3 Albums Out This Week 6/3/2024

3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: The Marías, BADBADNOTGOOD, and Anastasia Coope

The Marías
The Marías image via Sarah Pardini

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 The Marías, BADBADNOTGOOD, and Anastasia Coope.

The Marías – Submarine

The Marias’ new album, Submarine, released on May 31, 2024, is their sophomore effort following their critically acclaimed debut, Cinema (2021). Submarine delves into themes of solitude and exploration, particularly navigating heartbreak and the complexities of emotions during that period. Musically, the album expands on their debut’s sound, incorporating influences from underground dance music, disco, and jazz while maintaining their signature melodic style.

Standout Songs: Echo, Run Your Mouth, Real Life, Lejos de Ti, No One Noticed, If Only



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BADBADNOTGOOD – Mid Spiral: Growth EP

BADBADNOTGOOD’s Mid Spiral: Growth, released in May 2024, is the final installment in their three-part EP series, Mid Spiral: Chaos, Order & Growth. This culmination of ideas from the first two parts, “Chaos” and “Order,” leans on the band’s jazz foundation while incorporating a broader range of influences. Featuring guest appearances by Toronto-based jazz musicians Kaelin Murphy (trumpet) and Juan Carlos Medrano Magallanes (percussion), as well as LA guitarist Tyler Lott, the EP spans just over 22 minutes with five songs. While Mid Spiral: Chaos, Order & Growth will be available as a double LP and CD in October 2024, Mid Spiral: Growth can already be streamed independently.

Standout Songs: First Love, Audacia, Ways of Seeing


Mid Spiral

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Anastasia Coope – Darning Woman

Out now via Jagjaguwar, Darning Woman is an album that challenges the norms of DIY, bedroom music, and traditional feminine themes. On it, Coope focuses on the immediacy of moments and the passage of time rather than personal hardships. The album meditates on sewing and repair as a critique against materialism, emphasizing the importance of meaningful collection and creation, akin to birds building nests.

Standout Songs: He is On His Way Home We Don’t Live Together, What Doesn’t Work What Does, Woke Up and No Feet


Darning Woman

Artist Links:

Apple Music

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