September 11, 2015


I love the Fall (season that is); football, leaves turning and lots of good new music (hopefully). It usually starts in September.

Already Out:
The Libertines: “Anthems For Doomed Youth”
Low: “Ones And Sixes”
Holly Golightly: “Slowtown Now” (the first full band album in over 10 years)
The Arcs: “Yours, Dreamily” (the band includes The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach)
“True Detective: Music From The HBO Series” (the album includes the opening tracks from both seasons and songs from Lera Lynn (“the bar girl”) like “My Least Favorite Life”
Gary Clark Jr.: “The Story of Sonny Boy Slim”

September 18:
Keith Richards: “Crosseyed Heart” (I haven’t heard a Stones solo album I really liked, but we’ll keep an open mind)
David Gilmour: “Rattle That Lock” (The Pink Floyd guitarist will also tour next year)
Chris Cornell: “Higher Truth” (The Soundgarden frontman’s fifth solo album)
Duran Duran: “Paper Gods” (some bands never die)
Judy Collins: “Strangers Again” ( a weird title for an album that includes “old friends” like Willie Nelson, Don McLean, Jimmy Buffett and Jeff Bridges)
Darlene Love: “Introducing Darlene Love” (produced by Little Steven with a few songs by Bruce Springsteen; she needs no introduction as she was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 2011)
Lana Del Ray: “Honeymoon”
Glen Hansard: “Didn’t He Ramble”

September 25:
New Order: “Music Complete”
Patty Griffin: “Servant of Love” (for a sample see/hear our Spotify playlist)
Los Lobos: “Gates of Gold”
Silversun Pickups: “Better Nature”
Don Henley: “Cass County” (his first solo album in 15 years)
Chvrches: “Every Open Eye”
Kurt Vile: “b’lieve I’m going down”
Widespread Panic: “Street Dogs”
Youth Lagoon: “Savage Hills Ballroom”
Peaches: “Rub”