New Music Weekly

New Music Weekly - October 15, 2013

Pearl JamDavid BowieThe Dismemberment Plan

With Paul McCartney, Pearl Jam, and TLC all offering new music right now, it’s a fine time for the return of international musical legends to work their magic. It’s also a strong week for Canadian music, with new releases from rockers Silverstein and electronic producer Tim Hecker, and we’re excited about the return of Stateside acts like Oakland’s Beats Antique and Portland’s Red Fang.

When you’re ready to check out these artists and more from the best releases that have just dropped, our New Music Weekly playlist will bring you up to speed with the quickness. You can also head over to the Rdio New Releases section to browse on your own.

PLAYLIST NOTES

  • The Dismemberment Plan - Uncanny Valley
    20 years after the post-hardcore group first formed in Washington D.C., they’ve reformed and return with the first album in a dozen years.

  • Pearl Jam - Lightning Bolt
    The Seattle rock act’s tenth album is already being heralded as a rival to the group’s best.

  • TLC - 20
    This greatest hits collection is released in conjunction with the Vh1 movie CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story and features “Meant to Be,” the first new song from the R&B group in a decade.

  • David Bowie - “Love Is Lost” (Hello Steve Reich Mix by James Murphy for DFA)
    More than a remix, this 10-minute reconstruction of a song from Bowie’s The Next Day album stars on an upcoming collector’s edition of the album.