5 albums out this week it’s best to try now

With so much good music released all the time, it can be difficult to determine what to listen to first. Every week Pitchfork offers a number of important new releases for streaming services. This week’s stack features new albums and mixtapes from Kylie Minogue, Adulkt Life, NAV, Pole and Krust. Subscribe to Pitchfork’s New Music Friday newsletter to get our recommendations in your inbox every week. (All of the publications featured here are independently selected by our editors. However, if you buy something through our affiliate links, Pitchfork earns an affiliate commission.)

Kylie Minogue:: DISCO [BMG]

Kylie Minogue is back with her first album in two years: DISCO follows the 2018 Golden. The new LP was produced by Minogue’s longtime collaborator Biff Stannard, who worked with Minogue on Fever 2001, among others. Prior to DISCO’s release, Kylie Minogue shared the lead single, “SAY SOMETHING,” followed by a glittery music video. She later released “Magic” and “I Love It”.

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Adult life:: Book of Curses [What’s Your Rupture?]

Adulkt Life is the new venture from Chris Rowley of Huggy Bear and John Arthur Webb of Male Bonding, who first met at a Rough Trade record store in London. After years of friendship, Rowley and Webb formed their new band with bassist Kevin Hendrick and a drummer named Sonny Barrett. Adulkt Life’s 10-track debut featured “Country Pride,” “JNR Showtime,” “Taking Hits,” “Stevie K,” and “New Curfew”.

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