At Radio, our utterly dazzling online station, we're hooked on new music. This week, we’re serving up six fresh jams, and as always, we're throwing genre constraints out the window. Americana? British indie? The cool, creeping sound of Nick Cave? You want it, you got it.

We kick of this week's list of adds with 'Timeless,' the lead single from 'Such Hot Blood,' the forthcoming third album from L.A. indie heroes the Airborne Toxic Event. Fellow Californians the Cold War Kids are getting ready to drop full-length no. 4, 'Dear Miss Lonelyhearts,' and we've got the first taste, 'Miracle Mile.'

Johnny Marr, meanwhile, is prepping 'The Messenger,' a record being dubbed as his solo debut, and the former Smiths musical mastermind whets our appetites with 'Upstarts.' Another veteran still making vital music is Nick Cave, who's back with his Bad Seeds for 'Push the Sky Away,' which arrives in February. The single 'Jubilee Street' is six-plus minutes of quiet, brooding power -- classic Cave, in other words.

Rounding out the list is 'Indian Summer,' a tune from Welsh alt-rock mainstays Stereophonics' upcoming eighth album, 'Graffiti on the Train,' and 'Poppin' Off,' our funky-fresh intro to party starters Watch the Duck.

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