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Music Staff's Top New Albums - Oct. 8-14
by Ryan Stiesi

Keep an ear open for these wonderful albums that will be gracing our airwaves! It’s our top 10 adds of the week of October 8-14! 


1. Weaves - Wide Open

2. Kali Masi - Wind Instrument

3. The Elwins - Beauty Community

4. Mo Kenney - The Details

5. Liam Gallagher - As You Were

6. Kan Wakan - Phantasmagoria

7. Protomartyr - Relatives In Descent

8. Kirk Ross - Cartwheel

9. Indian Agent - Meditations In The Key Of Red

10. TOKiMONSTA - Lune Rouge


Our Number 1 Add:

Weaves - Wide Open

Wide Open is the sophomore release from Toronto-based band Weaves. It is a follow up to their critically acclaimed debut LP, which produced some guitar-heavy art pop. The band has called Wide Open their “Americana” album, noting how they combined elements of punk from their first release with some more anthemic qualities on this release.


Station Favorites:

Mo Kenney - The Details

If you tuned in last year you had a good chance of hearing Mo Kenney’s 2016 album, In My Dreams. We enjoyed that album here at The Core and now Kenney is back with her third full-length album, The Details. The Details is a concept album that traces the artist’s own struggles with depression and life’s hardships, it’s Kenney’s most personal work to date. She brings the album together by combining elements of bruising rock ’n’ roll, vivid psychedelia, and haunting pop.

Liam Gallagher - As You Were

Liam Gallagher, lead vocalist of Oasis, is back with his debut solo album. As You Were is driven by a sense of purpose as Gallagher’s lyrics are sincere and profound, while the music is a mixture of pop and psychedelia. Pounding drums and driving grooves are prominent throughout, while Gallagher also uses the acoustic guitar to open up on some tracks.