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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[Album of the Week]
Yes Lawd! is the highly-anticipated debut full-length from NxWorries, a.k.a the dynamic duo of fast-rising rapper and singer Anderson .Paak and acclaimed hip-hop producer Knxwledge. Released by way of the respected Stones Throw Records, Yes Lawd! follows their acclaimed Suede EP and features the recent singles “Link Up,” “Lyk Dis” and ”Get Bigger / Do U Luv.”
You Want It Darker
You Want It Darker is the fourteenth studio album from Canadian living legend Leonard Cohen. Produced by Adam Cohen (Leonard’s son), the record marks the poet and singer-songwriter’s latest studio release since 2014′s Popular Problems, and follows title single “You Want It Darker.”
Bonafide pop megastar Lady Gaga is back with Joanne. The album marks her fifth studio release and latest since 2014′s Cheek to Cheek, a Grammy-winning duets album recorded with jazz legend Tony Bennet. Produced by Lady Gaga with all-star help from the likes of Mark Ronson, Jeff Bhasker, BloodPop, Emile Haynie and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, the album follows singles “Perfect Illusion,” “Million Reasons” and “A-YO.”
Big Baby D.R.A.M.
Big Baby D.R.A.M. marks the debut studio full-length from American hip-hop breakout D.R.A.M. Produced by Cardo, Charlie Heat, J Gramm, Karl Rubin, Ricky Reed, Rogét, Chahayed and Young Exclusive, the record is out courtesy of Atlantic and Empire and follows singles “Cute,” “Cash Machine” and hit “Broccoli (feat. Lil Yachty).”
Front Row Seat To Earth
Santa Monica’s Natalie Mering is back with Front Row Seat To Earth, her third album recorded and released under her Weyes Blood moniker. The nostalgic singer, songwriter and producer dropped singles “Seven Words,” “Do You Need My Love” and “Generation Y” earlier this year.
Nobody But Me
Celebrated crooner Michael Bublé returns after three years with Nobody but Me, his ninth studio album and last since the release of To Be Loved. Following singles “Nobody but Me,” “My Kind of Girl,” “I Believe in You,” “On an Evening in Roma” and The Very Thought of You,” the record was produced by Bublé with some help from Johan Carlsson, Alan Chang, Jason “Spicy G” Goldman and The Monsters and the Strangerz.
American Football (LP2)
The cult emo/math rock band known as American Football is back with American Football, their sophomore release and follow-up to their classic 1999 self-titled debut. Produced by Jason Cupp and the band, the album is supported by singles “I’ve Been So Lost for So Long,” “Give Me the Gun” and “Desire Gets In The Way,” all of which dropped earlier this year.
Everything Is My Family
Everything Is My Family marks the third studio full-length from London-based indie and electronic four-piece outfit Crystal Fighters. Released courtesy of Play It Again Sam Records, the album follows singles “Law Low,” “Way’s I Can’t Tell” and “Good Girls.”
Listen to Everything Is My Family here.
The Serenity of Suffering
The Serenity of Suffering is the twelfth studio album from nu metal masters Korn. Marking their latest release since The Paradigm Shift in 2013, this album was produced by Nick Raskulinecz and follows singles “Rotting In Vain,” “Insane,” “A Different World (feat. Corey Taylor)” and “Take Me.”
The Radio Dept.
Running Out Of Love
Six years since their last effort, The Radio Dept. is back with Running Out Of Love, their fourth studio full-length to date. The Swedish indie veterans put out the album by way of Labrador Records, following the singles “Swedish Guns” and “We Got Game” earlier this year.
Listen to Running Out Of Love here.
Famously a founding member of both The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, living rock legend David Crosby is out with Lighthouse, his fifth studio album as a solo artist. Following singles “By The Light Of The Common,” “Things We Do For Love” and “The City,” the album is released by GroundUP Music.
Listen to Lighthouse here.
Citizen of Glass
Denmark’s own Agnes Obel is back with Citizen of Glass, her third studio full-length and latest since 2013′s Aventine. Released courtesy of Play It Again Sam Records, the avant-garde folk singer and songwriter dropped singles “Familiar,” “Golden Green” and “Stretch Your Eyes” earlier this year.
Listen to Citizen of Glass here.
Jimmy Eat World
American alternative rockers Jimmy Eat World return with Integrity Blues, their ninth studio record to date and first since 2013′s Damage. Produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen, the album is via RCA and Dine Alone Records and follows singles “Get Right,” “Sure and Certain,” “You With Me” and “You Are Free.”
Listen to Integrity Blues here.
The mysterious rising pop trio known as Terror Jr are out with Bop City, their full-length debut available by way of Atlantic Records. The album follows singles “Say So,” “3 Strikes” and “Come First.”
Listen to Bop City here.
Be Here Now (Reissue)
The legendary British rock band known all around the world as Oasis have reissued their 1997 LP Be Here Now, marking part three of their “Chasing The Sun” reissue campaign. Packed with remastered originals that have the famously boated effort sounding better than ever in addition to 28 bonus tracks, including guitarist Noel Gallagher’s formerly lost Mustique demo tapes.
Listen to Be Here Now here.
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