6 New Albums You Should Listen to Now: Drake, Little…

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Nala Sinephro: Space 1.8 [Warp]

Nala Sinephro, a London-based composer, producer, and musician, has released her first full-length album, Space 1.8. The eight-track album explores the effect of frequencies on the human body and is based on the idea that sound moves matter. Sinephro created, produced, performed, engineered, recorded, and mixed the album herself, but she enlisted the help of Nubya Garcia, Eddie Hick, Dwayne Kilvington, Jake Long, Lyle Barton, and Wayne Francis, among others.

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David Grubbs & Ryley Walker: A Tap on the Shoulder [Husky Pants]

Ryley Walker and David Grubbs decided to record together after performing together in a few pre-pandemic gigs. The result is A Tap on the Shoulder, a seven-song compilation of calm instrumentals wholly composed on guitar and keyboard. Fight or Flight Simulator, which caught one of Grubbs and Walker’s aforementioned live sets, before the publication of the album. Walker released his latest album, Course in Fable, as well as Deep Fried Grandeur, a collaboration with Kikagaku Moyo, earlier this year.

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Anthony Naples: Chameleon [Incienso/ANS]

Anthony Naples, a New York producer, is back with his first album in two years. Chameleon is Naples’ first album since 2019’s Fog FM, and it’s the first time he’s written on traditional instruments like guitar, bass, synthesizer, and drums. The album includes the singles “Massiv Mello,” “I Don’t Know If That’s Just Dreaming,” and “Chameleon,” which were previously published.

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M Field: M Field EP [Leafy Outlook]

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M Field is the solo project of Matthew Field, a South African artist and Beatenberg singer, whose self-titled debut EP incorporates Bullion’s co-production. Each song on the five-track album has its own video, some of which were shot by Field himself, such as the one for “Ten Is a Number.”

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