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New releases out this week: Yves Tumor, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, M83, Ailbhe Reddy, 100 Gecs, U2 & more

New releases out this week: Yves Tumor, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, M83, Ailbhe Reddy, 100 Gecs, U2 & more

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Here’s a rundown of new releases on DSPs and physical releases in record shops this week.


New Albums


Yves Tumor – Praise a Lord Who Chews but Which Does Not Consume (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds)

Fifth album from alternative artist Yves Tumor who is playing 3Olympia in Dublin in November. ‘Heaven Surrounds Us Like a Hood ‘


Unknown Mortal Orchestra – V

The Hawaiian-New Zealand musician Ruban Nielson’s new one is said to be inspired by “West Coast AOR, classic hits, weirdo pop and Hawaiian Hapa-haole music,” along with dealing with a family illness that meant a lot of the family relocated to Hawaii from Portland and New Zealand. ‘Nadja’


M83 – Fantasy

The ninth album from French producer/auteur Anthony Gonzalez is his first proper since 2016’s Junk. The widescreen electronic production is all here, and six tracks came out a while ago from it. ‘Oceans Niagara’


Ailbhe Reddy – Endless Affair

The second album from the Irish singer-songwriter has been teased with a number of pre-release singles to now.  Two of those tracks feature in our top 100 Irish songs of 2022.


100 gecs – 10,000 gecs

Hyperpop duo’s second album brings pop-punk, nu-metal and ska into the equation. ‘Hollywood Baby’


U2 – Songs Of Surrender

An album of re-recorded U2 songs, produced by the Edge. “Anthems but smaller” is how The Guardian put it.


Fidlar – That’s Life

American punk and garage rock band from Los Angeles have reached album number four.


O’SULLIVAN – these are not songs, they are stories

13-track album of songs from Budapest-based Irish indie alt-pop artist. ‘Love & Death’. Bandcamp.


Daði Freyr – I’m Making An Album 1/3

The first part of Icelandic indie popper’s debut full length.


Tsar B – To The Stars

Belgian electronic pop artist, first featured here in 2016. ‘Underwater’


Daddy Long Legs – Street Sermons

NYC punk rock blues band. Bandcamp.


Technology + Teamwork – We Used To Be Friends

Technology + Teamwork are Sarah Jones (sometime drummer for Hot Chip / Harry Styles) and Anthony Silvester. ‘Big Blue’ is a polychromatic meld of hyperpop and disco electronica.


Princess Nokia – I love you but this is goodbye

A seven-track project marks the New York artist’s return to the roots of 2014 debut Metallic Butterfly, it’s a lot more pop than rap. ‘Complicated’


Black Honey – A Fistful Of Peaches

Third album from Brighton dour-piece indie rock band. ‘Up Against It’


Adrian Sood – The Nightmare Gosifur Pt 3

Kildare composer and producer creates electro, rock, ambient and dream pop music. Bandcamp.

See Also


EP & 12″ Releases


Hozier – Eat Your Young EP

It’s Patrick’s Day, it’s Hozier’s birthday and it’s his first music in a while ahead of the new album Unreal Unearth. Hozier is playing live rehearsal shows in The Academy next month.


Mano Le Tough, Kev Sheridan – II EP

Irish producers team up on Maeve label, for the second of a trilogy. Bandcamp.


Tei Shi – Bad Premonition EP

The Colombian-Canadian singer-songwriter’s new EP features production from Tei Shi herself, Chairlift’s Patrick Wimberly, Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Jacob Portrait, and more. ‘¿QUIÉN TE MANDA?’


Various Artists – All Acid Everything  Vol. 1

Jape, Leo Pearson, ECHO8 and Love Command 0 contribute to Kilkenny label Made Magnetic’s acid-focused compilation. Bandcamp.


Curtisy and TXPE_EATER – BLCKMGC* EP

Producer TXPE_EATER and rapper Curtisy team up on an EP featuring the glistening vapourwave beat of ‘Italia90’ .


Uly – 1822.demos,

Raphino Murphy aka Uly releases a 12-track mixtape intended as a clearing house ahead of the eventual release of a debut album,featuring his trademark soft glow production, guitar and R&B vibe. ‘Emperor’s New Groove (for Klara)’


Moderat – EVEN MORE D4TA

A remix compilation featuring Logic1000, Sherelle, Marie Davidson and more. Bandcamp.


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