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  1. XL Recordings co-founder Richard Russell released his debut full-length as Everything Is Recorded back in 2018, and he's already ready to put out another one. His sophomore album, FRIDAY FOREVER, is due out in April, and it's themed around the Friday night experience -- each track title is attributed to a different time, from 9:46PM…
  2. Every Sun, Every Moon, the forthcoming album from Redlands, California emo band I'm Glad It's You, has some enticing associations going for it. It was produced by punk and indie legend J. Robbins. The consistently rewarding 6131 Records is releasing it. It's accompanied by an essay from poet, critic, and occasional Stereogum contributor Hanif Abdurraquib.
  3. Boston alt-rockers Throwing Muses released their last album, Purgatory/Paradise, in 2013, and since then vocalist Kristin Hersh has released a couple of solo albums, most recently's 2018's Possible Dust Clouds. Today, they've announced a new full-length called Sun Racket -- it's their first album in 7 years.
  4. Arizona rap trio (and Band To Watch) Injury Reserve released their self-titled debut album last spring. And at the end of last year, they kicked off a series of loosies with the JPEGMAFIA- and Code Orange-featuring "HPNGC."
  5. Legendary West Coast punk Alice Bag released her debut solo album back in 2016 and followed that up in 2018 with Blueprint. This past December, she released a very good Christmas song called "No Gifts For Nazis," and now she's back and ready with another full-length, Sister Dynamite, which is out in April.