Triple R Soundscape: 10 December 2018
Soundscape is a weekly look at local and international releases making an impression on our musical radar. The list offers a cross section of EPs and albums arriving at the station.
We have been busily scouring the Soundscape! Check out some of our favourite finds for this week 10 December 2018.
Jeff Tweedy - Warm (dBpm Records)**Album of the Week
On his first solo album of original material, the long-standing frontman of Wilco is in a deeply reflective mindset as he muses on family, friendship, additction and aging through a familiar alt-country sound.
Steve Spacek - Natural Sci-Fi (Eglo Records)
Released over a decade after it was first conceptualized, Natural Sci-Fi is an ultra-present record of Spacek's distinctive soulful vocals, sludgey beats, acid funk and space synth.
Gudrun Gut - Moment (Monika Enterprise)
The long-time pioneer of Berlin electronic music and one-time member of Einstürzende Neubauten returns with a new eclectic and urgent release.
Ahm - 'Black Spur' EP (Factoid Records)
Melbourne act Ahm presents their debut EP following years of working with a range of Melbourne acts. 'Black Spur' is driven by rythmic drum and bass beats and expanded with a rich, and oftentimes surprising sonic pallette
Time For Dreams - In Time Remixes (It Records)
Melbourne acts Geryon, Various Asses, Dream Kit and Simon J Karis interpret the 2017 hazy, murky dreamscape In Time.
ROSALI - Trouble Anyway (Scissor Tail Records/ Spinster Sounds)
The Philadelphia songwriter releases contempative, folk and garage-infused rock songs exploring intimate narratives of heartache, vulnerability and finding trouble.
Anderson .Paak - Oxnard (12 Tone / Aftermath)
The Los Angeles born rapper turns his focus towards his home town on his major label debut on Dr. Dre's Aftermouth, featuring appearances from heavyweights Q-Tip, Kendrick Lama and Dre himself.
The Citradels - F**k The Hits: Vol 1 (Independent)
The prolific Melbourne act release their ninth album with lush 60s soundscapes, dreamy synths and structured pop melodies.
The Good, The Bad & The Queen - Merrie Land (Studio 13/Warner Music)
The Damon Albarn led supergroup, unseen for over a decade, return with a concept album investigating what it means to be British following the trauma and divisions surrounding the Brexit referendum.
Kaytranada - Nothin Like You/Chances (RCA Records/Sony)'
The Montreal based producer creates understated yet intricate beats blending hip-hop, house and funk. Nothin Like U / Chances is a new three track release featuring collaborations with LA rapper Ty Dolla $ign, and singer songwriter Shay Lia.