Hey Rock Lobsters!! Here’s all the sweet new tunes that’s new to rotation this week.
- Mount Eerie – A Crow Looked At Me
The newest record from the project of The Microphone’s Phil Elverum is a heartbreaking tribute to his late wife Geneviève Castrée, with each track acting as a introspective look at the grieving process and what it’s like to have to move on.
- Sorority Noise – You’re Not as _____ as You Think
Sorority Noise’s newest record is their best one of their career, with the group perfectly enrapturing the sounds and emotions of classic 2000s emo.
- Show Me the Body – CORPUS I
CORPUS I is the first mixtape of noise-punk group Show Me the Body. Sounding as loud and angry as ever, this new project features several talents, like Denzel Curry, Moor Mother and Princess Nokia.
- Jake Xerxes Fussell – What In the Natural World
The sophomore record from folk artist Jake Xerxes Fusell brings back the sound of classic 20th century folk music, with his beautiful falsettos and a very laid-back style.
- Hiccup – Imaginary Enemies
The debut record from this Brooklyn-based three-piece is the epitome of banging power pop, with super catchy, repetitive riffs and fun vocal harmonies you won’t be able to get enough of.
- The Buttertones – Gravedigging
The Buttertones’ newest record plays out like a fictional movie’s soundtrack, with its hard-hitting riffs and dramatic instrumentation that feels like something out of a 70s action flick.
- Nana Grizol – Ursa Minor
The newest record this from Athens, GA-based band is as catchy as folk punk can get, with a collection of extremely fun, fast-paced songs reminiscent of bands like Neutral Milk Hotel.