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New releases out today: Angel Olsen, 070 Shake, POLIÇA, Andrew Bird & more

New releases out today: Angel Olsen, 070 Shake, POLIÇA, Andrew Bird & more

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


Angel Olsen – Big Time

“Big Time is an album about the expansive power of new love, written during the time Olsen was coming out as queer, and having her first experience of queer love and heartbreak.”

The background to this album is something. Olsen came out to her parents at the age of 34. Within a short time, both of them had died, and the album was recorded three weeks after her mother passed.

Olsen plays Vicar Street, Dublin on October 24th.


070 Shake – You Can’t Kill Me

Second album from the New Jersey rapper/singer and Kanye collaborator.


POLIÇA – Madnеss

The Minneapolis band’s sixth album on Memphis Industries, a companion piece of sorts to 2020’s When We Stay Alive.


iamamiwhoami – Be Here Soon

Scandanavian electro pop project Jonna Lee debuted with mysterious videos that I included lapped up in 2010. This new one is also an audiovisual album, teased with regular videos.


Andrew Bird – Inside Problems

The US singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and whistler’s new one.


Purity Ring – Graves EP

Canadian electro-pop. Title track.


Hudson Taylor – Searching for the Answers

Third album from the melodic Irish singer-songwriter brothers.


Tove Styrke – Hard

Not to be confused with Tove Lo.


Post Malone – Twelve Carat Toothache

State of this title. 🤪


The Caretaker – Everywhere At The End Of Time Stage 1

First in a series of Six albums by The Caretaker to be released over the next 3 years, slowly cataloguing the stages of early onset dementia. Each album will reveal new points of progression, loss and disintegration, progressively falling further and further towards the abyss of complete memory loss and nothingness


Horsegirl – Versions of Modern Performance

Teenage trio’s debut album drawing on shoegaze, jangle, grunge and alt-rock on Matador