Music Releases 09-02-22

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Not Just A Girl (The Highlights) features 18 tracks, spanning Shania Twain's illustrious career. Achieving five GRAMMY Awards and three RIAA diamond-certified albums, she has sold over 100 million albums and is one of the best-selling artists of all time. This collection serves as the soundtrack to her 'Not Just A Girl' documentary which includes Shania's biggest hits and fan favorites, "You're Still the One," "That Don't Impress Me Much," "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" and more, plus one new song.

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Tom Chaplin


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2022 release, the third solo studio album from the Keane frontman. The album was written after Keane's 2020 tour was sidelined by the pandemic. Includes the single "Midpoint".
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If you look hard enough, you might just find yourself. However, the search may never be a matter of miles or a series of drastic shifts. Instead, it often happens when you sit still long enough to let yourself be found. UK-born and Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, producer, and self-professed "chronic overthinker" Luke Sital-Singh has engaged this conversation throughout his prolific career, generating millions of streams in the process. Beyond praise from Guitar, Thank Folk For That, and more, Atwood Magazine raved, "Luke Sital-Singh immerses listeners in an intimate array of emotion set against a refreshing expanse of heartland folk and soft rock," he toured with Angus and Julia Stone, Martha Wainwright, and The Staves and even led his own TED Talk at the official TED Conference in Vancouver. "I'm moved by sad music," he leaves off. "It makes something beautiful out of something painful. It allows listeners to realize they're not alone. I'm at a confusing age where I don't know if I'm doing the right things in my life. I just know I'm Luke, and I made an album."
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Mo Troper is truly one of a kind, and thats never been moreapparent than on his fifth full-length, the winkingly titled MTV.Arriving hot on the heels of his 2021 full-length, Dilettante,the album finds the Portland, OR-based power pop extraor-dinaire diving further into home-recorded immediacy to makea record that feels like a strikingly direct conduit to the worldof Mowhere heartbreak, hilarity, and hooks all go hand-in-hand.

MTV hurtles through 15 songs in just 31 minutes, with mostof the tracks never even coming close to the three-minutemark. The sequence feels like a combination of a feverdream and a travel diary, intertwining tales of romantic long-ing with the ups and downs of cross-country touring. Songslike Across The USA, Royal Jelly, or Coke Zero unravelthe headaches and heartbreaks, often alternating betweenunflinching emotional details and legitimately funny one-lin-ers. I feel like Im just in this mode of rebelling against theexpectation for artists to be emotionally or aesthetically cohe-sive, Troper says. I think about all my favorite records andsongwriters, and theyre often these people who would havereally depressing stuff and then insane moments of levity thatdont get talked about as much. I want to make music thatsemotional but also campy or sarcastic or resonates in otherways. Im like, you know what, its all me."

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"Heartless Bastards career-defining album Arrow turned 10 this year, and Partisan is celebrating by re-releasing the LP on black and gold galaxy vinyl. This special edition release will be limited to 2000 copies that have been numbered in gold foil.

Produced by Jim Eno from Spoon, Arrow features Erika Wennerstrom on guitar and vocals, Dave Colvin on drums, Jesse Ebaugh on bass, and Mark Nathan on guitar. This album showcases a band at the height of their powers. They are synthesizing the best of bar rock, Alt-country, classic rock, and the blues into something vital, unfiltered and all their own. The seamless sound achieved on Arrow was the result of 2 years of nearly non-stop touring; on the road the band developed an astonishing musical telepathy, with all four players intuitively able to craft Wennerstroms songs into maximum form."

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