Next Tuesday sees a load of new music dropping and many of them are streaming right now for free. Some albums you might wish to check out include:

  • Leonard Cohen highlights this weekend’s stream. The legendary Canadian will release Popular Problems, his thirteenth studio album. NPR and CBC Music have it.
  • Tweedy, which comprises of Jeff Tweedy, his son Spencer, and a couple of their good friends, will release their debut album Sukierae, which they’ve shared during the summer festival season, including at The Ottawa Bluesfest and Newport Folk Festival. Hear it on NPR and CBC Music.
  • Norwegian singer-songwriter, Sondre Lerche, will release Please, which sees the artist best known for his pop music dabble into the areas of funk and other genres. You can hear Lerche’s new album on NPR.
  • Vermont’s Kyle Thomas – better known as King Tuff – has entertained us with his pop-punk-rock sounds. On his third album, Black Moon Spell, he builds on his past leanings but in a much more frenetic and happy-go-lucky way. NPR is streaming the new album.
  • The great Gary Clark, Jr. will be releasing a live album, which was recorded over 18 months of touring. Relive the energy of his live shows this weekend while streaming the album at the NY Times.
  • Canadian pop star Lights returns with Little Machines, her third studio album. NY Times has it as well (scroll down and it’s the third album).
  • Mike Hadreas will release his third album under Perfume Genius. Too Bright sees the Seattle artist continue to write beautiful melodies while taking a turn towards more heavier tones. NPR has the album.

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