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New Music Friday Videos: Anna Fox Rochinski, Jon Batiste & Lana Del Rey

New Music Friday? We’re showing off our 1980s roots with New Music Friday Videos this week with 3 from Lana, Anna, and Jon Batiste.

Music Videos: Anna Fox Rochinksi, Jon Batiste and Lana Del Rey

We still love music videos. You can blame the Cars, Michael Jackson, and U2 for that weird obsession. We’ve been watching a lot of them during COVID-19 and realised that we’re discovering more and more great albums through YouTube. Every New Music Friday we’re going to share 3 new music videos that we’ve been watching all week.

We’re really looking forward to the vinyl release of Anna Fox Rochinski’s Cherry, which should be available in early June. Neat arrangements, some moments that reminded us of Beck, and some excellent quirky pop. It’s a tad sad, but we’re a little obsessed with this one. For now, it’s available on Spotify, Tidal, and Qobuz.

Anna Fox Rochinski: Cherry

Anna Fox Rochinski, “Cherry” (Don Giovanni Records) | Buy Album at Amazon

Jon Batiste has had a very busy 2021. Most people who are familiar with Jon Batiste likely know him as Stephen Colbert’s bandleader on “The Late Show,” but he’s had a long and inspiring musical career outside of the show. His recent work for the film Soul has seemingly brought in a lot of new listeners, and we hope that will only continue as he is an incredibly talented pianist, singer, and composer.

Jon Batiste: We Are

Jon Batiste, “I Need You” (Verve) | Buy Album at Amazon

It should surprise not a soul that Chemtrails Over The Country Club rocketed to the top of the charts in less than one week. Lana Del Rey has become the dirty subconscious of America and we’re all a tad grateful for it. She’s seemingly unafraid to rip off the band-aid and make us feel a tad dirty in the process. We need that. Badly.

Lana Del Rey: Chemtrails Over The Country Club

Lana Del Rey, “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” (Polydor Records) | Buy Album at Amazon

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