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Date: 05/31/2024 - Upvotes : 462 - Words : 1165

New Tunes 31.5.2024

Hello, music lovers! 🎢

One week passed, and I'm sharing the #newtunes music selection again. There are new songs from different styles, by well-known and lesser-known and even unknown artists, to listen to for the weekend and beyond. There may even be a hit; who knows?

I'd be happy to share some good music if you come across something you like. But if you don't like something, feel free to skip it.


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Aquaserge - Soline

Aquaserge comes from France. A new group for me. They've been working since 2009, and their seventh album, La Fin de l'Economie, was released a week ago. They serve us a dose of polymorphic indie music that finds its sources in different genres, from pop, kraut, and psych to free jazz, drawing on the audio archives of French literary movements like Oulipo and even Dada. Guitar music with a touch of electronica and a European flair.

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Shabaka - Body To Inhabit (Audio) ft. ELUCID

Shabaka Hutchings, a Londoner, also called King, one of the most prominent English multi-instrumentalists, has been part of 1000 Kings, Shabaka and the Ancestors, Jazz Warriors, London Brew, and of course The Comet Is Coming and Sons of Kemet, which have made him one of the most prominent faces of London's new jazz. He is sure to be a legend, if not already... A year ago, he announced that he would put the saxophone on hiatus and take up the wooden flute. These sounds appear on his latest album, Perceive Its Beauty, Acknowledge Its Grace. The music is peaceful, meditative, practically pseudo-therapeutic, and has a global character thanks to the geographically diverse instruments. It deals with resonance in space and nature and contrasts his previous work's distinctly clubby, rhythmic character.

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Couch Slout - Censored

Couch Slut is a band from New York, active since 2013, with four albums under their belt, the latest of which, You Could Do It Tonight, was released in April this year. Couch Slut plays noise rock, which is a mix of hardcore and metal. What's extreme about all this is the lyrics, or the content, which is more or less a narrative about everyday violence and unpleasant true stories. I chose the song Censored. The title is censored on Spotify; in the original, it's called Wilkinson's Sword, about stealing scalpels and cutting your skin. And no, it's not a futuristic dystopia; it's happening here and now. I recommend the whole album if you enjoy in pain...

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OdNu - Groundhogs

OdNu, or Michel Mazzaj, is a South American artist from Buenos Aires who works in experimental electronics. He has released three solo albums, the last one, Ronroco Rococo Memories, two weeks ago. The album's name shows that he deals with memories and Rococo as an artistic style. He also plays the Ronroco, a traditional ten-stringed instrument from the Andes, which he uses to explore sonic deconstruction and decomposition. The result is a melancholic vibration of an ambient future.

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The Felice Brothers - Flowers By The Roadside

The Felice Brothers are a folk/country rock band from New York. They started as a band in 2006, and for a few years, they played mostly in subway stations in New York. They have a long mileage, having released seventeen albums to date, either self-released or on other labels. The song Flowers By The Roadside is the lead single for their new album, their eighteenth in a row, Valley of Abandoned Songs, which comes out at the end of June.

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Frogs

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds again, promoting their new album Wild God, out this August, with the song Frog. Nick Cave says the album is good, and the band is happy. Right. Who are we to think otherwise?

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Serj Tankian - A.F. Day

Serj Tankian, of American-Armenian roots, is better known to the public and audiences as the vocalist and rhythm guitarist of System Of a Down. He will release his solo album Foundations at the end of June. The song A.F.Day introduces the album. As expected, a fast and energetic guitar ride that goes quickly into the ears is suitable for a morning alarm clock.

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Stock Goblin - Joyless

The Stock Goblin is an American band from Amherst, Massachusetts. They began playing in early 2022 and quickly gained popularity in the local music scene. They performed cover songs at college parties and later released their first five-song EP, Trinkets, in March of this year. Their music blends guitar-driven indie pop and rock, which I find quite enjoyable. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for them.

🎢That's all for today, and enjoy your weekend with new songs!

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If you're interested in #newtunes suggestions from the past five years, you can listen to them at these links - there are Spotify playlists for each year:

newtunes2019 | newtunes2020 | newtunes2021 | newtunes2022 | newtunes2023

If you like rare and alternative live performances, take a look at my recordings - 3speak video channel, or Seckorama Music Podcast - audio.

If you like jazz, I recommend Jazz-Matinee regular Sunday blog by @w74.

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Comments :

melinda010100 :

w74 :

Nowadays (which is also not often the case) almost all artists make it into the critics. I think that's a very positive sign right from the start. Aquaserge - The deliberate discrepancy between the voice and the music is what makes the whole thing particularly exciting for me. It's as if someone is knocking on the door of your house with the request: β€œI have a message for you...” Shabaka - and it doesn't matter what instrument he is favouring at the moment. The result will always be worth a listen. The text, however, is not necessarily suitable for the students of the monastery. OdNu - my advice here is for everyone to simply close their eyes and let their own images be accompanied by music. Or to reinterpret your kaleidoscope of pictures. The Felice Brothers - Dylan had a perfect reason for switching from an acoustic guitar to an electric guitar. Even in the most beautiful nature with all the flowers along the way, the eternally same chords on the guitar can get on your nerves. Nick Cave - a little bit of patience is still required here. A judgement will only be made when the complete work is available. Serj Tankian - if I woke up in such a bad mood this morning, I would have pulled the covers over my head. It appears that he prefers to let the whole world in on his bad mood. **Stock Goblin - just a disaster from a vocal perspective and musically without any surprises.

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