Norah Jones | photo by Diane Russo | courtesy of the artist

An urge to collaborate with as many different artists, producers and engineers as possible led to the making of Pick Me Up off the Floor, the new album from Norah Jones. And after a brief delay, that record arrives today. So does New Medicine. That’s the new album from Mondo Cozmo who wonderfully channels the likes of Lou Reed and The Verve. Also this week, Built to Spill honor the songwriting of the late Daniel Johnston, Naeem Juwan the Baltimore rapper formerly known as Spank Rock releases an album full of collaborations including works with Justin Vernon and Swamp Dogg, and the masked cowboy Orville Peck has a new EP out today too! #PressPlay and enjoy

Norah Jones – Pick Me Up off the Floor

We LOVE: “I’m Alive” (feat. Jeff Tweedy); “Were You Watching?”; “How I Weep”

Mondo Cozmo – New Medicine

We LOVE: “Upside Down”; “Black Cadillac”; “Come On”

Built to Spill – Built To Spill Plays the Songs of Daniel Johnston

We LOVE: “Life in Vain”; “Bloody Rainbow”

Naeem – Startisha

We LOVE: “Simulation” (feat. Swamp Dogg and Justin Vernon)

Orville Peck – Show Pony EP

We LOVE: “No Glory in the West”