RFTW: Spector, Queralt Lahoz, Viva Sweden…

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RFTW: Spector, Queralt Lahoz, Viva Sweden…

The calendar of record releases for today, November 24, Black Friday, is once again not particularly busy. New albums are coming out from Tulsa (we already reviewed ‘Amadora’ on the cover), Take That (we interviewed them), Spector, Guided by Voices, Busta Rhymes, Stella Maris, Musgö or Muchachito Bombo Infierno.

The harvest is greater in terms of singles. You can now listen to new songs by Christina Rosenvinge, Kali Uchis with Karol G, Viva Sweden with Valeria Castro, Queralt Lahoz, Zara Larsson, Blanca Paloma, Galantis, Marc Seguí, Paloma Faith, bb trickz, in our “Ready for the Weekend” playlist. Danny Ocean, Your Other Pretty Girl with Baby, Winona Oak…

The featured single of the week was none other than ‘Oral’ by Björk and Rosalía, published on the Icelander’s birthday. On the other hand, on the cover we have premiered the new BRAVA single and its crazy video.

Some of the curiosities left by today’s release day are the ABBA version by The Japanese House, the Pet Shop Boys version by Sleaford Mods, Diplo’s new single that samples Tove Lo a sack, or the new Christmas song by Abraham Mateo.

More news today are those presented by Santa Salut, Emily Burns, Oliver Heldens, Chill Mafia Records, Suerte Campeón, Besmaya with Yarea, Gucci Mane, Rels B, Eyedress, María Blaya and more.

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