3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Wednesday, Daughter, and Cam Kahin
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 Wednesday, Daughter, and Cam Kahin.
Wednesday – Rat Saw God
Wednesday, the North Carolina quintet, has finally released their fifth studio album, Rat Saw God. This 37-minute album, released via Dead Oceans (home to artists like Phoebe Bridgers and Mitski), takes the listener on a fascinating journey of diverse genres. Seamlessly blending 90s grunge, shoegaze, and heartfelt country ballads, Rat Saw God is a must-listen for anyone who appreciates music that pushes boundaries.
Standout Songs: Bull Believer, Formula One, Chosen To Deserve, Turkey Vultures
Daughter – Stereo Mind Game
After a seven-year hiatus, London-based indie folk trio Daughter has finally released their highly anticipated album, Stereo Mind Game. Combining elements of indie rock, electronic music, and dream pop, this album delivers a mesmerizing soundscape that leads the listener on a captivating journey. With atmospheric and ethereal songs that boast beautiful vocals and lush production, Stereo Mind Game explores themes of love, loss, and hope. With its unique blend of genres and poignant exploration of the human psyche, Stereo Mind Game is a must-listen for anyone looking for a transcendent musical experience that lingers long after the final note.
Standout Songs: Be On Your Way, Party, Neptune, Swim Back, To Rage
Cam Kahin – WHEN IT”S ALL OVER EP
Toronto-based musician Cam Kahin has released his debut EP, WHEN IT’S ALL OVER, under Dine Alone Records. Containing three acclaimed singles, ‘try again,’ ‘birds,’ and ‘compass,’ the EP was primarily recorded at Catherine North Studios in Hamilton with engineer/producer Will Crann. With unlimited time to perfect the sound, Kahin and Crann took their time recording the EP, finding the best scream sounds, rubbing cymbals for texture, and setting mics up all over the church where Catherine North is housed. “It was just having a good time and trying to make something crazy,” grins Kahin.
Standout Songs: compass, try again, birds
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