Words: Dylan Murphy
With the endless onslaught of new music every Friday it’s hard to keep up with all the new releases. We’ve curated the essential new albums and projects out today for you to check out.
CMAT – Crazymad, For Me
Two albums in two years, CMAT is not messing around. Your favourite country pop singer has come through with 12 tracks of heartbreak, humour and straight heat. Can’t lie, this was the first thing to hit our ears this morning and it didn’t dissapoint.
MIKE – Burning Desires
MIKE has one of the busiest pens in the game. Having recently featured on Earl Sweatshirt and The Alchemist’s Voir Dire, he’s returned the favour by inviting the former Odd Future rapper back on his second record this year. Creative beats, great features and experiementation. This is the New York rapper in his bag.
Gotts Street Park – On The Inside
Gotts Street Park have recruited ENNY, Pip Millet and a host of others across On The Inside. The Alt-soul and RnB outfit’s latest record lands via Blue Flowers.
Westside Gunn – And Then You Pray For Me
BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM. AYO!
The Fly God is back with a stacked album. The Griselda co-founder shares the mic with hip hop’s heaviest hitters as he continues his quest to become the culture’s greatest curator.
Jordan Adetunji – ROCK ‘N’ RAVE
Belfast/London artist Jordan Adetunji made waves with his hyperpop and jersey club blends and he’s made good on the promise showed on his debut release ROCK ‘N’ RAVE. The project showcases he’s an artist that’s impossible to pigeon hole and highlights the breadth of sounds that influences his world.
CBAKL – Former Blessings
North coast producer CBAKL shares Former Blessings, with guest contributions from Bricknasty, Keanu The Pilot, Kibo and more. Tap in.
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The Mary Wallopers – Irish Rock N Roll
Ahead of an Ireland tour this December and following an incredible performance at Glastonbury, The Mary Wallopers have released their latest record Irish Rock N Roll.
The Streets – The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light
Ahead of two shows in Dublin, Mike Skinner returns with his latest record.
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