New Music Friday, Sept. 1, 2023

New Music Friday on The High Note

It’s Labor Day weekend and The High Note is here to deliver you a fresh playlist of tracks released Friday, Sept. 1, 2023 to keep your weekend going into Monday.

Jeff Rosenstock is back in the spotlight with “Hellmode,” infusing punk energy into our playlists.

Dream-pop band Slowdive offers tranquil vibes on “Everything Is Alive.” Field Medic lends a folk touch with “LIGHT IS GONE 2,” while Puma Blue’s “Holy Waters” promises sultry summer reflections.

Finally, the iconic Neil Young graces us with “Odeon Budokan,” recorded in 1976 at features material recorded at Hammersmith Odeon in London, England.

As always, the entire list of new albums released today, Friday, Sept. 1, 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, September 1, 2023

Dope Lemon – Kimosabé
Icona Pop – Club Romantech
Jeff Rosenstock – Hellmode
Midwxst – E3
The Paper Kites – At the Roadhouse
Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons – Kings of the Asylum
Polaris – Fatalism
Primal Fear – Code Red
Royal Blood – Back to the Water Below
Slowdive – Everything Is Alive
Soen – Memorial
Speedy Ortiz – Rabbit Rabbit
Spirit of the Beehive – I’m So Lucky
Sprain – The Lamb As Effigy
Puma Blue – Holy Waters
Frankie and the Witch Fingers – Data Doom
Smoke DZA and Flying Lotus – Flying Objects
Field Medic – LIGHT IS GONE 2
Empire State Bastard – Rivers of Heresy
Illa J – No Traffic
Neil Young – Odeon Budokan