Robbie Robertson – Sinematic


Robbie Robertson – Sinematic

Despite a prolific solo career spanning three+ decades, Robbie Robertson admittedly hasn’t penned too many songs about his own life. His first album in five years, Sinematic still has the spectral electronic pulse that’s become the post-Band Robertson trademark sound he first began developing with Daniel Lanois on 1987’s eponymously titled solo debut. And it could very well be the best of Robertson’s solo discography, rife with elements heard on previous LPs like Storyville, Contact From The Underworld Of Redboy and How To Become Clairvoyant. But this effort is bolder, stronger and more personal than ever.

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The Claypool Lennon Delirium – South of Reality

Claypool Lennon Delirium-south-of-reality-album-Discorded

South of Reality, out now via ATO records, is a surrealistic intersection of psychedelia and prog rock fused with radiant aural interludes, and throwing down chunks of funk for good measure. The follow-up to 2016’s Monolith of Phobos, the sophomore release from Les Claypool and Sean Lennon showcases brilliantly contrasting flavor palettes that will leave the listener putting this masterpiece on auto-loop.

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Primus – The Desaturating Seven

Primus-The Desaturating Seven

Back with their first original album since 2011’s Green Naugahyde, as well as the return of drummer Tim Alexander, Primus released The Desaturating Seven last September. The LP draws its inspiration from the beautifully bizarre 1978 children’s book The Rainbow Goblins; a book that could have been easily transformed into an old-school Disney classic.

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