The future R&B singer is back with her fourth length effort.
The project follows Harris’ previous album as Grouper, 2018’s Grid of Points.
The surprise 10-track LP proceeds The Black Album, due out in March.
The two folk songwriters also debuted their new band on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Usher’s foray into the booming trap scene comes via a collaborative LP with Zaytoven.
The band’s first album for Polyvinyl Records arrives as a surprise release.
Featuring a soulful remix of “Home Alone” and a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Only a Hobo”.
The New Zealand rockers try their hand at experimental jazz with an impromptu instrumental album dropping in October.
The album’s artwork is a homage to Beastie Boys’ classic Licensed to Ill.
Elverum has reconvened with Karl Blau and Bret Lunsford (Beat Happening) as new album as D+, their first such effort in 10 years.
DJ/producer Kieran Hebden follows last fall’s New Energy with a live LP.
Recorded while the pop artist was pregnant with twins.