New Music Friday!

Hollywood

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One of my favorite artists of the past few years. She does not get nearly enough attention imo. Her last album Paper Castles is a powerful piece of music man. Got this album on the way from Germany rn!
I'm completely new to her but like what I'm hearing thus far. "Lovesick" is a pretty sweet track.
 
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Well, looking back I did order the limited color edition, but I don't recall if it's signed. Hope so! She's not likely to have charged any kind of a premium for her signature, so I assume I would have gone for it.
Oh hmm, not sure if it is signed then. I may have made that up, I guess time will tell. I'm just worried about it arriving defective and no replacements being available since apparently they only pressed as much as was ordered for the colored copy. Can't wait for it to arrive, Paper Castles was a shockingly good sounding pressing so I'm hoping for the same here. Those Germans know how to press a disc
 

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Oh hmm, not sure if it is signed then. I may have made that up, I guess time will tell. I'm just worried about it arriving defective and no replacements being available since apparently they only pressed as much as was ordered for the colored copy. Can't wait for it to arrive, Paper Castles was a shockingly good sounding pressing so I'm hoping for the same here. Those Germans know how to press a disc
Yeah, to be honest I don't remember the details of my order, but since I went for the limited edition, I assume I would have gone for the max, whatever that may have been. I hear you about worries related to condition. Fingers crossed! I think I've mentioned before that I'm partial to her live album (Live at Funkhaus), which really rocks! I haven't listened to Paper Castles more than a time or two, but I think I have her entire discography (3 LP's, 2 7" and a 12" EP). I love her passion and energy.
 
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Radar List for Friday 3.26.21 (another stacked release day!):

Anna Fox Rochinski - Cherry
Evanescence - The Bitter Truth
Genghis Tron - Dream Weapon
Liquid Tension Experiment - LTE3
Lost Girls - Menneskekollektivet
serpentwithfeet - DEACON
The Antlers - Green To Gold
Tomahawk - Tonic Immobility
tUnE-yArDs - sketchy
Wheel - Resident Human
Xiu Xiu - OH NO
 

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Radar List for Friday 3.26.21 (another stacked release day!):

Anna Fox Rochinski - Cherry
Evanescence - The Bitter Truth
Genghis Tron - Dream Weapon
Liquid Tension Experiment - LTE3
Lost Girls - Menneskekollektivet
serpentwithfeet - DEACON
The Antlers - Green To Gold
Tomahawk - Tonic Immobility
tUnE-yArDs - sketchy
Wheel - Resident Human
Xiu Xiu - OH NO

Stoked for serpentwithfeet and Floating Points and Pharoah Sanders
 

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These are some lesser known releases of the current week I'm enjoying.

William Doyle "Great spans of muddy time"

An album for people who like experimental electronic music and beautiful songs. Check out "I need to keep you in my life", "Nothing at all" and "And everything changed (But I feel alright)", I'm enjoying these songs a lot.


Nitin Sawhney "Immigrants"

Collaborations with a number of artists who identify as immigrants, a beautiful album.


Black Honey "Written & directed"

A fun record, energetic Indie rock with psychedelic rock, industrial, and even country influences at times. I've liked it.


Whitehorse "Modern love"

Some beautiful songs moving between folk and rock. Whitehorse’s signature sound is guitar-heavy, harmony-abundant and lyrically deft.

 

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These are some lesser known releases of the current week I'm enjoying.

William Doyle "Great spans of muddy time"

An album for people who like experimental electronic music and beautiful songs. Check out "I need to keep you in my life", "Nothing at all" and "And everything changed (But I feel alright)", I'm enjoying these songs a lot.


Nitin Sawhney "Immigrants"

Collaborations with a number of artists who identify as immigrants, a beautiful album.


Black Honey "Written & directed"

A fun record, energetic Indie rock with psychedelic rock, industrial, and even country influences at times. I've liked it.


Whitehorse "Modern love"

Some beautiful songs moving between folk and rock. Whitehorse’s signature sound is guitar-heavy, harmony-abundant and lyrically deft.

I'm enjoying the William Doyle album. It's quite lovely. As well, I completely forgot about Whitehorse! Thanks for the friendly reminder 🙂
 

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This is my selection of new releases for tomorrow, Friday 26th of March. Again it's really stacked with interesting and promising new releases. Happy listening everybody :) 🎧

The Antlers (Green to Gold) (Shoegaze / Americana)

Noga Erez (Kids) (Electro Pop)

Death from Above 1979 (Is 4 Lovers) (Indie Rock)

Evanescence (The bitter truth) (Gothic / Rock / Metal)

Floating Points, Pharaoh Sanders & The London Symphony Orchestra (Promises) (Electronica / Jazz / Orchestra)

Ben Howard (Collections from the Whiteout) (Singer/ Songwriter)

First Aid Kit (Who by Fire) (Live tribute to Leonard Cohen / Indie Pop)

Serpentwithfeet (DEACON) (RnB / Gospel influences)

Neil Young (Young Shakespeare) (live album)

24KGoldn (El Dorado) (Rap)

L’ imperatrice (Tako Tsubo) (Electropop/ Disco from France)

Clark (Playground in a lake) (Lo-Fi electronica /cinematic/ string orchestras)

Tune- Yards (sketchy) (ArtPop / Soul)

Xiu Xiu (Oh no) (Electro Pop / Postpunk / Noise)

Chantal Acda (Saturday Moon) (Folk Noir / Blues)

El Michels Affair (Yeti Season) (Retro Soul / Hindi / Psych)

Skeggs (REHEARSAL) (Indie Rock from Australia)

Tortusa (Bre) (Nordic Ambient music)

John Smith (The Fray) (Songwriter / guitarist)

Lost Girls (Menneskekollektivet) (Jenny Hval/ Electro Pop/ Ambient / Trance)

Suzi Quatro (The devil in me) (Rock/ Blues)

Hannah Peel (Fir Wave) (Synth Electronica)

Bull (Discover effortless living) (Alt-Rock)

Loney Dear (A lantern and a bell) (Soundscapes / Minimalism/ Sea Topic)

Tate McRae (Too young to be sad EP) (Pop)

Gallant (Neptune EP) (RnB / Alt Rock/ Electronic)

Carrie Underwood (My Savior) (Country / Gospel)

Tomahawk (Tonic immobility) (Rock)

Tommy Kill (Pink Brick) (Soundscapes / Dub / Electro)

Tuns (Duly Noted) (Indie Rock)

Citizen (Life in your glass world) (Indie Rock/ Pop)

Sanguisugabogg (Tortured whole) (Death Metal)

Sara Watkins (Under the pepper tree) (Roots / Bluegrass/ songs for children)

Cathal Coughlan (Song of Co-Aklan) (singer-songwriter from Ireland)

Ocean Wisdom (Stay slane) (Rap)

Taylor Deupree (Mur) (Electro)

Esther Rose (How many times) (Country)
 
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Here's a sleeper pick for tomorrow

Penny & Sparrow - Horse Color Two

Basically, this is a remix album of a slew of songs by Penny and Sparrow. Four or five of the songs are on Spotify now as singles for those interested, but it turns a typically somber sounding, vocally prominent duo into a very cool electronic collaboration machine. The singles remind me a lot of Sam Smith/Disclosure's collab sound wise. Really been enjoying it.
 

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Floating Points x Pharoah Sanders is remarkably beautiful so far. Feel like it just grabbed me right out of my head and smacked me into the moment. It's gorgeous.

Another album I enjoyed today was Renee Reed's debut. VMP has an exclusive of hers available currently.
 
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