The New Music Weekly playlist will make you dance, rock and swoon. The hand-picked mix features only the very best of the latest offerings, including the unexpectedly fast return of British electronic idol Aphex Twin, a beautiful techno mix from DJ Nina Kraviz, a new EP from anti-folk hero Emmy The Great and the debut album from Swedish soul pop siren Seinabo Sey. If the New Music Weekly playlist makes you want to hear more, subscribe to get a new set each week and head over to the Rdio New Releases page in order to listen to the full albums right now.
Ne-Yo - Non-Fiction (Deluxe)
Collaborations with rappers T.I., Schoolboy Q, Jeezy, Juicy J and Pitbull feature heavily on the R&B star’s sixth album.
Milo Greene - Control
The cinematic pop group with four singers spin dark tales over light uptempo beats on their second album.
Kenny G - Brazilian Nights
The king of smooth jazz plays bossa nova classics like “The Girl From Ipanema” alongside original works on his 14th album.
Loretta Lynn - Don't Come Home A Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)
Originally released in 1967, the country star’s seventh album brought her first hit and now makes its digital debut.
The Dodos - Individ
Personal pain and loss are channeled through the San Francisco indie rock duo’s sixth album.
Pond - Man, It Feels Like Space Again
The Australian psychedelic rock act sharing members with Tame Impala present a fun and weird sixth album.
Natalie Prass - Natalie Prass
The Nashville singer-songwriter dedicates her debut album to unraveling the emotions involved in heartbreak.