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5 songs you will need to hear this week: 12 September 2022

5 songs you will need to hear this week: 12 September 2022

This week’s listing begins with Bjork. You’ve been warned.

1. Bjork, Atopos
Forssora (Coalition)
Really helpful If You Like: No matter Bjork is on

There is just one Bjork. She has the distinctive potential to show the sounds in her head into one thing we are able to all hear. Living proof is this primary single from her tenth album. Utilizing a dancey(?) beat created by Gabber Modus Operandi, an experimental duo out of Indonesia, the track is each apocalyptic (the dissonance) and optimistic (the lyrics) on the identical time. Take heed to this one just a few occasions. It takes a bit to sink in. And when it does…


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2. Fionn, All Good
Single (604 Information)
Really helpful If You Like: Twin sister duos that aren’t Tegan and Sara

To start with, Fionn (Alanna and Brianne Finn-Morris, twin sisters from White Rock south of Vancouver) described themselves as “folk-pop impressed by Celtic roots.” This track, although, presents them as slick alt-pop with this insanely catchy radio-ready single. Actually? I believed I used to be listening to one thing from the UK.


3. Mountain Head, Automated
Single (Unbiased)
RIYL: Origin tales

The story goes that the Hannah Brothers (est. someplace in Ontario) wandered by the wilderness of Canada earlier than they got here throughout an attention-grabbing mountain. “Let’s climb it,” they stated. On the prime, they discovered a shaman who blew their minds with some karmic data that modified the way in which they noticed the universe. Descending the mountain, they started to channel the spirits of Johnny Money, Billy Gibbons, and er, Taste Flav. Okay. I’ll chunk.

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4. Gorillaz, New Gold
Cracker Island (Warner Parlophone)
RIYL: Animation domination

Yep, we’re already speaking about albums scheduled for launch within the first quarter of 2023. The report will function plenty of company together with Stevie Nicks, Dangerous Bunny, and Beck. They received Tame Impala and Bootie Brown to look on this primary single, lending a hazy form of psychedelic really feel to every little thing.

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5. Limblifter, Haystack Rock
Little Payne (We Are Busy Physique Information)
RIYL: CanRock

It’s been some time since we’ve heard from Limblifter—seven years, as a matter of truth. The pandemic drove the venture with periods at singer Ryan Dahle’s studio in Vancouver and follow-up writing periods at a cottage on one of many Gulf Islands off the coast of BC. The saxophone elements are courtesy David Bowie’s final sax participant. The album will likely be right here on October 31.


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