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New releases out today: Ariana Grande, Nealo, Jim-E Stack, Mango X MathMan, Oneohtrix Point Never, April & more

New releases out today: Ariana Grande, Nealo, Jim-E Stack, Mango X MathMan, Oneohtrix Point Never, April & more

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Friday is album release day and here’s a quick rundown of what’s been released today.

Ariana Grande – Positions

Surprise new album from Ariana. Louise Bruton got up early to review.

Nealo – All The Leaves Are Falling

Debut album from a Nialler9 favourite – Dublin hardcore singer turned rapper is a reflective narrative-driven album charting the Dubliner’s travels and links to home.

Jim-E Stack – Ephemera

Producer with friends in high places. Guests include Bon Iver, Empress Of, Diplo, Bearface, Octavian and Kacy Hill.

Busta Rhymes – Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God

Busta’s new album features Ol Dirty Bastard (RIP), Kendrick Lamar, Q-Tip, and Mariah Carey.

Oneohtrix Point Never – Magic Oneohtrix Point Never

Off-kilter contemporary electronic wonkiness from Daniel Lopitan.

Mango X MathMan – Casual Remix EP

Prozak, Zero T, Sert One, Bon Voyage and more on the remix tip of Casual Work songs.

April – Luna EP

Kildare R&B artist releases her second EP of 2020

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Dizzee Rascal – E3 AF

Dizzee is back with a big load of guests like D Double E, Ghetts, Kano and Alicia Harley.

Autechre – Plus

Autechre drop a companion counterpart to their recent album Sign.

Sam Smith – Love Goes

Labrinth and Burna Boy guest on the UK singer’s new one.


Also released today:

  • U2 – All That You Can’t Leave Behind (Super Deluxe Edition)
  • Amy MacDonald – The Human Demands
  • Eels – Earth To Dora
  • Blue States – Trinity EP
  • Ane Brun – After the Great Storm
  • CamelPhat – Dark Matter
  • Leisure – Side A
  • Common – A Beautiful Revolution (Pt 1)
  • Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou – May Our Chambers Be Full
  • Flora Yin Wong – Holy Palm
  • Lol K – The Breeze
  • Omar El Shariyi – Oriental Music
  • Tangerine Dream – Pilots of Purple Twilight: The Virgin Recordings 1980 – 1983


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