey, Paul Heaton, and Phantogram, amongst many other treasures that could make it the biggest music month of the year? By the way, The Districts single, “Cheap Regrets,” has totally hooked me!
Local H is back with the third single from LIFERS, due out April 10th.[embedded content]
The National make an appearance in RR this week with a cover of INXS’s big hit “Never Tear Us Apart.” It’s a new sound for singer Matt Berninger, and a cool take on something that is no longer old, but new again. It’s all for a great cause, Songs for Australia is a compilation that will donate all proceeds to help Australia rebuild after the awful bushfire crisis.[embedded content]
Finally, finally, finally The Housemartin’s Paul Heaton makes his long-awaited return with his not-so-solo project that continues to include Jacqui Abbott. She has become a staple on the last four solo projects of Paul’s and makes for an extremely sexy duo. The 16 song opus is on Spotify now, get involved.[embedded content]
“Dear God” see Phantogram on a new, soulful vibe, giving their sound a much-needed update.
This is a super-strong, creative return. Possibly their best record to date?[embedded content]
Your slice of jazz comes from female vocalist Bebel Gilberto. She’s touring behind a new album this summer, do not miss her live, or you will never forgive yourself.[embedded content]
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