April's Newest Hot Music

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It's been a while since we highlighted new music, but never fear, we're adding new titles every week! Check out some of the latest you can listen to right now - our online music is always free (and we'll never charge you a late fee), and there's never any wait to listen to it. Here are some of the hotest titles that just came out last Friday, April 15:

  • The Hope Six Demolition Project by PJ Harvey
    Adult Alternative Pop/Rock. Collecting raw dispatches inspired by Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Washington, D.C., the artist's ninth album approaches musical photojournalism.
  • A Sailor's Guide to Earth by Sturgill Simpson
    Americana. A sprawling concept album that expands the notion of what constitutes Cosmic American Music in the 21st century.
  • Origins, Vol. 1 by Ace Frehley
    Album Rock. With his fun "all covers" album, the Spaceman offers up one of the best Kiss-related releases in years.
  • No Jacket Required [Deluxe Edition] by Phil Collins
    Adult Contemporary. His third solo album was his biggest, filled with huge modern pop songs and truly heartbreaking ballads.
  • This Path Tonight by Graham Nash
    Contemporary Pop/Rock. Graham Nash faces turbulent times with sensitivity and hope.
  • Red Flag by All Saints
    Adult Contemporary. On their first album in a decade, the soulful British-Canadian quartet returns matured and confident with empowering live-and-learn pop gems.
  • In the Yellow Leaf by Brass Bed
    Alternative/Indie Rock. The Louisiana indie trio turn in a noisier and more urgent effort, but their focus on quality songwriting remains their best asset.
  • Pool by Clairy Browne
    Pop. The Australian retro-soul stylist, joined by Amanda "MNDR" Warner and others, makes a bid for pop stardom in ebullient fashion.
  • Generation Doom by Otep
    Alternative Metal. Generation Doom finds Otep as punitive as ever, raging against the machine and then some via an 11-track assault that touches on everything from LGBT rights to Isis.

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