Lots going on at the NY office today (did you see our our Naïve Records announcement?!), but not enough to forget about Freeloader Friday. Although, I’m gonna keep this one short and sweet. Here we go!
Three fantabulous album streams are lined up for your ears to hear this weekend. Newcomers PROM burst onto the scene with what Nylon calls “Dream-Pop infused with piano and whiskey.” (That description alone should have you weak at the knees) Also, listen to Elliott BROOD’s rootsy Folk Rock that has a “days of abandon” sound running through it, and then soulful Rap over Beat-heavy beats from Diamond District, AKA Oddisee, yU and XO (ultimate trifecta).
Next up, turn the volume down for this one – it’s Obituary’s title track off their upcoming album, and, as you might imagine, it gets to Thrasher level. Anna Phoebe follows up with a dramatic, Middle Eastern Instrumental – heavy on Violin — and High Hazels round out the track premieres with that swooning Psychedelic sound that only the English can do.
Finally, get your dose of visual stimulants by way of music video. Go on tour with Catey Shaw & crew, jumping from concert hall to highway diner, and every other stop along the way. Then, continue on the open road with Forever Came Calling, hitting up epic Cali spots while cruising in a baby blue Cadillac.
These should keep you covered till next week – Happy Friday!
PROM: Full album stream via Nylon
Keeping Company out now on Crazy Heart Records
Elliott BROOD: Full album stream via Relix
Work and Love out October 21 on Paper Bag Records
Diamond District: Full album stream via 2 Dope Boyz
March on Washington out now on Mello Music Group
Obituary: “Inked in Blood” track premiere via Guitar World
Inked in Blood out October 27 on Relapse Records
Anna Phoebe: “Inception” track premiere via NoiseTrade
Between the Shadow and the Soul out October 20 on Anna Phoebe Music
High Hazels: “The Promenade” track premiere via NoiseTrade
High Hazels out October 27 on Heist or Hit Records
Catey Shaw: “Outerspace” official music video premiere via The Music Ninja
The Brooklyn EP out now on Complex/Lefthook
Forever Came Calling: “Defenseless” official music video premiere via Glamour Kills
What Matters Most out October 21 on Pure Noise Records