7 Albums Out Today You Should Listen to Now: Angel Olsen, Danny Brown, Wilco, and More

With a lot good music being launched on a regular basis, it may be laborious to find out what to hearken to first. Each week, Pitchfork presents a run-down of serious new releases out there on streaming companies. This week’s batch consists of new albums from Angel Olsen, Danny Brown, Wilco, Nick Cave & The Dangerous Seeds, Chromatics, DIIV, and Glenn Branca. Subscribe to Pitchfork’s New Music Friday e-newsletter to get our suggestions in your inbox each week. (All releases featured listed below are independently chosen by our editors. Whenever you purchase one thing via our affiliate hyperlinks, nevertheless, Pitchfork could earn an affiliate fee.)

Angel Olsen: All Mirrors [Jagjaguwar]

Earlier than starting work with producer John Congleton on All Mirrors, Angel Olsen recorded a bare-bones solo model of the album, one which gave her the arrogance essential to decide to the plush manufacturing discovered all through the report. That second effort is All Mirrors. Learn Pitchfork’s Finest New Monitor opinions of “All Mirrors” and “Lark.”

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Danny Brown: uknowhatimsayin¿ [Warp]

uknowhatimsayin¿ is Danny Brown’s second album for Warp, following 2016’s Atrocity Exhibition. The 10-song report has manufacturing from Q-Tip, JPEGMAFIA, Flying Lotus and Thundercat, Standing on the Nook, Paul White, and extra. There are additionally visitor spots from Run the Jewels, Peggy, Obongjayar, and Blood Orange. Try Pitchfork’s opinions of “3 Tearz” and “Dirty Laundry,” named Finest New Monitor.

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Wilco: Ode to Pleasure [dBpm]

Following a pair of Jeff Tweedy solo albums, Wilco return with Ode to Pleasure, their first LP because the launch of Schmilco in 2016. Tweedy has said that the band “tried harder” on Ode to Pleasure. “The stakes feel higher. And I think it did a disservice to the last two records that we created the atmosphere of them being really low-stakes,” he instructed SPIN’s Andy Cush. Try Pitchfork’s observe overview for “Love Is Everywhere (Beware).”

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Nick Cave & the Dangerous Seeds: Ghosteen [Ghosteen Ltd]

Ghosteen marks the 17th studio album from Nick Cave & The Dangerous Seeds. Cave has stated, “Ghosteen is a migrating spirit.” As well as, he defined, “The songs on the first album are the children. The songs on the second album are their parents.”

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Chromatics: Nearer to Gray [Italians Do It Better]

No, Expensive Tommy has nonetheless not been launched, however Chromatics are nonetheless again: Their new album Nearer to Gray is the primary new full-length from the digital noir-rock outfit in seven years, and it options covers of Simon & Garfunkel and Jesus & Mary Chain. Learn Pitchfrok’s overview of “Light as a Feather,” and watch the band’s new music video for “You’re No Good.”

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DII: Deceiver [Captured Tracks]

DIIV return with their third album, Deceiver, their first because the launch of Is the Is Are and the primary since frontman Zachary Cole Smith underwent “long-haul” rehabilitation therapy in 2017. That have was formative within the writing of the album, which incorporates songs that had been performed out and refined through the band’s 2018 tour with Deafheaven. Try the observe overview of DIIV’s “Skin Game.”

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Glenn Branca: The Third Ascension [SYSTEMS NEUTRALIZERS]

Two years earlier than his loss of life in 2018, the guitar nice and avant-garde composer Glenn Branca debuted a brand new work titled The Third Ascension in New York Metropolis. Written for 4 electrical guitars, bass, and drums, the piece acts because the second sequel to his legendary 1981 album The Ascension. These NYC performances are actually being launched for the primary time.

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