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Ayiesha Woods
Full Circle EP
Release Date: September 25, 2020
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Eclectic-pop musician Ayiesha Woods is no stranger to the music scene. She has been around since the release of her award-winning 2004 independent album, What You Do To Me. After catching the ear of TobyMac and signing with Gotee Records, she released two pop albums containing radio hits “Happy” and “Enough” from Introducing Ayiesha Woods in 2006. A second album, titled Love Like This, followed in 2008, and then as her career was taking off, she went on hiatus to start a family. Taking a break to start a family for nearly a decade was a risk for her career (and an admirable one at that), thankfully, Ayiesha got the itch to record music once again, albeit the independent route. On her own label, Woods dropped a full-length album in 2014, following that up with a seven-song EP in 2017. After teasing new music with the single "Family" back in April of 2020, Woods adds five all-new tunes to the mix in an EP titled Full Circle...

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Slick Shoes
Rotation & Frequency
Release Date: September 25, 2020
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Nearly two decades after their last studio album, Far From Nowhere, Slick Shoes is back with a brand new album, courtesy of Tooth & Nail Records. Rotation and Frequency features the original Slick Shoes line-up that brought you Rusty, though "rusty" proves to be a terrible descriptor for them in 2020. Though the band has produced plenty of great music over the years, Rotation and Frequency might very well be peak Slick Shoes. Not a single moment of this album is wasted; it's filled to the brim with a fast-paced, energetic, classic pop punk style that still feels modern. And while some pop punk bands rely on their speed and some power chords (not that that's a bad thing), Slick Shoes once again shows off their...

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PEABOD
Wonderful and Scary
Release Date: September 25, 2020
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With "Wonderful and Scary," Centricity Music's PEABOD continues to build onto the story that started with the release of "Big Feelings" in July. The third installment in his 5-track Growing Up: Part One EP is now here, and it's a loving nod to those who've been closely following the Washington State rapper for the past three years. "Big Feelings" was a darker tone than most fans are used to from the self-proclaimed "happy hip-hop" artist, but it helped paint a very honest, very relatable picture of Isaac Peabody's personal struggle with bitterness. He has since revealed that God has brought him out of this inner turmoil, but he isn't about to let the lesson pass him by without sharing it with his listeners...

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Fit for a King
The Path
Release Date: September 18, 2020
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Regardless of the events of the year, Texas-based metalcore outfit Fit for a King is taking a markedly more optimistic turn on The Path. Largely abandoning the desperate-but-hopeful lyricism found on 2018's Dark Skies, the album embraces instead the bold and triumphant declarations of Slave to Nothing, complementing the anthemic, metal-focused rock sound of the record. Shaking up the formula that has defined their past discography, The Path keeps up the band's consistent reputation while changing enough to avoid feeling stale...

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This Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Justin McRoberts Take Your Burdens to the Lord - Single (independent)
Andy Mineo Jackson Pollock - Single [Reach]


This Friday, October 2, 2020
Acceptance Wild, Free [Tooth & Nail]
Josh Baldwin Evidence [Bethel Music]
Fireflight Who We Are - Single [Rockfest]
Jason Gray Reorder - EP [Centricity]
Kirk Franklin and the Family Christmas Vinyl Re-release [RCAI]
Jaime Jamgochian All Things [New Day]
The Nelons Peace At Last [Daywind]


Next Friday, October 9, 2020
Austin & Lindsey Adamec Sound of the House EP [Integrity]
Landry Cantrell Glasshouse [DREAM]
Marvin Sapp Chosen Vessel [RCA/Provident]
Sarah Reeves Life Love & Madness [Curb/Word]
Michael W. Smith STILL, Vol. 1 [The Fuel]
Wolves at the Gate Dawn EP [Solid State]
Zauntee 3:34 [Fair Trade]


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