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New Music Friday: See the Hottest Albums Released November 6th, 2015

Find out what new releases you need to pick up today

New Music Friday

Grimes, Ellie Goulding, Tim McGraw and more have new albums out today.

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It’s another New Music Friday. Here are the biggest, coolest and otherwise most noteworthy albums released today, November 6th, 2015.

Grimes, Art Angels: This is the Canadian art-pop auteur’s first album since signing a management deal with Jay Z’s Roc Nation. It features guest appearances from Janelle Monae and Aristophanese (the Taiwanese rapper, not the ancient Greek comedian).

Billy Gibbons and the BFG’s, Perfectamundo: The ZZ Top guitarist’s first solo album ever has the best title possible for a solo album by ZZ Top’s guitarist.

Ellie Goulding, Delirium: The U.K. dance-pop talent continues her ascent on album three.

Tim McGraw, Damn Country Music: The reliable country singer’s new album features a duet with his daughter Gracie.

Sara Bareilles, What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress: The singer-songwriter penned original music and lyrics for this upcoming Broadway musical, which opens next spring. The show is based on the 2007 film of the same name.

Björk, Vulnicura Strings: An alternate version of her searingly honest 2015 album featuring only string arrangements and her voice.

Floating Points, Elaenia: London neuroscientist Sam Shepherd completed his visionary debut LP at the same time as working toward his PhD.

Hunter Hayes, The 21 Project: The fresh-faced country star’s latest album is a 3-CD concept set which features seven songs recorded three ways: in the studio as usual, acoustic, and live.

Little Mix, Get Weird: The U.K. girl group, who are big in their native land, are on their third album.

Seal, 7: Longtime producer Trevor Horn returns for Seal’s latest project.

Angie Stone, Dream: This is the neo-soul singer’s seventh album.

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