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The Incredible True Story by Logic

If you’re a fan of R&B/hip-hop concept albums, such as Janelle Monáe’s The ArchAndroid or Deltron 3030’s self-titled album, give this one a listen. Like the aforementioned recordings, Logic’s latest offering is a sci-fi concept album.

New Music Friday - 11/20/2015

Looking forward and looking back. Never miss the latest music, streaming 24/7, for free, no comercial interuptions. Here are highlights from today's additions:

New Music from November 13, 2015

Lots of eclectic music hit the streets last Friday. Check out what you can listen to now:

  • Purpose by Justin Bieber
    Pop. Bumpy, oddly compelling restart from the re-emergent pop star.
  • Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings by Kurt Cobain
    Alternative Pop/Rock. A collection of Kurt Cobain home recordings, early drafts, and near-demos to accompany Brett Morgan's 2015 documentary.

1989 by Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams has produced a track-by-track remake of Taylor Swift’s 1989 to beautiful effect. Adams’ soulful vocals have stripped down these songs to their emotional core and given listeners a different perspective on heartbreak - that of a 40-year-old man going through a divorce, rather than the heartaches of a 25-year-old woman. Adams has said that Swift’s original album helped him through his breakup with Mandy Moore, and I can't imagine a more fitting tribute to Swift’s first official pop album.

New Music from Friday, November 6

Last week ended with some great releases. Check them out now!

  • Delirium by Ellie Goulding
    Dance-Pop. British electronic pop singer bursts her sound wide open with a hooky, R&B-infused third album.
  • Seal 7 by Seal
    Adult Contemporary. The singer's first full album of Trevor Horn-produced originals since 2003 is a pleasing continuation of the duo's familiar approach.

Big TV by White Lies

This is White Lies’ most melodic album. The deep baritone of lead singer Harry McVeigh echoes and the driving guitars reverberate throughout each song. Bassist Charles Cave has said that the album follows a story of a couple who leave a provincial area for a big city and, according to Cave, a recurring theme is the idea of equality in a relationship.

New Music Friday, Octboer 30, 2015

Find the perfect soundtrack for your Halloween party or re-discover an old favorite that has been remixed, remastered, or completely re-interpreted. Some great new music droped today - enjoy!

  • Paper Wheels by Trey Anastasio
    Alternative/Indie Rock. A warm, sunny, and rhythmic album that easily conjures memories of mid-'70s Dead.
  • Astral Weeks [Remastered & Expanded] by Van Morrison

New Music for Friday, October 23

Fall is a great time to discover new music. Why not grab a mug of apple cider this weekend and check out one or more of the following albums that were just released today?

  • Sounds Good Feels Good by 5 Seconds of Summer
    Teen Pop. The Aussie outfit's sophomore album of playfully irreverent, '90s-style punk-pop and earnest emo balladry.
  • Liberman by Vanessa Carlton

Future Nostalgia by The Sheepdogs

Upon learning this Canadian group plays good old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll, and being a huge fan of artists like Neil Young and Bob Dylan, I had to listen for myself. I was not disappointed. I could have sworn the trippy opening guitar licks to “Jim Sullivan” was the beginning to “Dear Prudence” by The Beatles. Other songs on this album can be confused with some by REO Speedwagon. And I would’ve insisted that some amazing organ work could’ve been performed by Gregg Allman of The Allman Brothers. If you’ve worn a hole in your classic rock albums, try these guys. You’ll be rocking out in no time.

New Music Friday - October 16, 2015

Hot new music from many different traditions this week. Check out the latest every Friday. Here are this week's picks:

  • The Color Before the Sun by Coheed and Cambria
    Neo-Prog. The New York power trio's unusually accessible eighth album is their first outside of the epic Amory Wars saga.
  • Dopamine by Børns
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