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New releases out today: Flohio, The Din, Malaki, Miley Cyrus, Smashing Pumpkins & more

New releases out today: Flohio, The Din, Malaki, Miley Cyrus, Smashing Pumpkins & more

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

Malaki – Chrysalis (vinyl only)

Debut album from Dublin spoken word and rapper appears on vinyl only today.

Flohio – No Panic No Pain

A debut album from touted rising UK rapper.

AJ Tracey – Secure the Bag!

New surprise EP from UK rapper throws back to his early work.

The Din – Digress

One half of I Am The Cosmos and live drummer with Lisa Hannigan and many more, Ross Turner, releases a solo electronic album.

Miley Cyrus – Plastic Hearts

Features Dua Lipa, Joan Jett, Billy Idol and a Stevie Nicks mashup.

The Smashing Pumpkins – CYR

A 20-track self-produced eleventh album from Billy Corgan.

Hot Since 82 – Recovery

New album features Boy George, Miss Kittin, Jamie Jones and more.

See Also

Art of Algebra – Under A Different Light EP

Irish producer drops a four-track EP.

Lyra – The Magic of Christmas EP

Festive three-tracker from Cork artist.

Kompakt – Pop Ambient 2021

21st edition of the labels’ annual compilation.

Fabric presents Octo Octa & Eris Drew

All vinyl mix from partner DJs.


Also released today:

  • Ane Brun – How Beauty Holds the Hand of Sorrow
  • Statik Selektah – The Balancing Act
  • Gary Barlow – Music Played by Humans
  • Tim Burgess – Ascent of the Ascended EP
  • Tinashe – Comfort & Joy EP
  • Redhino – Sunnyvale


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