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King Stingray, King Stingray
The debut album from Yolŋu five-piece King Stingray presents a hooky, appealingly fresh take on surf-rock. Touching on disco, blues rock and classic jangle — and in no short supply of blustery riffs — King Stingray transposes the ancient tradition of manikay onto modern and classic styles. The result is a record that's cheeky and profoundly charismatic.
Calvin Harris, Funk Wav Bounces, Vol 2
After five long years, Calvin Harris is finally back with his sequel to Funk Wav Bounces, Vol 1. Featuring Dua Lipa, Young Thug, Calvin Harris, Normani, Shenseaa, Snoop Dogg, Pusha T and more, it's, as you'd expect, a vintage but slightly lightweight collection of poolside pop.
Art Moore, Art Moore
Boy Scouts' Taylor Vick and Ezra Furman collaborators Sam Durkes and Trevor Brooks are Art Moore, a new three-piece whose self-titled debut drops today on ANTI-. These songs find Vick writing filmic vignettes focussing on imaginary scenes — friendship breakups, bereavement, and so on — and yielding rare emotional insights in the process.