Friday’s are incredibly exciting here at the Warner Music South Africa office. New Music Fridays is a day when all new releases hit digital and physical stores around the world. Every week, we will showcase some of our exciting releases right here on our website as we help you get your weekend playlist sorted. These are what new releases you should check out this week:
Feder – Blame Me
He;s responsible for hits such as ‘Goodbye’ and ‘Lordly’ and today, French DJ Feder is back with a brand new single. ‘Blame Me’ is an interesting mix of deep house, soul, electronica and pop which is bound to set dancefloors around the world on fire this weekend. This is definitely a track you should be adding to your weekend playlist this week.
The Doors – The Doors (50th Anniversary)
It’s crazy to think that Thr Doors’ fantastic self-titled album celebrates it’s 50th anniversary this year. To celebrate the album’s monumental landmark, a special edition of the album releases worldwide today. The album includes a remastered version of the albumâ€™s original stereo mix, available on CD for the first time in a decade and remastered for the first time in nearly 30 years. Celebrate this iconic rock and roll release by getting your copy today.
Fleetwood Mac – Tango In The Night
Another exciting rerelease this week is the fantastic 14th studio album from Fleetwood Mac. In addition to the albumâ€™s four hit songs â€” â€œBig Love,â€ â€œSeven Wonders,â€ â€œEverywhereâ€ and â€œLittle Liesâ€ â€” the new set features early versions, alternate mixes, instrumentals and demos of songs that ended up on the album or as flip sides of the singles. Most of these tracks are previously unreleased. This is definitely a must-have for the fans.
Mastodon – Emperor Of Sand
American metal group, Mastodon, are back with their highly-anticipated seventh studio album ‘Emperor Of Sand’ this week. The record includes the lead single “Sultan’s Curse”. The group decided to release a concept album which tells the story of a desert wanderer who has been handed a death sentence. “We’re reflecting on mortality,” bassist and vocalist Troy Sanders said in a statement. “To that end, the album ties into our entire discography. It’s 17 years in the making, but it’s also a direct reaction to the last two years. We tend to draw inspiration from very real things in our lives.”