We can’t wait for you to explore the latest New Music Weekly playlist, which is always a veritable sonic stew! This week, the recipe includes a bowl of beats from Alesso, a generous dash of Aussie electronic grooves from Jarryd James and Eves The Behavior and just to give it a kick, a spoonful of Kiwi in the form of Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Matthew Young.
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Daniel Johns - 'Talk'
The Silverchair frontman debuts an eclectic solo album of glitchy synths, cruisy electro and nu-RnB tones, all married together by his iconic voice. Features collabs with uber producer Joel Little, Julian Hamilton of The Presets & M-Phazes.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra - 'Multi-Love'
The third album of psychedelic rock from the Oregon-based band led by New Zealander Ruban Nielson. Hazy vocals, charming memories and spry rhythms make for a genuinely psychedelic pop gem.
Tim Rogers, The Bamboos - 'The Rules Of Attraction'
Masters of funky soul revivalism, the Melbourne band unite once again with You Am I frontman Tim Rogers for a rollicking LP full of 70's soul-influenced swing & swagger.
Trey Songz - 'Intermission I & II'
This surprise release of two combined EP's as a teaser before his next album is one long sexy slow-jam - Satiny synths, leisurely finger-snap percussion and evocative bass rumbles.
Tiesto - 'Club Life, Vol 4, New York City'
Arguably the world's biggest DJ, Tiesto drops the latest in his 'Club Life' compilation series, inspired by cities around the globe. Features Martin Garrix, Dzeko & Torres, KSHMR, MOTi and more.
The Vaccines - 'English Graffiti'
Third album from the West London indie rock quartet produced by Dave Fridmann (MGMT, Mercury Rev, The Flaming Lips).
Jamie Foxx - 'Hollywood: A Story Of A Dozen Roses'
The fifth album from the singer/actor double threat features an A-List cast, with guest vocalists like Chris Brown, Wale and Kid Ink as well as producers Pharrell and Boi-1da.