The latest New Music Weekly playlist is a satisfying way to sample the best from several genres all at once. This week, we’re vibing with upbeat R&B singer Tinashe, Norway's Erlend Øye, Austin’s bluesy folk vanguard Shakey Graves, Florida rockers New Found Glory and Yellowcard and sounds from down under like sassy Aussie pop star Betty Who and New Zealand electropop duo Broods.
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Jason Aldean - Old Boots, New Dirt
The radio smash and country chart topper “Burning It Down” paved the way for a hot sixth album from one of country music's brightest stars.
Hozier - Hozier
The debut album from a blues-loving young Irish singer features the provocative smash single “Take Me to Church.”
SBTRKT - Wonder Where We Land (Deluxe)
Masked London producer Aaron Jerome’s second album features appearances from frequent collaborator Sampha plus Harlem rapper A$AP Ferg and singer Jessie Ware.
Caribou - Our Love
Canadian producer Dan Snaith, aka Caribou, returns with a genre-defying electronic record that includes collaborations with rising stars Jessy Lanza and Owen Pallett.
Single Mothers - Negative Qualities
The debut album from the London, Ontario punk rockers bends ears with humorous takes on collegiate stereotypes.
Zola Jesus - Taiga
On her astonishing fifth album at only 25-years-old, the Phoenix-born singer-songwriter explores man’s perceived place in nature.
Stevie Nicks - 24 Karat Gold - Songs From The Vault (Deluxe Version)
The Fleetwood Mac icon’s eighth solo album features fresh recordings of demo songs that she penned between 1969 and 1987.