Previewing The Week's Top New Releases
Thom Yorke reveals his first album without the backing of Radiohead, DJ Cut Chemist does the same minus longtime collaborators Cut Chemist and Sufjan Stevens offers an alternate glimpse at his acclaimThe major-label debut from rapper Rhymefest, "Blue Collar" (Allido/J), featuring production by Kanye West.
The first new album in eight years from veteran rock act Soul Asylum, "The Silver Lining" (Legacy).
The Phish CD/DVD "Live in Brooklyn" (JEMP/Rhino), chronicling a June 17, 2004, show at Coney Island.
A new album from provocative dance/pop artist Peaches, "Impeach My Bush" (XL).
A long-delayed DVD edition of the Pink Floyd home video "Pulse" (Columbia), capturing the band's 1994 tour in support of "The Division Bell."
Reissues of the long out-of-print Jesus And Mary Chain albums "Psychocandy," "Darklands," "Automatic," "Honey's Dead" and "Stoned and Dethroned" (Rhino).
A new album from U.K. rock trio Muse, "Black Holes and Revelations" (Warner Bros.).
A live release from South African rock act Seether, "One Cold Night" (Wind-Up).
Electronica duo Plaid's "Greedy Baby" (Warp).