Toronto’s own Thousand Foot Krutch follow up their 2012 record ‘The End Is Where We Begin’ with their new seventh studio album ‘Oxygen:Inhale.’ The album was created with the help of their fans through an extremely successful Pledge Music campaign, and promoted with the video for lead single ‘Born This Way.’ The trio are on tour now and play a free show at the Air Canada Centre for the Festival Of Hope September 13th. Rustie’s second album on Warp Records ‘Green Language’ showcases the full breadth of this Glasgow producer’s talent. The record was recorded at 4am to the sounds of birdsong and the beauty of the Scottish sunrise, and features guests Danny Brown, D Double E and Redinho. Play through the record on his Green Language video game or watch the video for Danny Brown’s featured track ‘Attak.’ The eighth album from British classic rock band The Kinks is being re-released as a deluxe edition. One of the bands most critically and commercially successful albums ‘Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround’ is now available with additional demos, instrumentals, alternate versions and mono singles – some that is never before heard. Listen to the title single ‘Lola’ and jump back to 1970.
Here are the remaining releases this week from Fontana North:
Claude Speeed ‘My Skeleton’ Digital CD
Benjamin Booker/Hurray For The Riff Raff ‘Newport Folk Festival 7″ Vol. 1′ Vinyl
Eno • Hyde ‘High Life’ Vinyl
Various Artists ‘A State of Trance Classics 9′ Digital 4CD