Every week, countless new albums are released across various genres, making it easy to miss out on some great music. That’s why at Indie Hoy, we’ve handpicked five albums that were released today and are definitely worth a listen.
Isla Mujeres – Barato ideal
Following their acclaimed album Correr interior, Isla Mujeres is back with Barato ideal. This new LP is a more lighthearted and humorous work compared to its predecessor, featuring eight songs that embrace the band’s signature cadence. You can listen to Barato ideal on streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.
J Mascis – What Do We Do Now
What Do We Do Now is the fifth solo studio album from Dinosaur Jr.’s frontman, J Mascis. The album took shape during the pandemic with an acoustic and intimate approach, featuring musicians Ken Mauri and Matthew “Doc” Dunn. Mascis himself has described this as his best solo work to date. You can listen to What Do We Do Now on streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.
Lee “Scratch” Perry – King Perry
King Perry is an album that pays tribute to the life and work of the late producer, songwriter, singer, and dub icon, Lee “Scratch” Perry. Conceived, written, and recorded during the pandemic, this album was produced by Daniel Boyle and features a diverse range of musicians. You can listen to King Perry on streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.
Pablo Neptuno – Microkorg and girls
Microkorg and girls is the sixth album by Pablo Neptuno, recorded between 2016 and 2018, but only released today. The musician explained that unforeseen events and time delays led to the album’s delayed release. Pablo describes this album as having his favorite songs and encourages listeners to give it a listen on streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.
The Last Dinner Party – Prelude to Ecstasy
Prelude to Ecstasy is the debut album of the supergroup The Last Dinner Party. The concept of the album explores the extremes of human emotions, from the ecstasy of passion to the depths of pain. The group describes the album as an exorcism of guitars, featuring confessions from their diaries and an orchestra to bring their vision to life. You can listen to Prelude to Ecstasy on streaming platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.
So, if you’re looking for some new music to add to your playlist, be sure to check out these five albums that were released today. Each album offers a unique and diverse listening experience, catering to a wide range of musical tastes. Happy listening!
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