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July List by Donalee Jacobs
Love & Hate
Love & Hatemichael kiwanuka

Michael Kiwanuka's second album was recorded in LA and London and produced by Grammy Award winner Dangermouse and young up-and-coming producer Inflo. This album is a fascinatingly assured and resonant body of work following Kiwanuka's acclaimed 2012 debut Home Again.

ChoreographyBright light bright light

Welsh singer known as Bright Lights Bright Lights has a new album featuring collaborations with Elton John, Alan Cummings and the Scissor Sisters. It includes the songs All In The Name; How Does It Feel; Where Is The Heartache and more.

Lost Themes II
Lost Themes IIjohn carpenter

The musical world of this follow-up to 2015's Lost Themes is a wider one than that of its predecessor. More electric and acoustic guitar help flesh out the songs, still driven by Carpenter's trademark minimal synth.

My Way Home
My Way HomeEli 'paperboy' reed

Eli Paperboy Reed has returned to the studio and crafted a new album that is at once back-to-basics and startlingly current. This album represents a return to the sonic character that Reed's career began with, but it does more than that: It captures the essence of his sound. A sound that, over everything else, prizes feeling, energy, and, yes, soul.

Apacheaaron neville

One of the most recognizable and acclaimed voices in music history returns with the follow up to 2013's My True Story. This release also commemorates Aaron Neville's 75th birthday and the 50th anniversary of his hit single Tell It Like It Is.

Red Sky
Red Skymoon hooch

Brooklyn trio Moon Hooch's third album seamlessly blends saxophone and beats to create a unique dance jazz fusion.

Take Her Up To Monto
Take Her Up To Montoroisin murphy

Irish singer songwriter Roisin Murphy returns with a new collection of avant garde dance pop including the songs Mastermind; Thoughts Wasted; Whatever; and more.