Bloc Party's fourth album, cleverly titled "Four," headlines the slate of new albums streaming online this week. Also available this week are new releases from Los Lobos (a live version of their classic 1992 album, "Kiko"), Wojcik, Dan Deacon, and even those old southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd (I had no idea they were even working on a new album).
If you missed Yeasayer streaming online last week, you've got another shot to hear them this week, on Spinner.com.
This is an abbreviated post, and it may well be the only one I post for the next week or so, since I am out of town vacationing at a spot with limited Internet access. (This post is being typed at the local public library, which thankfully has free wi-fi.) Apologies for the minimal amount of posting, enjoy this week's streaming albums, and go out and see some live music with what's left of the summer.
"Octopus" from Bloc Party's new album "Four," which is streaming this week.
KCRW Album Preview:
"Easy Star's Thrillah" by Easy Star All-Stars
NPR First Listen:
"America" by Dan Deacon
"The Seer" by Swans
"Postales" by Gabby Moreno
"The Salesman and The Shark" by Sean Rowe
Spinner.com's Listening Party:
"Fragrant World" by Yeasayer
"Four" by Bloc Party
"Selah Sue" by Selah Sue
"Cast The Same Old Shadow" by Dylan LeBlanc
"Vexations" by I Was Totally Destroying It
"The Glorious Dead" by The Heavy
"Sof' Sike" by Slim Twig
"Wake" by Jr. Juggernaut
"Escape From Crystal Skull Mountain" by Gregory Pepper and His Problems
"Happy New Year" by Happy New Year
"Wise Blood" by Wojcik
AOL Music Listening Party:
"Kiko Live" by Los Lobos
"Last of a Dyin' Breed" by Lynyrd Skynyrd
"I'm a Stranger and I Love the Night" by Scrapomatic