Music / May 5, 2023

New Albums: Fred Again.., Conway The Machine, Panchiko & more

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Music / May 5, 2023

New Albums: Fred Again.., Conway The Machine, Panchiko & more

Words: Dray Morgan

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.

Conway The Machine- Won’t He Do It

The Griselda member has dropped his newest project after his critically acclaimed album ‘God Don’t Make Mistakes’. He’s joined by fellow label-mates Westside Gunn and Benny The Butcher.

Daniel Luke – Shadow Dance

A project that exudes pure serenity inspired by the continuous music concept of Ukrainian pianist and composer Lubomyr Melnyk.

Joeyxxvincy – Council Baby

This is a hard-hitting EP from Irish rapper Joeyxxvincy about growing up as a “Council Baby”, this tape’s got elements of drill as well as more heartfelt bars.

$uicideboy$ – Yin Yang Tapes

$uicideboy$ mix emo rap with elements of southern hip hop. Their dark aesthetic never misses.

billy woods & Kenny Segal- Maps

Its a double Griselda weekend with Billy woods and Conway and it’s seriously hard decide which is better.

Luka Palm – Boyracer

This four track tape is a culmination of grime, hyperpop and industrial hip hop. It gives you that early grim experience and then throws you straight into something hardcore.

Panchiko – Failed at Math(s)

The lore around this band is so extensive and mysterious with this being their first project in over 20 years. A psychedelic and abstract soundscape for sure.

Kenau The Pilot – Lift Off

Following on from his high energy single ‘YUP THE LADS!’, Keanu has dropped his newest mixtape realy showing the versatility in his sound on this one.

Fred Again.. & Brian Eno – secret life

Fred Again.. has had the biggest year of his career so far. Here he’s linking up with his godfather, ambient king, Brian Eno.

Chalk – Conditions

A dance music-inspired take on gothic post-punk. These lads from Belfast bring a certain intensity to this tape.

Elsewhere on District: The Enigma of Fred again..