Archive for New Releases

Every week, we round up some of the great new Featured Playlists you can find on Music Unlimited on the web, mobile & now PlayStation®4. Check out the latest below!

NaomiIGN’s Naomi Kyle

“If the music keeps me in the intensity of the game without distracting me — then it’s a winner. It’s a double winner if the track serves as a much needed refresher to a game’s mediocre soundtrack. Games with little or no music? I just have fun overdubbing with these favorites listed below. It’s a great way to change up the experience and make it your own.” – Naomi

Featuring: deadmua5, Ke$ha, Drake

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NewReleases415Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.

Highlights:

  • The 20th anniversary edition of NasIllmatic album – considered one of the greatest Hip-Hop albums of all time –  that includes the original 10 tracks and eight remixes.
  • Jason Derulo’s latest full-length constructed of his Tattoos EP and four additional songs including the hit title track and collaborations with Tyga, Snoop Dogg and Kid Ink.
  • The debut album from August Alsina, whose tumultuous home life encouraged him to express himself via YouTube videos that went viral, catching the ear of Def Jam Recordings.
  • New singles from indie crooner Lana Del Rey, Blur’s Damon Albarn, OneRepublic & more.

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NewReleases48Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.

Highlights:

  • A soundtrack of songs inspired by the movie inspired by Need For Speed, including tracks from Aloe Blacc, Kid Cudi & more.
  • SoMo’s debut album, the Texas-based R&B artist whose YouTube cover videos gained several million videos & subsequently, a record deal for his own material.   
  • The debut solo album from The Cool Kids’ Chuck Inglish, which features appearances by Chance the Rapper, Action Bronson & more.
  • New singles from Augustana & Andy Grammer, plus Atmosphere’s oddly-titled track about ”loving something so much that you submit to the moment.” Take that as you will.

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Every week, we round up some of the great new Featured Playlists you can find on the Music Unlimited web and mobile apps. Check out the latest below!

PsychFestAustin Psych Fest

The Austin Psych Fest takes place this week in Texas over three glorious, Technicolor days. The line-up is an incredible mix of genre-defying artists.

Featuring: The War on Drugs, The Zombies, The Black Angels

 

 

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NewReleases41Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.

Highlights:

  • Christina Perri’s sophomore effort that follows her breakthrough debut in 2011 thanks to hits like “Jar of Hearts” and the Twilight series anthem, “A Thousand Years.”
  • Chevelle’s 7th full-length, which they will be supporting with a month-long US headlining tour starting Friday.
  • The epic soundtrack to Captain America: The Winter Soldier, composed by Henry Jackman (X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass I & II, Captain Phillips)
  • A massive new single from Alicia Keys ft. Kendrick Lamar from The Amazing Spiderman 2 Soundtrack, that will be scored by The Magnificent Six (Hans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams, Incubus’ Mike Einzinger, Johnny Marr, Junkie XL, Andrew Kawczynski & Steve Mazzaro.)

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NewReleases325Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.

Highlights:

The 10th album from international pop star Shakira, featuring the hit, “Can’t Remember to Forget You (ft. Rihanna)”
A Greatest Hits collection from the recently departed My Chemical Romance, including one last new song, “Fake Your Death.”
In a fairly non-traditional move, Avicii has remixed his own hit album, True, including the massive tracks, “Wake Me Up” & “Hey Brother.”
A lost Johnny Cash album, recorded over a span of several years in the early 1980’s, featuring duets with his wife June Carter Cash & Waylon Jennings.

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NewReleases318Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.

Highlights:

  • A long-awaited follow up to alternative hitmakers Foster the People’s debut album, featuring the single, “Coming of Age.”
  • The debut full-length album from the crowned prince of this generations surge of EDM, Skrillex.
  • YG’s debut album on Def Jam, which includes appearances by Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Jeezy & more.
  • The official soundtrack to the upcoming Muppets Most Wanted featuring the muppets themselves as well as the film’s stars, Lady Gaga, Josh Groban & more.

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NewReleases311Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Read the highlights and browse new albums below.

Highlights:

  • The second compilation featuring Young Money Entertainment’s marquee acts, including Lil Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Tyga & more.
  • A perfect celebration of 311 Day with the band’s first album on their own label, funded with help from their fans.
  • Aloe Blacc’s chance to shine on his own after being part of one of the biggest songs of last year, “Wake Me Up.” Featuring his own smash hit, “The Man.”
  • The lucky 7th album from country star Sara Evans, which includes features by Gavin DeGraw and Isaac Slade from The Fray.

New Albums Available This Week [3/11/14]:

Various ArtistsYoung Money: Rise of an Empire 
311 Stereolithic
Aloe BlaccLift Your Spirit
Various Artists – Divergent Original Movie Soundtrack
Sara EvansSlow Me Down
Luke BryanSpring Break 6…Like We Ain’t Ever
Juanes Loco De Amor
Capital CitiesIn A Tidal Wave Of Mystery” [Deluxe Edition]
OzomatliPlace in the Sun
LedisiThe Truth
MetronomyLove Letters
ElbowThe Take Off & Landing of Everything
Joywave How Do You Feel?
Bradford CoxTeenage (Original Soundtrack)
Architects UKLost Forever // Lost Together
Chlöe HowlRumour EP
No Mythologies to Follow
The ShrineBless Off

New Singles Available This Week [3/11/14]:

Fun.“Sight Of The Sun”
Sevendust “Black”
Matisyahu“Watch The Walls Melt Down”
Youngblood Hawke “Pressure”

Coming Up Next Week [3/18/14]:

Foster the PeopleSupermodel
SkrillexRecess
Kylie MinogueKiss Me Once
Enrique IglesiasSex And Love
SoundtrackMuppets Most Wanted
YG - My Krazy Life
Taking Back SundayHappiness Is
Tycho- Awake
Madlib & Freddie GibbsPiñata
The War on DrugsLost in the Dream
Kevin DrewDarlings
Black Lips - Underneath the Rainbow
Glee Cast - Nationals
Kaiser Chiefs Coming Home
The Pretty Reckless - Going To Hell
I Am the AvalancheWolverines
David Bisbal - Tú Y Yo
Amy Grant Time Again . . . Live
George MichaelSymphonica
Love & Theft Night That You’ll Never Forget
Dirty Vegas Let the Night EP
La Dispute Rooms of the House
The BothThe Both

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Echosmith

Bands like Tegan & Sara, Haim, The Kinks, The Band Perry & Hanson are just a few that feature one or more siblings as players, finding common ground in their upbringing to create together. A new rising sibling collective is Echosmith, featuring not one, not two, but FOUR brothers & sisters that have made a mark in a short amount of time. After hitting the pavement on Warped Tour and opening for Owl City, Neon Trees & more, they released their debut album Talking Dreams last October. After appearances at next week’s SXSW and Popscene in San Francisco, they will be jumping on the Warped Tour bus once again in June through August.

As a common topic of their songs, the band sent 20 love songs to listen to as an ode to ’80s pop, indie rock, and more. Listen to the whole thing here.

Echosmith Loves You Playlist 

1.   The Cure  – “Just Like Heaven”
2.   Echosmith – “Surround You”
3.   Tegan and Sara  - “Closer”
4.   Lord Huron – “End of the Earth”
5.   Coldplay – “Sparks”
6.   Jason Reeves – “Back With Me”
7.   John Mayer – “Who You Love”
8.   Berlin – “Take My Breath Away”
9.   The Smiths  - “There is a Light That Never Goes Out”
10. Brian McKnight – “Back at One”
11.  U2 – “Two Hearts Beat As One”
12.  Radiohead – “All I Need”
13.  Seal – “Kiss From a Rose”
14.  The Cure – “Friday I’m in Love”
15.  Modern English – “Melt With You”
16.  The Zombie – “Time of the Season”
17.  The Shins – “Girl Inform Me
18.  Jimi Hendrix – “Foxy Lady”
19.  Echosmith – “Tell Her You Love Her”

 

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PharrellPharrell Williams released his latest solo album, G I R L yesterday, following a spectacular performance during the Oscars® of his nominated song, “Happy (from Despicable Me 2.)” This follows a year where he became one of the most prominent stars of 2013, thanks to his work on huge hits by Daft Punk and Robin Thicke. But Pharrell has been on the scene for years, whether fronting the band N.E.R.D. or creating a new kind of pop hit as one-half of production duo, The Neptunes. He’s one of the most in-demand producers around, taking home seven GRAMMY® Awards over time, but hadn’t released any solo material since 2006.

Journey through some of his biggest accomplishments in our new Pharrell Williams: Productions, Guest Spots and More Playlist, now available on Music

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