Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson, Chris Janson top this week’s new music releases

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A trio of country favorites — Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson and Chris Janson — headlines this week’s new music release offerings (all subject to change)…

Album of the Week: Hot off Academy of Country Music Awards honors as Entertainer of the Year, Miranda Lambert releases “Palomino” (Vanner/ RCA Nashville), her eighth studio album and follow-up to last year’s acclaimed “The Marfa Tapes” collaboration. Always one to surprise, Lambert teams up with the B-52′s on “Music City Queen” and covers the title track from Mick Jagger’s 1993 solo album “Wandering Spirit.”

Album Title of the Week: Ann Wilson, “Fierce Bliss” (Silver Lining Music)

Did Ya Know?: “Profound Mysteries” (Dog Triumph) is Norwegian electronic duo Royksopp’s first new release in seven years and features guest appearances by Alison Goldfrapp, Susanne Sundfor, Astrid S., Beki Mari, Pixx and more.

New & Noteworthy

The Head and the Heart, “Every Shade of Blue” (Warner)

Chris Janson, “All In” (Warner Music Nashville)

Norah Jones, “Come Away With Me: 20th Anniversary Edition” (Blue Note)

Kehlani, “Blue Water Road” (TSNMI/Atlantic)

Willie Nelson, “A Beautiful Time” (Legacy)

Ted Nugent, “Detroit Muscle” (Pavement)

Rammstein, “Zeit” (Vertigo/Capitol)

Eli Paperboy Reed, “Down Every Road” (Yep Roc)

Trombone Shorty, “Lifted” (Blue Note)

Robin Trower, “No More Worlds to Conquer” (Provogue/Mascot)

Hot New Singles

Arcade Fire, “Unconditional I (Lookout Kid);” ARO/Aimee Osbourne, “Against Mine;” Badshah, J. Balvin and Tainy, “Voodoo;” Bahari, “Hot Mess” featuring Yoshi Flower; Erica Banks, “Pop Out;” beabadoobee, “See You Soon;” Daniel Caesar, “Please Do Not Lean” featuring Babbadnotgood; Def Leppard, “Take What You Want;” The Editors, “Heart Attack;” Brett Eldredge, “Songs About You;” Lindsay Ell, “Right On Time;” George Ezra, “Green Green Grass;” The Golden Roses, “New Pal;” Journey, “You Got the Best of Me;” Tay Keith, “Lights Off” featuring Gunna and Lil Durk; The Kid Laroi, “A Thousand Miles;” Skip Marley, “Change;” Megan Thee Stallion, “Letter to My Ex” and “Plan B;” Mercury & the Architects, “Chain Reaction;” Mandy Moore, “The Forever Now”; Jared James Nichols, “Hard Wired;” NLE Choppa, “Slut Me Out;” Pop Evil, “Eye of the Storm;” Shakira, “Te Felicito;” Soccer Mommy, “Unholy Affliction;” Sam Smith, “Love Me More;” The Subways, “Oi You Boy Bands;” Thao, “Ambition;” Jack Tempchin and Mrs. Henry, “Waiting;” Carrie Underwood, “Crazy Angels;” Warpaint, “Hips;” Westside Boogie, “Aight” featuring Shelley FKA DRAM; Zolita, “I F*cking Love You”

Also Out

June Ata, “Some Songs” (Flying On Fire)

Jon Balke and Siwan, “Hafla, “ECM)

Barney Bentall, “Cosmic Dreamer” (True North)

Bits in Pockets, “The Bits” (MMY)

blackwinterwells, “Crystal Shards” (Eyeball)

Blessing, “the girl next door” (RCA)

Bloc Party, “Alpha Games” (Infectious/BMG)

Blossoms, “Ribbons Around the Bomb” (EMI)

Bonham-Bullick, “Bonham Bullick (Quarto Valley)

Action Bronson, “Cocodrillo Turbo” (Loma Vista/Concord)

Diane Coffee, “With People” (Polyvinyl)

The Coffis Brothers, “Turn My Radio Up” (Blue Rose Music)

Mitch Davis, “The Haunt, (Arbutus)

Devil Master, “Ecstasies of Never Ending Night” (Relapse)

Empire Springs, “The Luminescence” (self-released)

Gus Englehorn, “Dungeon Master” (Secret City)

Enneade, “Withered Flowers and Cinnamon” (Vallis Lupi Productions)

Field Works, “Stations” (Field Works)

Frog Eyes, “The Bees” (Paper Bag)

Frontperson, “Parade” (Oscar St.)

Dana Fuchs, “Borrowed Time” (Ruf)

Girlpool, “Forgiveness” (Anti-/Epitaph)

Angie Goeke, “If I Were Honest” (self-released)

Tigran Hamasyan, “StandArt” (Nonesuch)

Shaina Hayes, “To Coax a Waltz” (self-released)

HD4President, “Find My Way” (Motown)

The Head and the Heart, “Every Shade of Blue” (Warner)

Honeyglaze, “Honeyglaze” (Speedy Wunderground/[PIAS])

Kaipa, “Urskog” (InsideOutMusic)

Lola Kirke, “Lady For Sale” (Third Man)

Kitchen Dwellers, “Wise River” (No Coincidence)

Let’s Eat Grandma, “Two Ribbons” (Transgressive)

Corb Lund, “Songs My Friends Wrote” (New West)

Market, “The Consistent Brutal Bulls*** Going” (Western Vinyl)

Briston Maroney, “Sunflower (Deluxe!!!)” (Atlantic)

MattstaGraham, “Prescribe Whatever” (Surrender)

Dan McCloskey, “The Chaos and the Beauty” (Lemon Hill)

Melody’s Echo Chamber, “Emotional Eternal” (Domino)

Alex Miller, “Miller Time” (Billy Jam)

Jamie Miller, “Broken Memories” (Atlantic/Geaux Uptown)

Miyeon, “My” (CUBE Entertainment)

Melody’s Echo Chamber, “Emotional Eternal” (Domino)

PJ Morton, “Watch the Sun” (Morton/Empire)

Izaak Opatz, “Extra Medium” (Mama Bird)

Kelly Lee Owens, “LP.8″ (Smalltown Supersound)

Paddy and the Rats, “From Wasteland to Wonderland” (Napalm)

Saran Jane Nelson, “Shelby Park” (self-released)

The Potash Twins, “Hornography” (self-released)

Psy, “Psy 9th” (YG Entertainment)

Shilpa Ray, “Portrait of a Lady” (Northern Spy)

Lily Refrain, “Mana” (Subsound)

Maggie Rogers, “Surrender” (Capitol)

Scalping, “Void” (Houndstooth)

Sofi Tukker, “Wet Tennis” (Sofi Tukker LLC/Ultra)

Caroline Spence, “True North” (Rounder)

Thunder, “Dopamine” (BMG)

Tomberlin, “I Don’t Know Who Needs to Hear This…” (Saddle Creek)

Toro y Moi, “Mahal” (Dead Oceans)

Waxflower, “The Sound of What Went Wrong” (Rude)

Faye Webster, “Car Therapy Sessions” (Secretly Canadian)

Cory Wong, “Power Station” (self-released)

Wumpscut, “Fledermaus 303″ (Metropolis)

Warren Zeiders, “717 Tapes — EP (Vol. 2)” (Warner)

From The Vaults

The B-52′s “Whammy” (Music on CD)

Bill Bruford, “Making a Song and Dance: A Complete Career Collection” (BMG)

Roger Chapman, “Moth to a Flame (The Recordings 1979-1981)” (Esoteric/Cherry Red)

Miley Cyrus, “Attention: Miley Live (Deluxe Edition)” (Columbia)

Robert Fripp, “Washington Square Church” (DGM)

Penguin Café Orchestra, “A Matter of Life…2001″ (self-released)

Say ZuZu, “Here Again: A Retrospective (1994-2002)” (Strolling Bones)

Sparks, “Balls,” “Lil’ Beethoven” and “Hello Young Lovers” (BMG)

Neil Young, “Neil Young Official Release Series Discs 13, 14, 20 & 21″ (Reprise)


“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Music From Season Four” (Legacy)

“Take Me to the River — New Orleans” (Petaluma)

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