New Music Release: Get excited for the latest and greatest with these new album releases. From pop to rock, there’s something for everyone.
Are you a music lover on the hunt for the latest and greatest albums to add to your playlist? Look no further, as we’ve got you covered with a list of new music albums that are sure to blow your mind! From pop to R&B, rock to country, these albums showcase some of the most talented and innovative artists of the week. Whether you’re in the mood for upbeat dance bops or soulful ballads, there’s something for everyone on this list. So, sit back, relax, and get ready to discover your new favorite album. Let’s dive in!
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New Music Release/Album Of The Week: Rahill – “Flowers At Your Feet”
From the promo material:
Iranian-American singer-songwriter Rahill announces a deeply personal solo project ‘Flowers At Your Feet’ on Ninja Tune imprint Big Dada, her new label home in which she sits comfortably alongside labelmates Yaya Bey and LYZZA.
The album – which across its 14 tracks features collaborations with Beck and Jasper Marsalis (Slauson Malone) – follows Rahill’s nostalgic 2022 covers EP ‘Sun Songs’ and sees her moving along a journey of self-acceptance and self-love; reflecting on childhood and family while honouring the people and moments that defined her. The project draws on elements of trip-hop, jazz and alt-rock music, all underpinned by Rahill’s reverent and thoughtful lyricism. Recorded in phases during the lockdown, the album was created in close collaboration between Rahill and producer Alex Epton (FKA Twigs, Arca) who immediately identified the strength and potential of Rahill’s pre-existing solo compositions, some of which she’d written years earlier.
1. Bokani Dyer -“Radio Sechaba” (Qobuz)
2. Alexander Flood -“Oscillate” (Qobuz)
3. EABS, Jaubi -“In Search of a Better Tomorrow” (Qobuz)
4. Lauren Daigle -“Lauren Daigle” (Qobuz)
5. Charlotte Cornfield – “Could Have Done Anything” (Qobuz)
6. Rahill – “Flowers At Your Feet” (Qobuz)
7. Libby Rodenbough – “Between the Blades” (Qobuz)
8. Fatoumata Diawara – “London Ko” (Qobuz)
9. Daft Punk – “Random Access Memories (10th Anniversary Edition)” (Qobuz)
10. Madison McFerrin – “I Hope You Can Forgive Me” (Qobuz)
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