New Music Friday, June 23, 2023

New Music Friday on The High Note

Welcome back to another New Music Friday with all the fresh new albums released today, Friday June 23, 2023.

I love the  booming beats of Big Freedia’s new album, “Central City.” The queen diva of bounce never fails to deliver a powerful, danceable beat.

Don’t sleep on the soulful collaboration of Amanda Shires and Bobbie Nelson; their album, “Loving You,” explores the depths of love and longing. It’s a must-listen for all country and folk fans out there.

The indie world isn’t left behind either, with one of my favorite singer-songwriters M. Ward‘s “Supernatural Thing.” This album brings us a set of introspective tunes wrapped in his signature lush melodies.

Fans of experimental pop will be thrilled with Portugal. The Man’s new release, “Chris Black Changed My Life.” It’s a perfect blend of psychedelic rock and pop elements demonstrating their creative prowess.

Finally, in the hip-hop scene, Young Thug’s “Business is Business” is setting the pace with its ingenious blend of Thug’s distinctive voice and outlandish lyricism.

As always, the entire list of new albums released today, Friday, June 23, 2023 is below in no particular order. My most anticipated albums are in bold. Let me know what you’re listening to in the comments below and on social media @highnoteblog

New Album Releases Friday, June 23, 2023

Amanda Shires and Bobbie Nelson – Loving You
Austin Mahone – Lone Star Story
Big Freedia – Central City
Cable Ties – All Her Plans
Coi Leray – Coi
Cry Club – Spite Will Save Me
Geese – 3D Country
Jake Owen – Loose Cannon
Jason Mraz – Mystical Magical Rhythmical Radical Ride
Kelly Clarkson – Chemistry
Kim Petras – Feed the Beast
Lastlings – Perfect World
Maisie Peters – The Good Witch
M. Ward – Supernatural Thing
Michael Bolton – Spark of Light
Portugal. The Man – Chris Black Changed My Life
Swans – The Beggar
Trophy – Eyes Suicide and Sunshine
Valley – Lost in Translation
Young Thug – Business Is Business
Militarie Gun – Life Under The Gun
Albert Hammond Jr. – Melodies On Hiatus
Amaii – in the eleventh hour
Burner – It All Returns to Nothing
Juelz – Floorspace
The Dream Syndicate – The History Kinda Pales When It and You Are Aligned: The Days of Wine and Roses
Let’s Eat Grandma – Half Bad: The Bastard Son & the Devil Himself
Charles Mingus – Changes: The Complete 1970s Atlantic Studio Recordings
Corvair – Bound To Be
Cory Hanson – Western Cum
Tommy Prine – This Far South
Arthur Russell – Picture of Bunny Rabbit