New Music Tuesday 5/19/15


This week’s New Music Tuesday contains a solid list of new albums worth your time, finding something new, maybe something you love.

Our top picks this week are new ones from Hot Chip and Tanlines. We loved Tanlines debut album, 2012’s Mixed Emotions, and have been looking forward to their sophomore release Highlights for a while. British electronic band Hot Chip always has the disco strong and their sixth release Why Make Sense? should further expand their dance sounds.

Our full list of picks this week:

Hot Chip: Why Make Sense?

Tanlines: Highlights

Bhi Bhiman: Rhythm and Reason

Brandon Flowers: The Desired Effect

Bryce Dessner and So Percussion: Music for Wood and Strings

Ceremony: The L-Shaped Man

Faith No More: Sol Invictus

Fink: Horizontalism

GoldRoom: It’s Like You Never Went Away

The Helio Sequence: The Helio Sequence

Holly Herndon: Platform

Joanna Gruesome: Peanut Butter

Kopecky: Drug for the Modern Age

My Brightest Diamond: I Had Grown Wild

Shamir: Ratchet

Shilpa Ray: Last Year’s Savage

The Last Tycoon: Death by Dixie

The Milk Carton Kids: Monterey

Total Babes: Heydays

Twenty One Pilots: Blurryface

Zedd: True Colors

Check out the New Music Tuesday list on Spotify:


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