Hot off the presses is the latest New Music Weekly playlist, hand-picked each week to bring you the best of the bunch across genres. This week, we’re air jamming to the third solo album from guitar hero Slash, deciphering the myriad influences in the latest works from avant classical artist My Brightest Diamond and repeating the Generationals fourth album produced by Richard Swift.
Trust us, we’re just getting started here! Read on for more about the biggest albums of the week and click over to the Rdio New Releases page when you’re ready to browse the complete collection of music.
Dan Mangan - “Vessel”
The JUNO Awards winner offers an epic taste of his forthcoming album, which is also a key part of the soundtrack from indie film Hector and the Search for Happiness.
Lia Ices - Ices
Singer-songwriter Lia Kessel’s sophomore album was produced by Benny Sagittarius, the name for her production partnership with her brother Eliot.
Tim McGraw - Sundown Heaven Town (Deluxe Edition)
The country singer and actor’s lucky 13th album encompasses glimpses of his past, present and future musical direction.
Allah-Lahs - Worship The Sun
The second album from the LA garage band carries on the California dreaming legacy of sound while exposing a more personal side.
The Juan MacLean - In a Dream
Former Six Finger Satellite guitarist John MacLean and LCD Soundysystem singer Nancy Whang are back for a third synth-driven album under this funky electronic music alias.
Seekae - The Worry
The Australian trio continues to time trip through 8-bit electronic pop and experiments with vocals on their third album.
Train - Bulletproof Picasso
For their seventh album, the San Francisco rockers who have their own wine and chocolate lines push further into the mainstream with an even more accessible sound.