We’re all about the new music releases this month, but this week has seen a flood of releases in particular. We tried to pare the list down to new singles or albums that are really special, and, well… there’s still a lot.
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Bing & Ruth – The How of it Sped
David Moore’s post-minimalist ensemble, deliver their third full-length album.
Alison Krauss – Windy City
Amazing bluegrass fiddler, in which she brings an amazing set of pipes to showcase versions of countrypolitan classics.
The Orwells – Terrible Human Beings
Album number three with super fun energy and goofball charm. You’re gonna have fun with this one.
Robert Randolph & The Family Band – Got Soul
Fifth album from the soul, funk, and gospel group. Just wait until you hear this pedal steel player.
Jidenna – The Chief
After his platinum debut single, the “Classic Man” he’s dropping his first LP, with a mix of fantasy and reality.
Mozart’s Sister – Field of Love
A fairy-like indie album with more dance pop for those who are bored with pop.
Earthen Sea – An Act of Love
Cold, sparse ambient techno, and dark as all get out.
Moiré – No Future
London-based producer comments on the state of the world (and club culture) with his second full-length.
London O’Connor – CircleTriangle
Producer brings a heartfelt album that blurs the boundaries between R&B, chillwave, and rap.
The Courtneys – The Courtneys II
This Vancouver trio brings a melodic mix on its Flying Nun debut.
Tim Darcy – Saturday Night
Experimental meditations with the feel of some Early Lou Reed on this solo debut.
Flume – Skin Companion EP II
Following up his Grammy on Skin, this DJ is back with some hard-hitting electronica.
Future – Future
Maggie Rogers – Now That The Light Is Fading
Gained notoriety after bringing Pharrell (yes, that Pharrell) to tears when she first played her music for him as an NYU student. Check out the video of that encounter below.