Tell Me How You Really Feel is the second solo album by Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett. It is set for release on 18 May 2018 via Milk! Records in Australia.
Third time up for sightless guitar wunderkid Jeff Healey and gang; Feel This offers the power trio's meatiest and most satisfying outing. JHB's brand of roadhouse rock can be somewhat bland on disc; here the group captures much more of its trademark live intensity than in the past. The unobtrusive addition of keyboards adds a more expansive dimension to several tracks. Boogie fans will want to check out the ZZ Top-like "Cruel Little Number"; blues-rockers will come away satisfied with the likes of "House That Love Built." Hip-hop connoisseurs, on the other hand, will likely want to avoid JHB's rap spoof on "If You Can't Feel Anything Else."
Singer-songwriter and producer Katie Herzig has released a new tune off her highly anticipated 6th studio album Moment of Bliss. The track entitled “Beat of Your Own” is a follow-up to her 4 previous singles which she unveiled throughout 2017. Now a veteran in the pop game, Herzig has already garnered attention from the likes of Interview Magazine, Noisey, Paste Magazine, TIME, andUSA Today on her work as an artist and producer. She is additionally recognized for her collaborations with Ingrid Michaelson and RAC.
There was a time when you could walk into your average record store and find the singles section by spotting the big block of black rows. These rows signaled the whereabouts of the Ds and tended to eat up a disproportionate space of the singles section. In 2004, the Mute label condensed all of these releases into Remixes 81-04, which itself was ironically (or fittingly) presented in multiple versions. This particular version is a triple-disc set that attempts to function as a representative sampling of Depeche Mode's innumerable remixes. It does an admirable job, making a point to highlight glorified extended versions and radical reworkings alike.
The McCoys' first two albums, Hang on Sloopy and You Make Me Feel So Good, were combined on one CD by Repertoire Records in the early '90s. 30 tracks, both of their first two LPs plus five rare bonus cuts salted with the hits Hang on Sloopy; Fever, and You Make Me Feel So Good. The most comprehensive retrospective of one of the great American '60's Pop bands.