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August list by Donalee Jacobs
Everything Now
Everything Nowarcade fire

Grammy Award winners Arcade Fire release the follow-up to their hit 2013 album Reflektor. The title track was released as a single as part of the band's announcement for the new album.

Power Of Peace
Power Of Peaceisley brothers & Santana

Recorded last year, the album is the fulfillment of a dream, a new musical studio collaboration connecting Santana and the Isleys on a mind-bending journey through some of the immortal soul, funk, blues, rock, jazz, and pop songs that continue to inspire them.

I Am Nice
I Am Nicesammy brue

Ogden, Utah teenager Sammy Brue embodies the kind of wisdom, talent and natural empathy that are often signs of age and maturity, and yet Brue can place himself in the shoes of others, real or fictionalized, and write stories about them. I Am Nice was produced by Ben Tanner (Alabama Shakes) and John Paul White (Civil Wars) and Rolling Stone described the album as “a collection of devastatingly beautiful songs that touch on heartbreak, jealousy, God and suicide.” Brue has opened for Justin Townes Earle, John Paul White, Lucinda Williams and John Moreland, as well as performing at Summer Set and the Newport Folk Festival.

Kaleidoscope Coldplay

Coldplay releases an EP that serves as a companion to their chart-topping album A Head Full Of Dreams. It includes their hit collaboration with The Chainsmokers, Something Just Like This. There is also a collaboration with Big Sean. 

Paranormalalice cooper

Alice Cooper releases his first studio album in six years. The follow-up to 2011's Welcome 2 My Nightmare includes ten new songs, plus a bonus disc featuring two new songs with the original Alice Cooper Band and five live tracks.

Barefoot In The Head
Barefoot In The HeadChris robinson brotherhood

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood continues their prolific string of releases with their third collection of new material in two years. They break new ground with more joy and wonder than ever before. 

Party Of One
Party Of Onegeorge thorogood

The first-ever solo release from the legendary George Thorogood features raw and stripped-down performances of traditional blues, classics, and modern blues songs. 

Beast Epic
Beast Epiciron & wine

The sixth release from Iron & Wine features deeply personal yet upbeat lyrics and includes the singles Bitter Truth and Call It Dreaming. 

Deeper Understanding
Deeper UnderstandingThe war on drugs

The fourth full-length album from the War on Drugs serves as the follow-up to the acclaimed 2014 release Lost in the Dream. It includes the singles Thinking of a Place and Holding On.

Exile In The Outer Ring
Exile In The Outer RingEMA

After the success of 2011's Past Life Martyred Saints and 2014's prophetic The Future's Void, EMA returns with a deeply personal, confrontational, but ultimately redemptive album.

Painted Ruins
Painted Ruinsgrizzly bear

Grizzly Bear's highly anticipated fifth album follows 2012's Shields, which was a critical and commercial breakthrough. The first single, Mourning Sound, has already won praise from the music press including NPR.

Seekers And Finders
Seekers And Findersgogol bordello

The seventh album from gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello finds the nine-piece multi-cultural band in top form, an aural party of violins, accordions, trumpet, and marimba amongst the standard rock basics of guitars, drum, and bass.

Now That's What I Call Tailgate Anthems
Now That's What I Call Tailgate Anthemsvarious

Get fired up for the big game with a collection featuring both classic and contemporary sports anthems that includes Queen's We Will Rock You, Wiz Khalifa's Black and Yellow, Flo Rida's My House and Survivor's Eye of the Tiger.