DAMN by Kendrick Lamar

King Kendrick. He did it again. No need to waste time reading our rushed thoughts, just press play.

Stream the album below, or head here to check it out on Spotify. It's out now via TDE/Interscope.


The Meetings of the Waters by Fionn Regan

Here's what Fionn had to say about the album:

"For me to make a completely acoustic record now would not be honest. It’s just what you hear, it’s the bleeding in of everything, it’s the landscape that we’re in. Just a voice and a guitar doesn't tell the whole picture for me right now, it’s everything that I’ve taken in sitting around listening to electronic music.” The album’s title is, he says, an acknowledgement that “the record is kind of a meeting of both things that are influential. That meeting is the two things actually arriving. That’s what I was trying to get to, and that’s why it took a little bit longer, to work out how to do that and for it to evolve naturally, and for it to feel timeless, and like it comes from the same source."

Stream the album below, or head here to check it out on Spotify. It's out now via 常に愛TSUNENI AI / Abbey Records.


Season High by Little Dragon

Here's what Little Dragon's Yukimi had to say about the album:

"We have grown through the years but the making of this album has been a struggle. As much as our band is based on a deep friendship, we are four strong wills who find it really frustrating to compromise. We have gotten better at that though, but it’s still a real battle. It gets harder and harder for us to make records but we still love it. Sometimes it feels like we have 100% passion and life or death emotions yet there’s a pointlessness with everything. We want to exist in our own bubble where we can stay curious about sounds. The magic feeling that sounds can sprinkle over any boring day is what got us all hooked, that feeling of escapism… Maybe because Gothenburg is a grey place for most of the year, our curse and blessing is that we never quite succeed."

Stream the album below, or head here to check it out on Spotify. It's out now via Because.