New Music Weekly

New Music Weekly - July 23, 2013

Gogol BordelloEdward SharpeSelena Gomez

This week’s releases bring plenty of larger-than-life personalities to the party, including the latest works from international crooner Marc Anthony, Texas singer-songwriter Guy Clark, campy retro queens Hunx And His Punx, and hip pop oddity Wallpaper. These voices and more converge in our new New Music Weekly playlist. We love putting it together for you each week and hope that it helps you find fresh favorites right away. Not enough songs for you? Hightail it on over to our Rdio New Releases page to browse all of the latest singles and albums.


PLAYLIST NOTES

  • Selena Gomez - Stars Dance
    Hot off the success of her catchy summer single “Come & Get It” comes the long-awaited solo debut from the former Disney starlet.

  • Gogol Bordello - Pura Vida Conspiracy
    Just when you thought your favorite gypsy punks couldn’t go any further off the rails, their sixth album truly lets their freak flag fly.

  • Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
    The indie folk act goes self-titled for the third album and unleashes the most raw and rambunctious work to date.

  • Weekend - Jinx
    They received an 8.2 rating from Pitchfork on their debut album but will San Francisco lo-fi dreamers Weekend break the curse of the sophomore slump with new album? It’s already sounding likely.

  • One Direction - “Best Song Ever”
    Is it the best song ever recorded in the history of music, or just the best song that this hugely successful British boy band has released in its relatively short but meteoric career? Millions of 1D fans are screaming their opinion.

  • of Montreal - “Fugitive Air”
    The eccentric rockers from Athens, GA offers a taste of the stripped down instrumentation and lyric-forward songs coming from the next album lousy with sylvianbriar.

∞  July 23, 2013 — 4:00PM