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3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Tirzah, Olivia Rodrigo, and Sparklehorse

Tirzah image via Tirzah’s trip9love…??? artwork

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 Tirzah, Olivia Rodrigo, and Sparklehorse.

Tirzah – triplive…???

In a pleasantly unexpected move, Tirzah has graced us with a new surprise album, Trip9love…??? Masterfully produced by the talented Mica Levi, the album arrives as a follow-up to her acclaimed Colourgrade. Without any prior fanfare or pre-release singles, the album comes courtesy of Domino and was written and recorded at the homes of Tirzah and Levi, as well as in southeast London and Kent.

Standout Songs: F22, u all the time, No Limit



Artist Links:

Apple Music

Olivia Rodrigo – GUTS

Olivia Rodrigo has released her highly anticipated second studio album, Guts. Released on September 8, 2023, via Geffen Records, the album was preceded by two chart-topping singles, ‘vampire,’ and ‘bad idea right?’ Following her monumental success with her debut album, Sour, released in 2021, which earned her three Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist, Rodrigo promised a more upbeat tone for Guts. Produced by Dan Nigro, the album has been described as a reflection of her journey through the turbulent transition from adolescence to adulthood. With songs ranging from poignant ballads to playful tunes, Guts encapsulates Rodrigo’s growth and self-discovery, creating a musical time capsule of her life experiences at 19.

Standout Songs: bad idea right?, vampire, making the bed, get him back!, the grudge



Artist Links:

Apple Music

Sparklehorse – Bird Machine

Bird Machine is a posthumous studio album by American indie rock band Sparklehorse. Released on September 8, 2023, by ANTI- Records, the album was recorded by Sparklehorse prior to the death of frontman Mark Linkous in 2010. Originally intended to be the band’s fifth studio album, the album was shelved after Linkous’ death. Made up of older recordings, the initial tracks were recorded with Steve Albini and are comprised of elements of indie, alternative, lo-fi, and psych rock.

Standout Songs: It Will Never Stop, Evening Star Supercharger, I Fucked It Up, Listening to the Higsons


Bird Machine

Artist Links:

Apple Music

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