In The News: Arctic Monkeys, Joan Of Arc, Get Up Kids, Kelly Willis, Alison Moyet, Emmylou Harris, Son Volt And More

On May 11, Arctic Monkeys are back with sixth album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino (Domino). The follow-up to 2013’s AM, the 11-track LP was produced by frontman Alex Turner and longtime collaborator James Ford (Simian Mobile Disco) and will be supported by live dates all summer … The prolific Joan Of Arc is now only two albums behind Guided By Voices with 23rd LP 1984, out June 1 on Joyful Noise … The four-song Kicker EP (Polyvinyl, June 8) is the first new music from the Get Up Kids since 2011’s There Are RulesKelly Willis‘ latest, Back Being Blue, is out May 18 via Premium/Thirty Tigers … Ziggy Marley wrote, recorded and produced seventh album Rebellion Rises, out May 18 on Tuff Gong … StorySound will issue Ana Egge‘s White Tiger on June 8 … Chicago’s Cheer-Accident celebrates its 37th year (yes, 37th) with Fades (Skin Graft), out May 25 … The Alligator Bride, Howlin Rain‘s fifth album, will be released June 8 by Silver Current … Live is the first, uh, live album from the Coathangers, out June 1 via Suicide Squeeze … Speaking of live albums with the word “live” in the title, Alison Moyet‘s The Other Live Collection is headed your way April 20 (420, dude) courtesy of Cooking Vinyl … Emmylou Harris‘ 1985 concept album The Ballad Of Sally Rose will be reissued June 1 by Rhino, remastered, featuring 10 unreleased demos and available as a two-disc and double-LP set … Son Volt‘s out-of-print 2007 album The Search just got the deluxe-reissue treatment on CD and double vinyl via Transmit Sound, with bonus tracks from the vinyl-only On Chant And Strum (also from ’07) … The 14-track Latin Bugaloo: The Warner Bros. Singles collects the seven singles that influential ’70s Latin rockers Malo released for the label; it’s out May 25 on Omnivore … Jeff Beck is one of the greatest rock guitarists of all time, and documentary Still On The Run: The Jeff Beck Story gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the two-time Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer with commentary by the likes of Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Rod Stewart, David Gilmour, Ronnie Wood, Slash and Joe Perry; it’s out on DVD and Blu-ray via Eagle Rock on May 18.