Listen to Kim Gordon’s fearless new album ‘No Home Record’

The Sonic Youth co-founder’s debut solo album is here.

Sonic Youth co-founder Kim Gordon has shared her debut solo album No Home Record.

The record is mostly produced by Justin Raisen, who’s worked with Angel Olsen and Sky Ferreira. The nine-track LP boasts an array of abrasive guitar textures and perhaps unexpectedly, aggressive hip hop beats.

“I have this drum machine I borrowed from a friend and it’s very ’90s,” Gordon told Vogue. “[During the making of the album] I was also playing [Raisen] some ’90s hip hop and some more minimal sort of experimental hip hop like RP Boo and DJ Rashid, but also No Wave bands and The Stooges.”

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On highlight “Paprika Pony,” Gordon touches upon the role of women in the entertainment industry over a mocking trap beat: “What am I? / Just not a girl / A woman / Give me a finger / Trigger trigger.”

Gordon previously shared videos for album cuts “Sketch Artist,” “Air BnB” and “Hungry Baby.”

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