Mac DeMarco, Agar Agar, Yuksek, Arlo Parks, John Cale… are in the playlist of the week!

Also with Björk, Nelick, Yaeji, Heartworms, Forever Pavot, Sleaford Mods, Jean Felzine or even Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

The new album of the super MacDeMarco, released today, comes to warm our hearts after the sad news of the death of singer and guitarist David Crosby. It’s the title ultra smooth Portland, from Five Easy Hot Dogs, which comes to delight our ears. This week is also marked by the great return of the Parisian duo Agar-Agar. After four years of silence, the electro pop group has just unveiled its third album Player No Player.

For lovers of the British Arlo Parks and her golden voice, the young 22-year-old artist unveiled the magnificent single Weightlesssigning the arrival of his second album. My Soft MachineIt will be released on May 26. The electronic musician Yuksek He has also just announced the release of his third album for the spring of 2023. While waiting to find out, the Rémois has released a first single, Santas Almas Benditasfeaturing singer Luedji Luna.

Also to be found this week: the huge John Cale and his new album Mercythe remix of the title Ovum of Bjork, featuring with Shygirl, by DJ Sega Bodega, the rapper Nelick and its Ice Cream Truck title, the bewitching For Granted from the New York DJ and producer Yaejithe Londoner Heartworms who announced the arrival of his new EP with the single Retributions of an Awful Life, John Felzine resuming She’s a Mystery to Me by Roy Orbison with his new song This woman is a mystery or Easy Nowthe new title that will compose the next album of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

Lots of other nuggets to listen to this week: Sleaford Mods, Forever Poppy, Pimple, Fenne Lily, Laure Briard, The Psychotic Monks, wednesday, Johan Papaconstantino, Camp Claude, Ghost Woman, Alice Lewis, Nicholas Maury, Jach Ernest, Kelela, Pleasure Principle, Braxe + Falcon, Guillaume Leglise and Bad Pelican.

Source : BBN NEWS

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