3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Tumi Mogorosi, Black Midi, and Beabadoobee
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 Tumi Mogorosi, Black Midi, and Beabadoobee.
Tumi Mogorosi – Group Theory: Black Music
South African drummer Tumi Mogorosi is back with his first album since 2017’s Santum Santorium. Group Theory: Black Music boasts massive polyrhythmic beats coupled with a nine-person choir. 11 tracks deep, ‘Group Theory: Black Music’ combines fantastic individual artistic moments with a collective vision that not many individuals could construct.
Standout Songs: Wadada, The Fall, At The Limit of the Speakable, Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child (Feat. Gabi Motuba), Where are the Keys
Black Midi – Hellfire
Chaotic and controlled all in one breath. That’s what London experimental outfit Black Midi have created with their third studio album, Hellfire. On their latest, the trio maneuvers the current musical landscape with unabashed audacity. Calculated sonic contortions leave you feeling as if you are participating in a sideshow of epic proportions. Be prepared.
Standout Songs: Hellfire, Sugar/Tzu, Eat Men Eat, Welcome To Hell, The Race Is About To Begin
Beabadoobee – Beatopia
Beabadoobee has returned for her second proper album. On this follow-up to 2020’s Fake It Flowers, the Londoner has left behind the bedroom for a fuller, more robust sound. Beatopia, named after a universe Bea first conceived of at the age of 7, is a mature album that offers a myriad of sounds.
Standout Songs: 10:36, the perfect pair, Lovesong, tinkerbell is overrated
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