3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Jockstrap, Built to Spill, and The Afghan Whigs
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 Jockstrap, Built to Spill, and The Afghan Whigs.
Jockstrap – I Love You Jennifer B
The duo consisting of Georgia Ellory and Taylor Skye (Jockstrap) have released their debut studio album, I Love you Jennifer B to critical acclaim. 10 tracks transcend the 44 minutes. Cohesive, innovative, and bold, their brand of electronic pop music is a delight to listen to.
Standout Songs: Neon, Concrete Over Water, Debra, Glasgow, 50/50 Extended Mix
Built to Spill – When the Wind Forgets Your Name
The institution that is Doug Martsch has once again delivered a complete gem. Marketed as the band’s first for Sub Pop and their first since 2015’s Untehered Moon, When the Wind Forgets Your Name reminds you why you first fell in love with the band. Consisting of Melanie Radford (bass), Teresa Esguerra (drums), and Doug Martsch on lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitars, the trio gel and proves that the success of the band was (and is) well deserved.
Standout Songs: Gonna Loose, Fool’s Gold, Understood, Spiderweb, Alright
The Afghan Whigs – How Do You Burn?
Dating back to 1988, Cincinnati’s original rock band The Afghan Whigs have once again stepped out into the limelight. How Do You Burn? sees the veterans once again tweaking their formula for their eighth album and their first since 2017’s In Spades. Released through BMG Rights Management, the album is their first since 1998’s 1965 not released on Sub Pop.
Standout Songs: I’ll Make You See God, Jyja, A Line of Shots
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