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10 New Albums You Ought to Hearken to Now: Destroyer, Aldous Harding, Koffee, and Extra

10 New Albums You Ought to Hearken to Now: Destroyer, Aldous Harding, Koffee, and Extra

10 New Albums You Should Listen to Now: Destroyer, Aldous Harding, Koffee, and More

With a lot good music being launched on a regular basis, it may be arduous to find out what to hearken to first. Each week, Pitchfork gives a run-down of serious new releases accessible on streaming companies. This week’s batch contains new albums from Destroyer, Aldous Harding, Koffee, Soul Glo, Maren Morris, Denzel Curry, Camp Cope, Ibibio Sound Machine, Guerilla Toss, and Isik Kural. Subscribe to Pitchfork’s New Music Friday e-newsletter to get our suggestions in your inbox each week. (All releases featured listed below are independently chosen by our editors. Whenever you purchase one thing by way of our affiliate hyperlinks, nevertheless, Pitchfork earns an affiliate fee.)

Destroyer: Labyrinthitis [Merge]

Dan Bejar is again together with his newest Destroyer LP. Labyrinthitis follows 2020’s Have We Met. Bejar wrote many of the LP in 2020 and recorded it the next spring through the peak of isolation. He created Labyrinthitis with longtime collaborator and producer John Collins and the Destroyer band. Bejar and Collins swapped concepts remotely—Bejar posted up at dwelling in Vancouver, and Collins on Galiano Island. Bejar shared “Tintoretto, It’s for You,” “Eat the Wine, Drink the Bread,” and “June” forward of the album. Learn Pitchfork’s interview “Dan Bejar Breaks Down the Gloriously ‘Incoherent’ New Destroyer Album.”

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Aldous Harding: Heat Chris [4AD]

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Heat Chris is the fourth album from enigmatic singer-songwriter Aldous Harding. The follow-up to 2019’s critically acclaimed Designer options manufacturing from John Parish, who has labored with PJ Harvey, Jenny Hval, and extra. Harding is thought for her off-kilter music movies, and he or she shared visuals for lead single “Garden” and “Fever” within the lead-up to Heat Chris’ launch. Learn Pitchfork’s interview “Will the Actual Aldous Harding Please Stand Up?

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