3 Albums Out This Week 2/19/2024

3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Danielle Durack, IDLES, and Grandaddy

Danielle Durack image via Brianna Voron

There’s so much good music out in the ether that sometimes it’s difficult to parse through all of it. Every week The Daily Music Report will do the hard work for you and highlight the best releases available on streaming services.

This week we’re highlighting new music from Danielle Durack, IDLES, and Grandaddy.

Danielle Durack – Escape Artist

Nashville-based artist Danielle Durack has released her new album, Escape Artist, a captivating journey that builds upon the emotional depth of her acclaimed 2021 release, No Place. Collaborating with longtime friend Sam Rosson, the album seamlessly weaves moody and atmospheric arrangements, serving as a perfect backdrop to enhance Durack’s shrewdly sensitive and acutely felt poetry. Within the sonic landscapes of Escape Artist, Durack extends an invitation for listeners to momentarily transcend the hardships of daily life, offering a heavenly and otherworldly respite through her artistry.

Standout Songs: Shirt Song, Ice Caps (Live Laugh Love), Jackson, News, Dean


Excape Artist

Artist Links:

Apple Music


Tangk, the fifth studio album by the British rock band Idles, was released on 16 February 2024, marking a significant evolution for the group. Produced by Kenny Beats, Nigel Godrich, and Idles’ own Mark Bowen, the album introduces a new sonic direction for the band. Here’s Idles’ Joe Talbot on the album, “Tangk. I needed love. So I made it. I gave love out to the world and it feels like magic. This is our album of gratitude and power. All love songs. All is love.”

Standout Songs: Gift Horse, Pop Pop Pop, Dancer, Grace, Gratitude



Artist Links:

Apple Music

Grandaddy – Blu Wav

Grandaddy, under the creative helm of Jason Lytle, has released their sixth LP, Blu Wav. Released via Dangerbird, the album was mixed by Tucker Martine alongside Lytle at Flora Recording and Playback, and mastered by Ruairi O’Flaherty at Nomograph Mastering. 13 tracks deep, Blu Wav‘s laid-back offering beckons the listener into a serene realm, allowing ample moments for introspection.

Standout Songs: Blu Wav, Long as I’m Not the One, East Yosemite


Artist Links:

Apple Music

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