New album releases this week: Caribou, Real Estate, Soccer Mommy and more

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New album releases this week from Caribou, Soccer Mommy, Wasted Shirt and more.

Caribou returns to the fold along with many other great new releases this week and Getintothis’ Simon Kirk has the details.

We say it all the time but we’ll say it again. Happy Friday!

It’s been a long week folks but we’re happy you stopped by to stick your head in here for a look.

Yup, happy Caribou day, people. There seems to be an enclave of Caribou aficionados in Liverpool unlike anywhere else, really. It’s a good thing, don’t worry – we’re not judging.

Like every other week, there’s more to whet the appetite, too.

This writer’s looking forward to what Soccer Mommy has up her sleeve with her color theory. There’s plenty of other great stuff below to sink your fangs in to as well.

So, enough rambling, let’s get down to it.

Below are our top 7 picks for this week. Be safe and enjoy your weekend.

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Caribou

1. Caribou: Suddenly
Merge

Ontario-born Dan Snaith releases his first Caribou album in six years with Suddenly.
Suffice to say, there’s a fair bit of excitement over this one.

A full tour is to follow and you can find all the details about Cairbou‘s forthcoming Liverpool show here.

Real Estate

2. Real Estate: The Main Thing
Domino

Real Estate are back with their latest album, The Main Thing, which follows 2017’s underrated In Mind.

The Main Thing is mooted as the band’s most inspired and self-aware to date. The album was produced at upstate New York’s Marcata Sound.

The Orielles

3. The Orielles: Disco Volador
Heavenly

M62 free spirits, The Orielles, return with their second album, Disco Volador.

The album was recorded at Stockport’s Eve Studios with Marta Salogni (Liars, Björk, The Moonlandingz). Excited? We are, too.

Soccer Mommy

4. Soccer Mommy: color theory
Loma Vista Recordings

Sophie Allison, known better to us as Soccer Mommy, is back with her new album, color theory and if it’s anything as good as her last record, Clean, then we’re in for a treat.

Fans of Weyes Blood‘s Titanic Rising may have arrived at the right place here.

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Lightning Bolt’s Brian Chppendale is one half of Wasted Shirt

5. Wasted Shirt: Fungus II
Famous Class

Psych scuzzer, Ty Segall, and Brian Chippendale of Lightning Bolt (pictured above to your right) join forces as Wasted Shirt.

Fungus II could be anything, but one thing is for sure. If you like a bit of chaos, then this one’s for you.

Daniel Davies (photo credit: via the artist’s Facebook page)

6. Daniel Davies: Signals
Sacred Bones

Any John Carpenter fans out there? Well, here’s a bit of an alternative fix for you with Daniel Davies who releases his first album for Sacred Bones in Signals.

The album is said to be a collaboration with visual artist, Jesse Draxler. Night time sound scapes right here.

Grimm Grimm (photo credit: via the artist’s Facebook page)

7. Grimm Grimm: Ginormous
Tip Top Recordings

Grimm Grimm‘s Ginormous is the debut album from Japanese born London-based, Koichi Yamanoha.

Here there are all sorts of sounds committed to tape.
They call it future folk. We’ll let you decide what to make of it.

Haleek Maul (photo credit: via the artist’s Bandcamp page)

This week’s other notable releases:

  • Haleek Maul: Errol (Lex Records)
  • Gladie: Safe Sins (Lame-O Records)
  • Angelica Garcia: Cha Cha Place (Spacebomb Records)
  • Tycho: Simulcast (Ninja Tune)
  • Loke Rahbek and Frederik Valentin: Buy Corals Online (Editions Mego)
  • Shell of a Shell: Away Team (Exploding In Sound)
  • Juiceboxxx: It’s Easy to Feel Like A Nobody When You’re Living in the City (Dangerbird Records)
  • Insect Ark: The Vanishing (Profound Lore Records)
  • Beneath the Massacre: Fearmonger (Century Media Records)
  • Brooke Bentham: Everyday Nothing (Allpoints)
  • Dark Fortress: Spectres From the Old World (Century Media Records)
  • Doctor Fluorescent: Doctor Fluorescent (Crammed Discs)
  • Franc Moody: Dream in Colour (Juice Box Recordings)
  • Gabriel Olafs: Absent Minded (One Little Indian Recordings)
  • Gigi Masin: Calypso (Apollo Records)
  • Glacier Veins: The World You Want to See (Equal Vision Records)
  • Henrik Lindstrand: Nattresa (One Little Indian Records)
  • Holy: Ryder (PNKSLM Recordings)
  • The Jacka: Murder Weapon (EMPIRE)
  • Jeremy Cunningham: The Weather Up There (Northern Spy Records)
  • Kassa Overall: I Think I’m Good (Brownswood Recordings)
  • Kevin Krauter: Full Hand (Bayonet Records)
  • Kyshona: Listen (Tone Tree Music)
  • Leo Takami: Felis Catus and Silence (Unseen Worlds)
  • Malka: I’m Not Your Soldier (Tantrum Records)
  • MOBS: Cinema Paradiso (Rude Records)
  • Niklas Paschburg: Svalbard (7K!)
  • Port Juvee: Mind Control (Garment District Records)
  • The Seshen: CYAN (Tru Thoughts)
  • Toundra: Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari (BMG)
  • The Undercover Dream Lovers: It’s All In Your Head (Self-released)
  • Waco Brothers: Resist! (Bloodshot Limited)
  • Warren Wolf: Reincarnation (Mack Avenue Music Group)
  • Yuksek: Nosso Ritmo (Kontor Records)

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