There is heaps of new music out today so we thought we'd help you out by giving you six of our favourite records for you to stream over the weekend.
The National - Sleep Well Beast
The National's seventh album is another beautiful, emotional record but it goes even deeper than the others. If you're in the midst of an existential crisis, don't listen but if not, you're really going to dig deep into this one. There's plenty to unpack.
ODESZA - A Moment Apart
ODESZA's second album is a spectacularly put together journey through expansive sounds. You'll find singular songs that sound amazing here but truly, it's all about the journey. Hit play on track one and don't look back.
Anna Of The North - Lovers
Norwegian singer Anna Of The North has finally delivered her debut album and it's a stunner. Bound by clever pop writing, it delivers melodies and also depth. No doubt this will continue to gain momentum.
Princess Nokia - 1992 Deluxe
NYC rapper Princess Nokia is one of the most underrated MCs around but she's going to catch a lot of people's attention with this record. It only has one feature which is a smart move because she carries it by herself easily.
Lunice - CCCLX
Lunice delivers his long-awaited debut album and it's a forward-thinking, industrial electronic effort packed with guests. SOPHIE, Le1f, Denzel Curry and more feature but it's Lunice's trademark sounds that make it exciting.
Mount Kimbie - Love What Survives
Mount Kimbie are back with an album that sees them move slightly out of the electronic world and into a more instrument-based one. King Krule and James Blake both make stunning appearances.