Records coming out in 2024: February, March and April

Music news

What will be the main releases of the next few months of 2024?

Here is a list with certain release dates for February, March and April

02 February

Brittany Howard: What Now
Dargen D’Amico: Hello America

09 February

Helado Negro: Phasor
Loredana Bertè: Rebel
Zara Larsson: Venus
Usher: Coming Home
Kanye West & Ty Dolla $ign: Vultures 1

February 16th



Grandaddy: Blue Wav
Chromeo: Adult Contemporary
Grandaddy: Blue Wav
Jennifer Lopez: This Is Me…Now
Mahmood: In other people’s beds
Alpha: I don’t know who created the world but I know he was in love
Clara: First
New Wave: “Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

February 23

Idles-TANGK-album-2024. Laetitia Sadier: Rooting for Love
MGMT: Loss of Life
Idles: Tangk
CCCP – Faithful to the line: Nothing but new new
Bombay Bicycle Club: Fantasies

1st March


Liam Gallagher and John Squire: Liam Gallagher John Squire
Bruce Dickinson: The Mandrake Project
sangiovanni: Privacy
Mr. Rain: Miller’s Planet

8th of March

The Jesus and Mary Chain: Glasgow Eyes
The Libertines: All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade
Ariana Grande: Eternal Sunshine
Norah Jones : Visions
Kim Gordon: The Collective
Gianna Nannini: You are in the soul
Big Mama – Blood
Rose Villain: Radio Sakura

March 15th

Justin Timberlake: Everything I Thought it Was
Lenny Kravitz: Blue Electric Light
The Black Crowes: Happiness Bastards
The Dandy Warhols: Rockmaker
Vasco Brondi: A sign of life

March 22

Gossip: Real Power
Empress Of : For Your Consideration
FLETCHER: In Search Of The Antidote

March 29th

Beyoncé: Renaissance Act II
Sheryl Crow: Evolution
Sum 41: Heaven :X: Hell

05 April

Vampire Weekend: Only God Was Above Us
The Black Eyes: Ohio Players

April 12th

Mark Knopfler: One Deep River

April 19th

Taylor Swift


Taylor Swift: The Tortured Poets Department
Pearl Jam: Dark Matter
A Certain Ratio: It All Comes Down to This

April 26th

Pet Shop Boys: Nonetheless
Justice: Hyperdrama


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