The musical landscape we explore on this episode of All Songs Considered is deeper than the guitar-based music we've come to know from Seattle. You'll hear everything from sonic laptop adventures in hip-hop to post-horncore. Yup, you read that right: menacing punk energy with brass.
I love Seattle. It's another packed release week; Lil Nas X's debut EP is finally here, along with a posthumous release from Prince, a solo album from producer Mark Ronson, the return of The Raconteurs and more.
The first half of has given us a lot of emerging artists to celebrate, from Lil Nas X and his insanely catchy and endlessly meme-able "Old Town Road" remix featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, to the Irish punk group Fontaines D. On this episode of All Songs Considered we count down the top ten most-mentioned new artists as selected by listeners in our recent online poll.
Our list of the week's best new albums includes Bruce Springsteen's wistful ode to orchestral pop, the rock artistry of Baroness, DMV rapper Goldlink, the spoken-word artist Kate Tempest and more. Bruce Springsteen: Western Stars; 3. Bill Callahan: Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest; 5.
House and Land: Across the Field; 7. John Luther Adams: Become Desert; 8. Goldlink: Disaspora. Sandy Alex G: "Gretel," 2. Haybaby: "Animosity," 3. Seratones: "Power," 4. Jordan Moser: "The Devil," 6. New Music Friday: June 7. Our shortlist for the best new albums out on June 7 includes the roots-rock duo Ida Mae, new gospel from disco legend Gloria Gaynor, the ruminative rock of Palehound, Santana, Stef Chura and more. Ida Mae: Chasing Light; 2. Jamie Cullum: Taller; 3.
Gloria Gaynor: Testimony; 4. Santana: Africa Speaks; 5. Jake Xerxes Fussell: Out of Sight; 6. Jon Mueller: Canto; 7. Palehound: Black Friday; 8. Stef Chura: Midnight. All of Jessi's picks are laced with fun, including French Vanilla's new-wave, early-'80s sound, reminiscent of the British punk band X-Ray Spex. She also brings us music from Colorado by Kiltro, a band with one foot in Colorado and another in Chile. I also have a noisy band called Wives.
New Music Friday: May This week's All Songs Considered features a gorgeous, solo piano instrumental from Rhye, Tiny Desk contest winner Quinn Christopherson's unique look at male privilege, psych-pop via Ari Roar and more. Rhye: "Malibu Nights" from 'Spirit;' 4. The best new albums out this week include a stirring call for social justice from soul and gospel legend Mavis Staples, rapper YG's remembrance of Nipsey Hussle, lo-fi rock veteran's Sebadoh and more.
Mavis Staples: We Get By; 2. Lucky Daye: Painted; 4. Flying Lotus: Flamagra; 7. Sebadoh: Act Surprised. On this edition of All Songs Considered, Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood joins us to talk about two of his classical compositions we've just premiered on our Tiny Desk series. He also shares some of the music that's inspired him over the years by other artists and explains how he came to love such a rich and diverse tapestry of sounds. Our shortlist of the best new albums out this week includes a visionary work from The National, the pop wisdom of Carly Rae Jepsen, Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion and more.
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I begin our conversation with Joe Talbot curious what music plays in their van as they tour around the U. That conversation has us playing everything from old soul music to modern British hip-hop with Radiohead in between. Our shortlist of the week's best new albums includes a career-defining release from singer Jamila Woods, the sparkling guitar rock of Charly Bliss and Holly Herndon's genius work with the AI "Spawn.
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Holly Herndon: Proto; 3. Jamila Woods: Legacy! Tim Hecker: Anoyo; 6. Lowland Hum: Glyphic. Time, Loss. This week's episode of All Songs Considered is a show of contrasts — cotton-candy pop one moment from mxmtoon , raging punk sung in Farsi the next from Khiis — and then calming, instrumental, prog rock courtesy The Quiet Temple. For All Songs Considered's nearly 20 years, we've tried to live up to our namesake and on this show, we consider more drastic ends of the song spectrum than we have in recent memory.
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New Music Friday: May 3. Caroline Spence: 'Mint Condition,' 3. Big Thief: 'U. Vampire Weekend: 'Father of the Bride,' 6. Joy Williams: 'Front Porch,' 7. Rhiannon Giddens: 'There is no Other,' 8. Have you ever had Persian cotton candy? It looks like Muppet hair and tastes like pistachio — well, at least the one we ate in the studio.
We begin our show with one of the great poets of the day, Kate Tempest. The British playwright, novelist and spoken word artist has a new record coming called The Book of Traps and Lessons. We play "Firesmoke," a song dedicated to her lover. New Music Friday: April Kevin Morby's new album is unlike anything he's done before.
Gone is the guitar for the most part from his earlier recordings. In its place are more droning instruments — sounds more suited for church than the concert hall, including a recurring, small choir. The subject for the album is God and our culture's relationship with God, from deep introspection to the trivial, everyday use of that ever-present expression "oh my God. Kevin Morby wrote a one-off song about the heartbreak of the world called "Beautiful Strangers," and donated proceeds to charity.
Our list of the best albums out this week includes Lizzo's long-awaited debut, the rousing, infectious anthems of Johnnyswim, new music from The Tallest Man On Earth, Loyle Carner and more. It's A Fever Dream.