For the past 2 years, we know you've looked forward to hearing New Music Weekly on Rdio every Monday - well, now you don't need to wait as long! Starting this week, the New Music Weekly playlist will go live on Fridays, and not just in Australia and New Zealand, but all around the world!
We're getting the party started right with a whole batch of newness. There's fresh albums from English electro duo Groove Armada, sandy-haired surf popster Cody Simpson and Sydney indie rock quartet Day Ravies. Singles more your thing? Then try on some new Peking Duk, Stafford Brothers or Coheed & Cambria on for size.
Still not satisfied? Then look into our heavy hitters below, or check out the New Releases page, the home of all things new music on Rdio.
Years & Years - 'Communion'
An accomplished, well-crafted and fresh-faced debut from the London-based electronica trio.
Tuka - 'Life Death Time Eternal'
Sydney emcee Tuka takes time out from Thundamentals to release his third solo album. Ripe with emotion and melody.
Remi - 'Rdio Sessions'
Awesome x Infinity. The acclaimed Aussie rapper gets raw & intimate in this slick six track Rdio Session, recorded exclusively for Rdio in Austin, Texas.
Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge - 'Twelve Reasons To Die II'
The former Wu Tang man again teams up with film composer Adrian Younge to follow up their 2013 concept album. Lavish, jazz and soul tinged production paves the way for one of rap's greatest yarn-spinners.
Minimal, yet slick. Fractured, yet highly polished - Melbourne outfit I'lls manage to do a lot of electronic experimentation with very little.
The soundtrack for the movie adaptation of the popular John Green book is an indie pop goldmine - features Santigold, Vance Joy, Grouplove and more.
High Tension - 'Bully'
Balanced brutality and cacophonic chaos defines the second album from the Melbourne hardcore quartet.