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Make your headphones happy with these new releases on Music Unlimited. Listen now.


Stalley, Ohio (Explicit)

Flight Facilities, Down To Earth

Leighton Meester, Heartstrings

Sam Hunt, Montevallo

The Who, Who Hits 50

Flaming Lips & Fwends, With a Little Help From My Friends

Black Veil Brides, Black Veil Brides

Adlib, The Highway

Yusuf / Cat Stevens, Tell ‘Em I’m Gone

Natural Numbers, Natural Numbers in Dub

Chris Tomlin, Love Ran Red

Apollo Brown, Blasphemy

Sage, In Between

Grouper, Ruins

Rancid,…Honor Is All We Know (Deluxe Edition)

KISS, Love Gun DLX

T.I. , Paperwork (Deluxe Explicit)

Jessie Ware, Tough Love (Deluxe)

Kiesza, Sound Of A Woman

Logic, Under Pressure (Deluxe)


“Soul Food,” Big K.R.I.T. feat Raphael Saadiq

“This Is Not A Game,” The Chemical Brothers feat Miguel

“KTown Riot,” Far East Movement

“Do Not Disturb,” Teyana Taylor feat Chris Brown

“Beg For It,” Iggy Azalea feat MØ

“Often,” The Weeknd

“In Your Arms,” Nico & Vinz

“Vampires,” Ryan Adams

“Drinking Class,” Lee Brice

“Adios (English Vers) ,” Ricky Martin

“Treat Me Like Fire,” LION BABE

“Love Me Harder,” Ariana Grande and The Weeknd

“Centuries,” Fall Out Boy

‘Limos,” Vince Staples feat Teyana Taylor

“Nu-World,” Re Dupre

“Lips Are Movin,” Meghan Trainor

“Feels Like Vegas,” Tinashé

“Smile,” Mikky Ekko

“All I See,” Bondax

“Numbers,” Hoodie Allen

“Anything Goes,” Florida Georgia Line

“Neu Law,” Theophilus London

“Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar) ,” Flying Lotus

“U KNOW,” Prince

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Earlier this month, Music Unlimited went back to Red Bull Studios in London with a handful of up-and-coming U.K. artists, including Breton, JAWS and former Bloc Party frontman Kele. We brought back videos of the amazing performances and exclusive interviews from the event, which you can watch right here.




Head over to the Music Unlimited YouTube page for more.


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Alien Isolation: Friday Night Gamers

It’s Friday Night Gamers time, and following its release last week, this weekend is all about Alien Isolation!

Country New Releases, Mid-Oct. 2014

Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Toby Keith, Blake Shelton – not simply a list of the biggest country names, but a list of artists with new tracks to check out on Music Unlimited. Don’t miss new material from The Swon Brothers and Mickey Guyton.

Introduction To Power Pop

Coined by Pete Townshend to define the British invasion sound, power pop is highly melodic, Beatles-crazed rock style full of crunchy guitar riffs, soaring harmonies and undeniably catchy hooks. Perfected by Big Star and Badfinger and popularized by Cheap Trick and the less proggy side of ELO, power pop has mingled with new wave, punk, 1990s alternative and indie rock. Some dabble in it while artists such as Matthew Sweet, The Smithereens and Fountains of Wayne have built careers around it.

Slipknot’s KNOTFEST Festival

Since its inception in 2012, Slipknot’s KNOTFEST has become a three-day, multi-stage event focusing on some of the heaviest music made on Earth. This year’s event in Southern California features of course our fearless heroes, Slipknot, but Danzig, Anthrax, Carcass, Napalm Death, Killswitch Engage, Five Finger Death Punch and plenty of other amp-destroying bands from around the globe.

West Coast Hip-Hop Classics from GTA V

Highlights from the Grand Theft Auto V West Coast Classics radio channel. Featuring artists like Dr. Dre, 2Pac & Ice Cube.

New Releases, Late Oct. 2014

Perhaps our most eclectic mix of new material ever – dig into new songs from Gwen Stefani, Cold War Kids, Neil Diamond, Yusuf (formerly Cat Stevens), Logic and the explosive combo of Miley Cyrus and The Flaming Lips on their cover of “Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds.”

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1970s radio had it all – Strutting classic rockers and sensitive singer-songwriters.

Disco was born and so was punk (put them together and you get post-punk).

Devo was suddenly on the airwaves and so was John Denver. Debbie Harry and Helen Reddy stormed the singles charts.

Pink Floyd and Bowie were huge and so were Leo Sayer and any singer who was named Kenny – Kenny Rogers, Kenny Loggins and Kenny Rankin.

There was also a big strain of 1950s nostalgia to the ‘70s, which resulted in Happy Days, “Crocodile Rock,” American Graffiti, Neal Sedaka making a deserved comeback and Paul Anka making a less deserved one. People sang along to “day the music died” way back in 1959 then Elvis Presley ungracefully passed away in 1977.

Socially and politically, it was a time of libertine grooving, grim paranoia and urban decay. The best way to illustrate this dichotomy is to look at the 2 faces of Tony Orlando & Dawn – the upbeat party vibe of TOD’s Prime Time gives way to ennui and the dark, pensive dread and bitter introspection of TOD’s He Don’t Love You.

Listen to it all on Music Unlimited’s 1970s Hits channel.

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The New York City indie band Skaters is on tour in support of its debut album, Manhattan, and we want you to get close to the action when they hit their hometown. Join the quartet onstage on Saturday, Oct. 25 (6 PM PST/10 PM EST) via the PlayStation Live Events Viewer app as they perform a set for our New Legends Concert Series, an ongoing look at New York’s best musical talent featuring marquee events in Brooklyn and Manhattan. So grab a banquet beer, play some air guitar and smile because you’re experiencing something legendary.


Delivered straight to your living room from your PS4™ and PS3™ systems, the Live Events Viewer gives users the opportunity to watch exciting live content or catch up with on-demand viewing of UFC and wrestling events, concerts, races and more all with no subscription and no commitments.

Here’s how to download the Live Events Viewer app for free to get started:

  • Log on to PlayStation®Store on your PS4™ (or PS3™).
  • Find Live Events Viewer for download in the Apps section.
  • Once the Live Events Viewer is downloaded, find it on PS4™ in the TV & Video tile (or on PS3’s XMB under TV/Video Services).
  • Log on with your Sony Entertainment Network username and password.
  • Then, simply select News Legends Concert Series, purchase the event and enjoy the action.

*New Legends Concert Series will be available on the Live Events Viewer app in US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.

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Make your headphones happy with these new releases hitting Music Unlimited this week. Listen now.


T.I., Paperwork
Kiesza, Sound Of A Woman
Logic, Under Pressure (Deluxe)
Ben Howard, I Forget Where We Were
Jessie Ware, Tough Love (Deluxe)
Little Big Town, Pain Killer
Neil Diamond, Melody Road
Annie Lennox, Nostalgia
Bush, Man on the Run (Deluxe Version)
Army of the Pharaohs, Heavy Lies the Crown
Foxygen, …And Star Power
Boaz, Intuition
Cooly G, Wait ’til Night
The Budos Band, Burnt Offering
Inna, Party Never Ends
Slipknot, 5: The Gray Chapter (Special Edition)
Kindness, Otherness
Mark Lanegan Band, Phantom Radio
Priory, Weekend EP


“Bad Thing,” Kiesza feat Joey Bada$$
“Body Language,” Kid Ink
“Don’t It,” Billy Currington
“Whole Damn Year,” Mary J. Blige
“Gust Of Wind,” Pharrell Williams
“Text Me In The Morning,” Neon Trees
“Multiply,” A$AP Rocky
“If Your Heart Can Handle It,” Nashville Cast feat Aubrey Peeples and Chris Carmack
“Hold Me (feat. Pusha T) ,” Janine And The Mixtape
“Kanye,” The Chainsmokers feat Siren
“Dusty Beds,” Fences
“So Far Away,” Mary Lambert
“Pu$$y (feat. Billy Blue) ,” Lupe Fiasco
“Drunk Americans,” Toby Keith
“Party Ain’t A Party,” Jamie Foxx feat. 2 Chainz
“Not On Drugs,” Tove Lo
“Lifestyle,” Rich Gang feat Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug
“L.A.LOVE (la la) (Revised Audio/Final) ,” FERGIE
“No Mediocre,” T.I. feat. Iggy Azalea
“Shake It Off,” Taylor Swift
“Assassin (feat. Amanda Blank) ,” Spank Rock
“Trouble with My Baby,” Paloma Faith
“Outer Space (feat. Genevieve) ,” G
“Pay Attention,” Big K.R.I.T. feat Rico Love

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Shadow of Mordor: Friday Night Gamers: It’s Friday Night Gamers time, and this week is all about Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor! Listen to our brand new selection of songs as you battle as Talion in Middle-Earth to break his curse.

Stax Soul Classics: The flagship indie label that defined the Southern soul sound, Stax Records introduced the pop world to such stellar artists as Otis Redding, The Staple Singers, William Bell and The Dramatics. Stax talents such as Isaac Hayes, The Bar-Keys and Booker T & The MG’s started as behind-the-scenes alchemists and were quickly elevated to brilliant careers. Stax folded in 1975 but its catalog is still prized today.

Dance/Electronic New Releases: Fantastic mix this week of new tracks from SBTRKT, The 2 Bears, Royksopp as well as top singles from Deejay Deer and AVICII. We start this mix off with a track from techno pioneers LFO, whose founding member Mark Bell sadly passed away this week.

Brit Pop: When American grunge ascended at the start of the ‘90s, Britain fought back for alt rock dominance with a guitar-based party-ready sound that recalled everything from the glory days of The Beatles and The Stones to The Smiths and The Jam. Blur, Oasis, Supergrass, The Verve and Pulp led the new breed while veterans such as Paul Weller, Morrissey, Julian Cope and Edwyn Collins were sited as key influences.

Intro To…Movie Themes: Imagine watching Jaws without John Williams’ gripping film score. Movies have been brightened by the orchestral brilliance of Bernard Herrmann, Ennio Morricone and Philip Glass and given jazzy, midnight sheen by the likes of Henry Mancini, John Barry and Duke Ellington. Today’s synth mavens, such as Cliff Martinez and Daft Punk compose pulsating electronic scores which recall the glory days of Vangelis and Giorgio Moroder. The directors John Carpenter and Clint Eastwood often score their own films.

Alt/Indie New Releases: Weezer are back with an album that delivers on the promise of the Blue Album so many years ago. Other new tracks comes from Tweedy, Perfume Genius and Christopher Owens (ex-Girls). Don’t miss out on the especially Kate Bush-esque tracks from BØRNS and Lydia Ainsworth.

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Solo John Lennon excelled at direct, often painfully confessional songs that confronted his childhood, his emotional highs and lows, political ideals and the course of his marriage to Yoko Ono. Often at his artistic best when his life was falling apart, Lennon recorded these songs in ten short years when he was fighting to stay in America, separating and reuniting with Yoko, and starting over as a husband and father. We collected some of the best for our John Lennon: MU Icon playlist, which features beloved songs such as “Imagine,” “Jealous Guy” and “(Just Like) Starting Over.”

Listen to the John Lennon: MU Icon playlist right here.

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Make your headphones happy with these new releases hitting Music Unlimited this week. Listen now.


U2, Songs Of Innocence (Deluxe)
Florida Georgia Line, Anything Goes
Nico & Vinz, Black Star Elephant
Jessie J, Sweet Talker
Hoodie Allen, People Keep Talking
Kiesza, Sound of a Woman
Jessie Ware, Tough Love
Stars, No One Is Lost
The Game, Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf
Foxygen, …And Star Power
Logic, Under Pressure [Deluxe Edition][Explicit]
Frazey Ford, Indian Ocean
The 2 Bears, The Night Is Young
Mary Lambert, Heart On My Sleeve (Deluxe)
Kindness, Otherness
Inna, Party Never Ends
Melvins, Hold It In
The Swon Brothers, The Swon Brothers
Slipknot, 5: The Gray Chapter (Special Edition)
Diamond District, March on Washington


“London Queen,” Charli XCX
“Gust Of Wind,” Pharrell Williams
“Crazy,” Boosie BadAzz
“Keep Doin’ That (Rich Bitch) ,” Rick Ross feat R Kelly
“Hold Me (feat. Pusha T) ,” Janine And The Mixtape
“If Your Heart Can Handle It,” Nashville Cast feat Aubrey Peeples and Chris Carmack
“Blame,” Calvin Harris feat. John Newman
“With You,” Dirty South feat FMLYBND
“Not For Long (feat. Trey Songz) ,” B.o.B.
“Yellow Flicker Beat (From The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1) ,” Lorde
“So Far Away,” Mary Lambert
“Set Me Free,” Dillon Francis & Martin Garrix
“Drunk Americans,” Toby Keith
“All I See,” Bondax
“Falling Apart,” Emile Haynie feat Andrew Wyatt and Brian Wilson
“Shotgun Rider,” Tim McGraw
“Heroes (we could be) ,” Alesso feat Tove Lo
“Best Mistake,” Ariana Grande feat Big Sean
“Rollercoaster,” Bleachers
“Fiesta REMIX,” Sicko Mobb feat. A$AP Ferg
“Remember (Part 2) ,” Keyshia Cole
“Unmissable,” Gorgon City feat Zak Abel
“Booty,” Jennifer Lopez feat Iggy Azalea
“Skulls,” Röyksopp

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Need for Speed: Friday Night Gamers

It’s Friday Night Gamers time and this week it’s all about the fastest tracks to drive to whilst playing Need for Speed

Power Ballads

Let’s praise those grand rock ‘n’ roll gestures with some of the best, most over-the-top mid-tempo showstoppers around. Grab your loved one and get those lighters out (or a comparable app).

Classical New Releases, October, 2014

Major new releases from American composer Steve Reich, Scotland’s Nicola Benedetti and the South African born, London bred Daniel Hope join equally heralded works from Khatia Buniatishvili, Daniel Barenboim and Jenny Lin.

Remembering Paul Revere: Garage Rock Pioneer

Paul Revere’s driving organ sound, as well as his energized onstage persona, helped make The Raiders one of the true American triumphs during the British Invasion era. Their R&B-infused, tightly compacted early material embodied the raw sound of the Pacific Northwest while songs like “Kicks” and “Hungry” put them and their tri-cornered hats in front of millions.

Aphex Twin: MU Icon

Aphex Twin’s new album Syro melds melancholy melodies with a wide array of tumbling and hyper-kinetic beats. It’s a familiar sound echoing his ‘90s work but with more assured nature. Take a listen to some of the music that lead to this point, it’s the sound of a singular talent in the electronic world, one that makes him an ideal MU Icon.

New Releases, October 2014

We’re happy to announce the return of the John Lennon catalog this week. “Imagine” leads off a strong week of new material from the Sam Smith-meets-Elton John-esque sounds of Hozier as well as new tracks from Weezer, Flying Lotus, Childish Gambino. Be sure to check out Frazey Ford’s fine mix of folk and classic soul on “September Fields.”

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