Mulatto, Queen of Da Souf
The Atlanta-based rapper broke out in 2019 with "Bitch from Da Souf," a hooky introduction to Mulatto's compelling flexing. After the 2019 EP Hit The Latto and a cameo in the "WAP" video, Mulatto returns with her latest full-length. The "Bitch from Da Souf" remix featuring Saweetie and Trina appears here, as well as "He Say She Say" and her Gucci Mane collab "Muwop."
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The third project from Alicia Bognanno's rock project arrives after her work on the soundtrack for the 2019 film Her Smell. The lead singles from SUGAREGG have pulled from Dinsaur Jr., Hole, and Fugazi; Bognanno conducts her songs with range, moving between tart, sweetness ("Every Tradition") and beseeching, melodic sneer ("Where To Start").
Troye Sivan, In A Dream EP
Troye Sivan remains perpetually on the edge of becoming a pop superstar despite acclaimed projects (2015's Blue Neighbourhood and 2018's Bloom) and collaborations with superstars like Ariana Grande ("Dance To This"). On his new six-track EP In A Dream, Sivan continues to refuse to chase trends and make exciting electro-pop that's bespoke and intimate yet stadium-sized.
Bright Eyes, Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was
Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was is the first new album in nine years from beloved indie act Bright Eyes. In a revealing profile with The FADER, frontman Conor Oberst said he decided to return to the act after a traumatizing few years. “It felt like it was time to go back to home base, go back to where you feel the safest and the most supported."
Back in July, YEAR0001 shared RIFT One, a trance-heavy charity compilation of the Swedish label's talents. The project's fourth track was co-written by Dark0, and today the London producer shares his debut mixtape. ZERO2 is a keen intersection of the underground, the sound of the grime basement and the illegal industrial rave colliding. RIYL Araabmuzik's Electronic Dream.