The long-awaited second solo album by Dani Fernández is in circulation, a collection of 11 tracks that bears the title of Entre las doubts y el azar, with which we begin the usual Friday review of the week’s record releases. Inspired by the dichotomy between the decisions we make and those that happen by chance. Produced by Tato Latorre (Antonio Orozco, Tightrope walker) and Paco Salazar (Van Gogh’s ear, Álvaro de Luna), and with Alberto Jiménez from Miss Caffeina as a special guest on Grace. We present it with Tropical Climate, a very successful first preview. We continue with the dreamy music of Beach House and their eighth studio album, Once twice melody, which have been advancing with 3 of the 4 chapters that make it up. First album produced entirely by them: Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally, and also the first time they used a live string ensemble, with arrangements by the famous David Campbell (Beck, Muse, Alejandro Sanz, David Bisbal). One of the latest advances was Hurts to love. We are hooked on It’s good to be back, which was the first promotional single from Small world, the seventh studio album by Metronomy, the British combo led by Joseph Mount. A musical project that What is of great interest is BROODS, a New Zealand duo made up of brothers Georgia and Caleb Nott, who emerged alongside fellow countryman Lorde, sharing producer Joel Little. A fourth album arrives for which the title of Space island was chosen. Made up of 10 cuts between previews, Piece of my mind. Great success for C. Tangana with El madrileño, now he publishes La sobremesa. Nine songs, the vast majority already known by their followers. Collaborations in addition to Omar Montes, Daviles de Novelda, Canelita and Luis Segura. It includes the controversial Ateo with Nathy Peluso, which was number 1 on the Spanish song list during its first five weeks. Also in circulation are new albums by White Lies, Midnight Oil, JP Cooper, Khruangbin with Leon Bridges (EP), Kaotiko and Alice Glass; a reissue of Tame Impala; and a tribute to Yoko Ono.