In 2016, we were treated to a ton of great music from all over the musical spectrum. And if the list of 2017 new music releases lives up to its promise, we’ll be in for plenty more in the new year.

We’ll still be hungover from the night before when we get the first music of 2017, Reflection by Brian Eno. Later that month, we’l be treated to new efforts by Dropkick Murphys, the Flaming Lips, hip-hop supergroup Run the Jewels, the xx and Bash & Pop, the revival of an early-‘90s band fronted by former Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson.

From there, we can expect veterans like Ryan Adams, Less Than Jake and the Feelies to deliver, and we’ll also see the debut of a new supergroup, Crystal Fairy, featuring members of Melvins, At the Drive-In and Le Butcherettes. Beyond that, we have the first record in nearly 20 years from the Jesus and Mary Chain and the solo debuts by Liam Gallagher and Zack de la Rocha.

There are also many projects where an act -- such as Depeche Mode and U2 -- has promised or hoped to release something in 2017, but has offered nothing definite. So read the list below and click on the appropriate links to learn more about what we can expect in the way of new music.

Jan. 1
Brian Eno, Reflection

Jan. 6
Dropkick Murphys, 11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory

Jan. 13
Flaming Lips, Oczy Mlody
Madness, Can’t Touch Us Now
Nirvana, Incesticide (vinyl reissue)
Run the Jewels, RTJ3
The xx, I See You

Jan. 27
Bash & Pop, Anything Could Happen
Cloud Nothings, Life Without Sound
Japandroids, Near to the Wild Heart of Life

Feb. 3
Elbow, Little Fictions
Less Than Jake, Sound the Alarm

Feb. 10
Marilyn Manson, SAY10

Feb. 17
Ryan Adams, Prisoner
The Orwells, Terrible Human Beings
Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Got Soul
Son Volt, Notes of Blue

Feb. 24
Crystal Fairy, Crystal Fairy
The Feelies, In Between
Old 97’s, Graveyard Whistling

March 3
Colin Hay, Fierce Mercy
The Magnetic Fields, 50 Song Memoir

March 10
Peter Murphy, Bare-boned and Sacred

March 24
Jesus and Mary Chain, Damage and Joy

March 31
Aimee Mann, Mental Illness

TBA / Rumored
The 1975 (untitled, details here)
Arcade Fire, (untitled, details here)
Dan Auerbach (untitled, details here)
Billy Corgan, Siddhartha
The Damned, (untitled, details here)
Zack de la Rocha, (untitled, details here)
Depeche Mode, Spirit
Fleet Foxes, (untitled, details here)
Liam Gallagher, (untitled, details here)
Gorillaz, (untitled, details here)
Michael Hutchence, (untitled, details here)
The Killers, (untitled, details here)
LCD Soundsystem, (untitled, details here)
Live, (untitled, details here)
Lorde, (untitled, details here)
Major Lazer, Music is the Weapon
Modest Mouse, (untitled, details here)
My Morning Jacket, (untitled, details here)
The National, (untitled, details here)
The Shins, I Gleek on Your Grave
Spiritualized, (untitled, details here)
The Strokes, (untitled, details here)
System of a Down, (untitled, details here)
U2, Songs of Experience
Vampire Weekend, (untitled, details here)
Paul Weller, A Kind Revolution

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