The week saw a heap of records released so we've cut the crap for you and put together a list of our favourites.
The War On Drugs - A Deeper Understanding
The War On Drugs deliver another heart-wrenching, honest album A Deeper Understanding. It marries the sounds of Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen with their own hypnotising instrumentals, charming all the way through.
Kim Churchill - Weight_Falls
Your favourite Aussie chiller Kim Churchill released his second album Weight_Falls this week and it'll take you right to the seaside without having to move a metre. It's perky, optimistic and wondrous just like we were expecting.
Lil Uzi Vert - Luv Is Rage 2
Outta nowhere, Uzi dropped the follow-up to 2015's Luv Is Rage this week and it's a sizzler. Featuring his biggest single to date, XO Tour Llif3, it expands on his dark but melodic brand of rap that pleases hip-hop hardcores while also sounding commercial.
Daniel Caesar - Freudian
Daniel Caesar is a Canadian soul singer who has made a masterful debut album. Freudian recruits some of modern R&B's best like Syd, H.E.R. and Kali Uchis for elongated, heartfelt songs about love and loss.
Action Bronson - Blue Chips 7000
It took long enough but Action Bronson has finally delivered his new mixtape Blue Chips 7000. Driven by those retro, blaring samples we've come to expect from Bronson, he once again delivers weighty, witty raps about food, girls and livin' large.
A$AP Mob - Cozy Tapes Vol. 2: Too Cozy
A$AP Mob have pulled the crew together again for the follow-up to last year's collaborative record Friends. This one collects the usual suspects Rocky, Ferg, Twelvvy, Nast and Ant alongside big names like Frank Ocean, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane, Jaden Smith and more.
XXXTentacion - 17
Controversial rapper XXXTentacion's first studio album 17 is a deeply personal affair. It deals very openly with depression and comes with a prelude that has him saying, "if you are not willing to accept my emotion and hear my words fully do not listen."