Another week lead by Girlpool over here at KJHK! We’ve certainly been loving the new album, What Chaos is Imaginary. Check it out along with some other new music we’ve been spinning!
Top 5 Charts:
1.) Girlpool – What Chaos Is Imaginary
(From previous week) The two amazing songwriters Cleo Tucker and Harmony Trividad are back with a new album, What Chaos Is Imaginary. There aren’t many duos with the ability to harmonize as they can, and this genre spanning album shows the band at their most creative and most ambitious.
2.) Cherry Glazerr – Stuffed & Ready
“Compared to their second most recent album, Apocalypstick (2017, Secretly Canadian), Stuffed & Ready shows a back-to-basics approach, evoking the vengeful spirit of Dolores Haze in the process.” Read the full review written by Sasha Arteaga HERE & Catch Cerry Glazerr and Palehound play at recordBar in Kansas City on 2/27!
3.) Sneaks – Highway Hypnosis
“Pre-dated by Gymnastics, her 2015 debut, and It’s a Myth, released in 2017, Sneaks’ latest album trades in jumpy basslines for dozy, hypnotic vocals, wavy synth, minimalist drum beats, heavy bass, and spoken-word style verses throughout.” Read the full review written by Madeline Connor HERE & Catch Sneaks at miniBar in Kansas City on 3/21!
4.) Toro Y Moi – Outer Peace
“Outer Peace is a cleverly-crafted, pleasantly mid-fi album of melancholy grooves that Toro y Moi uses as a medium to tell us his stellar keys to what it takes to achieve peace on the outside.” Read the full review written by Caroline McCone HERE
5.) Sharon Van Etten – Remind Me Tomorrow
“Remind Me Tomorrow is just as the name implies, the world is beautiful but there are times when you are too busy or overwhelmed to enjoy and experience that. Van Etten explores new ways to deal with emotions in our grab-and-go lifestyles.” Read the full review written by Miranda Roberts HERE