RFTW: Arab Strap, Vicco, Kings of Leon…

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RFTW: Arab Strap, Vicco, Kings of Leon…

Today, May 10, new albums are released by Arab Strap, Orville Peck (the first part of 'Stampede'), Vicco, Kings of Leon, AG Cook, Jordan Rakei, Diamante Negro, How to Dress Well or Sienna. Among the epés that are published today, that of María Escarmiento.

Dorian, beabadoobee and León Benavente have released the first preview of their respective releases. They are three of the featured singles of the week along with the new ones from Charli XCX, Camila Cabello with Lil Nas X, Hinds with Beck, Casero or the duet of Bunbury and Arde Bogotá.

Other artists continue to release their new albums: this is the case of Blackpanda, Villagers, Wallows, Vetusta Morla or Arooj Aftab. On the electronic side of the news we find Hagop Tchaparian, DJ Seinfeld or Koreless. On the guitar player, John Cale, Menta or Parannoul.

Among today's recommended releases we also find singles from CMAT, Yarea, Las Dianas, Half Waif or Kora. And, among the discoveries, we can talk about Martha Skye Murphy, Origami Angel or Paris Paloma.

We cannot stop commenting on the curiosities: not only the jokes that Drake and Kendrick Lamar have been sharing throughout the week. There is also a new live performance from Animal Collective.

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