This week’s new music releases: August 13 2012

Spector, The Midnight Beast and Bloc Party all have new stuff out

Spector release their debut album ‘Enjoy It While It Lasts’ today (August 13) in a reasonably busy week for new releases.

The Midnight Beast release their self titled debut album, while there are also new records out from Incubus, Cypress Hill, Fozzy, While She Sleeps, Don Broco, Yellowcard and 2 Chainz.

Bloc Party release their new single ‘Octopus’ formally today, while George Michael also puts out his new track ‘White Light’. As well as this there are new tracks out from Paloma Faith, Jessie Ware, Django Django, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jake Bugg.


Singles released today:

Aiden Grimshaw – ‘Curtain Call’
Angel – ‘Wonderful’
Bloc Party – ‘Octopus’
Django Django – ‘Hail Bop’
Emily Barker And The Red Clay Halo feat. Frank Turner – ‘I Don’t Know Why’
Far East Movement feat. Cover Drive – ‘Turn Up The Love’
George Michael – ‘White Light’
Jake Bugg – ‘Taste It’
Jessie Ware – ‘Wildest Moments’
Kreayshawn – ‘Go Hard’
Lemar – ‘Invincible’
Noisettes – ‘Winner’
Paloma Faith – ’30 Minute Love Affair’
Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Strange Man’/’Long Progression’
Rita Ora – ‘How We Do (Party)’
Spector – ‘Never Fade Away’
Theme Park – ‘Jamaica’
We Are Augustines – ‘Book Of James’

Albums released today:

2 Chainz – ‘Based On A True Story’
Black Light Burns – ‘The Moment You Realize You’re Going To Fall’
Camille O’Sullivan – ‘Changeling’
Cypress Hill – ‘Cypress Hill X Rusko’
Dead Can Dance – ‘Anastasis’
Don Broco – ‘Priorities’
Dublin Death Patrol – ‘Death Sentence’
Emma Hewitt – ‘Burn Down The Sky’
Faceless – ‘Autotheism’
Fozzy – ‘Sin And Bones’
In This Moment – ‘Blood’
Incubus – ‘Incubus HQ Live’
James Yorkston – ‘I Was A Cat From A Book’
Jaytech – ‘Multiverse’
The Kinks – ‘At The BBC
The Midnight Beast – ‘The Midnight Beast’
Ryan O’Shaughnessy – ‘Ryan O’Shaughnessy’
Spector – ‘Enjoy It While It Lasts’
Such Gold – ‘Midadventures’
Sue Denim – ‘And The Unicorn’
While She Sleeps – ‘This Is The Six’
Various Artists – ‘Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac’
Yellowcard – ‘Southern Air’