We’ve got plenty of dream pop, freestyle rap, and synth swells to go around. Check out today’s impressive album release lineup and revel in the pure bliss of each track.

This is the second album from brother/sister duo Georgia and Caleb Nott. The way they experiment with synth pop proves that their style is growing up right along with them. They even co-wrote “Heartlines” with Lorde.


Cash CashBlood, Sweat & 3 Years
The wait for a full-length album from these talented guys is over, and the payoff is oh so sweet. With featured artists like Sofia Reyes, Nelly, and Christina Perri, Cash Cash gives us 16 full and driven tracks.


Talk about a star-studded lineup. The electronic duo’s new record has guest spots by Ryan Tedder and Pharrell. If you’re confused about the title, it’s a word mashup of Ibiza and California. The duo wanted to combine the stylings of both places to create a fantasy destination.


DJ Cassy (aka Catherine Britton) has been gathering fans around the world for 20 years. This album, however, puts her most vulnerable side on display as she effortlessly weaves in various genres.


DeerhoofThe Magic
The members of Deerhoof spent a week in a desert in New Mexico to write and record this album. Stylistically, the tracks range from light dream pop to aggressive punk rock.

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DemrickCollect Call
The hip-hop artist may have collaborated with some of the greats in the past (think: Snoop Dogg, Xzibit), but he says this album is very personal and his “most vulnerable work to date.”


DJ ShadowThe Mountain Will Fall
After kicking off with a “Hi,” the tracks on this album showcase DJ Shadow’s rhythmic instincts and grounding beats. Listen for the looped piano riffs, impressive drum fills, and synth swells that he executes and delivers beautifully.


Hot Hot HeatHot Hot Heat
The members of this Canadian band have announced that this is their final album. Sad day. The good news is we still get these pop-infused rock songs before HHH exits the scene.


RiFF RAFFPeach Panther
With G-Eazy and Danny Brown making guest appearances, RiFF RAFF’s sophomore album is just as creative as his first. The title track even showcases his insane freestyle skills.

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The Avett BrothersTrue Sadness
This is the fourth album birthed from a collaboration between The Avett Brothers and legendary producer Rick Rubin, and it does not disappoint. They somehow managed to explore new styles while still giving fans everything they’ve always loved about the Avett’s signature sound. Bravo.