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10 New Albums to Stream Now: Camila Cabello, Anderson East and More Rolling Stone Editors’ Picks

January 13th, 2018 · No Comments · Guitar

Camila Cabello, Camila
The solo debut from the “Havana” thrush and former Fifth Harmony member is “a personal statement, low-key and mellow even when it’s infused with the rhythms of her Cuban-Mexican heritage,” writes Rob Sheffield. “Even at her most tormented, she sounds totally confident and totally herself.”
Read Our Feature: Camila Cabello on Debut Album: “This Sounds Like Me and Only Me”
Read Our Review: Camila Cabello Eschews Bangers on Personal, Low-Key Solo Album
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Anderson East, Encore
Led by the Ed Sheeran co-write and Triple-A smash “All on My Mind,” the second album from the soul-Americana troubadour also features a song he co-wrote with Chris and Morgane Stapleton (the full-bodied “King For a Day”) and a choir-assisted cover of Willie Nelson’s “Somebody Pick Up My Pieces.”  
Listen: Anderson East on Rolling Stone Country‘s podcast, Walking the Floor
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Jonny Greenwood, Phantom Thread (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Far from his slapping-and-swarming, Penderecki-esque soundtrack to There Will Be Blood, Jonny Greenwood provides the slow and intimate Paul Thomas Anderson film with some gentle strings influenced by the orchestral music on jazz records and Glenn Gould’s Bach interpretations released in the Fifties.
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Børns, Blue Madonna
Pop savant Garrett Clark Borns’ second album features the shimmying “Faded Heart,” the jittery yet spectral “We Don’t Care” and the gauzy, Lana Del Rey-assisted “God Save Our Young Blood.” 
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Big Star, Live at Lafayette’s Music Room – Memphis, TN
This 1973 concert by the power pop legends served as the linchpin for the First Annual National Association of Rock Writers Convention, which gathered more than 100 scribes in Memphis. The setlist includes Big Star classics like “When My Baby’s Beside Me,” “In the Street” and “Thirteen” as well as covers of The Kinks and T. Rex. 
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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Wrong Creatures
The San Francisco gloom-garage outfit’s first album in five years includes the starlit “Echo” and the stomping “Little Thing Gone Wild.” 
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Various Artists, Dr. Demento Covered in Punk
Left-of-the-dial legend Dr. Demento was an champion of both “novelty music” and punk rock, and this compilation pays tribute to the songs and artists he’s helped make notorious over the years. Comedy king “Weird Al” Yankovic (who contributes a faithful, oompah-tinged cover of Ramones’ “Beat on the Brat”), horror-punk icons the Misfits and Star Trek‘s Captain Kirk William Shatner are among the artists who make over Demento-approved tracks, while interstitial bits showcase the show’s weird between-songs goings-on. 
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Typhoon, Offerings
A dark, brooding concept album focused on a man who’s losing his memory – and, as a result, his whole conception of self.  
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Spice Boys, Glade
Feisty, hooky garage-pop from Sweden.
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Maxo Kream, Punken
The first proper album from the laconic Houston MC. 
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Article source: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/best-albums-to-stream-now-camila-cabello-and-more-w515375