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 the past two weeks (released June 2 and 9, 2015). See all the latest here.
- Drones by Muse
Alternative Pop/Rock. Arena rock political protest album
- Sticky Fingers by The Rolling Stones:
Super-Deluxe reissue of the 1971 classic is highlighted by an alternate "Brown Sugar" featuring Eric Clapton, and killer vintage live tracks.
- More Faithful by No Joy
Alternative/Indie Rock. Third album from shoegaze-friendly quartet is a high-watermark of inventive production and darkly blissful songwriting.
- Passion World by Kurt Elling
Contemporary Jazz. A yearning, literate collection of songs from around the world held together by Elling's nuanced, lyrical vocals.
- Call Me Insane by Dale Watson
Alt-Country. Another dose of high-octane Texas honky tonk, along with a few quality weepers and a dash of countrypolitan.
- Bound By The Blues by Sonny Landreth
Electric Blues. After 12 years, the guitarist and his longstanding trio deal out a back-to-basics hard blues album.
- How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful by Florence + The Machine
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock. Deluxe edition of Florence Welch's third studio long-player finds the English songtress dialing back and looking inward.
- All Your Favorite Bands by Dawes
Rock. Literate, impeccably produced rumination on love, memory, and the music that moves our hearts.
- Saved By The Bell: The Collected Works Of Robin Gibb 1968-1970
Pop. Excellent archival box containing all of Gibb's recordings from his two-year hiatus from the Bee Gees at the dawn of the '70s.
- Everything Is 4 by Jason Derulo
Pop. Containing some of the singer's best frivolous pop material, this features a guest list that ranges from Stevie Wonder to Meghan Trainor.
- Currency Of Man by Melody Gardot
Contemporary Singer/Songwriter. This is the artist's cut of this album, recorded in Los Angeles with Larry Klein. Blues and vintage, jazzy R&B.
- Big Love by Simply Red
Adult Contemporary. A smooth collection of slow-burning romantic high-class soul from this reunited band.
- The High Country by Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin
Indie Pop. Tom Hembree returns on bass for the band's fifth studio album, which ups tempos and power for a melodically sweet yet electrified reunion.
- One Lost Day by The Indigo Girls
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock. Teaming with a new producer, the duo enters its fourth decade empowered and adventurous on this bracing set.
- Summer Forever by Billy Currington
Contemporary Country. A bright but chilled-out summertime party record from the laid-back country singer.
- Silverball by The Barenaked Ladies
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock. Pinball and boxing themes inform this sparkling, ebullient return to form for the Canadian outfit.
- Carnation by Daughn Gibson
Alternative/Indie Rock. Singer and songwriter walks away from his country leanings and is transformed into a moody new wave guy.
- Kicker by Zella Day
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock. Rootsy yet bombastic electronic-infused pop and folk from the Arizona-born singer.