New Music - Friday, March 18, 2016

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Every week new music comes out, whether we announce it here or not! This week there are some great new tunes to listen to, whatever style of music you enjoy. I've also included a couple in the list below that came out early this year, but I haven't talked about new music in a while and wanted to make sure you didn't miss them. You can always stay on top of the latest music here. Hopeyou have a great weekend!

  • This Is What the Truth Feels Like by Gwen Stefani
    Adult Alternative Pop/Rock. Gwen Stefani takes stock of all of her life changes -- and some pop music trends -- on her first solo album in a decade.
  • Post Pop Depression by Iggy Pop
    Contemporary Pop/Rock. The proto-punk icon teams up with Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age for a set of bold, intelligent rock & roll.
  • Southern Family by Various Artists
    Country-Rock. Producer Dave Cobb's multi-artist mosaic portrays the rich complexities of modern Southern music.
  • Party Rock Mansion by Redfoo
    Club/Dance. The party doesn't stop as the LMFAO member goes solo with worthy tracks like "Party Train" and "Juicy Wiggle."
  • Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future by Underworld
    Techno. A near-perfect album from the veteran electronica artist, co-produced with the group High Contrast.
  • Schubert, Beethoven by Grigory Sokolov
    Keyboard (classical). Grigory Sokolov's 2013 recitals in Warsaw and Salzburg are combined in this double CD from Deutsche Grammophon.
  • Zootopia (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Michael Giacchino
    From the composer of such Pixar classics as The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Up, and Inside Out, comes a percussive, playful, and heartfelt score that includes the Sia- and Stargate-penned single "Try Everything," as performed by Shakira.
  • This Unruly Mess I've Made by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
    Rap. "Surprisingly good at dealing with guilt and expectations, exorcizing its demons in a way hardcore fans can enjoy, and casual listeners can avoid."
  • Painkillers by Brian Fallon
    Alternative. The solo debut from the moonshine-voiced Gaslight Anthem frontman, Painkillers sees Brian Fallon holding true to his Jersey punk roots, while establishing himself as a top-tier songwriter.

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