The Israeli singer and rapper Noga Erez appears poised for a globally breakthrough. Her relentlessly infectious new album Youngsters is stacked with the sort of deep hooks that can captivate legions, whilst the tracks strut and rage with fearless abandon. On this week’s exhibit we sample one particular of the lots of earworms on the file and discuss about the strategies Noga Erez faucets into Millennial angst although calling for unity and being familiar with.
Also on the show: the jazz legend Dr. Lonnie Smith, more sonic adventures with Tune-Yards, region singer Miko Marks, serpentwithfeet and extra. Nate Chinen of WBGO and Jazz Evening in America joins WNXP‘s Jewly Hight, contributor Christina Lee and WXPN‘s John Morrison, alongside with NPR Music’s Tom Huizenga, Marissa Lorusso, Stephen Thompson and Robin Hilton as they share their picks for the ideal new albums out on Mar. 26.
- AJR — Alright ORCHESTRA
Showcased Tune: “Joe”
- Noga Erez — Youngsters
Highlighted Tune: “Close of the Highway”
- Clark — Playground In A Lake
Showcased Music: “Lambent Rag,” “Without end Chemicals,” “Earth Devices”
- Miko Marks — Our State
Showcased Tune: “Ancestors”
- Tune-Yards — Sketchy
Showcased Music: “Make It Ideal”
- Dr. Lonnie Smith — Breathe
Showcased Track: “Track 9”
- serpentwithfeet — Deacon
Showcased Music: “Sailor’s Superstition”
Other notable releases for Mar. 26: Armand Hammer & The Alchemist — HARAM Dntel — The Seas Trees See El Michels Affair — Yeti Year Initial Aid Package — Who By Fire Floating Points/Pharoah Sanders/London Symphony Orchestra — Promises Rod Wave — Soulfly.