Best New Music Releases For June 9th 2023

Get ready for some fresh tunes! Check out our favorite new music June 9th, 2023, and discover your new favorite artist.

Are you on the lookout for fresh and exciting music to add to your playlist? Look no further than the best new music releases for June 9th, 2023. This week’s lineup is chock-full of must-hear tracks from your favorite artists, as well as promising newcomers to the scene.

From hip-hop to indie rock, there’s something for everyone in this diverse collection of tunes. Get ready to dance, sing along, and discover your new favorite artists with this list of the hottest music releases of the week. So, whether you’re looking for a new summer anthem or a moody ballad to accompany your late-night listening sessions, these albums are sure to deliver. Let’s dive into the best new music June 9th, 2023, and discover your next obsession.

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New Music June 9th: Album Of The Week- Dudu Tassa, Jonny Greenwood -“Jarak Qaribak”

From the promo material:

Celebrated Israeli singer, musician and producer Dudu Tassa teams up with award-winning composer and guitarist Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead, The Smile) for a new album ‘Jarak Qaribak’, out 9th June. Produced by Tassa & Greenwood and mixed by Nigel Godrich, ‘Jarak Qaribak’ brings together vocalists and musicians from throughout the Middle East for a very special album of cross-border collaborations.

“Jarak Qaribak” translates, more or less, as “Your Neighbour Is Your Friend”. It’s an expansive, inclusive sentiment. The songs on the album, and the singers, are drawn from all over the Middle East – and, in keeping with the theme established by the album’s title, each singer takes a turn at a tune from a country other than their own. Jonny says that his somewhat incongruous benchmark when assembling the tracks on “Jarak Qaribak” was “trying to imagine what Kraftwerk would have done if they’d been in Cairo in the 1970s”.




1. Marquis Hill -“Rituals + Routines” (Qobuz)

2. aja monet -“when the poems do what they do” (Qobuz)

3. Dudu Tassa, Jonny Greenwood -“Jarak Qaribak” (Qobuz)

4. Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit -“Weathervanes” (Qobuz)

5. Jenny Lewis – “Joy’All” (Qobuz)

6. Jess Williamson – “Time Ain’t Accidental” (Qobuz)

7. Squid – “O Monolith” (Qobuz)

8. Youth Lagoon – “Heaven Is A Junkyard” (Qobuz)

9. Janelle Monae – “The Age Of Pleasure” (Qobuz)

10. Statik Selektah – “Round Trip” (Qobuz)



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