We’ve got quite the lineup for you today. Get ready for a Kanye West feature, a throwback to the ’80s and even a short film soundtrack. Check it out, friends.

The jazz band decided to switch it up for their aptly named fourth studio album and feature some vocalists. But not to worry — the tracks are every bit as detailed and instrumentally brilliant as you’d expect. Bravo.


Biffy ClyroEllipsis
In case you’ve lost count, this is album number seven from your three favorite Scots. It’s edgy, tough, and creative. The trio said their goal was to make things sound as “fucked up” as possible.


Róisín MurphyTake Her Up To Monto
After making her mark on the EDM scene as one half of the duo Moloko, this singer/songwriter has made a solo name for herself with her eccentric and quirky style. Her latest album spans several genres and proves her knack for innovation.


ScHoolboy QBlank Face
With Kanye West as a feature, this 17-track album is bound to do pretty well. The hip-hop artist says this project allowed him to get back to his roots and make the record he’s always wanted to make.


ShuraNothing’s Real
Get ready for a trip to the ’80s when you listen to this record. While it’s Shura’s first album, the elegant vocals and mature, heartfelt lyrics will prove that age is just a number. Interscope Records knew what they were doing when they snagged her.


SwitchfootWhere the Light Shines Through
This marks the tenth album and return to the indie scene for the alt-rock band. You can expect more thought-provoking and poetic lyrics that are nothing short of lovely delivered in Jon Foreman’s signature vocal style.


The AvalanchesWildflower
Toro y Moi and Ariel Pink are just two of the many featured artists you’ll get to hear on this long-awaited record. Seriously, though — it’s been 15 years! But, alas, the wait is well worth it since every track is exciting and instrumentally kaleidoscopic.


The Julie RuinHit Reset
If you’re looking for some music with wit, energy, and humor, you’ve come to the right place. It’s indie rock with a post-punk influence tied together with fiery energy. Drummer Carmine Covelli says of this album, “We’re just all very comfortable. We’re not trying to be anything we’re not.”


TTNGDisappointment Island
Contrary to its title, you will not be disappointed by this album. Treasures include impressive guitar picking, unique string arrangements, and a surprisingly small amount of effects.


Woodkid & Nils FrahmEllis
These two artists joined forces for a mini album that also serves as the soundtrack to the short film ELLIS, created by French artist/director/photographer JR. It’s a beautiful, collaborative work of art that will move you in the way all great soundtracks aim to do.