Take a spring fling with your latest New Music Weekly playlist! Chances are you’ll fall in love with the infectious rap cadence of Young Thug, the rock timelessness of Built To Spill, the pop-rock bounce of We Are Scientists and the indie/electronic rhythms of Australia’s Miami Horror, to name a few. Read the Playlist Notes below for more highlights from the current set and visit the Rdio New Releases to listen to the full albums.
Alabama Shakes - Sound & Color
Brittany Howard and company fill their second album with an even wider spectrum of soul and rock.
Speedy Ortiz - Foil Deer
The indie rock act fronted by Sadie Dupuis channels ‘90s fuzzy guitar anthems through a modern filter.
Yelawolf - Love Story
The Nashville rapper’s second studio album features production by his label boss Eminem.
Dean Brody - Gypsy Road
The Juno Award-winning country artist turns his sound “Upside Down” on album number five.
Passion Pit - Kindred
Michael Angelakos injects a more emotional side to his synth-driven pop on the third album.
Joywave - How Do You Feel Now
Our April Artist To Watch crafts the perfect line between retro and cutting edge, indie pop and electro.
of Montreal - Snare Lustrous Doomings
The Georgia rockers drop a live album recorded in Portland and San Francisco highlighting the band’s whole catalog.