New Music on 2SER 02/03/20

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Welcome to the new music review where we connect you with some of the best new music spinning on Breakfast, The Daily and Drive programs.

Tune into Monday Breakfast for a run down on some of these tunes, or catch up on our Spotify playlist.



Caribou – Suddenly
Chitra – Chitra EP
Jeremy Neale – We Were Trying To Make It Out
Real Estate – The Main Thing
Soccer Mommy – Color Theory


e4444e – Wolves
EWAH & The Vision – Play Hard
Land of Talk – Weight of that Weekend
Nicole Atkins – Captain (feat. Britt Daniels)
Sweet Whirl – Something I Do
Yves Tumor – Gospel for a New Century

Canadian producer Dan Snaith returns to his Caribou alias to release ‘Suddenly’, a diverse patchwork of influences with pristine production, and tender vocals that perfectly match the record’s introspection. It’s the fifth Caribou album and a decade away from Snaith’s breakthrough release ‘Swim’, that marked his beginning as a festival stage favourite and propelled him from club dance floors. ‘Suddenly’ sees Snaith distill some of his best musical moments into a warped and feverish trip that changes from track to track, and sometimes within the very same track, a testament to his continued explorative attitude.

If you’re a fan of the soft vibrato of Julia Jacklin, Cat Power, and Angel Olsen, Chitra will fit nicely into your music library. On her self-titled EP, the Melbourne artist reaches a level of concise songwriting and balladry that’s way beyond her years, yet feels familiar and timeless. Chitra creates a world that’s both fragile and tough, while remaining cool-headed in the delivery of some intimate thoughts and confessions around longing and loss.

Monday 2nd of March, 2020

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