3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Florist, Orbital, and Maggie Rogers
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 Florist, Orbital, and Maggie Rogers.
Florist – Florist
Brooklyn, NY 4-piece have returned to release their fourth album, Florist. The follow-up to 2019’s Emily Alone the 19-track album is not for the faint of heart. Fifty-three minutes long, the album was recorded in a rented house in the Hudson Valley and includes environmental sounds, spontaneous music, and intermittent commentary.
Standout Songs: Red Bird Pt. 2 (Morning), Spring in Hours, Two Ways, 43, Sci-fi Silence Dandelion, Feathers
Orbital – 30 Something
The iconic English electronic duo made up of brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll, better known as Orbital, have returned to release their 10th album, 30 Something. Twenty-four tracks deep, the collection includes 15 remixes as well as a mix of new and re-recordings of classic songs. It’s classic Orbital and it’s glorious.
Standout Songs: Where Is It Going? (feat. Stephen Hawking), Impact – 30 Years Later and the Earth Is Still Burning Mix, Satan – 30 Years Later Mix, Are We Here? (20 Something) – Dusky Remix, Halycyon & On – Logic1000 Mix, Belfast – ANNA Techno Remix, Impact – John Tejada Remix, Belfast – Yotto Remix, Belfast – ANNA Ambient Remix
Maggie Rogers – Surrender
“Feral joy.” Those are the two words that Maggie Rogers has used over and over to describe her latest album, Surrender. Recorded in remote Maine in the early phases of the pandemic, Maggie’s sophomore effort is the follow-up to her critically acclaimed debut album, Heard It in a Past Life. Released via Debay Sounds and Capitol Records, Surrender is produced by Maggie Rogers with added production from Kid Harpoon, Del Water Gap, and Gabe Goodman.
Standout Songs: That’s Where I Am, Anywhere With You, Horses, Honey
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