Music DVDs comprise the majority of new releases this week, but there are a few interesting albums.
First, the avalanche of visuals.
Released today are Queen’s Those Were The Days Of Our Lives, U2’s From The Sky Down, Guided By Voices’ Who Went Home And Cried, Dionne Warwick’s Love Will Keep Us Together, bluegrass veteran Bruce Hornsby’s One Night In Manhattan, Bob Mould from Husker Du and Sugar’s Circle Of Friends and Canadian thrash pioneers Voivod’s Tatsumaki Voivod Japan 2008
Hyped Aussie psychedelic fuzz rockers King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard drop their 9-song debut EP/mini-album.
There’s also Minnesota Rhymesayers hip-hop collective Doomtree’s new album No Kings.
If you’re interested in experimental but funky synth-pop, check out US artists AM and Shawn Lee’s Celestial Electric collaboration.
Folky UK singer Kate Walsh has fifth album The Real Thing and Canadian jazz adventurer Doug Tielli has Swan Sky Sea Squirrel.
Swedish pop-punk supergroup Franky Lee (Millencolin, Randy) deliver their second album There Is No Hell Like Other People.
Otherwise, it’s super slow. Go buy a copy of Buble’s Christmas album.