LISTEN: Action Bronson Releases New Track 'Water Sports'

In time for the weekend, Action Bronson has released a new summer-friendly cut titled "Water Sports." The track once again brings the MC together with the ever-reliable producer Harry Fraud. The two previously collaborated for Bronson's Saab Stories EP, which is entirely produced by Fraud. And they have done it again, together with New York's Big Body Bes, creating a smooth, new three-and-a-half minute gold nugget that's perfect for the beach, the lake, the road.

LISTEN: AlunaGeorge's 'Body Music' Album Streaming Early

Days ahead of the release of their debut album, Body Music, English duo AlunaGeorge has unleashed the new set for streaming. Unlike many other recent early streams, the pair has elected against going the iTunes or Soundcloud route. Instead, beginning at 12 p.m. U.K. time and every hour afterward, they unveiled one new track from the record "on blogs that have shown us unconditional support," they said.

LISTEN: The Lumineers' New Track 'Darlene' Off Forthcoming Deluxe Album Re-Release

The Lumineers will release a deluxe edition of their GRAMMY-nominated, self-titled debut album, which went platinum following their GRAMMY performance in February. The updated version will arrive on Aug. 20 via Dualtone Records. Pre-orders for the album begin today. All pre-orders via the label's website will also serve as an entry to win a copy of the original vinyl test pressings.

LISTEN: Icona Pop's New Single 'All Night'; Debut Album 'This Is... Icona Pop' Due in September

Swedish pop duo Icona Pop is finally ready to release their debut album. After the breakthrough hit, "I Love It," featuring Charli XCX, the pair has revealed that This Is... Icona Pop (artwork seen left) will arrive Sept. 24 via Record Company Ten/Big Beat. Along with the news comes a brand new anthem of a single, "All Night," which can be heard below.

LISTEN: The Civil Wars' New Track 'Dust to Dust'

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The Civil Wars on Monday unleashed an emotional new track, "Dust to Dust." The ballad, as NPR points out, aches with resignation. Given the context lately of John Paul White and Joy Williams' broken relationship, the song's lyrics are that much more powerful.

LISTEN: Robin Thicke's 'The Good Life'

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With only days to go until Robin Thicke releases his Blurred Lines album, his team has cranked up the promo. And they're doing an excellent job, we might add. After some upbeat jams, the crooner has released a new ballad, "The Good Life," which is actually the closing track off the forthcoming set.