Every Friday, we provide you with quite a few musical tips for the weekend to come. At this time, we have new music from, among others, Damon Albarn, The 1975 and Lankum.
We are starting this week off with a beautiful cover. Like a lot of other musicians, grips well, Brandon Boyd (Incubus) in this period of time, the internet music sharing. This week he posted on YouTube a version of the song Myth by Beach House.
the YouTube channel of the Boiler Room and did the Damon Albarn new music from his new project, The Nearer the Fountain, the More Pure is the Stream Flow. We don’t know what the fountain Albarn is connected to), but his musical creativity, remains, in any case, to flow. This, again, is very, very good. The breathtaking images of Iceland in the video to enhance the music very well.
The new music is of Matt Berninger, who is, of course, you know as the frontman of The National. In October, his new album the Serpetine Class of. Today it appeared on the title track as a taster. A special aspect of the issue is that is produced by the legendary Booker T. Jones.
The Irish band Lankum was one of the best albums of 2019 at the latest. In a powerful way, they have the traditional Irish-folk-processed into something that is both new and familiar sounds. Just listen to the Lankum’s version of the traditional ” The Wild Rover, which is the band’s Tiny Desk Concert is open. The record is coming out in February, so it’s still in the studio, for the American, public radio, incorporated.
New album releases
As with every Friday, there are again a number of interesting albums. We are sharing here is a link to a stream on Spotify, but that would also be welcome, if you like the music, buy it at your local record store.
There seems to be no brake on The 1975. The band is very grateful and gives it to one after the other, a strong album. Notes on a Conditional Form, it is a long, messy, eclectic, but, above all, a very good and very interesting.
Woods has long been a favourite with the locals. On their new album, they go by what they already have in the real world are: great indie-folk-rock to create it. The best are the songs that wind up.