New Music on 2SER 27.06.22
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.
Automatic – Excess FEATURE ALBUM
Anarchosophist – Stuck inside in 95
FKJ – Vincent
Johnny Hunter – WANT
Nicky Egan – This life
Reverend Baron – From anywhere
Soccer Mommy – Sometimes, Forever
Vintage Crop – Kibitzer
Anieszka – Human
Bon-Psy – Ukiyo
Dummy – Mono Retriever
Jockstrap – Glasgow
Organs – No Signs
Party Dozen – Fruits of Labour
The Uplifting Bell Ends – Dear Friend
Thee Sacred Souls – Easier Said than Done
Workhorse – No Photogaphs
This week on your favourite community radio station we’ll open up our big bag of new albums and singles for your listening pleasure.
The feature album for this week comes from entracing LA trio Automatic, with the outfits sophomore record Excess. Driven by laid back ubercool vocals and burnished with infectious synths and bouncy bass lines, it is almost impossible not to tap your foot in time. Shifting towards guitar driven sounds we have the debut LP from local Sydney post punk rockers Johnny Hunter. The album is infused with emotionally charged lyricism and has a contagious energy at its core which spawns from the four pieces searing jangly guitars and wailing vocal melodies.
Over the next seven days you’ll also hear the blissful sounds of soul are heard in Reverend Baron’s first album, From Anywhere. Crispy melodies trickle off the warm Rhodes keyboard that makes a regular appearance, along with gorgeous vocals that float along the LP. You’ll get a delicious and crunchy dose of punchy punk in Vintage Crop’s Kibitzer. The Geelong natives serve up a barbed and in your face dirty punk sound in a fourth album that doesn’t hold back.
Looking to the new singles you’ll hear getting a spin this week on 2SER, we have a vintage track in Dear Friend that draws heavily influence from the sunny rock n roll of the late 60’s and early 70’s from The Uplifting Bell Ends. Riff heavy track No signs is the newest from locals Organs who present a catchy number that will no doubt have punters singing along. Ethereal RnB will be heard in Anieszka’s hypnotic tune Human, a song that puts her dreamy vocals on full display. As well as UK based producer Bon-Psy’s latest Ukiyo, laden with samples and wonky rhythms and groove-infused jazz.
All this and much more going onto rotation at 2SER from today. Tune in throughout the week to hear.