Triple R Soundscape: 29 October 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 29 October 2018

Constant Mongrel - Living in Excellence (Anti-Fade)**Album of the Week

The latest release from the mainstays of the Melbourne live music scene finds them reaching another level of sonic nuance and balance as well as sharp songwriting and social commentary.

Julia Holter - Aviary (Domino/EMI)

Aviary is Holter's fifth album and her most dense and detailed yet. It is a 90 minute epic which the LA based musician has said is her mediation on the current chaos of the world.

Robyn - Honey (Pod/Inertia)

Honey is the first record from the Swedish pop auteur in 8 years. Her return finds her exploring her love and deep knowledge of the contours and history of club music via her own singular sound.

Thom Yorke - Suspiria Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film)(XL Recordings/Remote Control)

The Radiohead frontman's first feature film soundtrack for the Guadagnino supernatural horro film of the same name.

Jenny Mitchell - Wildfires (Wildheart Publicity)

The second album from the rising star of New Zealand country music.

Say Lou Lou - Immortelle (COSMOS/Thinking Loud)

The Swedish-Australian twins return with their second album, recorded over a number of years in Los Angeles.

Georgia Anne Muldrow - Overload (Brainfeeder/Inertia)

The L.A singer and producer continues to push the possibilities of her singular psychedelic R&B sound.

Raiza Biza and Remi - Black Hole Sun EP (Low Key Source/Thinking Loud)

Following previous single collaboration 'Hate You' the talents of Australian & New Zealand Hip Hop team up for an EP featuring production from Detroit's Black Milk.

Richard Swift - The Hex (Secretly Canadian/Inertia)

The final release by the indie-pop mentor following his tragic death in July this year.

Kirkis - Kirkis 2 (Moded)

The Melbourne artist and multi-instrumentalist returns with his second solo offering.