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New Music Tuesday - September 11, 2012

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Prep the dance floor: ‘80s vets Pet Shop Boys, EDM king David Guetta, and indie-dance outfit The Presets all have new albums out this week to get your feet moving. For louder fare, listen to passionate Canuck punks Billy Talent, or JAMC-style noise-pop duo The Raveonettes.

For something with a little boom-bap, some folksy goodness, or otherwise, listen to the weekly New Music Tuesday playlist. Our playlist notes are below, too: consult them for more new music while you peruse all the new titles in the Rdio New Releases.


Playlist Notes

  • Calexico - Algiers
    The roots rock veterans recorded their new album in a church in New Orleans. Should we expect a more blues-y sound this time around, or more reverent, divine inspiration? Hopefully both.

  • The Avett Brothers - The Carpenter
    The Carpenter is the North Carolina folk-rock band’s first album since their major label debut, and it should be a statement record — can they continue the same kind of momentum they had with I and Love and You? Listen to find out.

  • Dave Matthews Band - Away From The World
    The Grammy-winning rock outfit’s eighth album was produced by Steve Lillywhite, the same guy behind the boards for their 1996 album Crash. We smell a DMB renaissance.

  • The xx - Coexist
    The beloved minimalist avant-R&B trio follows up their debut with even better songwriting and production, highlighting their penchant for clean, captivating guitar lines and hushed vocals.