May 31, 2023


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Releases of the week: New albums on August 5th

We’ve got five new releases you won’t want to miss this week, including new albums from Calvin Harris, Kasabian, and Lauv.

It’s Friday, and that means: Finally new albums! Whether it’s a hit or miss, kulturnews will tell you what new releases you shouldn’t miss this week and why…

“Naj Shamba” Ajagon

“Nag Champa” drips something that is still rare in Germany: sentiment. We’ve already heard the album and here’s a detailed review for you!

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Can We Be More by Kokoroko

Kokoroko combines West African rhythms, funky trance, the canyons of London jazz and 90s British hip-hop in Afrobeat. Kokoroko means “be strong” – we’ve had a long enough time: after three years, their debut album is finally here!

“Can we be more” in Amazon to buy

2 by Calvin Harris

“Funk Wav Bounce Vol.2” is in no way inferior to Part 1 in terms of a superstar group – a total of 23 artists: innen has worked on the album: including 21 Savage, Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth, Pusha T, Halsey , Offset, 6lack, Pharrell, Jorja Smith, Snoop Dogg, Young Thug, Shinseea, Tinashe, Lil Durk, Justin Timberlake, Coi LeRay, and Busta Rhymes.

“Funk Wav Bounce Vol. 2” in Amazon to buy

“All 4 Nothing” by Lauv

He calls himself “The One Man Boyband” – unfortunately that’s true. Lauv embodies the best of radio pop, junior. However, “everything is nothing” uses more unorthodox grooves here and there than previous Latvian projects.

“All 4 Nothing” in Amazon to buy

The Alchemist’s Rapture by Lexabian

“Unlike previous albums, this album feels like a true work of art where all the songs belong together. Hearing them in one piece as they master it was a beautiful moment,” Frontman Pitzorno said from The Brits’ seventh studio album.

ecstasy alchemist Amazon to buy

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