K-Pop comebacks, holiday-themed albums and more
We welcomed October with a much-anticipated EP release from PARADISE RISING, Globe and 88rising’s brainchild. With a new ensemble of artists—both homegrown and diasporic—semilucent 2 is an ode to another side of paradise.
More thrilling releases are slated for the rest of the month, including K-Pop comebacks from some of the most beloved Korean acts today—SEVENTEEN, Twice and aespa. Meanwhile, Christmas comes early with holiday-themed albums from Glee alum Darren Criss, jazz favorite Norah Jones and American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson. On another note, there’s always room for indie music, with new releases from Lana del Rey, HONNE, Oh Wonder and Wet.
Looking for new music to add to your playlists this month? Here’s a comprehensive list of albums we can’t wait to stream this October.
Big Bend (An Original Soundtrack for Public Television)-Explosions In The Sky
semilucent 2-PARADISE RISING
Savage: The First Mini Album-aespa
22 Break (Dew Process)-Oh Wonder
A Very Darren Christmas-Darren Criss
We’re counting down the days until the much-anticipated releases from British electronic-soul duo HONNE, K-Pop supergroup SEVENTEEN, pop icon Ed Sheeran and more. We can’t wait to listen to our next quarantine tunes!
- Let’s Just Say The World Ended A Week From Now, What Would You Do? by Honne
- The Lockdown Sessions by Elton John
- What A Song Can Do by Lady A
- Attacca by SEVENTEEN
- Letter Blue by Wet
- Blue Banisters by Lana del Rey
And in the tailend of the month, we have Ed Sheeran's = album.
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