On August 3, 2021, “Drag City” label released “Harmonizer”, the thirteenth Ty Segall studio album. It was recorded in 2020, at “Harmonizer Studios” in Topanga, California, and was produced by Cooper Crain and Ty Segall.
Ty Segall – vocals, guitar, synthesizer, bass, drums, percussion, mixing
On August 3, 2018, “Infectious Music” label released “Living in Extraordinary Times”, is the 15th James studio album. It was recorded October – December 2017, at “Livingston” and “Iguana” in London, and was produced by Charlie Andrew and Beni Giles.
Tim Booth – lead and backing vocals, percussion
Adrian Oxaal – guitar, cello, backing vocals
Mark Hunter – keyboards, percussion, drum programming
Jim Glennie – bass guitar, percussion
David Baynton-Power – drums, percussion
Saul Davies – percussion, guitar, violin
Andy Diagram – trumpet, backing vocals
Brian Eno – synth programming
Charlie Andrew – drums, percussion, congas, bells, synth programming, additional drum programming, horns arrangements
On August 3, 2018, “Forasteiro” and “Universal” labels released “O Tempo É Agora”, the second Anavitória studio album. It was recorded May – June 2018, and was produced by Tiago Iorc and Moogie Canazio. In 2019, the album won the “Latin Grammy” for “Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album”.
Ana Caetano – lead vocals
Vitória Falcão – lead vocals
Mike Tulio – co lead vocals
Tim Pierce – guitars
Roberto Pollo – keyboards
Jamie Muhoberac – keyboards
Sean Hurley — bass
Jamie Wollam — drums
Moogie Canazio – recording engineer, digital editing
Matt Wolach, Bo Bodnar, June Murakawa, Daniel Pampury = recording engineer assistant
On August 3, 2000, Maurice Kinn, died aged 66. He was publisher, in 1953 bought “The New Musical Express”, and turned it into the world’s foremost music paper, between 1963 and 1966 he organized the annual “NME” poll-winners concerts, and staged the first all-star jazz concerts at the “Royal Albert Hall”, becoming one of the most influential figures of the world music scene in the 1950’ and 1960’.
On August 3, 1983, “Arion Records” and “Sound Resources” labels released “Journey of the Dunadan”, the debut Glass Hammer album. It was recorded in 1983 and was produced by Feed Schendel and Stephen DeArge. It is a concept album based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s novel “The Lord of the Rings”.
Fred Schendel – lead and backing vocals, organ, keyboards, acoustic guitar, recorder, drums
Stephen DeArqe – lead and backing vocals, synthesizer, bass guitar, trurus pedal, medieval guitar, percussion
On August 3, 1992, “Rockville” label released “March 16–20, 1992”, the third Uncle Tupelo studio album. It was recorded March 16–20, 1992, at “John Keane Studios” in Athens, Georgia, and was produced by Peter Buck.
Jay Farrar– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, 12 string guitar, harmonica
Jeff Tweedy– vocals, bass guitar, guitar, 12 string guitar
Mike Heidorn– drums, cymbals, tambourine
Brian Henneman– banjo, bouzouki, guitar, mandolin, slide guitar
On August 3, 2009, “Domino” label released “Two Dancers”, the second Wild Beasts studio album. It was recorded in January 2009, at “Ladders Farm” in Norfolk, UK, and was produced by Richard Formby, Hayden Thorpe, Tom Fleming, Ben Little and Chris Talbot.
Hayden Thorpe – lead and backing vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards
Tom Fleming – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, keyboards, guitar