What We’re Playing – Week of 9/25/17

Here’s some of the awesome new tunes added to our rotation that you’ll be grooving to all day long:

  1. Rostam – Half-Light
    [Nonesuch; 2017]
    A year after Rostam‘s departure from Vampire Weekend, the musician’s debut solo album is finally here. His personal songwriting and production skills show-off all over the record, which are extremely experimental, glitchy and ambitious.
  2. Moses Sumney – Aromanticism
    [Jagjaguwar; 2017]
    There hasn’t been a record released all year that’s quite like Aromanticism. Moses Sumney‘s debut record is a luxurious, densely produced modern masterpiece that is truly original.
  3. Florist – If Blue Could Be Happiness
    [Double Double Whammy; 2017]
    The sophomore album from the always wonderful Florist is just as beautiful and lush as the rest of their discography, containing their always thick, minimal instrumentals, mixed in with Emily Sprauge’s gentle, delightful vocals.
  4. Lina Tullgren – Won
    [Captured Tracks; 2017]

    The debut album from New England-based singer/songwriter Lina Tullgren is haunting and personal, combining dark instrumentals and Tullgren’s soft, beautiful singing that will leave you shaking.

Listen to songs from these albums on our new “New to Rotation” Spotify playlist:


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