New Arrivals: Albums Released Today
New Arrivals is the starting point for your New Music Friday. Dig into the week’s freshly delivered stack of new album releases with this playlist highlighting choice cuts from the wide platter of new LPs dropped each week; from big name releases to the albums you’ve been anticipating for months – as well as new favorites from a broad range of genres. Listen to the playlist here.
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This House Is Not For Sale
American rock and roll heroes Bon Jovi are back with This House Is Not For Sale, their 13th studio album and latest since 2002′s What About Now. Produced by Bon Jovi alongside John Shanks, the album follows leading single “This House Is Not For Sale” and is out by way of Island Records.
HERE marks the 6th studio album from iconic singer-songwriter Alicia Keys, marking her most recent release since 2012′s Girl On Fire. Following singles “In Common,” “Blended Family (What You Do for Love)” and “Holy War,” the album was produced by Keys with help from Mark Batson, Illangelo and Jimmy Napes.
Black America Again
Eleven studio albums into his esteemed career, American hip-hop icon Common is back with Black America Again. Produced by Karriem Riggins, Black America Again follows singles “Love Star,” “Black America Again,” “Letter To The Free,” “Home” and “Pyramids.” The album is out by way of ARTium and Def Jam.
Collage marks the new EP from the smash American DJ duo known all around the world as The Chainsmokers. Their most recent EP since 2105′s Bouquet, Collage follows singles “Don’t Let Me Down,” “Inside Out,” “All We Know” and mega-hit “Closer,” which just dethroned Drake for longest #1 of 2016. Self-produced, the album is out via Disruptor and Columbia.
Listen to the Collage EP here.
American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, actress and former model Tinashe is back with her Nightride mixtape. Released in the wake of her 2014 Aquarius debut, Nightride follows leading singles “Ride Of Your Life” and “Company.” The mixtape precedes Joyride, her eagerly anticipated sophomore album set for release sometime in the next year.
Listen to Nightride here.
The Nashville-based alternative country band known as Lambchop are out with FLOTUS, their 12th studio album to date. An abbreviation for For Love Often Turns Us Still, FLOTUS follows singles “The Hustle” and “NIV” and is out courtesy of Berlin, Germany’s own City Slang Records.
Jim James, known best for being the frontman, guitarist, producer and primary songwriter for American rockers My Morning Jacket is out today with Eternally Even. Produced by James with help from Blake Mills, the artist’s third studio full-length follows singles “Same Old Lie” and “Here In Spirit.” The album is out by way of Universal.
The Heavy Entertainment Show
Former Take That heartthrob and subsequent solo success Robbie Williams returns with The Heavy Entertainment Show, the Englishman’s seventh studio full-length as a solo artist. Produced by Guy Chambers and Richard Flack, the album follows leading singles “The Heavy Entertainment Show,” “Party Like a Russian” and “Love My Life” and it out on Columbia Records.
Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions
Until the Hunter
Until the Hunter marks the third studio LP from the alternative rock and dream-pop outfit known as Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions. Their first album since 2009′s Through the Devil Softly, the record follows singles “Isn’t It True” and “Let Me Get There” and features contributions from Mariee Sioux, Kurt Vile, Jim Putnam, Michael Masley and Irish band Dirt Blue Jean. The album is out by way of Tendril Tales.
Listen to Until the Hunter here.
Lee Fields & The Expressions
Special Night marks the fourth studio full-length from veteran soul and funk musician Lee Fields and his excellent backing band, The Expressions. Available by way of Big Crown Records, Special Night follows leading singles “Special Night” and “Make the World.”
Listen to Special Night here.
Celebrated English folk singer Shirley Collins returns with Lodestar, her first record in over 35 years. Recorded by Stephen Thrower and Ossian Brown and produced and musically directed by Ian Kearey, the album follows leading singles “Cruel Lincoln,” “Death and the Lady” and “Pretty Polly” and is available courtesy of Domino Records.
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