The latest New Music Weekly playlist is chock full of goodies for your ear, a handpicked set that transcends genres and just brings you good music. This week, that means artists like pop punk heroes New Found Glory and psychedelic specialists Oberhofer, plus indie rock folk from Boy & Bear, lo fi deliciousness by Alex G, synthpop from Hurts and other key releases noted below in the Playlist Notes. Hit up the Rdio New Releases section to browse the complete collection of what has just dropped, including the full albums by all the artists mentioned here. And don’t forget to subscribe to the New Music Weekly playlist to receive a new set every Friday.
Selena Gomez - Revival (Deluxe)
The pop star’s second solo studio album explores a new maturity with the help of Charli XCX and A$AP Rocky.
Mayday Parade - Black Lines
The fifth album from the Tallahassee rockers marks 10 years of pop punk greatness.
Toby Keith - 35 mph Town
Surprisingly tender and soulful tunes dot the country star’s short and sweet 18th studio album.
Game - The Documentary
10 years after his G Unit debut The Documentary, the LA rapper creates a sequel with heavy-hitters like Dr. Dre, Kanye West, and Drake.
City and Colour - If I Should Go Before You
Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green expands into soulful new territory on his fifth album.
Michael Ray - Rdio Sessions
The country rocker’s performance for Rdio’s exclusive live series features songs from his self-titled album and a Porter Wagoner cover.
R. City - What Dreams Are Made Of
Brothers Theron and Timothy Thomas offer the type of memorable hooks and melodies that they’ve written for Rihanna, Nicki and Miley.
John Grant - Grey Tickles, Black Pressure
The third solo album from the former frontman of The Czars takes on the angry moodiness of hitting middle age.
A Skylit Drive - ASD
Five albums in, this California post-hardcore act still balances melody with fury.