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Music / May 27, 2022

New Albums: Just Mustard, Jeshi, Nienna & more

Music / May 27, 2022

New Albums: Just Mustard, Jeshi, Nienna & more

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.

Just Mustard – Heart Under

Dundalk five piece Just Mustard share their second album and first record on Partisan records, Heart Under. Recorded largely in Atttica Studios in rural Donegal, it was mixed by David Wrench (Frank Ocean, Let’s Eat Grandma, Jamie xx, FKA twigs and beyond) and comes ahead of a busy summer for the group.

Nienna – Ruckus

Beijing-based, Dublin Digital Radio resident Nienna shares three tracks spanning classic UKG, breaks, and speed garage,. 

Bitten Twice – Magic The Gabbering

Formion Vein, Rory Sweeney & Julia Louise Knifefist join forces on the new Bitten Twice tape Magic the Gabbering, which lands ahead of a compilation dropping later this year.

Jeshi – Universal Credit

London-based rapper Jeshi drops his debut album which features guest contributions from Obonjayar an d Fredwave.

Jordy – KMT

The follow up to Jordy’s SMH, KMT takes a darker path and showcases a MC that’s levelled up.

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