Music Millennium

What's New 5-28-21

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Rough Trade

Black Midiís new album Cavalcade is a dynamic, hellacious, and inventive follow-up to 2019ís widely-praised Schlagenheim, ďa labyrinth with hairpin-turn episodes and lyrics full of dourly corrosive observationsĒ (New York Times, Best Albums of 2019). It scales beautiful new heights, pulling widely from a plethora of genres and influences, reaching ever upwards from an already lofty base of early achievements.

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Regent Park Songs

When Smoke Rises is the debut solo musical release from Toronto-based, poet, activist and songwriter Mustafa. Written in the past 18 months after losing several friends to gun violence, the project is a cross-genre celebration of his friends and narrative vignettes from his community, Regent Park. Mustafa describes his work as 'inner city folk music'. *Available on Limited Edition Green Vinyl*

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Verve

Always a daring and imaginative thinker, Mobyís first classical collaboration happened in October 2018, when he performed a selection of his songs alongside the LA Phil and conductor and friend Gustavo Dudamel. This was the inspiration for the current project, which features not only full orchestral versions but new electronic arrangements, as well as sophisticated smaller-scale acoustic interpretations.

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KGLW

KGLW return with L.W., their seventeenth studio album and the third volume in the bandís explorations into microtonal tunings. A companion piece to its 2020 predecessor, K.G., as well as a stand-alone work of art in its own right, L.W. displays a collision of musical worlds. After a decade of frenzied productivity and a recent inability to tour, the band was able to ďreset their brainsĒ and embark upon a search for ďthe notes between the notesĒ.

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3 Legged Records

Throughout their career, Blackberry Smoke has embodied Georgiaís rich musical legacy, honoring the people, places and sounds of their home state. On their latest album, You Hear Georgia, Blackberry Smoke is further celebrating these roots with 10 new songs that feel like Georgia, accented by the addition of Grammy-winning producer and fellow Georgia-native, Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile).

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