Get your weekly CAS rundown of all of our favorite new music releasing this week! Click on the artist name to link to their website and click on the album to link to the download.

 

A Sunny Day In GlasgowSea When Absent

‘Bye Bye, Big Ocean (The End)’

Carolina StoryChapter Two – EP

‘Chapter Two – Clips’

Ed Sheeranx

‘Sing’

How To Dress WellWhat Is This Heart?

‘Words I Don’t Remember’

KittenKitten (debut self-titled album)

‘Why I Wait’

Mastodon - Once More ‘Round The Sun

‘High Road’

PhishFuego

‘Waiting All Night’

PHOXPHOX

‘Slow Motion’

SPEAKPedals

‘Weiss / This Much I Know’

Strand of OaksHEAL

‘Shut In’

VacationerRelief

‘The Wild Life’

Young LiarsTidal Wave (debut album)

‘Night Window’

Weekly Release

Cause A Scene —  June 17, 2014 — Leave a comment

Catch a CAS rundown of all of our favorite new tunes dropping this week! Click on the artist name to link to their website and click on the album to link to the download.

 

The AntlersFamiliars

‘Hotel’

Dave Matthews BandRemember Two Things (vinyl reissue)

‘Ants Marching’

David GreyMutineers

‘Back In The World’

The KnifeShaken-Up Versions (a mini album of reworked classic tracks)

‘Without You My Life Would Be Boring’

Lana Del ReyUltraviolence

‘West Coast’

Sam Smith - In the Lonely Hour

‘Stay With Me’

Willie NelsonBand of Brothers

‘Band of Brothers’

Chrissie Hind (of The Pretenders) - Stockholm (debut solo album)

‘Dark Sunglasses’

First Aid KitStay Gold

‘My Silver Lining’

Jack WhiteLazaretto (order 12″ vinyl)

‘Lazaretto’

Mary GauthierTrouble & Love

‘How You Learn to Live Alone’

O.A.R.The Rockville LP

‘Peace’

PassengerWhispers

‘Scare Away the Dark’ (Live Billboard Studio Session)

Umphrey’s McGeeSimilar Skin

‘Cut the Cable’

Andrew BirdThings Are Really Great Here, Sort Of…

Blackbird BlackbirdTangerine Sky

‘There Is Nowhere’

Clap Your Hands Say YeahOnly Run

‘As Always’

Hamilton Leithauser (of The Walkmen) – Black Hours

‘I Retired’

Joe HenryInvisible Hour

‘Lead Me On’

Led ZeppelinLed Zeppelin I, II & III Super Deluxe Edition Box Sets

‘Led Zeppelin New 2014 Remastered Play’

Lee Fields and the ExpressionsEmma Jean

‘Just Can’t Win’

LPForever For Now

‘Night Like This’

MatisyahuAkeda

‘Broken Car’

The Pains of Being Pure At HeartDays of Abandon

‘Simple and Sure’

Parquet CourtsSunbathing Animal

‘Sunbathing Animal’

cereusbright

Just this past April, I had the overwhelming pleasure of experiencing folk band Cereus Bright bring down the house as they played their fantastic cover of the Bee Gees disco classic when they opened up a CAS secret show for The Lone Bellow at the Marathon Village complex in Nashville. Cereus Bright has now upped the ante as their official video for “Stayin’ Alive” released last week. The band’s rendition expertly retains the soulful heart of the song while simultaneously maintaining their own folk identity. The video is masterfully directed, produced and edited by the band’s own Evan Ford (lead guitar, mandolin, backup vocals) and is backed by a killer string ensemble, giving the song powerhouse depth that rivals that of a live performance.

Cereus Bright was formed less than three years ago by Ford and lead vocalist and guitarist Tyler Anthony in Knoxville, TN. In that short amount of time, the duo has harnessed a complex and mature sound that feels closer to that of a band that has been playing together for decades. With two EP’s under their belt and the additions of bassist Matt Nelson and drummer Luke Bowers, Cereus Bright looks to kick off a 20-stop U.S. tour in St. Louis, MO on the 14th of this month. Download their debut EP, Goldmine, for free on their website and get their latest EP, Happier Than Me, on iTunes.

- Christian Lerchenfeld