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The Week: Radiohead, James Blake, Dua Lipa and more

The best new music from the past seven days.
Published: 2:51 pm, May 08, 2016
The Week: Radiohead, James Blake, Dua Lipa and more
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[vc_column_text]What a week. Surprise album drops, major league bangers, and the promised return of The Biggest Alternative Band Of Them All - it's been a breathless seven days of new music.

So, as we'll do every week, we've compiled 10 of our favourite and/or most important new tracks for you in one place. No unnecessary waffling on - just a quick playlist to run through and keep in the loop. Bookended by two new Radiohead songs, you'll be able to be firmly up to date before their new album drops at 7pm. Unless you're reading this after it's happened, in which case do keep up.

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