3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Yves Tumor, 100 Gecs, and FIDLAR
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 Yves Tumor, 100 Gecs, and FIDLAR.
Yves Tumor – Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds)
Yves Tumor’s latest album Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds) is a bold and experimental collection of songs that push the boundaries of genre and style. The album seamlessly blends elements of punk, electronic, and industrial music to create a unique and captivating sound. Throughout the album, Yves Tumor’s haunting vocals are accompanied by a range of textures and sounds, including distorted guitars, glitchy beats, and eerie synth melodies. The lyrics are introspective and often abstract, exploring themes of identity, desire, and the search for meaning in a chaotic world. Overall, Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds) is a significant work of art that showcases Yves Tumor’s boundless creativity and musical prowess.
Standout Songs: Parody, Heaven Surrounds Us Like a Hood, Echolalia, Fear Evil Like Fire
100 Gecs – 10,000 Gecs
As soon as the opening notes of 100 Gec’s latest album, 10,000 Gecs, hit your eardrums, you sense that you’re in for a wild ride. This hyperpop duo from St. Louis exudes the kind of confidence that only comes from knowing you’re about to deliver something truly special. And boy, do they ever deliver. Originally slated for release in 2022, 10,000 Gecs takes listeners on a genre-bending journey that defies categorization. From the bold decision to sample THX’s iconic Deep Note, to the eclectic array of sounds and styles on display throughout the album, 100 Gecs fearlessly explores the sonic landscape. This is a must-listen for anyone looking for music that pushes boundaries and defies expectations.
Standout Songs: Dumbest Girl Alive, Hollywood Baby, Doritos & Fritos, I Got My Tooth Removed, mememe
FIDLAR – That’s Life EP
FIDLAR’s latest EP, That’s Life, is a raw and unapologetic exploration of the ups and downs of existence. From the opening track ‘Centipede’ to the final notes of ‘That’s Life,’ FIDLAR deliver a high-energy barrage of punk rock that is impossible to ignore. The lyrics are brutally honest, tackling topics like addiction, mental health, and the search for meaning in a chaotic world. Musically, That’s Life showcases FIDLAR’s signature blend of garage punk and rock, with scorching guitar riffs and thundering drums driving each track forward. Despite its heavy subject matter, there is a sense of catharsis and release that permeates the EP, making it a perfect listen for anyone looking to let off some steam and rock out with abandon. Overall, That’s Life is a testament to FIDLAR’s staying power as one of the most exciting and authentic punk bands out today.
Standout Songs: Centipede, Sand on the Beach, FSU
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