New Music on 2SER 05/10/20

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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.


Tim Heidecker – Fear of Death (FEATURE ALBUM)

Andy Cooper – L.I.S.T.E.N
Deradoorian – Find The Sun
Goldminds – Signals
Lydia Loveless – Daughter
Róisín Murphy – Róisín Machine
Sylvan Esso – Free Love
Vacations – Forever In Bloom
Working Men’s Club – Working Men’s Club


The Double Happiness – Oysters Can Dream
Dress Thèque – Clean
Family Jordan – Sally
Froggy Prinze – Fever Dream
Goat Girl – Sad Cowboy
Hearts and Rockets – Work Out

Angel Deradoorian is the only current musician who can claim herself the rightful successor to Black Sabbath’s brand of witch-rock. Since leaving the Brooklyn group Dirty Projectors in 2013, the singer and bassist has slowly been making a name for herself as a key collaborator, working with Avey Tare and Flying Lotus; but now with her second full-length Find the Sun, she’s truly come into her own. Wizards, monks, and jazz flutes float through this psychedelic and dreamy gothic rock album, as Deradoorian’s band locks into rhythm-heavy grooves that mesmerise and call listeners to the dancefloor. Turning stories of death and mysticism in the middle-ages into beautiful harmonies, this is definitely an album to get lost in.

The Ohio country singer-songwriter Lydia Loveless wrote her latest album Daughter in the aftermath of her decade-long marriage. Her sense of freedom, anger, and desperation felt in the divorce is immediately heard in the opening lines to the album: “Welcome to my bachelor pad / I stay here when things get bad”. Loveless is one of those skilled writers whose gift for naturalistic language often hides her poetry, but she can hit the bullseye of an emotion from a mile away. Daughter, her fifth album in a still young career, is a beautifully produced record that showcases just how impressive she is with the pen.


Sunday 4th of October, 2020

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