Listen to new Charli XCX, The Strokes, Gorillaz, Laura Marling, Force, New, DORA, Sidonie, Bad Gyal, Twenty One Pilots, Kiesza…


Being a day so strange this April 10, good Friday in Spain and with the absence of disks that are expected for today as ‘Chromatica’ Lady Gaga, what is certain is that the playlist Ready for the Weekend, in which we summarize each week of the major developments of music, it comes so packed with interesting things as usual. To begin with, The Strokes yes they have respected their commitment and have been officially published ‘The New Abnormal‘, its long-awaited sixth studio album. Also launched today album Laura Marlingwho has decided to move it forward to this week precisely as a consolation for the crisis of the Covid-19, Hamilton Leithauser, The Dream Syndicate, Tory Lanez, Nightwish and STRFKRalong with new EPs of Squarepusher, Rayden and Capsule of Dreams, new project of Paco Tamarit (Serpentina, San Francisco).

In addition, with the singles in the last few days have presented Phoebe Bridgers, Sweetheart, Eyelet Heat feat. Ana Belén, Shinova, Desire or Baauertoday we begin to enjoy the new themes of Gorillaz (feat. Peter Hook & Georgia), Charli XCX, Twenty One Pilots, New Force (a project of The Planets and Child of Elche), Sidonie, DORA, Washed Out, Bad Gyal (involved in a remix Kafu Banton), The Black Eyed Peas & Ozuna, Kiesza, Leon Bridges & John Mayer, Sébastien Tellier, Alison Mosshart (The Kills), Belako, Dani Martin & Juanes, Woods, Hayley Williams, Usher, Toni Braxton and a long etcetera.

Selena Gomez had a few hours ago, a reissue digital of ‘Rare’, with previously unreleased songs, while artists close to her as Taylor Swift or Demi Lovato have submitted remixes of their respective latest singles. And they are not the only ones: Angel Olsen launches a surprising remix of ‘All Mirrors’ in the hands of Johnny Jewel (Chromatics), 070 Shake another of her latest single ‘Guilty Conscience’ and Ale Acosta of Fuel Fandango redoes the full the remarkable ‘Source‘. Also from this Friday we began to enjoy an EP with unreleased of The Kooks and another of Captain Sunrise with a couple of remixes of their latest album, plus songs recorded in confinement as the Zahara (version of ‘The dawn’ of Aute) or Carlos Sadness.

Listen to the playlist “Ready for the Weekend”

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