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This week, we’re swooning over the archives of our favorite bearded singer/songwriter Iron & Wine, feeling the maverick grunge spirit of young UK rockers Darlia, discovering the solo pop talents of Lana Del Rey/Bruno Mars producer Emile Haynie and reliving the glory of Sons of Anarchy via its new soundtrack. The Playlist Notes will quickly get you up to speed with the rest of this week’s highlights, and you can go more in depth with everything in the Rdio New Releases section. Have fun!
Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti (Deluxe Edition)
This seminal double album’s 40th anniversary release features remastering and seven previously unreleased songs.
Dan Deacon - Gliss Riffer
Baltimore’s electronic producer extraordinaire scales back his synth and electro driven sound on his first album in three years.
Big Sean - Dark Sky Paradise (Deluxe)
The Detroit rapper’s third album features collaborations with Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, and Jhene Aiko.
Kid Rock - First Kiss
The Detroit rap-rocker’s tenth album reminisces on his favorite classic tunes of his youth for song inspiration.
Mat Kearney - JUST KIDS
The contemporary Christian artist digs deep into his rock-tinged soul for the songs on his fifth album.
All That Remains - The Order of Things
The melodic metalcore heroes lean more on singing than screaming with their seventh album.
MisterWives - Our Own House
The debut album from a New York trio shows off their skill at catchy indie pop and rock songs.