Contact Us Radio: New Music This Week

Thom Yorke, David Bowie, Ben Gibbard
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At Radio, our truly life-altering online station, we’re all about new music. This week, we’ve peppered the playlist with six fresh tunes, two of which come from dear old friends we’re glad to see out of retirement and reaffirming their relevance.

First up, the story of the week, if not the month, if not the year: David Bowie’s surprise comeback single, ‘Where Are We Now?’ The plaintive piano ballad arrived just one day after Britpop heroes Suede made their triumphant return with ‘Barriers.’

Speaking of Brits, Thom Yorke checks in with ‘Judge, Jury and Executioner,’ the latest from his Atoms for Peace supergroup, while singer-songwriter Jake Bugg takes things down a notch with ‘Two Fingers.’

Lest we let those U.K. cats have all the fun, we’ve also added Ben Gibbard‘s ‘Bigger Than Love,’ the former Death Cab leader’s duet with Aimee Mann, and Ra Ra Riot‘s ‘Dance With Me,’ the finest use of synth we’ve heard in some time.

Hear all six — as well as hundreds of other essential tracks — by clicking the link below.

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