Every Tuesday new music is released and you get immediate access to stream it, with no advertising, no waiting, just the music you want to hear. Here are highlights from this week, released May 18, 2015. See all the latest here.
- Saturns Pattern by Paul Weller. British Traditional Rock. A "spacey, soulful rebirth".
- The Desired Effect by Brandon Flowers, the second solo album from this singer from The Killers. "infectious, synthy melange of '80s adult-contempo pop".
- Welcome Back To Milk by Du Blonde. Indie Rock from a "former anti-folk singer".
- Mystery Glue by Graham Parker & The Rumour. Indie Rock. "Former Angry Young Man becomes the Larry David of pub rock".
- Monterey by The Milk Carton Kids. Indie Rock. Recorded live in empty venues (pre-show). "near flawless guitar work and harmonizing of the Kids' wistful folk".
- Skeleton Crew by Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear. Pop/Rock debut album from a mother/son duo. "a singular blend of folk, blues, and gospel influences".
- Self-titled album by The Helio Sequence. Indie Rock. This Portland, Oregon based noise-pop group's sixth album. " full of clean, streamlined tunes".
- Songs Of Thessaloniki by Savina Yannatou and Primavera en Salonico. Greek Folk. "a beguiling musical portrait of Thessaloniki's rich cultural history".
- Alone With A Friend by Talk In Tongues. Indie Rock. Debut album from L.A. band who "love hazy, effects-driven neo-pysch (think Tame Impala)".