New Music on 2SER 06.06.22
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.
Modal Melodies – Modal Melodies Feature Album
Amanda Whiting – Lost in abstraction
Editrix – Editrix goes to hell
Mali-I – In session
The Citradels – Contractor
Ural Thomas and Pain – Dancing Dimensions
Ainsley Farrell – The Way Back
Alex G – Blessing
Daux Dive – Fake it
Dead Witch – 15 Dennies
Dendrons – Double Ending
Humble Armada – September 24
James Colton – Elevator Ride to Floor 808
L.A Mood – Catch the Sun
Ngaiire – Fuchsia
Ströme X Nick McCarthy – Right now
Tim Shiel – Little Ghost (Here for U)
A healthy dose of new music will be spun on your favourite local community radio station this week. Tunes from Melbourne dreamy psych rockers The Citradels will be provided. Strap in as they take you on a drone-driven atmospheric journey, with floating synths and reverb drenched guitars permeating throughout the album. Contract is the 8th release from the 5 piece and definitely one for fans of fellow 60’s Psych rock revivalists The Warlocks, Spaceman 3 and the Brian JonesTown Massacre.
Fresh sounds from Editrix coming in via their sophomore LP, Editrix II: Editrix goes to hell. The Massachusetts trio provide invigorating energy through jarring guitars riffs and disjointed rhythm sections, in what is a totally unique and original serving of noise rock. Taking the feature record for the next 7 days on the station will be the eponymous debut from Modal Melodies, the album is rich with sunny synth spiked melodies and lushy vocal lines that bounce along the first LP from the Melbourne duo.
Shifting in genre we have a record that places the Jazz harp at centre stage, led by Welsh native Amanda Whiting. Lost in abstraction is an LP that is bursting with magically creative harp melodies which are underpinned by staggered drums, thanks to Jon Reynolds.
Looking at the new single releases this week on the station we have 15 Dennies from local rock n rollers Dead Witch ! The debut from the all female outfit is infused with a large sprinkle of attitude and swagger, making it a track you’ll undoubtedly want to get your dancing shoes onto in a live setting. Shifting towards soulful RnB that bounces along in a hypnositising manner, we have Ngaiire’s newest song Fuchsia.
Soaring vocals will be heard in the emotionally charged The Way Back from singer/songwriter Ainsley Farrell. Also getting a spin on your favourite community radio station this week will be Humble Armada’s Jangly single September 24, a number that chugs along with acoustic brilliance.
All this and much more going onto rotation at 2SER from today. Tune in throughout the week to hear.