It's Monday which can only mean one thing - a brand spanking new New Music Weekly Playlist just for you.
There's a lot to love on the singles front with the latest offerings from NZ songbird Ginny Blackmore; Nashville singer-songwriter and one-time Rhianna collaborator Mikky Ekko electro-punk stalwarts The Prodigy and Liverpool larrakins The Wombats.
Mark Ronson - Uptown Special
Uber producer Mark Ronson channels late 70's funk and soul. Features collaborations with Stevie Wonder, Tame Impala 's Kevin Parker, Mystikal and Bruno Mars.
Dan Mangan & Blacksmith - Club Meds
After a 2 year hiatus to concentrate on being a father, Juno-award winning Canadian Dan Mangan offers up his 4th studio album and first under this new moniker.
Belle And Sebastian - Girls In The Peacetime Want To Dance
Personal, political and compelling - the 9th studio album from Glaswegian indie-pop darlings Belle & Sebastian fails to disappoint.
Justin Townes Earle - Absent Fathers
The American roots artist emerges with a new album just four months after his last. Intended to be a double album release with last year's critically acclaimed 'Single Mothers', Townes Earle instead chose to release 'Absent Fathers' as a compainion album.
La Femme - Psycho Tropical Berlin
The debut LP from the French act sees them cover off a sioree of sounds, from surf pop to polished punk.
The Decemberists - What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World
The enduring and endearing Portland quintet deliver a lovably eccentric yet classy 7th album.
Enter Shikari - The Mindsweep
An intense and vitriolic release from the UK act known for their heavily politicised blend of post-hardcore, metal and trance.