New releases out today: Tyler, Kojaque, Saint Sister, SAULT, Strange Boy, Doja Cat, John Grant & much more
Friday is album release day and here’s a rundown of what’s been released on DSPs and physical releases in stores.
Tyler, The Creator – CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST
16-track album announced only last week officially. Features Pharrell, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Wayne, Domo Genesis and more.
Kojaque – Town’s Dead
Kevin Smith’s debut album proper is an exciting and visceral self-produced album, and a real step up from Deli Daydreams.
Saint Sister – Where I Should End
This week’s podcast guests’ release their beautiful second album.
SAULT – Nine
The fifth album in three years from the brilliant SAULT, available for 99 days only.
Strange Boy – Holy/Unholy
Limerick spoken word and rap artist is doing his own thing, pared with Irish trad instruments and much more.
Faye Webster – I Know I’m Funny haha
23-year-old Atlanta singer-songwriter Faye Webster’s fourth album on Secretly Canadian.
Doja Cat – Planet Her
With features from SZA, The Weeknd, Young Thug, Ariana Grande and more.
Gaspard Augé – Escapades
One half of Justice has an album of Space Disco Italo-inspired bangers. Yes, please.
John Grant – Boy from Michigan
The American songwriter continues his forays into a more electro world on new album.
LoneLady – Former Things
Third album on Warp Records recorded at Somerset House.
Hiatus Kaiyote – Mood Valiant
First album in 6 years on Brainfeeder from the band that operates in the crosshairs between jazz, soul and electronic music
Daniel Avery – Together In Static
Avery put together a new album in part for a live stream gig at Hackney Church this week.
Lucy Dacus – Home Video
A part of the Bridgers, Baker, Dacus triumvirate. New album on Matador.
Pom Pom Squad – Death Of A Cheerleader
Brooklyn four-piece debut album on City Slang.
Modest Mouse – The Golden Casket
The band’s first album in six years.
Polo & Pan – Cyclorama
French dance duo release new album with Channel Tres featuring.
Úna Keane – Collaborations
Live album recorded at Dublin’s Pepper Canister Church features Stephen Shannon, Liam Ó’Maonlaí, Lōwli, Gareth Quinn Redmond and Ronán Conroy.
Picture This – Life In Colour
The Athy lads are back.
Throwing Snow – Dragons
Bristol electronic producer “looks to explore the space between science, folklore & ancestral wisdom.”
Zoee – Flaw Flower
Having previously worked with Hot Chip, PC Music, Vegyn, this is a playful art-pop solo album.
Matthew Dear – Preachers Sigh And Potion: Lost Album
Music from 2008 and 2009 that was shelved but now is good enough for a release in 2021.
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – This Is a Mindfulness Drill
A “fully reimagined reissue” of Richard Youngs’ 1998 album Sapphie as part of JagJaguar’s 25th anniversary.
The Mountain Goats – It’s Dark In Here
They really do knock them out. This was recorded the week between their last two albums.
Gorgon City – Olympia
British dance duo collaborate with Soffi Tukker, Jem Cooke and more on their new album on Astralworks.