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New Music Tuesday - February 26, 2013

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Ready for some brand new beats in your ears? The last release date in February includes the long-awaited full-length debut from Seattle’s Ivan & Alyosha, the latest from Berlin techno DJ Ellen Allien, and the fourth LP by Kansas City rapper Kutt Calhoun. We also have a little somethin' extra for you today: Rdio-exclusive bonus tracks from California indie pop act Finish Ticket's debut album.

Our New Music Tuesday playlist will quickly give you an idea of the breadth and depth of this week’s offerings. The Playlist Notes below point out more key releases, and if you’re like Depeche Mode and you “Just Can’t Get Enough” (music nerd humor alert), there’s even more to explore in the Rdio New Releases.


PLAYLIST NOTES

  • Kavinsky - OutRun
    After seven years of dropping singles, the French house producer emerges with a full-length debut said to be influenced by Miami Vice and early video games.

  • The Mavericks - In Time
    Miami’s platinum-selling, neotraditional country band has reunited to release the first album in a decade (and seventh overall).

  • Shout Out Louds - Optica
    The fourth album from these Swedish indie rockers pays tribute to ‘80s pop stylings.

  • Boy - Mutual Friends
    The debut from this Swiss-German pop duo called Boy (who are actually two women) has been described as reminiscent of Feist.

  • Mount Moriah - Miracle Temple
    North Carolina’s favorite “alt-Americana” act returns with its Merge Records debut.

  • Icona Pop - "I Love It” (Remixes Pt. 2)
    The Swedish duo’s Charli XCX-guested single gets a dozen re-dubs from the likes of Cobra Starship and Sick Individuals.