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March list by Donalee Jacobs
20/20 Vision
20/20 VisionAnti-Flag

Over the course of twelve albums, Anti-Flag has rarely set their sights on a singular individual. Unlike their peers, they focused on fighting a more deeply rooted system of injustice. This time they have drawn a clear line in the sand. (Explicit Content)

All Visible Objects
All Visible ObjectsMoby

Recorded in the legendary EastWest Studios, Moby created this album in Studio 3 where Pet Sounds was recorded, using the same board that was used in the making of Ziggy Stardust and the same piano that Sinatra used to record some of his most notable hits. Songs include Morningside, Refuge, and Too Much Change.

Color Theory
Color TheorySoccer Mommy

For Sophie Allison, aka Soccer Mommy, this album confronts the ongoing mental health and familial trials that have plagued the 22-year-old artist since childhood, presenting listeners with an uncompromisingly honest self-portrait. (Explicit Content)

El Dorado
El DoradoMarcus King

At just 23 years of age, Marcus King has emerged as a vital and powerful force in American music. His new album sees him join forces with producer Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys for a 12-song session.

Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
Everything Else Has Gone WrongBombay Bicycle Club

Bombay Bicycle Club releases the eagerly anticipated follow-up to their So Long, See You Tomorrow album. Songs include I Can Hardly Speak and Racing Stripes.

F8Five Finger Death Punch

Kevin Churko produced the eighth album from rockers Five Finger Death Punch. It includes the single Inside Out. (Explicit Content)

Grave of a Dog
Grave of a DogSightless Pit

Sightless Pit may be a new name in heavy music; however, its members are anything but as they are some of the most groundbreaking artists of the genre. The band features Lee Buford (The Body), Kristin Hayter (Lingua Ignota) and Dylan Walker (Full of Hell). Fans will recognize immediately Buford's singular percussion and production, Walker's venomous howl and Hayter's virtuosic voice.


Grouplove kicked off 2020 with their anarchistic, high-energy single Deleter, and they show no signs of slowing down with their fourth album, which comes on the heels of health crisis and trauma.

Like New
Like NewPurr

The duo formerly known as Jack and Eliza releases their second musical project, which takes its cues from a lineage of dual-lead-vocalist bands with sonic roots in the late '60s and '70s.

LikewiseFrances Quinlan

The debut release from Quinlan, the front-woman of the band Hop Along, expands on her guitar-based music into beats, keyboards, and strings. Her songwriting, alternately light and dark, centers around the theme of being human and finding hope.

Made in Muscle Shoals
Made in Muscle ShoalsThe Revivalists

New Orleans band The Revivalists return with a new album recorded at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The album includes a reimagining of four songs from the album Take Good Care, a cover of the BeeGees To Love Somebody and their single Wish I Knew You. (Explicit Content)

MonomaniaThe Word Alive

The sixth studio album from metalcore band The Word Alive features the singles Burning Your World Down, No Way Out and Searching For Glory. (Explicit Content)

Neon Skyline
Neon SkylineAndy Shauf

Andy Shauf’s songs are tuneful vignettes of small moments and big hearts. On his latest, Shauf intertwines stories of a group of friends who frequent a local dive bar, and through them, makes poignant observations about human nature with a novelist's detail and melancholic humor. The songwriting is down to earth, yet sophisticated and inventively melodic.

Ordinary Man
Ordinary ManOzzy Osbourne

After making an appearance on Post Malone’s single Take What You Want, Ozzy Osbourne releases his first new solo album in almost ten years. It features the singles Straight to Hell and Under the Graveyard.

Silver Tongue
Silver TongueTorres

A person whose words are so potent that they cause the people and beings around them to vibrate is said to have a ‘silver tongue’; Mackenzie Scott, who spent the 2010s making boundary-pushing pop/rock music as Torres, has called her fourth album just that. It is a full-scale realization of the world Scott has created over her last few albums. Even when singing in more quiet tones, Scott's voice is fervent, her lyrics stirring and unyielding as she draws from both the divine and the everyday.


Caribou returns with a warm, untamable, and constantly surprising album about family and the changes people go through as those relationships evolve.

UnderneathCode Orange

Grammy-nominated band Code Orange new album finds the band once again confounding expectations, piling element on element, and towering towards the sky. Rattling drum loops give way to bursts of rage as it transforms into something colossal, daring, and resilient, setting the tone for an exhilarating heavy record. (Explicit Content)