3 New Albums Out This Week You Should Listen to Now: Will Joseph Cook, Sinead O’Brien, and Tony Shhnow
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There’s so much good music out in the ether that sometimes it’s difficult to parse through all of it. Every week The Daily Music Report will do the hard work for you and highlight the best releases available on streaming services.
This week we’re highlighting new music from Will Joseph Cook, Sinead O’Brien, and Tony Shhnow.
Will Joseph Cook – Every Single Thing
Will Joseph Cook has returned with his first album since 2020’s Something To feel Good About. Every Single Thing is a straightforward and unabashed pop album. Confident, entertaining, and optimistic the album is a 10-track love letter that’s bound to pull you in. Packed with hooks, Something To feel Good About was created to stick with you long after you listen to it. It succeeds.
Standout Songs: Little Miss, Kisses, Be Around Me (feat. chloe moriondo), BOP, Easy Undone
Sinead O’Brien – Time Bend and Break The Bower
“Relentless, surreal, and incendiary.” That’s how Sinead O’Brien starts off her Spotify bio. We would also add fresh, unconventional, and gilded in 80s grandeur. And all would be correct descriptions of the Irish poet currently based in London. The long-awaited debut album, Time Bend and Break The Bower has finally arrived. Clever and swirling with a mystique and energy of a woman with a clear vision, O’Brien’s Time Bend and Break The Bower proves it is her time to shine.
Standout Songs: Salt, GIRLKIND, End of Days, Holy Country, Spare for My Size, Me, There Are Good Times Coming
Tony Shhnow – Reflexions
Atlanta-based underground rapper, Tony Shhnow has returned with his latest project, Reflexions. The album is an 18-track endeavor that highlights his unique and nonchalant cadence structure over thick bass lines, classic trap sounds, and the emerging “plugg” scene of Atlanta. The Atlanta rapper is constantly reinventing himself, and Reflexions is no different. Expect laidback, atmospheric, and spacey flows across 40 minutes of music.
Standout Songs: Show U, Park My Car, Bape, Last Chance, Keep N Touch, Go!
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