New music releases out this Tuesday, March 29: Peter Bjorn and John, The Sounds, Royal Bangs, Broken Bells, Britney Spears, Sum 41, Wiz Khalifa, and many more! (with audio & video)


[image-1], Hand Shakes and Middle Fingers (Decon)


The acclaimed Canadian rapper also known as Luke Boyd dishes out his first proper U.S. release.


Matt Duke, One Day Die (Ryko)


E-40, Revenue Retrievin - Overtime Shift (Heavy and Grind)


Emery, We Do What We Want (Tooth & Nail)


Erland & the Carnival, Nightingale (Full Time Hobby/Yep Roc)


The UK's dark folk rock ensemble presents their debut LP; watch the video for “Map of an Englishman” here:



Josh Freese, My New Friends (Outerscope)


[image-2]The session drummer and songwriter (who's a permanent member of A Perfect Circle) releases a solo LP; the actual release date is April 1, 2011.


Gangpol & Mit, The 1000 Softcore Tourist People Club (Ipecac Recordings)


GDP, Useless Eaters (Run For Cover Records)


Hunx and his Punx, Too Young to Be In Love (Hardly Art)


Innerpartysystem, Never Be Content EP (Red Bull Records)


Boney James, Contact (Verve Forecast)


Ladytron, Best of 00-10 (Nettwerk)


L'Altra, Telepathic (Acuarela Discos)


The dreamy pop duo (made up of singer-guitarist Joseph Desler Costa and singer-keyboardist Lindsay Anderson) presents their fourth studio album. Check out "Winter Loves Summer Sun" below.



[image-3]Lecherous Gaze, Lecherous Gaze (Tee Pee Records)


Los Lonely Boys, Rockpango (Playing in Traffic)


Mary Mary, Something Big (Columbia)


Mercenary, Metamorphosis (Prosthetic Records)


Moon Duo, Mazes (Sacred Bones Records)


The Mountain Goats, All Eternals Deck (Merge)


Willie Nelson, Wynton Marsalis & Norah Jones, Here We Go Again (Blue Note)


The trio pays tribute to Ray Charles on this album recorded live at Jazz at Lincoln Center


[image-4], Moody, Standard and Poor (Sub Pop)


The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Belong (Slumberland/Collective Sounds)


Josh T. Pearson, Last Of The Country Gentlemen (Mute)


Teddy Pendergrass, Teddy Pendergrass – Live In ’82 (Shout! Factory)


A DVD release filmed at London’s Hammersmith Odeon in 1982.


Peter Bjorn and John, Gimme Some (StarTime International)


Radiohead, The King of Limbs (TBD Records)


(The hard-copy release.)


Royal Bangs, Flux Outside (Glassnote Records)


The noisy Knoxville, Tenn. indie post-punk rocktronic outfit issues their third full-length. Check out the first single, "Grass Helmet," below.



[image-5]Todd Reynolds, Outerborough (Innova)


Secret Cities, Strange Hearts (Western Vinyl)


Snoop Dogg, Doggumentary (Priority)


The rap luminary releases his 11th studio album, which features 21 tracks with guests like R. Kelly, Bootsy Collins, Devin The Dude, Willie Nelson, Latoiya Williams, Gorillaz, Young Jeezy, E-40, Wiz Khalifa and John Legend, as well as production from Kanye West (who also lends a verse to his track), Scoop DeVille, Scott Storch and others. The second official single, “Boom,” features T-Pain; video below.


Britney Spears, Femme Fatale (Jive)


The Sounds, Something To Die For (SideOneDummy Records)


Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Sounds debuted the title track off their fourth LP in celebration of its release; check out the video below.



[image-6], Screaming Bloody Murder (Island)


Those Darlins, Screws Get Loose (Oh Wow Dang)


Tennessee's twangy garage pop outfit releases their sophomore LP and returns for Tropical Heatwave on May 14. Click here to read my story on the foursome.


True Widow, As High as the Highest Heavens and from the Center to the Circumference of the Earth (Kemado Records)


Unwritten Law, Swan (Breaksilence Records)


Various Artists, SIN-Atra (Eagle Rock Entertainment)


Timeless Sinatra favorites like “New York, New York" and “Fly Me To The Moon” are delivered by members of Cheap Trick, Twisted Sister, Deep Purple, Anthrax and others.


Various Artists, The Wheel – A Musical Celebration of Jerry Garcia (The Rex Foundation)


A live album recorded at The Fillmore in San Francisco on December 4, 2010, and featuring three of Garcia’s oldest comrades (Jesse McReynolds, Peter Rowan and David Nelson) playing select cuts from his repertoire.


Wagon Christ, Toomorrow (Ninja Tune)


The British DJ/producer also known as Luke Vibert offers up a new solo release. Check out the track "Manalyze This" below.



Whitesnake, Forevermore (Frontiers Records)


The legendary rock band founded by singer/songwriter David Coverdale unleashes a brand new album.


Within Temptation, The Unforgiving (Roadrunner)


Wiz Khalifa, Rolling Papers (Atlantic/Wea)


Yelle, Safari Disco Club (Downtown)


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Tons of tasty new music this week (and a few stinkers too — but we can't blame Britney for sucking, society did that to her...). Check out all of the ones you want to know about (some with audio, some with video) below. Click here to check out new music releases that dropped last week and here for new releases that have come out in the past several months…

, Disguises (Victory)

Alcoholic Faith Mission, And The Running With Insanity EP (Paper Garden Records)

Amon Amarth, Surtur Rising (Metal Blade)

AWOLNATION, Megalithic Symphony (Red Bull Records)

Marcia Ball, Roadside Attractions (Alligator Records)

Between the Buried and Me, Best of (Victory)

Bibio, Mind Bokeh (Warp)

Biffy Clyro, Only Revolutions (Warner Bros.)

Blackguard, Firefight (Victory)

The Boxer Rebellion, The Cold Still (Absentee Recordings)

The London-based alt-rock quartet drops their third studio album, which is produced by Ethan Johns (Kings of Leon, Ryan Adams, Ray LaMontagne).

Broken Bells, Meyrin Fields EP (Columbia)

The project featuring Danger Mouse and The Shins' James Mercer presents a new EP. Check out the title track after the jump.

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