Listen to the new Bob Dylan, Fiona Apple, Florence + The Machine, Bunbury, Lido Pimienta, Ed O’brien (Radiohead), Rina Sawayama, La Roux & Tyler, the Creator…

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A new Friday of confinement in Spain (and the world) that, far from being harmless in terms of new music, comes cargadísimo and full stops to our playlist Ready for the Weekend. For a start, the protagonist is Bob Dylan, who releases his second single again in a few weeks, after you’ve gotten your first number 1 Billboard (a little of that way, but it is a fact) with your theme of 17 minutes on the assassination of JFK. And with him Fiona Applewho has published its long-awaited new album ‘Fetch the Bolt Cutters’. You are not alone: Lido Pimienta, EOB (Ed O’brien of Radiohead), Rina Sawayama, Ron Sexsmith, DaBaby, Anna Andreu, Enter Shikari, Malena Zavala, Gerry Cinnamon, dvsn, Goa, Duke Dumont, RJD2, Shabazz Palaces, The Howling Hex (project of Neil Hagerty of Royal Trx) and Camilo (one of those responsible for successes of others as ‘No pajamas’ or ‘My bad’) premiered today long. We also found an EP with B-sides of Incubus and another of the singular galician producer Baiuca.

Throughout the week The Ear of Van Gogh, The Streets & Tame Impala, Pshycotic Beats (a subject that we set out in the sole), Jamie xx, Sr. Chinarro Through, Parcels or Kelly Clarkson (ft. Blas Cantó) ahead of new themes. To them today we add today themes IZAL, Bunbury, Chromatics, The Magnetic Fields, Becky G, Faye Webster, Don Patricio, Austra, Kelly Rowland, Velvety, DMA’s, Jehnny Beth, Future Terror, Selecta & Recycled J & C. A. O, Kid Cudi, Belako, Yung Beef, girl in red, Car Seat Headrest, Pretenders, Pavvla, Clea Vincent, Pimp Skinny & Kindergarten Badalong , with names that promise to give a lot to talk about in the future as Joji, Claire Laffut, maye (with a thought-provoking version of ‘The song’ Bad Bunny & J Balvin) or the new signing of Sound Boy, the sextet from madrid Mint.

Apart from this, there are a good number of artists who released songs recorded in confinement and/or inspired by him, as Zahara (version of New Vulcan, together with Manuel Cabezalí), Kiko Veneno, Mueveloreina or Pablo Alborán. In addition, Florence The Machine takes advantage of the break to retrieve a discard unprecedented ‘High As Hope’, The Roux-En-Y surprises with a remix by Tyler, the Creator the ‘Model Driver’, one of the themes of the recent ‘Supervision‘, and Hidrogenesse released a remix style Swinging London ’91 of the recent ‘what do you laugh at the spaniards?’, with the anticipation of an upcoming album. And, finally, we highlight the arrival of streaming platforms for the first time of the early albums and singles released Kokoshca before you take a leap of popularity in his time in the now defunct label Birra y Perdiz.

Listen to the playlist “Ready for the Weekend”

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