Recommended New Album Streams: Listen to new music before its released

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Not sure if you want to buy the album you’ve been hearing about? Lucky for you, a lot of artists release their entire new albums a week before their release date for you to stream. While you relax on this sunny 80-degree weekend in mid January (in Los Angeles), bookmark this page so you can stream the following recommended album reviews. Whether you’re cleaning your house, working out or just getting some weekend work done on your computer, we highly recommend you give these albums a spin. All the albums below will be released on Tuesday, Jan. 21.

1. Warpaint — Warpaint: The queen hipsters of Los Angeles have finally released their highly anticipated sophomore album. Their debut album, The Fool, was released in 2010. Whether you love Warpaint because they’re a beautiful all-female band, or you’re not the biggest fan and think they should rather be called “snorepaint” — give their new music a listen, it may change your opinion.
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2. Girl Trouble — Hit It Or Quit It: 80s garage rock at its finest! In 1988, K Records and Sub Pop released Girl Trouble’s garage classic, Hit It or Quit It. This rattling rock ‘n’ roll album was the first full-length record that Sub Pop ever released. The iconic album is now getting a 25th anniversary reissue and includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks, “White Lightning” and “Shakin’ All Over”.
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3. Damien Jurado — Brothers And Sisters Of The Eternal Son: Singer-songwriter Damien Jurado’s has made a healthy roster of unique and gorgeous albums since 1997. Combining elements of indie, folk, Americana and experimental rock ‘n’ roll — there is never a disappointment with the talented Jurado.
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4. The Hidden Cameras — Age: Canadian indie pop outfit, the Hidden Cameras are back with a new album. Age is their first full-length record since their 2009 release, Origin:Orphan. It’s melodic, it’s dark, it’s sexy, and it’s full of “Gay Goth Scene” — not really, but we dig that song on the album.
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5. Against Me! — Transgender Dysphoria Blues: Florida political punks, Against Me! keep those power chords loud & proud with the release of their highly anticipated, Transgender Dysphoria Blues. This is Against Me’s first album since their 2010 White Crosses release and it’s also the group’s first album since singer Tom Gabel came out as a woman (Laura Jane Grace). True to their signature pop punk sound, Laura Jane Grace still delivers that same bravado that makes you want to throw a fist in the air and sing-along.
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