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Suggested albums released this week to check out: Billie Eilish, Blimes, White Denim & more

Suggested albums released this week to check out: Billie Eilish, Blimes, White Denim & more


Friday is album release day and here’s a quick run down of what’s been released today. Check back next week for our favourites.

Billie Eilish – When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

We dubbed this 17-year old’s music as ‘petulant pop‘ back in 2017 and her debut album lives up to that description. A record that basks in its lighter moments and revels in its darker ones. Full review on this week’s podcast.

Blimes – Castles

Blimes is one half of rap group Blimes And Gab and her debut solo album Castles (that came out yesterday) packs a punch.

Good Cop Bad Cop – Joe Carnall and Matt Helders

Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders teamed up with Milburn frontman Joe Carnall on this new original project. Think 808 drums and old school analogue synths.

White Denim – Side Effects

Austin natives release their impressive 9th album that shows them doing exactly what they do best with riff saturated guitar lines and anthemnic melodies.

Beth Gibbons & the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra – Henryk Górecki: Symphony No. 3 (Symphony of Sorrowful Songs)

Portishead’s Beth Gibbons sings in Polish with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Other albums of interest released today

Choosey & Exile – Black Beans
Fennesz – Agora
Ty Segall – Deforming Lobes
UNKLE – The Road: Part II / Lost Highway
Floating Points – Late Night Tales
C Duncan – Health
Coughy  – Ocean Hug
Matthew Herbert Big Band – The State Between Us

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