On September 3, 2013, “EMI” label released “Sequel to the Prequel”, the third Babyshambles studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Stephen Street.
Peter Doherty – lead vocal, electric guitar, percussion
Mick Whitnall – acoustic and electric guitar
Stephen Street – electric guitar, tambourine, percussion, mixing
Stephen Large – piano, organ, melodica, recording
Drew McConnell – bass, double bass, acoustic and electric guitar, backing vocals
Adam Falkner – drums, percussion
Miki Beavis – violin
David Lasserson – viola
Justin Hayward Young – backing vocals
Frederic Vectol – engineer
Mike Crossey – mixing
Jonathan Gilmore – mixing assistant
John Davis – mastering
Damien Hirst – artwork
Paul Kennedy – design
Eva Davier – photography
Pennie Smith – photography
Fireman – Mick Whitnall, Peter Doherty, Drew McConnell
Nothing Comes to Nothing – Mick Whitnall, Peter Doherty, Stephen Street
New Pair – Drew McConnell, Peter Doherty
Farmer’s Daughter – Peter Doherty, Mick Whitnall
Fall from Grace – Drew McConnell, Robinson, Peter Doherty
Maybelline – Mick Whitnall, Peter Doherty
Sequel to the Prequel – Peter Doherty, Mick Whitnall, Drew McConnell
Dr. No – Mick Whitnall, Peter Doherty, Drew McConnell
Penguins – Drew McConnell, Peter Doherty
Picture Me in a Hospital – Peter Doherty, Drew McConnell
Seven Shades – Drew McConnell, Peter Doherty
Minefield – Peter Doherty, Drew McConnell, Mick Whitnall, Robinson
On August 6, 2013, “Modular Recordings” label released “Hobo Rocket”, the fifth Pond studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Kevin Parker.
Nicholas Allbrook – vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizer Jay Watson – vocals, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, zither Joe Ryan – acoustic and electric guitar, rhythm guitar, sitar, tambourine, bass, synthesizer, drums Jamie Terry – acoustic and electric guitar, bass Cam Avery – slide guitar, drums Dave Parkin – saxophone Cowboy John – vocals
Whatever Happened to the Million Head Collide Xanman O Dharma Aloneaflameaflower Giant Tortoise Hobo Rocket Midnight Mass (At the Market St. Payphone)
On August 5, 2014, “Dine Alone Records” and “Universal Music Canada” labels released “High Noon”, the third Arkells studio album. It was recorded in 2013, at “The Hobby Shop” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Tony Hoffer.
Max Kerman – lead vocals, guitar Micheal DeAngelis – vocals, guitar Anthony Carone – vocals, keyboards, strings, arranger Nick Dika – bass guitar Tim Oxford – drums, percussion Leland Whitty – tenor saxophone Dana Grey – baritone saxophone Ernesto Barahona – trombone Christine Chesebrough – violin Kelly Lefaive – violin Emma Vachon-Tweeny – viola Igor Saika-Voivod – cello, score, conductor Cameron Lister – recording Tony Hoffer – mixing Eric Ratz – engineer, mixing Harry Hess – mastering Micheal DeAngelis – design Brooks Reynolds – photography
All tracks by Max Kerman, Micheal DeAngelis, Anthony Carone, Nick Dika and Tim Oxford.
Fake Money Come to Light Cynical Bastards 11:11 Never Thought That This Would Happen Dirty Blonde What Are You Holding on To? Hey Kids! Leather Jacket Crawling Through the Window Systematic
On July 11, 2014, “RCA” label released “Strange Desire”, the debut Bleachers album. It was recorded 2013 – 2014, and was produced by Jack Antonoff, John Hill, Greg Kurstin and Vince Clarke.
Jack Antonoff – vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, piano, drums, string arrangement, programming Little Ricky Antonoff – guitar Greg Kurstin – synths, electric guitars, drums Vince Clarke – keyboards, programming John Hill – drums, guitars, keyboards, programming Jon Shiffman – drums Victoria Parker – violin Phillip Peterson – cello, string arrangement Emile Haynie – programming Kurt Uenala – programming Grimes – vocals Yoko Ono – spoken word Cyrus Grace Dunham – spoken word Sara Quin – backing vocals Rachel Antonoff – backing vocals Andrew Dost – backing vocals Mae Whitman – backing vocals Lena Dunham – backing vocals
All tracks by Jack Antonoff and John Hill, except where noted.
Wild Heart Rollercoaster Shadow – Jack Antonoff, John Hill, Emile Haynie I Wanna Get Better Wake Me – Jack Antonoff, Patrick Berger, John Hill Reckless Love Take Me Away – Jack Antonoff, Claire Boucher, John Hill Like a River Runs You’re Still a Mystery I’m Ready to Move On / Wild Heart Reprise – Jack Antonoff, Yoko Ono, Jack Hill Who I Want You to Love – Jack Antonoff, Jack Hill, Emile Haynie
On April 16, 2021, “Concord” label released “Let the Bad Times Roll”, the tenth Offspring (The) studio album. It was recorded 2013 – 2019, and was produced by Bob Rock.
Noodles – guitar, backing vocals Dexter Holland – lead and backing vocals, guitar, bass Pete Parada – drums Alan Chang – piano Josh Freese – drums Jason Powell – saxophone, clarinet Phil Jordan – trumpet Eric Marbauch – trombone Ricardo “Tiki” Pasillas – additional percussion Jason “Blackball” McLean – additional vocals Dave Pierce – sound design Bob Rock – mixing, engineer Adam Greenholtz – mixing Emily Lazar – mastering Chris Allgood – mastering Daveed Benito – artwork, design
All tracks by Dexter Holland, except where noted.
This Is Not Utopia Let the bad Times Roll Behind Your Walls Army of One Breaking These Bones Coming for You We Never Have Sex Anymore In the Hall of the Mountain King – Edvard Grieg The Opioid Diaries Hassan Chop Gone Away Lullaby
On April 4, 2014, “Head Records” label released “Certified Blue”, the fourteenth Black Sorrows (The) studio album. It was recorded in 2013, at “Woodstock Studios”, and was produced by Joe Camilleri and John McAll.
Joe Camilleri – vocals, guitar, harp, percussion Claude Carranza – vocals, guitar John McAll – vocals, keyboards Mark Gray – vocals, bass Angus Burchall – drums Tim Wilson – alto saxophone, flute Julien Wilson – tenor saxophone Greg Clarkson – baritone saxophone James Mustafa – trumpet Travis Woods – trumpet Ben Gillespie – trombone
Roarin’ Town Certified Blue Can’t Give Up on You Wake Me Up in Paradise Save Me Return of the Voodoo Sheiks Righteous Blues Lovers Waltz Man of Straw The Devil Came Knockin’ on Sunday
On March 15, 2013, “Weathermaker Music” label released “Earth Rocker”, the tenth Clutch studio album. It was recorded in October 2012, and was produced by Machine.
Neil Fallon – vocals, guitar, harmonica, percussion Tim Sult – guitar Dan Maines – bass Jean-Paul Gaster – drums, percussion Machine – engineer, mixing Alberto De Icaza – additional engineering, editing Randy LeBouf – editing Paul Logas – mastering Zakk Cervini, Justin Aufdemkampe – producer assistant
All tracks by Neil Fallon, Tim Sult, Dan Maines and Jean-Paul Gaster.
Earth Rocker Crucial Velocity Mr. Freedom D.C. Sound Attack Unto the Breach Gone Cold The Face Book, Saddle & Go Cyborg Bette Oh, Isabella The Wolf Man Kindly Requests…
On March 6, 2013, “A-Sketch” label released “Jinsei×Boku=”, the sixth One Ok Rock studio album.
Takahiro “Taka” Moriuchi – lead vocals, arranger Toru Yamashita – guitars, arranger Ryota Kohama – bass guitar, arranger Tomoya Kanki – drums, percussion, arranger Makoto Minagawa – piano Kiyohide Ura – piano Yoshinobu Takeshita – contrabass Mio Okamura – violin Shohei Yoshida – violin Mikiyo Kikuchi – viola Robin Dupuy – cello Ayano Kasahara – cello Mari Masumoto – cello Akkin – programming, arranger Kenichi Arai – engineer Takashi Kagami – engineer John Feldmann – mixing Tommy English – mixing Tue Madsen – mixing Chris Lord-Alge – mixing Kazuaki Seki – art direction Daichi Shiono – design
All lyrics are written by Takahiro “Taka” Moriuchi , music as noted.
Introduction – Where Idiot Should Go – Toru Yamashita Ending Story – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi, Toru Yamashita Onion – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi The Beginning – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi Clock Strikes – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi, Toru Yamashita Be the Light – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi Nothing Helps – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi, Toru Yamashita, Tomoya, Ryota Juvenile – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi All Mine – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi Smiling Down – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi, Toru Yamashita Deeper Deeper – Ryota, Tomoya 69 – Takahiro Taka Moriuchi, Toru Yamashita, Tomoya, Ryota The Same As… Takahiro Taka Moriuchi
On March 4, 2014, “ECM” label released “One Is the Other”, the twelve Billy Hart album. It was recorded April – May 2013, At “Avatar Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.
Billy Hart – drums Mark Turner – tenor sax Ethan Iverson – piano Ben Street – double bass
All tracks by Billy Hart, except where noted.
Lennie Groove – Mark Turner Maraschino – Ethan Iverson Teule’s Redemption Amethyst Yard Sonnet for Stevie – Mark Turner Some Enchanted Evening – Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II Big Trees – Ethan Iverson
On March 3, 2014, “Inside Out Music” label released “Into the Maelstrom”, the fourth Bigelf studio album. It was recorded in 2013, and was produced by Damon Fox.
Damon Fox – vocals, guitar, keyboards Luis Maldonado – guitar Duffy Snowhill – bass Mike Portnoy – drums Steve Linsley – engineer
All tracks by Damon Fox.
Incredible Time Machine Hypersleep Already Gone Alien Frequency The Professor & the Madman Mr. Harry McQuhae Vertigod Control Freak High Edge of Oblivion Theater of Dreams ITM