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READ: New Music Releases in March and April!

  • March 15, 2023
  • 5 min read

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2023 is gearing up to be an incredible music year—what are you excited for? See the complete March and April list of music releases below:

March 14

The Weeknd: Starboy (Deluxe) [XO/Republic]

March 15

Aly & AJ: With Love From [Aly & AJ Music]

March 17

Black Honey: A Fistful of Peaches [FoxFive]

Deathcrash: Less [Fire Talk]

Doug Paisley: Say What You Like [Outside Music]

EST Gee: Mad [CMG/Warlike/Interscope]

Kosaya Gora, Kedr Livanskiy & Flaty: Kosogor [2MR]

Lil Keed: Keed Talk to ’Em 2 [Young Stoner Life/300 Entertainment]

M83: Fantasy [Mute]

Sonny Rollins: Go West!: The Contemporary Records Albums [Craft]

Unknown Mortal Orchestra: V [Jagjaguwar]

U2: Songs of Surrender [Island/Interscope]

Yves Tumor: Praise a Lord Who Chews but Which Does Not Consume (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds) [Warp]

100 gecs: 10,000 gecs [Dog Show/Atlantic]

March 23

Field Guide: Field Guide (Tape Redux) [Birthday Cake]

March 24

Angel Bat Dawid: Requiem for Jazz [International Anthem]

Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer & Shahzad Ismaily: Love in Exile [Verve]

Ben Sloan: Muted Colors [New Amsterdam]

Caroline Rose: The Art of Forgetting [New West]

Debby Friday: Good Luck [Sub Pop]

Depeche Mode: Memento Mori [Columbia]

Elton John: Honky Château (50th Anniversary Edition) [UMe]

Fall Out Boy: So Much (for) Stardust [Fueled by Ramen/Elektra]

The Hirs Collective: We’re Still Here [Get Better]

Jpegmafia & Danny Brown: Scaring the Hoes [AWAL]

The Kinks: The Journey, Pt. 1 [BMG]

Kool Keith & Real Bad Man: Serpent [Real Bad Man]

Lana Del Rey: Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd[Interscope]

Liturgy: 93696 [Thrill Jockey]

Lucinda Chua: Yian [4AD]

Luke Combs: Gettin’ Old [River House Artists/Columbia Nashville]

Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood: Nancy & Lee Again (Remastered) [Light in the Attic]

Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon (Live at Wembley 1974) (2023 Master)[Sony]

Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon (50th Anniversary) (2023 Remaster)[Sony]

The Reds, Pinks & Purples: The Town That Cursed Your Name [Slumberland]

Rosalía & Rauw Alejandro: RR EP [Columbia]

Sharon Van Etten: Tramp (Anniversary Edition) [Jagjaguwar]

Yaya Bey: Exodus the North Star EP [Big Dada]

March 31

A Certain Ratio: 1982 [Mute]

Alan Braxe & Fred Falke: The Upper Cuts (2023 Edition) [Smugglers Way]

B. Cool-Aid, Pink Siifu & Ahwlee: Leather Blvd. [Lex]

Baaba Maal: Being [Marathon Artists]

Boygenius: The Record [Interscope]

Chlöe: In Pieces [Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia]

Conway the Machine: Won’t He Do It [Drumwork Music Group/Empire]

Deerhoof: Miracle-Level [Joyful Noise]

Gel: Only Constant [Convulse]

The Hold Steady: The Price of Progress [Positive Jams/Thirty Tigers]

James Holden: Imagine This Is a High Dimensional Space of All Possibilities[Border Community]

Kommand: Death Age EP [20 Buck Spin]

Larry June & The Alchemist: The Great Escape [Empire]

Lies: Lies [Polyvinyl]

London Brew: London Brew [Concord Jazz]

Molina, Lofgren, Talbot & Young: All Roads Lead Home [NYA]

Moss Icon: Lyburnum Wits End Liberation Fly (Anniversary Edition)[Temporary Residence Ltd.]

Mystic 100’s: On a Macro Diet [Listening House]

The New Pornographers: Continue as a Guest [Merge]

Noia: Gisela [Cascine]

Pépe: Reclaim [Lapsus]

Piotr Kurek: Peach Blossom [Mondoj]

Steve Gunn & David Moore: Let the Moon Be a Planet [Rvng Intl.]

Tzusing: 绿帽 Green Hat [Pan]

The White Stripes: Elephant (Deluxe) [Third Man]

William Tyler & The Impossible Truth: Secret Stratosphere [Merge]

April 7

Blondshell: Blondshell [Partisan]

Braid: Frame & Canvas (25th Anniversary Edition) [Polyvinyl]

Calvin Johnson: Gallows Wine [K]

Hatchie: Giving the World Away (Deluxe) [Secretly Canadian]

Jana Horn: The Window Is the Dream [No Quarter]

Linkin Park: Meteora 20th Anniversary Edition [Warner]

Thomas Bangalter: Mythologies [Erato/Warner Classics]

Tim Hecker: No Highs [Kranky]

Wednesday: Rat Saw God [Dead Oceans]

Yaeji: With a Hammer [XL]

April 14

Angel Olsen: Forever Means EP [Jagjaguwar]

Brian Dunne: Loser on the Ropes [Kill Rock Stars]

The Ducks: High Flyin’ (Live) [Shakey Pictures/Reprise]

El Michels Affair & Black Thought: Glorious Game [Big Crown]

Feist: Multitudes [Interscope]

Fenne Lily: Big Picture [Dead Oceans]

Fruit Bats: A River Running to Your Heart [Merge]

Kara Jackson: Why Does the Earth Give Us People to Love? [September]

Neil Young & The Santa Monica Flyers: Tonight’s the Night (Live) [Shakey Pictures/Reprise]

 METALLICA 72 Seasons

Ozmotic & Fennesz: Senzatempo [Touch]

Petite Noir: MotherFather [Roya]

Proc Fiskal: RT Hon EP [Hyperdub]

Shannon Lay: Covers Vol. 1 [Sub Pop]

Shygirl: Nymph_o [Because Music]

The Tallest Man on Earth: Henry St. [Anti-]

April 21

Esther Rose: Safe to Run [New West]

Everything But the Girl: Fuse [Buzzin’ Fly]

Silver Moth: Black Bay [Bella Union]

The Smashing Pumpkins: Atum [Martha’s Music]

April 28

Avalon Emerson & the Charm: Avalon Emerson & the Charm [Another Dove]

Baby Rose: Through and Through [Secretly Canadian]

Country Westerns: Forgive the City [Fat Possum]

Indigo De Souza: All of This Will End [Saddle Creek]

Jessie Ware: That! Feels Good! [PMR/Interscope]

JFDR: Museum [Houndstooth]

Martyna Basta: Slowly Forgetting, Barely Remembering [Warm Winters Ltd.]

The National: First Two Pages of Frankenstein [4AD]

Neil Gaiman & FourPlay String Quartet: Signs of Life [Instrumental]

Y La Bamba: Lucha [Tender Loving Empire]


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