The latest, hot off the presses New Music Weekly playlist should be a real treat for people who like a little bit of everything in the mix. The Playlist Notes below will give you the 411 on the big releases of the week, but there are also several sleeper gems to discover. Don’t miss the return of post punk act I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness, the debut from Maybach Music rapper Stalley, the sophomore swing from sisterly folk act Lily & Madeleine, ambient elegance from female producer Grouper, a surprisingly quieter effort from screamo band Pianos Become The Teeth and the killer remixes of Germany’s DJ Koze. You can find the full albums from these artists and many more in the Rdio New Releases, which is a handy page to bookmark if you haven’t already done so. And don’t forget to subscribe to the New Music Weekly playlist to receive the latest sets right as they drop.
The Flaming Lips - With A Little Help From My Fwends
This cover album of The Beatles’ iconic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band features collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Moby, My Morning Jacket and more.
Rancid - ...Honor Is All We Know (Standard Version)
The first album in five years from the punk icons packs 14 catchy tracks into a half hour.
Haerts - HAERTS
The debut album from the Brooklyn quartet is a lighthearted indie pop romp of dreamy hooks and melodies.
Sam Hunt - Montevallo
This solo debut melds country and R&B from the singer-songwriter who has penned for Kenny Chesney.
East India Youth - Total Strife Forever (Deluxe Version)
UK electronic producer (and Mercury Prize nominee) William Doyle's eclectic first album has the music world buzzing.
Dillon Francis - Money Sucks, Friends Rule
The star electronic producer’s debut album of club bangers features cameos by Major Lazer, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix and Twista.
Flight Facilities - Down to Earth
Australia’s rising dance duo snags guest stars like Kylie Minogue and Reggie Watts on their debut album.