New Music Releases – September 2014
Some of the year's most anticipated albums will finally see their releases throughout the month of September -- including Ryan Adams' self-titled record, Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy's 'Sukieraie' and Alt-J's 'This is All Yours.'
Additionally, indie-rock fans will finally get their hands on Mike Doughty's latest, 'Stellar Motel,' and Julian Casablanca's new LP, 'Tyranny.' For those who want something just a little heavier, September brings with it releases by the U.K.'s Marmozets and New York's legendary hardcore punks Sick of It All.
From Karen O to Justin Townes Earle -- and plenty, plenty more -- September is chock full of new releases that will likely find their way into your stack of albums. Here is a full list of everything you can expect to find at your local record store, and if we're missing anything, let us know in the comments!
Counting Crows, 'Somewhere Under Wonderland'
Coves, 'Soft Friday'
Esben and the Witch, 'A New Nature'
The Kooks, ‘Listen’
Richie Kotzen, 'Essential'
The Vines, ‘Wicked Nature’
Ryan Adams, ‘Ryan Adams’
Avenue of the Giants, 'Just Between Us'
Death from Above 1979, ‘The Physical World’
Justin Townes Earle, ‘Single Mothers’
Greensky Bluegrass, ‘If Sorrows Swim’
Interpol, 'El Pintor'
Karen O, ‘Crush Songs’
Loudon Wainwright III, ‘Haven’t Got the Blues (Yet)’
Tennis, ‘Ritual in Repeat’
Spencer Burton, ‘Don’t Let the World See You Love’
Mike Doughty, ‘Stellar Motel’
I Fight Dragons, 'The Near Future'
Red Oblivion, 'My Friend Fear'
Shellac, 'Dude Incredible'
Alt-J, ‘This Is All Yours’
Julian Casablancas + The Voidz, ‘Tyranny’
Leonard Cohen, ‘Popular Problems’
King Tuff, 'Black Moon Spell'
Lights, 'Little Machines'
Perfume Genius, 'Too Bright'
Purling Hiss, 'Weirdon'
Ani DiFranco, ‘Allergic to Water’
Dylan Ryan / Sand, 'Circa'
Gerard Way, ‘Hesitant Alien’
Marmozets, ‘The Weird and Wonderful Marmozets’
Sick of It All, ‘The Last Act of Defiance’
Tove Lo, ‘Queen of the Clouds’
Trigger Hippy, ‘Trigger Hippy’
The Vaselines, ‘V for Vaselines’
Caribou, ‘Our Love’
Foo Fighters, ‘Sonic Highways’
Johnny Marr, ‘Playland’
The Melvins, ‘Hold It In’
Minus the Bear, ‘Lost Loves’
Thurston Moore, ‘The Best Day’
New Found Glory, ‘Resurrection’
Primus, ‘Primus & the Chocolate Factory’
We Were Promised Jetpacks, ‘Unraveling’
Weezer, ‘Everything Will Be Alright in the End’
Yellowcard, ‘Lift a Sail’