The latest edition of your handpicked New Music Weekly playlist mingles iconic names with up and coming artists across genres, including the return of psych pop duo Painted Palms, playful punks The Wonder Years, indie rockers Family of the Year, galactic soul from DâM-FunK and more key releases highlighted in the Playlist Notes below. There’s even more music waiting for you to play on the Rdio New Releases page once you’ve warmed up here. Don’t forget to subscribe to the New Music Weekly playlist to receive a fresh set each Friday.
K-OS - Can’t Fly Without Gravity
The Toronto MC’s first album in three years balances the immediacy of rap with the longevity of rock sensibilities.
Young Empires - The Gates
The Toronto rock act's sound grows to epic, anthemic proportions with an injection of electronic sounds.
Travis Scott - Rodeo (Deluxe)
The rapper and producer from Houston unleashes a star-studded debut album with appearances by Kanye West, The Weeknd, 2 Chainz and Justin Bieber.
Animal Collective - Live at 9:30
Baltimore’s experimental ambassadors capture a seminal 2013 concert performance at legendary music venue 9:30 in nearby Washington, DC.
The Arcs - Yours, Dreamily,
Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys debuts an eclectic band that incorporates genres like soul, latin, garage and psychedelic rock into a fresh mix.
Diane Coffee - Everybody’s a Good Dog
A solo alter ego of producer and Foxygen drummer Shaun Fleming returns for a second time and genre-hopping album.
Iron Maiden - The Book Of Souls
The sweet 16th album from the British heavy metal legends is the band’s first double full-length release.