From laugh-inducing musical parodies to dance-inspiring pop tracks, today’s list of new album releases will have a little something for everyone. Check it out below, and be sure to let me know in the comments what you’ll be listening to first!

Army NavyThe Wilderness Inside
Los Angeles-based indie-pop band releases a new album via their own Fever Zone Records.

army navy the wilderness inside

BleachersStrange Desire
GRAMMY-winning musician Jack Antonoff (of fun. and Steel Train) releases his debut under the Bleachers’ moniker, an album featuring the catchy single “I Wanna Get Better.”

Bleachers Strange Desire

Shoegazey garage-pop duo from Glasgow release its self-titled debut album via FatCat Records.


Jason MrazYes!
Upbeat singer-songwriter shares his fifth studio album today, and LA fans can hear its tracks live August 28-30 at The Pantages Theatre.

Jason Mraz Yes

Gerry calls this UK collective’s self-titled debut a “shoo-in for 2014′s top albums of the year lists.” Find out why in his full album review.


Little DaylightHello Memory
Brooklyn alt-electronic trio releases its debut album, which you can find out more about in Marcus’ interview with the band earlier this year.


If you like what you hear from this indie-folk duo’s Sub Pop Records debut, co-produced by The National’s Aaron Dessne, head out to The Bootleg Theater on Friday, July 25th, to catch them live in LA.


MorrisseyWorld Peace Is None of Your Business
After months of build up, The Smith’s politically active frontman delivers his 10th solo studio album, recorded in France at La Fabrique Studios.

Morrissey - World Peace Is None Of Your Business

Rise AgainstThe Black Market
Fifteen years after forming, punk-rock band Rise Against releases its seventh studio album today via Interscope Records.

Rise Against the black market

Weird Al YankovicMandatory Fun
The king of musical parody is back with his 14th studio album today, and he’ll be celebrating its release with a slew of music videos over the next week, starting with yesterday’s “Tacky” (his twist on Pharrell’s “Happy”).


Wunder WunderEverything Infinite
Melbourne producers Aaron Shanahan and Benjamin Plant release an ode to their adopted city of Los Angeles today via Dovecote Records. Catch the duo at The Echo alongside Cymbals on July 22.

Wunder Wunder everything infinite