Friday is album release day and here’s a rundown of what’s been released on DSPs and physical releases in stores.
St. Vincent – Daddy’s Home
Annie Clark’s sixth album takes her sound to past of downtown ’70s New York. We review on this week’s podcast.
J. Cole – Off Season
Cole brings in guests for the first time with production from Timbaland, Boi-1da, T-Minus and more.
Jorja Smith – Be Right Back
An 8-track stop gap album from the English R&B artist to follow on from her 2018 debut.
Black Keys – Delta Kream
Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are back with their blues rock style.
Morcheeba – Blackest Blue
10th studio album from one of the original chillout bands
Paul Weller – Fat Pop
Terrible title but you can’t fault Weller’s work rate – his second album in two years and he produced Declan O’Rourke’s newest.
Sons Of Kemet – Black To The Future
London jazz scene’s leading lights.
Paris Texas – Boy Anonymous
LA duo who have so far mixed rap and rock in an interesting way.
Not Waving – How To Leave Your Body
Electronic producer makes an open crossover album with guests Jim O’Rourke, Marie Davidson, and Mark Lanegan.
Fatima Al Qadiri – Medieval Femme
Electronic producer with a suite inspired by the classical poems of Arab women
DJ-Kicks – Jayda G
No surprise who got the latest nod for the long-running series.
Moiré – Good Times
London-based producer Moiré’s new album features Demigosh throughout. Bandcamp.
Lionel Boy – Lionel Boy
Chilled, airy, jazz-tinged, electronic pop on Innovative Leisure
Holly MacVe – Not The Girl
London folk and country-tinged singer-songwriter.
Current Joys – Voyager
Nick Rattigan’s seventh album of sentimental rock ‘n’ roll for Secretly Canadian.