When it’s been a rough week, sometimes it helps to let loose a little. And what better way to let loose than to blast some new tunes? We’ve got 15 bad boys lined up on the new release list to make your weekend great.

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Xiu Xiu – Forget

This is the experimental band’s “most direct engagement with pop music,” bringing in rock n’ roll as well as classic synthpop.

Gang Signs & Prayer 

Debut studio album from this British grime MC. But with this release, he’s definitely not JUST grime. Good mix of song and rap.

Future – HNDRXX

Yes, he released an album last week. Yes, this one’s got 17 tracks. What else would you expect from Future?

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Flying Microtonal Banana

Microtonal tuning and Turkish horns give this psychedelic rock band an all new twist on everything you’ve come to love from them.

Old 97’s Graveyard Whistling

These Texas boys are going a lil’ darker on their 11th album. You’ll still hear that alt-country feel that they’re known for, but definitely a different vibe.

The Koreatown Oddity – Finna Be Past Tense

Captivating lo-fi hip-hop with an ethereal feel to it. Listening to the album feels like finishing the arc of a comic book.

Los Campesinos! – Sick Scenes

This one brings back the old energy and aggression fans of their earlier work will immediately appreciate.

Crystal Fairy – Crystal Fairy

This supergroup featuring members of the Melvins, At the Drive-In, and Le Butcherettes has released their debut and it’s all kindsa sludgy goodness.

Dirty Projectors Dirty Projectors

ProducerLayer upon layer upon layer. Around every corner he brings in one more layer of instruments, vocals, or noise. Very complex stuff.

Thundercat – Drunk

Super trippy cosmo jazz. Cosmo, because it’s outta this world. Listening to the album feels like you’re on a spaceship.

Hippo Campus Landmark

Debut album featuring high energy guitar-driven pop that’ll remind you of Vampire Weekend.

Groundislava – Endless Voyage

New record follows up on his 2014 release Frozen Throne. If you’re looking for 80s synth-pop electronic, look no further.

The Golden Filter – STILL // ALONE

The New York electro duo are back with ominous synths and deep bass with vocals that will haunt you.

Yuksek – Nous Horizon

Five years since the last studio release, he’s going back to his roots in classical piano, writing music that fits somewhere between soul, electro, and soul.

Dude York – Sincerely

Power-pop trio outta Seattle channels the happy-go-lucky sound of 90’s pop on their second studio release.