The following is a list of albums, EPs, and mixtapes released in or scheduled for release in 2024. These albums are (1) original, i.e. excluding reissues, remasters, and compilations of previously released recordings, and (2) notable, defined as having received significant coverage from reliable sources independent of the subject.

For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2024 in music.

First quarter edit

January edit

List of albums released in January 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
January
4
Luis R. Conriquez Corridos Bélicos, Vol. IV Regional Mexican Kartel Music
January
5
Shed Seven A Matter of Time Britpop Cooking Vinyl
Sprints Letter to Self Garage rock City Slang
January
8
Itzy Born to Be EDM, dance-pop, rock JYP, Republic
January
10
SixTones The Vibes [1]
January
12
21 Savage American Dream Hip hop, R&B Epic, Slaughter Gang
Allman Brothers Band Manley Field House, Syracuse University, April 7, 1972 Blues rock, Southern rock Allman Brothers Band Recording Company
Armin van Buuren Breathe In Armada Music [2]
Bill Ryder-Jones Iechyd Da Domino
Casey How to Disappear Hassle, Greyscale Records [3]
D-Block Europe Rolling Stone D-Block, EGA Records, UMG
Infant Island Obsidian Wreath Secret Voice, Deathwish Inc.
Kali Uchis Orquídeas R&B, reggaeton, synth-pop Geffen
Kid Cudi Insano Hip hop, trap Republic, Wicked Awesome
Magnum Here Comes the Rain Hard rock Steamhammer/SPV
Marika Hackman Big Sigh Chrysalis [4]
Nailah Hunter Lovegaze Alt-pop, new-age, art pop Fat Possum
The Rods Rattle the Cage Massacre [5]
Vacations No Place Like Home Indie pop No Fun Records, Nettwerk [6]
The Vaccines Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations Indie rock Thirty Tigers, Super Easy
Various artists Mean Girls (Music from the Motion Picture) Interscope [7]
January
19
Chemtrails The Joy of Sects Garage punk PNKSLM
Ekkstacy Ekkstacy Ekkstacy, UnitedMasters [8][9]
Ericdoa DOA Listen to the Kids, Interscope [10]
Glass Beach Plastic Death Progressive rock Run for Cover
Green Day Saviors Punk rock Reprise, Warner
Lil Dicky Penith (The Dave Soundtrack) Dirty Burd, Inc., Commission Music, BMG [11][12]
Neck Deep Neck Deep Pop-punk Hopeless [13]
Packs Melt the Honey Slacker rock Fire Talk
Saxon Hell, Fire and Damnation Heavy metal Silver Lining Music [14]
Sleater-Kinney Little Rope Punk rock Loma Vista
Slift Ilion Progressive rock Sub Pop
January
22
Cheekface It's Sorted Cheekface [15]
January
26
Alkaline Trio Blood, Hair, and Eyeballs Punk rock, emo Rise [16]
Bad Gyal La joia Universal Music Latino, Interscope [17]
Benny the Butcher Everybody Can't Go Hip hop 5 to 50, Def Jam
Charles Esten Love Ain't Pretty Chip Esten [18]
Courting New Last Name Indie rock PIAS, Lower Third Records
Craig Wedren The Dream Dreaming Tough Lover Records [19]
Dead Poet Society Fission Spinefarm [20]
Fabiano de Nascimento and Sam Gendel The Room Real World [21]
Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes Dark Rainbow International Death Cult, AWAL
Future Islands People Who Aren't There Anymore 4AD [22]
Gruff Rhys Sadness Sets Me Free Rough Trade
James Arthur Bitter Sweet Love Columbia [23]
Josh Abbott Band Somewhere Down the Road [24]
Katy Kirby Blue Raspberry Anti-
Kevin Gates The Ceremony Bread Winner's Alumni, Atlantic [25]
Kula Shaker Natural Magick Strange Folk Records, Absolute Records [26]
Philip Glass Philip Glass Solo Orange Mountain Music [27]
Radical Redemption No Retaliation, Pt. 1: The Solo's Redemption Records [28][29]
The Reytons Ballad of a Bystander The Reytons [30]
Sarah Jarosz Polaroid Lovers Rounder [31]
The Smile Wall of Eyes XL
Static-X Project: Regeneration Vol. 2 Otsego Entertainment Group
Torres What an Enormous Room Merge
Ty Segall Three Bells Drag City
Various artists All Is Yellow Lyrical Lemonade, Def Jam
January
29
(G)I-dle 2 Cube [32]
Robby Krieger and the Soul Savages Robby Krieger and the Soul Savages [33]

February edit

List of albums released in February 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
February
2
Gabby Barrett Chapter & Verse Warner Nashville [34]
High Valley Small Town Somethin' Cage Free Music [35]
Icewear Vezzo Live from the 6 Quality Control [36]
J Mascis What Do We Do Now Sub Pop
J. Robbins Basilisk Dischord [37]
Kirin J. Callinan If I Could Sing Worse Records [38]
KMFDM Let Go Metropolis [39]
L Devine Digital Heartifacts AWAL [40]
The Last Dinner Party Prelude to Ecstasy Baroque pop, indie pop, orchestral rock Island
Lee "Scratch" Perry King Perry Dub, trip hop False Idols
Liquid Mike Paul Bunyan's Slingshot Indie rock, power pop Liquid Mike
The Paranoid Style The Interrogator Bar/None [41]
Runnner Starsdust Run for Cover [42]
Talia Schlanger Grace for the Going Latent [43]
Various artists Hazbin Hotel (Original Soundtrack) A24 Music
Vera Sola Peacemaker City Slang
Vijay Iyer Trio Compassion ECM [44]
February
5
P1Harmony Killin' It FNC [45]
February
7
Thomas Bangalter Daaaaaalí! (Bande Originale du Film) Ed Banger [46]
February
9
Brittany Howard What Now Island
Chelsea Wolfe She Reaches Out to She Reaches Out to She Electronica Loma Vista
David Nance & Mowed Sound David Nance & Mowed Sound Third Man [47]
The Dead South Chains & Stakes Six Shooter [48]
Declan McKenna What Happened to the Beach? Pop rock Tomplicated Records
Ducks Ltd. Harm's Way Power pop Carpark [49]
Fivio Foreign Pain & Love 2 RichFish, LLC, Columbia [50][51]
Helado Negro Phasor Avant-pop 4AD
Infected Rain Time Napalm [52]
Jessica Mauboy Yours Forever Warner Music Australia [53]
The Last Ten Seconds of Life No Name Graves Unique Leader Records [54]
Little Simz Drop 7 Forever Living Originals, AWAL [55][56]
Loving Any Light Last Gang, MNRK [57]
Madi Diaz Weird Faith Indie rock, indie folk, indie pop Anti-
MitiS Unity Ophelia [58]
The Pineapple Thief It Leads to This Kscope [59]
Pouty Forgot About Me Power pop Get Better
Pylon Reenactment Society Magnet Factory Strolling Bones [60]
Rhymefest James & Nikki: A Conversation Golden State Entertainment [61]
Royel Otis Pratts & Pain Indie rock Ourness [62]
Shygirl Club Shy Because Music [63]
Usher Coming Home R&B, pop Mega, Gamma
Zara Larsson Venus Dance-pop Sommer House, Epic
February
10
¥$ (Kanye West and Ty Dolla Sign) Vultures 1 YZY
February
12
Béla Fleck Rhapsody in Blue Béla Fleck Productions, Thirty Tigers [64][65]
February
16
Les Amazones d'Afrique Musow Danse Real World
The Aristocrats Duck [66]
Blackberry Smoke Be Right Here 3 Legged Records
Cast Love Is the Call Cast Recordings [67]
Chromeo Adult Contemporary BMG [68]
Grandaddy Blu Wav Indie rock, alt country Dangerbird
Heems and Lapgan Lafandar Veena Sounds, Mass Appeal India [69]
Honeymoon Suite Alive Frontiers [70]
Idles Tangk Partisan
Ihsahn Ihsahn Spinefarm
James Durbin Screaming Steel Frontiers, Durbin [71]
Jason Derulo Nu King Atlantic
Jennifer Lopez This Is Me... Now Pop, R&B Nuyorican, BMG
Katherine Priddy The Pendulum Swings Cooking Vinyl [72]
Laura Jane Grace Hole in My Head Punk rock, folk punk Polyvinyl
Middle Kids Faith Crisis Pt 1 Lucky Number Records
Mother Mother Grief Chapter Warner [73]
Nouvelle Vague Should I Stay or Should I Go? PIAS [74]
The Obsessed Gilded Sorrow Ripple Music [75]
Omni Souvenir Sub Pop
The Once Out Here [76]
Paloma Faith The Glorification of Sadness Sony Music, RCA [77]
San Fermin Arms Better Company [78]
Sean Ono Lennon Asterisms Tzadik [79]
Serpentwithfeet Grip Secretly Canadian
Steve Hackett The Circus and the Nightwhale Inside Out [80]
Subtronics Tesseract Cyclops Recordings [81]
Tinlicker Cold Enough for Snow PIAS [82]
William Doyle Springs Eternal Tough Love Records
Yeat 2093 Capitol, Field Trip, Lyfestyle Corporation
February
19
Le Sserafim Easy Source, YG Plus, Geffen [83]
February
21
Erika de Casier Still 4AD [84]
February
23
Ace Frehley 10,000 Volts MNRK [85]
Allie X Girl with No Face Pop, glam rock AWAL
Amaranthe The Catalyst Nuclear Blast
Amigo the Devil Yours Until the War Is Over [86]
Austrian Death Machine Quad Brutal Napalm [87][88]
Blaze Bayley Circle of Stone [89]
The Body and Dis Fig Orchards of a Futile Heaven Thrill Jockey [90]
Corb Lund El Viejo New West [91]
Darkest Hour Perpetual | Terminal MNRK Heavy [92]
Elephant Stone Back Into the Dream Elephants on Parade [93]
Erick the Architect I've Never Been Here Before [94]
French Montana Mac & Cheese 5 Coke Boys Records, Gamma
Ghetts On Purpose, with Purpose Ghetts Limited, Warner [95]
Glaive A Bit of a Mad One [96]
Glitterer Rationale Anti- [97]
Hurray for the Riff Raff The Past Is Still Alive Nonesuch [98]
I Dont Know How But They Found Me Gloom Division Art pop, post-punk Concord
Jazmin Bean Traumatic Livelihood [99]
Job for a Cowboy Moon Healer Metal Blade
Kalsey Kulyk Outlaw Poetry [100]
Kid Cudi Insano (Nitro Mega) Wicked Awesome, Republic [101]
Lætitia Sadier Rooting for Love Art rock Drag City
Lil Yachty Something Ether Quality Control, Motown [102]
Mary Timony Untame the Tiger Merge [103]
MGMT Loss of Life Britpop, indie rock, psychedelic pop Mom + Pop
Mick Mars The Other Side of Mars Grunge, hard rock 1313, MRI
Modern English 1 2 3 4 [104]
Nadine Shah Filthy Underneath EMI
Philip Sayce The Wolves Are Coming Atomic Gemini, Forty Below Records [105]
Potter Payper Thanks for Hating 36 the Label, EGA Records, UMG [106]
Real Estate Daniel Domino
Remo Drive Mercy Epitaph [107]
Rod Stewart and Jools Holland Swing Fever Warner
Royal Tusk Altruistic MNRK [108]
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum Of the Last Human Being Avant Night, Joyful Noise [109][110]
The Snuts Millennials The Orchard, Happy Artist Records [111]
The Terrys Skate Pop [112]
Twice With You-th JYP [113]
February
26
Cravity Evershine Starship [114]
February
28
Shiritsu Ebisu Chugaku Indigo Hour Sony Music Japan [115][116]
Stay Inside Ferried Away Stay Inside [117]
February
29
Donny Benét Infinite Desires Donnyland Records [118]
Jacob Collier Djesse Vol. 4 Hajanga Records, Decca, Interscope [119]

March edit

List of albums released in March 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
March
1
Another Sky Beach Day Fiction, Republic [120]
Ben Frost Scope Neglect Mute [121]
The Bevis Frond Focus on Nature Fire [122]
Big Big Train The Likes of Us Inside Out [123]
Bruce Dickinson The Mandrake Project BMG [124]
BryhM (Bruce Hornsby and yMusic) Deep Sea Vents Zappo Productions, Thirty Tigers [125]
Caravan Palace Gangbusters Melody Club [126]
David Reece Baptized by Fire El Puerto [127]
Everything Everything Mountainhead Synth-pop, indie pop BMG
Faye Webster Underdressed at the Symphony Indie rock, R&B Secretly Canadian [128]
Flore Laurentienne 8 tableaux [129]
Jahari Massamba Unit (Madlib and Karriem Riggins) YHWH Is Love Law of Rhythm [130]
Julian Lage Speak to Me Jazz Blue Note [131]
Kaiser Chiefs Kaiser Chiefs' Easy Eighth Album Polydor
Liam Gallagher and John Squire Liam Gallagher John Squire Britpop revival, psychedelic rock Warner Music UK
Mannequin Pussy I Got Heaven Hardcore punk, pop rock Epitaph
Michael Kaeshammer Turn It Up Seven.One Starwatch, Sony Music [132]
Mike Downes The Way In Jazz [133]
Mildlife Chorus PIAS [134]
Ministry Hopiumforthemasses Nuclear Blast [135]
New Years Day Half Black Heart Another Century [136]
Paula Cole Lo 675 Records [137]
Pissed Jeans Half Divorced Sub Pop
Rhodes Un-finished Nettwerk [138]
San Cisco Under the Light Island City Records [139]
Savak Flavors of Paradise Ernest Jenning, Peculiar Works Music [140]
Schoolboy Q Blue Lips TDE, Interscope
Sheer Mag Playing Favorites Third Man [141]
Squarepusher Dostrotime Warp [142]
Sultan & Shepard Endless, Dawn This Never Happened [143]
That Mexican OT Texas Technician Manifest Music Group, GoodTalk, Capitol [144][145]
Yard Act Where's My Utopia? Pop, dance-rock Island
March
3
Michael Head & the Red Elastic Band Loophole Modern Sky [146]
March
6
Mike and Tony Seltzer Pinball 10k [147]
Olof Dreijer Coral AD93 [148]
March
8
Ariana Grande Eternal Sunshine Pop, R&B Republic
Bleachers Bleachers Bleachers Band Recordings, Dirty Hit [149]
Bolis Pupul Letter to Yu EDM, synth-pop Deewee
Dion Girl Friends [150]
The End Machine The Quantum Phase [151]
Homeshake CD Wallet Dine Alone [152]
Judas Priest Invincible Shield Epic [153]
Kim Gordon The Collective Hip hop, trap, industrial Matador
The Libertines All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade Casablanca, Republic [154]
Loreena McKennitt The Road Back Home Quinlan Road [155]
Marshmello and Svdden Death Mellodeath Tapes Vol. 1 Dubstep Joytime Collective [156]
Meatbodies Flora Ocean Tiger Bloom In the Red [157]
Moor Mother The Great Bailout Anti- [158]
Nick Johnston Child of Bliss Remarkably Human [159]
Norah Jones Visions Blue Note [160]
Ricki-Lee On My Own Black Label Entertainment [161]
Sonata Arctica Clear Cold Beyond Atomic Fire [162]
Thank You, I'm Sorry Repeating Threes Thank You, I'm Sorry [163]
The Whitlams Black Stump Kookaburra Country EGR [164]
YoungBoy Never Broke Again Compliments of Grave Digger Mountain Motown, Never Broke Again [165]
March
13
Yung Lean and Bladee Psykos World Affairs [166]
March
14
Rezz Can You See Me? HypnoVision Records [167]
March
15
The Black Crowes Happiness Bastards Silver Arrow Records [168]
Chief Keef and Mike Will Made It Dirty Nachos 43B, Ear Drummer, RBC [169][170]
Comeback Kid Trouble SharpTone [171]
The Dandy Warhols Rockmaker Sunset Blvd. Records, Beat the World
DragonForce Warp Speed Warriors Speed metal, pop metal Napalm
Flo Milli Fine Ho, Stay RCA [172]
Four Tet Three Text [173]
Gouge Away Deep Sage Deathwish Inc. [174]
Justin Timberlake Everything I Thought It Was R&B, pop RCA [175]
Kacey Musgraves Deeper Well Country folk, soft rock, folk-pop MCA Nashville, Interscope [176]
Mad Caddies Arrows Room 117 55 Rose Records, SBÄM Records [177]
The Messthetics and James Brandon Lewis The Messthetics and James Brandon Lewis Free improvisation, jazz fusion Impulse! [178]
Night Verses Every Sound Has a Color in the Valley of Night: Part 2 Equal Vision [179]
Peter Garrett The True North Sony Music Australia [180]
Scott Stapp Higher Power Napalm [181]
Tierra Whack World Wide Whack Interscope
March
18
Day6 Fourever JYP [182]
March
20
ExWhyZ Dress to Kill EMI [183]
Jeff Mills The Trip – Enter the Black Hole Axis Records, U/M/A/A [184][185]
Young Posse XXL DSP [186]
March
22
Adrianne Lenker Bright Future 4AD
Blanke Emergence Monstercat [187]
Boris and Coaltar of the Deepers Hello There Dog Knights Productions [188]
Cakes da Killa Black Sheep Young Art Records [189]
Cassie Kinoshi's Seed Gratitude International Anthem [190]
Chris Young Young Love & Saturday Nights Country RCA Nashville [191]
Elbow Audio Vertigo Polydor, Geffen
Empress Of For Your Consideration Major Arcana, Giant Music [192]
Fletcher In Search of the Antidote Capitol [193]
Gary Clark Jr. JPEG Raw Warner [194]
Good Morning Good Morning Seven Polyvinyl [195]
Gossip Real Power Columbia
Hamferð Men Guðs hond er sterk Metal Blade [196]
Hozier Unheard Rubyworks, Columbia [197]
The Jesus and Mary Chain Glasgow Eyes Fuzz Club
Jlin Akoma Planet Mu [198]
Joyner Lucas Not Now I'm Busy Twenty Nine Music Group [199]
Julia Holter Something in the Room She Moves Art pop Domino
Kenny Chesney Born Blue Chair, Warner Nashville [200]
Kenya Grace The After Taste Drum and bass Major Recordings, Warner [201]
Kita Alexander Young in Love Warner Music Australia [202]
Logic1000 Mother Therapy, Because [203]
Matt Champion Mika's Laundry RCA [204]
Metro Boomin and Future We Don't Trust You Freebandz, Boominati Worldwide, Republic
Pnau Hyperbolic etcetc [205]
Prefuse 73 New Strategies for Modern Crime Vol. 1 Lex [206]
Rosie Tucker Utopia Now Sentimental Records [207]
Sam Evian Plunge Flying Cloud Recordings, Thirty Tigers
Scooter Open Your Mind and Your Trousers Sheffield Tunes, Kontor, Virgin [208]
Shakira Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran Pop, rock, Afrobeats Sony Music Latin
Sierra Ferrell Trail of Flowers Rounder [209]
Starsailor Where the Wild Things Grow [210]
Tchami and Malaa Veni, Vidi, Vici Confession [211][212]
Tyla Tyla Amapiano, pop, R&B Epic, Fax Records
The Veronicas Gothic Summer Big Noise [213]
Waxahatchee Tigers Blood Anti-
Wye Oak Shriek: Variations Merge [214]
Zombi Direct Inject Relapse [215]
March
25
Illit Super Real Me Belift Lab, YG Plus [216]
NCT Dream Dream()scape SM, Virgin [217]
March
27
Good Kid Good Kid 4 Good People Record Co. [218]
March
28
BlueBucksClan and Hit-Boy Biggest Out the West West Coast hip hop Surf Club, Out the Blue Records [219][220]
March
29
Aaron Lewis The Hill [221]
Anyma Genesys Part II Afterlife Recordings [222]
Beyoncé Cowboy Carter Country, folk, R&B Parkwood, Columbia
Blu DeTiger All I Ever Want Is Everything Capitol [223]
Chastity Belt Live Laugh Love Suicide Squeeze [224]
The Church Eros Zeta and the Perfumed Guitars Communicating Vessels [225]
Ed Harcourt El Magnifico Deathless Recordings [226]
Gesaffelstein Gamma Industrial techno Columbia [227]
Hardy and various artists Hixtape Vol. 3: Difftape Big Loud [228]
The High Llamas Hey Panda Drag City
J-Hope Hope on the Street Vol. 1 Big Hit [229]
Jim White All Hits: Memories Drag City [230]
Machine Gun Kelly and Trippie Redd Genre: Sadboy EST 19XX, Interscope [231]
Omar Souleyman Erbil Mad Decent [232]
Puscifer, Primus, and A Perfect Circle Sessanta E.P.P.P. Puscifer Entertainment [233]
Rage Afterlifelines Steamhammer/SPV [234]
Rico Nasty and Boys Noize Hardc0re Dr3amz [235]
Ride Interplay Wichita
Roc Marciano Marciology Pimpire Records, Marci Enterprises [236]
Sarah Shook & the Disarmers Revelations Thirty Tigers, Abeyance Records [237]
Shabazz Palaces Exotic Birds of Prey Sub Pop [238]
Sheryl Crow Evolution Big Machine [239]
Sue Foley One Guitar Woman Stony Plain [240]
Sum 41 Heaven :x: Hell Pop-punk, alternative rock, heavy metal Rise
Sykamore Through the Static CMDSHFT [241]
While She Sleeps Self Hell Sleeps Brothers, Spinefarm
March
30
Deadman Genealogie der morale [242]
March
31
Oliver Anthony Hymnal of a Troubled Man's Mind Oliver Anthony [243]

Second quarter edit

April edit

List of albums released or to be released in April 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
April
1
Tomorrow X Together Minisode 3: Tomorrow Big Hit, Republic [244]
April
3
Novelbright Circus Universal Sigma [245]
Savatage Curtain Call [246]
April
5
Alpha Wolf Half Living Things Greyscale Records, SharpTone [247]
Bayside There Are Worse Things Than Being Alive Hopeless [248]
Benson Boone Fireworks & Rollerblades Night Street Records, Warner [249]
The Black Keys Ohio Players Easy Eye Sound, Nonesuch
Blacktop Mojo Pollen [250]
Bob Vylan Humble as the Sun Ghost Theatre
Brian Cadd Dream Train Country [251]
Bryson Tiller Bryson Tiller RCA [252]
Caleb Landry Jones Hey Gary, Hey Dawn Sacred Bones [253]
Cock Sparrer Hand on Heart Cherry Red [254]
Conan Gray Found Heaven Republic [255]
Dana Gavanski Late Slap Full Time Hobby [256]
Dayna Stephens Closer Than We Think Cellar Music Group [257]
Einstürzende Neubauten Rampen (APM: Alien Pop Music) Potomak [258][259]
Erra Cure Progressive metalcore, industrial metal UNFD
Fabiana Palladino Fabiana Palladino Paul Institute, XL
Feeder Black/Red Big Teeth Music, Townsend Music [260]
Hawkwind Stories from Time and Space Cherry Red Records [261]
Ingested The Tide of Death and Fractured Dreams Metal Blade [262]
J. Cole Might Delete Later Hip hop Dreamville, Interscope
Jane Weaver Love in Constant Spectacle Fire
Joseph Shabason, Nicholas Krgovich, and M. Sage Shabason, Krgovich, Sage Idée Fixe Records [263]
Katie Pruitt Mantras Rounder [264]
Khruangbin A La Sala Dead Oceans
Lillie West If I Were a Real Man I Would Be Able to Break the Neck of a Suffering Bird Hardly Art [265]
Lizzy McAlpine Older Columbia [266]
Marcus King Mood Swings American, Republic [267]
Mount Kimbie The Sunset Violent Indie rock Warp
Old 97's American Primitive ATO [268]
Poolblood theres_plenty_of_music_to_go_around.zip Next Door Records [269]
Still Corners Dream Talk Wrecking Light Records [270]
Strung Out Dead Rebellion Fat Wreck Chords [271]
Tori Kelly Tori. Epic [272]
Vampire Weekend Only God Was Above Us Columbia [273]
X Ambassadors Townie [274]
Yundi Mozart: The Sonata Project - Salzburg Classical Warner Classics [275][276]
April
12
Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties In Lieu of Flowers Hopeless [277]
Baby Rose and BadBadNotGood Slow Burn Secretly Canadian [278]
Bad Bad Hats Bad Bad Hats Don Giovanni [279]
Belmont Liminal Pure Noise [280]
Benighted Ekbom Season of Mist [281]
Blue Öyster Cult Ghost Stories Frontiers [282]
DRAM DRAM&B [283]
English Teacher This Could Be Texas Island
Ernest Nashville, Tennessee Big Loud [284]
Girl in Red I'm Doing It Again Baby! Columbia [285]
Imminence The Black [286]
Iskwē Nīna [287]
James Yummy [288]
Jebediah Oiks Cooking Vinyl [289]
Kelley Stoltz La Fleur Dandy Boy Records, Agitated Records [290]
Maggie Rogers Don't Forget Me Debay Sounds, Capitol [291]
Mark Knopfler One Deep River EMI, Blue Note [292]
Metro Boomin and Future We Still Don't Trust You [293]
Metz Up on Gravity Hill Sub Pop [294]
Morgan Evans Live at the Sydney Opera House Warner Music Australia [295]
Nia Archives Silence Is Loud Hijinxx, Island [296]
Northlane Mirror's Edge [297]
Riot V Mean Streets Atomic Fire [298]
Shabaka Perceive Its Beauty, Acknowledge Its Grace Jazz, new age Impulse!
Sleepmakeswaves It's Here, but I Have No Names for It Bird's Robe Records, MGM, Dunk Records [299]
Still House Plants If I Don't Make It, I Love U Art rock Bison Records
Trifecta (Nick Beggs, Craig Blundell, and Adam Holzman) The New Normal Kscope [300]
Týr Battle Ballads Metal Blade [301]
Yoasobi E-Side 3 Sony Music Japan [302]
April
14
The Ophelias Ribbon [303]
April
19
Anne Wilson Rebel Capitol CMG [304]
Cadence Weapon Rollercoaster MNRK [305]
A Certain Ratio It All Comes Down to This Mute [306]
Claire Rousay Sentiment Thrill Jockey [307]
Classified Luke's View HalfLife Records, Big Story Entertainment [308]
Cloud Nothings Final Summer Pure Noise [309]
Elvie Shane Damascus Wheelhouse [310]
Emma Donovan Til My Song Is Done Cooking Vinyl Australia [311]
The Ghost Inside Searching for Solace Epitaph [312]
Glen Campbell Duets – Ghost on the Canvas Sessions Surfdog, Big Machine [313]
High on Fire Cometh the Storm Stoner metal, sludge metal MNRK Heavy
Ian Hunter Defiance Part 2: Fiction Sun [314]
Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds That Delicious Vice In the Red [315]
Local Natives But I'll Wait for You Loma Vista [316]
Melvins Tarantula Heart Ipecac [317]
Michael Feuerstack Eternity Mongers Forward Music [318]
My Dying Bride A Mortal Binding Nuclear Blast [319]
New Riders of the Purple Sage Hempsteader Country rock Omnivore [320]
Paraorchestra with Brett Anderson and Charles Hazlewood Death Songbook World Circuit, BMG [321]
Pearl Jam Dark Matter Monkeywrench, Republic
Praying Mantis Defiance Frontiers [322]
SeeYouSpaceCowboy Coup de Grâce [323]
Slum Village Fun Ne'Astra Music, Virgin [324]
T Bone Burnett The Other Side Verve Forecast [325]
Taylor Swift The Tortured Poets Department Republic
Tei Shi Valerie [326]
UB40 UB45 [327]
Yunchan Lim Chopin: Études, Opp. 10 & 25 Classical Deutsche Grammophon [328]
April
24
The Rifles Love Your Neighbour Right Hook Recordings [329]
April
25
Tara Jane O'Neil The Cool Cloud of Okayness Orindal Records [330]
April
26
Accept Humanoid Napalm [331]
Alien Ant Farm Mantras Alien Ant Farm [332]
Anitta Funk Generation Republic, Universal Music Latin [333]
Charley Crockett $10 Cowboy [334]
Chief Keef Almighty So 2 43B [335][336]
Corridor Mimi Sub Pop [337]
Darkthrone It Beckons Us All Peaceville [338]
Deicide Banished by Sin [339]
Ellis No Place That Feels Like [340]
Full of Hell Coagulated Bliss Closed Casket Activities [341]
Greg Saunier We Sang, Therefore We Were Joyful Noise [342]
Hovvdy Hovvdy Arts & Crafts [343]
Iron & Wine Light Verse Sub Pop [344]
Justice Hyperdrama Ed Banger, Because [345]
Kyp Harness Kick the Dust [346]
Lost Dog Street Band Survived Lost Dog Street Band, Thirty Tigers [347]
MacKenzie Porter Nobody's Born with a Broken Heart Big Loud [348]
Neil Young and Crazy Horse Fu##in' Up The Other Shoe Productions, Inc., Reprise [349][350]
Owen The Falls of Sioux Polyvinyl [351]
PartyNextDoor PartyNextDoor 4 OVO, Santa Anna Label Group [352]
Pet Shop Boys Nonetheless x2, Parlophone [353]
Regurgitator Invader Valve [354]
Sega Bodega Dennis ambient tweets [355]
Six Organs of Admittance Time Is Glass Drag City [356]
St. Vincent All Born Screaming Total Pleasure Records, VMG [357]
The Zutons The Big Decider Deltasonic [358]
April
29
Ive Ive Switch Starship [359]

May edit

List of albums to be released in May 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
May
1
The Deep Dark Woods Broadside Ballads Vol. III Victory Pool [360]
May
3
4Batz U Made Me a St4r OVO [361]
Better Than Ezra Super Magick [362]
Camera Obscura Look to the East, Look to the West Merge [363]
Charlotte Day Wilson Cyan Blue Stone Woman Music, XL [364]
Dua Lipa Radical Optimism Warner [365]
Frank Turner Undefeated Xtra Mile [366]
Ibibio Sound Machine Pull the Rope Merge [367]
John Carpenter Lost Themes IV: Noir Sacred Bones [368]
Kamasi Washington Fearless Movement Young [369]
Kavus Torabi The Banishing Believer's Roast [370]
The Lemon Twigs A Dream Is All We Know Captured Tracks [371]
Mdou Moctar Funeral for Justice Matador [372]
P.O.D. Veritas Mascot [373]
Rachel Chinouriri What a Devastating Turn of Events Parlophone, Atlas Artists [374]
Sia Reasonable Woman Atlantic [375]
Snarls With Love Take This to Heart [376]
Tenille Arts To Be Honest Dreamcatcher Artists [377]
Willow Empathogen Roc Nation [378]
May
7
D.O. Blossom Company Soosoo [379]
May
8
Kep1er Kep1going WakeOne, Swing [380]
Momoiro Clover Z Hydra [381]
May
10
A. G. Cook Britpop New Alias [382]
Abigail Lapell Anniversary Outside [383]
Amen Dunes Death Jokes Sub Pop [384]
Angus & Julia Stone Cape Forestier Sony Music Australia [385]
Arab Strap I'm Totally Fine with It 👍 Don't Give a Fuck Anymore 👍 Rock Action [386]
Bibi Club Feu de garde Secret City [387]
Dehd Poetry Fat Possum [388]
Hot Water Music Vows Equal Vision [389]
How to Dress Well I Am Toward You Sargent House [390]
Iglooghost Tidal Memory Exo LuckyMe [391]
Jim White and Marisa Anderson Swallowtail Thrill Jockey [392]
Jordan Rakei The Loop Decca [393]
Kings of Leon Can We Please Have Fun LoveTap Records, Capitol [394]
Knocked Loose You Won't Go Before You're Supposed To Pure Noise [395]
Like Moths to Flames The Cycles of Trying to Cope UNFD [396]
Mary Lattimore and Walt McClements Rain on the Road Thrill Jockey [397]
Powerman 5000 Abandon Ship Cleopatra [398]
Les Savy Fav Oui, LSF Les Savy Fav, Frenchkiss, the Orchard [399]
Scotty McCreery Rise & Fall [400]
Sebastian Bach Child Within the Man Reigning Phoenix Music [401]
Shannon and the Clams The Moon Is in the Wrong Place Easy Eye Sound [402]
Six Feet Under Killing for Revenge Metal Blade [403]
Sublime with Rome Sublime with Rome [404]
The Tangent To Follow Polaris Inside Out [405]
Tom Skinner Voices of Bishara Live at "Mu" International Anthem [406]
Unleash the Archers Phantoma Napalm [407]
Yaya Bey Ten Fold Big Dada [408]
May
17
A Boogie wit da Hoodie Better Off Alone Atlantic, Highbridge the Label [409][410]
The Avett Brothers The Avett Brothers American, Thirty Tigers [411]
Beth Gibbons Lives Outgrown Domino [412]
Billie Eilish Hit Me Hard and Soft Darkroom, Interscope [413]
Cage the Elephant Neon Pill RCA [414]
Collective Soul Here to Eternity Fuzze-Flex Records [415]
Crumb Amama Crumb Records [416]
The Dave Foster Band Maybe They'll Come Back for Us English Electric Recordings [417]
Don McLean American Boys [418]
Ghostly Kisses Darkroom Akira Records [419]
Guster Ooh La La Ocho Mule Records [420]
Isobel Campbell Bow to Love Cooking Vinyl [421]
John Oates Reunion [422]
Kate Hudson Glorious [423]
Kerry King From Hell I Rise Reigning Phoenix Music [424]
Little Feat Sam's Place [425]
Marty Friedman Drama Frontiers [426]
New Kids on the Block Still Kids BMG [427]
of Montreal Lady on the Cusp Polyvinyl [428]
One Step Closer All You Embrace Run for Cover [429]
Pallbearer Mind Burns Alive Nuclear Blast [430]
Rapsody Please Don't Cry We Each Other, Jamla Records, Roc Nation [431]
Shellac To All Trains Touch and Go [432]
Slash Orgy of the Damned Gibson [433]
Twenty One Pilots Clancy Fueled by Ramen [434]
Zayn Room Under the Stairs Mercury, Republic [435]
May
24
Andrew Bird, Alan Hampton, and Ted Poor Sunday Morning Put-On Wegawam Music, Loma Vista [436]
Ateez Golden Hour: Part.1 KQ Entertainment, RCA [437]
David Myles Devil Talking Little Tiny Records, turtlemusik [438]
DIIV Frog in Boiling Water Fantasy [439]
Gastr del Sol We Have Dozens of Titles Drag City [440]
Kiesza Dancing and Crying: Vol 1 [441]
Lenny Kravitz Blue Electric Light Roxie Records, BMG [442][443]
La Luz News of the Universe Sub Pop [444]
Machinedrum 3for82 Ninja Tune [445]
Old Man Luedecke She Told Me Where to Go Outside [446]
Paul Weller 66 Solid Bond, Polydor [447]
Rotting Christ Pro Xristoy Season of Mist [448]
Say Anything ...Is Committed [449]
Wallows Model Atlantic [450]
May
27
Aespa Armageddon SM [451]
May
31
+/- Further Afield Ernest Jenning [452]
Another Michael Pick Me Up, Turn Me Upside Down Run for Cover [453]
Arooj Aftab Night Reign Verve [454]
Bad Omens Concrete Jungle [The OST] Sumerian [455]
Bat for Lashes The Dream of Delphi Mercury KX [456]
Becky Hill Believe Me Now? Polydor, Eko Records [457]
Ben Platt Honeymind [458]
Bernard Butler Good Grief 355 Recordings [459]
Crowded House Gravity Stairs BMG [460]
The Hope Conspiracy Tools of Oppression / Rule by Deception Deathwish Inc. [461]
The Marías Submarine Nice Life, Atlantic [462]
Maya Hawke Chaos Angel Mom + Pop [463]
Richard Thompson Ship to Shore New West [464]
Swamp Dogg Blackgrass: From West Virginia to 125th St Oh Boy [465]
Thou Umbilical Sacred Bones [466]
Tom Walker I Am [467]
Willie Nelson The Border Legacy, Sony Music [468]
TBA Bass Communion The Itself of Itself Lumberton Trading Company [469]
Satyricon TBA [470]
Tems Born in the Wild RCA [471]

June edit

List of albums to be released in June 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
June
7
Alfie Templeman Radiosoul Chess Club [472]
Apocalyptica Plays Metallica Vol. 2 Throwdown Entertainment [473]
Aurora What Happened to the Heart? Decca, Glassnote, Petroleum [474]
Bon Jovi Forever EMI, Island [475]
Bonny Light Horseman Keep Me on Your Mind/See You Free Jagjaguwar [476]
Casey MQ Later That Day, the Day Before, or the Day Before That Ghostly International [477]
Charli XCX Brat Atlantic [478]
Eels Eels Time! E Works, PIAS [479]
Goat Girl Below the Waste Rough Trade [480]
Meghan Trainor Timeless Epic [481]
The Mysterines Afraid of Tomorrows Fiction [482]
NxWorries Why Lawd? Stones Throw [483]
The Omnific The Law of Augmenting Returns Wild Thing Records [484]
Pedro the Lion Santa Cruz Polyvinyl [485]
Peggy Gou I Hear You XL [486]
Seasick Steve A Trip a Stumble a Fall Down on Your Knees SO Recordings [487]
Strand of Oaks Miracle Focus Western Vinyl [488]
Swim Deep There's a Big Star Outside... Submarine Cat Records [489]
Tracy Lawrence Out Here in It Country Four17 [490]
June
14
Axel Rudi Pell Risen Symbol Steamhammer/SPV [491]
Black Country Communion V J&R Adventures [492]
Carly Pearce Hummingbird Big Machine [493]
Cola The Gloss Fire Talk Records [494]
The Decemberists As It Ever Was, So It Will Be Again Yabb Records, Thirty Tigers [495]
Florrie The Lost Ones Xenomania, BMG [496]
Fu Manchu The Return of Tomorrow At the Dojo Records [497]
Hockey Dad Rebuild Repeat Farmer & the Owl [498]
John Cale POPtical Illusion Double Six, Domino [499]
John Grant The Art of the Lie PIAS [500]
Julie Christmas Ridiculous and Full of Blood Red Creek Recordings [501]
Kneecap Fine Art Heavenly [502]
Moby Always Centered at Night Always Centered at Night, Mute [503]
μ-Ziq Grush Planet Mu [504]
RJD2 Visions Out of Limelight RJ's Electrical Connections [505]
Sea Girls Midnight Butterflies Alt. Records, Believe [506]
Suicideboys New World Depression G59 Records [507]
June
21
Alcest Les Chants de l'aurore Nuclear Blast [508]
Celeigh Cardinal Boundless Possibilities [509]
The Dangerous Summer Gravity Rude [510]
Earthtone9 In Resonance Nexus Candlelight [511]
The Greeting Committee Everyone's Gone and I Know I'm the Cause [512]
ionnalee Blund TWIMC [513]
Ionnalee Close Your Eyes TWIMC [513]
Islands What Occurs ELF Records [514]
Kate Nash 9 Sad Symphonies Kill Rock Stars [515]
Linda Thompson Proxy Music StorySound Records [516]
Pond Stung! Spinning Top Records [517]
The Story So Far I Want to Disappear Pure Noise [518]
Wage War Stigma Fearless [519]
June
28
Anvil One and Only AFM [520]
Dirty Three Love Changes Everything Drag City [521]
The Folk Implosion Walk Thru Me Joyful Noise [522]
Guided by Voices Strut of Kings Rockathon Records, Guided by Voices, Inc. [523]
Hiatus Kaiyote Love Heart Cheat Code Brainfeeder, Ninja Tune [524]
Imagine Dragons Loom Kidinakorner, Interscope [525]
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats South of Here [526]
Nothing More Carnal Better Noise [527]
Robert Jon & the Wreck Red Moon Rising Journeyman Records [528]
The Warning Keep Me Fed Lava, Republic [529]
TBA Paris Hilton TBA [530]

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July edit

List of albums to be released in July 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
July
5
Eves Karydas Burnt Tapes Zeitgeist Records [531]
Kasabian Happenings Columbia [532]
July
12
Ani DiFranco Unprecedented Sh!t Righteous Babe [533]
Cassandra Jenkins My Light, My Destroyer Dead Oceans [534]
Cigarettes After Sex X's Partisan [535]
Donovan Woods Things Were Never Good If They're Not Good Now End Times Music [536]
Joe Goddard Harmonics [537]
Phish Evolve JEMP [538]
Remi Wolf Big Ideas Island [539]
Travis L.A. Times BMG [540]
July
19
Al Di Meola Twentyfour earMusic [541]
Beachwood Sparks Across the River of Stars Curation Records [542]
Glass Animals I Love You So F***ing Much Polydor [543]
Gorgon City Reverie Realm Records, Astralwerks [544]
July
26
Pat Metheny Moondial BG Records [545]
Powerwolf Wake Up the Wicked Napalm [546]

August edit

List of albums to be released in August 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
August
2
Allday The Necklace Dew Process [547]
August
9
Twin Atlantic Meltdown Staple Diet [548]
August
16
Dark Tranquillity Endtime Signals Century Media [549]
Pom Poko Champion Bella Union [550]
August
23
Fontaines D.C. Romance XL [551]
Stand Atlantic Was Here Hopeless [552]
Zeal & Ardor Greif [553]
August
30
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Wild God PIAS [554]
Yannis & the Yaw (Yannis Philippakis and Tony Allen) Lagos Paris London Transgressive [555]

September edit

List of albums to be released in September 2024
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Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
September
6
Fat Dog Woof Domino [556]
Missy Higgins The Second Act Eleven [557]
September
13
London Grammar The Greatest Love Ministry of Sound, Sony Music [558]
September
20
Charlotte Wessels TBA Napalm [559]
September
27
Nina Nesbitt Mountain Music Apple Tree Records [560]
TBA Lana Del Rey Lasso Country [561]

Unscheduled and TBA edit

List of albums to be released sometime in 2024
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Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
Brad Paisley Son of the Mountains Country EMI Nashville [562]
Brennan Heart Save Euphoric [563]
Bring Me the Horizon Post Human: Nex Gen Sony Music, RCA [564][565]
Buffalo Tom Jump Rope Scrawny Music [566]
Cardi B TBA [567]
Chance the Rapper Star Line Gallery [568]
Chevelle TBA [569]
Coldplay Moon Music [570]
Cory Marks TBA [571]
Deap Vally Sistrionix 2.0 [572]
Delta Heavy Midnight Forever [573]
Eartheater Aftermath Chemical X [574]
Eminem TBA [575]
Exodus TBA [576]
Fear Factory TBA [577]
FKA Twigs TBA [578]
Gryffin Pulse [579]
Highly Suspect TBA [580]
Ice Spice Y2K [581]
J Balvin and Ed Sheeran TBA [582]
JPEGMafia TBA [583]
Katy Perry TBA [584]
Korn TBA [585]
Logic Ultra 85 [586]
Ludacris TBA [587]
Miguel Viscera ByStorm Entertainment, RCA [588]
Nails TBA Nuclear Blast [589]
Nas and DJ Premier TBA [590]
Nasty Savage TBA [591]
Nero Into the Unknown [592]
Nightwish TBA [593]
Normani Dopamine RCA [594]
Onslaught TBA [595]
Playboi Carti TBA [596]
Radical Redemption The Collabs [28]
Radical Redemption The Orchestra of Eternity [28]
Sacred Reich TBA [597]
Sam Fender TBA [598]
Showtek TBA [599]
Snotty Nose Rez Kids Red Future [600]
Sugababes TBA [601]
Testament TBA [602]
Toadies TBA [603]
Tones and I TBA [604]
W.A.S.P. TBA [605]
The Weeknd TBA [606]

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