6 albums released this week that you should be listening to now

Rostam: The phobia of change [Matsor Projects/Secretly Distribution]

For his second solo album Changephobia, producer and composer Rostam was deeply inspired by jazz and baritone saxophone. A special edition of the release even includes saxophone sheet music and guitar tablature inserts for each relevant track. The deployment of Changephobia dates back to last year when Rostam shared the video for “Unfold You”, with Hari Nef.

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Green tea peng: Man made [AMF]

Man Made is the debut album by singer-songwriter Greentea Peng from south London. The 18-track release features guest spots from Simmy and Kid Cruise, as well as production from Swindle, Samo, Kiko and Mala. Man Made was mixed by Commissioner Gordon, who worked on The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.

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Pan Daijing: Jade [PAN]

Berlin-based composer and producer Pan Daijing has written and recorded Jade 玉观音 over the past three years. The sequel to her 2017 album Lack is a meditation on loneliness. “Loneliness is like a huge lake that you swim in,” Daijing said in press documents. “Sometimes you dip your head in and sometimes you lift it overhead.”

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Ka $ hdami: Epiphany [Kashwayz]

Epiphany is the debut mixtape from Las Vegas-born, DMV-based rapper Ka $ hdami. Contributors to the 16-year-old band are BabySantana, SSGKobe, Yvngxchris and Lil Tecca, who produced “I Know”. Read about “Look N the Mirror” on the Ones.

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