10 Albums to Look Forward to in March 2023

From our favorite artists who have been delivering killer albums for years to the rising musicians just starting to break through, these are the ten albums to look forward to in March 2023.

slowthai

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slowthai: UGLY
Release Date: March 3

Released March 3rd via Interscope / Method Records, slowthai’s third LP UGLY is a fusion of rap, alt-rock, and electronica made especially for himself. The result is a collection of tracks that defy any specific genre and highlight an artist with the freedom to create what he wants.

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The Veils: . . . And Out Of The Void Came Love
Release Date: March 3

After a 7 year hiatus, Finn Andrews and The Veils have returned to the fold to release their double LP … And Out Of The Void Came Love. The follow-up to 2016’s Total Depravity is an epic 15-track endeavor designed to be listened to in two sittings with a short break in the middle, or as Andrews instructs: “Make a coffee or smoke a cigarette – but don’t mow the lawn or go to the movies or something, that takes too long.”

Dutch Uncles Poppin'

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Dutch Uncles: True Entertainment
Release Date: March 10

Manchester-based art rock band Dutch Uncles are back with their sixth studio album, True Entertainment. Known for their eclectic sound, complex arrangements, and sharp lyrics, the band has built a dedicated following over the years. So, what does their latest offering bring to the table? Let’s hope it’s a continuation of their delightful art rock.

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Yves Tumor: Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds)
Release Date: March 17

Miami-born musician and producer Yves Tumor has announced his forthcoming fifth studio album. Entitled Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds), the recording promises to be his most intimate and personal statement to date.

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100 Gecs: 10,000 Gecs
Release Date: March 17

10,000 Gecs is the upcoming second studio album by American duo 100 Gecs. The highly anticipated album has been in the works since mid-2021 and is finally on the verge of being released. Preceded by three singles (‘MeMeMe,’ ‘Doritos & Fritos,’ and ‘Hollywood Baby’) the album is set to include 10 tracks spanning nearly 27 minutes.

Depeche Mode

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Depeche Mode: Memento Mori
Release Date: March 24

Depeche Mode is set to deliver their fifteenth studio album, Memento Mori, later this month. Produced by James Ford and Marta Salogni the album will be the first Depeche Mode studio album to be released after the death of co-founder and keyboardist Andy Fletcher on May 26, 2022. “We started work on this project early in the pandemic, and its themes were directly inspired by that time. After Fletch’s passing, we decided to continue as we’re sure this is what he would have wanted, and that has really given the project an extra level of meaning,” – Martin Gore.

Lana Del Rey

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Lana Del Rey: Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd
Release Date: March 24

Scheduled for release on March 24, 2023, Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd is the upcoming ninth studio album by American singer/songwriter Lana Del Rey. Released by Interscope and Polydor Records, the album features production by Del Rey, Mike Hermosa, Jack Antonoff, Drew Erickson, Zach Dawes, and Benji and includes collaborations with Jon Batiste, Bleachers, Father John Misty, Tommy Genesis, SYML & Riopy.

Boygenius

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Boygenius: the record
Release Date: March 31

the record is the upcoming debut studio album by American indie rock supergroup Boygenius. Composed of Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus, the album is set for release on March 31 and will include twelve tracks. Forty-two minutes long, the album was produced by Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus, Phoebe Bridgers, Ethan Gruska, Tony Berg, Sarah Tudzin, Melina Duterte, and Catherine Marks.

Deerhoof

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Deerhoof: Miracle-Level
Release Date: March 31

Produced, recorded, and mixed by Mike Bradavski at No Fun Studios in Winnipeg, Manitoba Miracle-Level is the band’s 19th album. It’s the first to be produced, recorded, and mixed entirely in a recording studio. The album consists of eleven tracks and all are sung in Japanese.

Lies

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Lies: Lies
Release Date: March 31

Lies, a new project from cousins Mike and Nate Kinsella of American Football. Out via Polyvinyl, the debut self-titled album has been preceded by their lone single ‘Resurrection.’

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