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October 2021

01 October

Jacob Sartorius

Jacob Sartorius/ ‘Lost But Found’ EP


Jacob Sartorius -- the multi-talented musician, actor, and worldwide social media force -- announces his Lost But Found EP, out October 1st. Arriving in time for his 19th birthday, this 5-track EP is Sartorius’ most vulnerable project to date. From catchy alt-rock beats to powerful pop-punk ballads, the EP unlocks a new chapter in Sartorius’ life in the internet spotlight, channeling the unflinching honesty of the ups-and-downs of his rise to fame: the chaos, the disconnect, the anxiety and all that comes in-between. 

01 October

Karen Dalton: In My Own Time

Karen Dalton: In My Own Time/ Greenwich Entertainment


Greenwich Entertainment announces the release of Karen Dalton: In My Own Time, a brand new documentary that not only honors the long-overlooked legacy and musical impact of the late folk legend, but saves her largely misunderstood story from near devastation. Directed by Robert Yapkowitz and Richard Peete, and executive produced by the multi Academy Award-nominated Wim Wenders, Light in the Attic Records and Delmore Recording Society, the film will open in theaters across the country beginning October 1, 2021, with a premiere at New York City's Film Forum. Following a tragic fire in 2018, which destroyed all the remains of Karen Dalton's personal archive, Yapkowitz and Peete worked closely with her family and estate to capture the vanishing fragments of her life. From troves of newly unearthed material and raw footage, to candid conversations with Dalton's daughter Abralyn Baird and commentary by loved ones, ex-lovers, collaborators and close friends, Karen Dalton: In My Own Time serves as an essential portrait of her singular voice and indelible influence.

01 October

Logan Mize

Logan Mize/ ‘Welcome To Prairieville’/ Big Yellow Dog Music


Buckle up because Big Yellow Dog Music’s heartland troubadour Logan Mize is serving up a hometown helping of brand-new music with his upcoming album, ‘Welcome to Prairieville’ – out October 1.

Featuring 11 masterfully written tracks, ‘Welcome to Prairieville’ not only celebrates Mize’s rural upbringing, but also showcases his unique storytelling abilities that have helped shape his career since the beginning. A true passion project, Mize spent nearly a decade developing the concept behind the album and co-wrote all but one song on the track listing, making this one of his most personal releases to date.

08 October

Natalie Hemby

Natalie Hemby/ ‘Pins And Needles’/ Fantasy Records


2x GRAMMY Award-winner Natalie Hemby is revered as one of the music industry’s most notable songwriters creating hit after hit behind the scenes. Now, she’s poised for a breakout, with the release of her exceptional sophomore album ‘Pins and Needles’ out October 8th via Fantasy Records.

08 October

John King

John King/ ‘Always Gonna Be You’/ Starstruck Records


John King, an artist known for "fresh melodies and lyrics mixed with old school believability” (CMT), announces his debut album ‘Always Gonna Be You,’ out October 8th via Starstruck Records. Tomorrow (6.25), he’ll release “Ain’t Missing You,” a track co-written by King, Josh Miller (Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood, Bebe Rexha) and Jordan Schmidt (FGL, HARDY), who also produced it. 

15 October

Stephan Moccio

Stephan Moccio/ ‘Lionheart’/ Decca Records


After penning chart-topping hits for superstar artists like Miley Cyrus, The Weeknd, and Celine Dion, Oscar-nominated and Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer Stephan Moccio has announced a joyous return to his roots on the piano. One of the most compelling writers in music today, Moccio possesses a rare power to express incredibly complex and nuanced emotions through melody alone, establishing himself as a handcrafting melodist with a “rare gift of delivering emotionally charged tales of love, loss and hope without words” (Billboard). In a musical career that’s included seven hits on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, three Grammy nominations and an Oscar nod for co-writing The Weeknd’s seven-times-platinum “Earned It,” the classically trained virtuoso has announced his most extraordinary work to date. Due out October 15th on Decca Records, Lionheart affirms Moccio as a truly singular force who’s redefining the possibilities of piano music, adding an entirely new urgency to the time-honored genre.

15 October

Seether

Seether/ ‘Vicennial’/ Craft Recordings


Seether’s upcoming album, Vicennial – 2 Decades of Seether, tells the remarkable story of the South African quartet’s career and chart-topping success. The 20 songs on this compilation have amassed 16 #1 chart positions and all are Top 5 multi-format radio hits. This collection is an audio summary of the first 20 years of Billboard’s #8 All-Time Mainstream Rock Artists, which covers the 40-year history of the chart’s existence. The album, due for release on October 15th via Craft Recordings, was carefully curated by frontman Shaun Morgan and highlights tracks from his band’s eight full-length albums — including early breakthrough singles “Broken” and “Fine Again”; the recent #1 on both the Rock and Active Rock charts, “Dangerous”; as well as their fan favorite cover of Wham’s “Careless Whisper.” Known for their dedication to their fans, Seether selected fan submitted artwork for the album cover. 

15 October

Waylon Payne

Waylon Payne/ ‘The Lost Act’/ Carnival Recording Company/Empire


Outlaw country troubadour Waylon Payne announces 'The Lost Act,' three new songs and the follow up chapter to his critically acclaimed ‘Blue Eyes, The Harlot, The Queer, The Pusher & Me’ album. The full album took listeners on a silver screen-worthy journey through Payne’s turbulent and triumphant life battling and overcoming family abandonment, abuse, drug addiction and more, and Payne continues the journey with 'The Lost Act.'

21 October

Rare Americans

Rare Americans/ ‘Rare Americans 3: Jamesy Boy & The Screw Loose Zoo’


Vancouver’s Rare Americans invite listeners into a new world of percolating alt-pop and carnivalesque, backpack hip-hop with the announcement of their new album Rare Americans 3: Jamesy Boy & The Screw Loose Zoo out October 21st. Along with the announcement the band has shared the summer-soaked single “Hey Sunshine” featuring a fleeting romance between a horse named Alfred and a cat.

22 October

Dillon Carmichael

Dillon Carmichael/ ‘Son of A’


Country music’s “most convincing young star since Stapleton” (Rolling Stone) Dillon Carmichael will release his sophomore album ‘Son of A’ on October 22. It’s the follow-up to his breakout debut, ‘Hell On An Angel’ (2018), and it features 14 tracks, half of which were co-written by the Kentucky native, with seven produced by Jon Pardi and Ryan Gore.

‘Son of A’ continues Carmichael’s lauded neo-traditional approach to country music, “matching the textures of yesteryear to the melodies of today” (The New York Times) in a seamless and unique fashion. “Hot Beer,” Carmichael’s "12-ounce can of sarcastic, commercial potential” (Billboard), and the hilarious “Big Truck,” co-written alongside David Lee Murphy and Jessi Alexander, showcase a more playful side to the Kentucky native, while “Paychecks and Longnecks,” one of four Dann Huff-produced tracks, perfectly pairs his burly, charismatic twang with a blue-collar-inspired hook.

22 October

Steve Holy

Steve Holy/ ‘A Christmas To Remember’/ Thrill Hill Records


Steve Holy returns to the studio for the first time in nearly a decade to release ‘A Christmas To Remember,’ available Fri., Oct. 22 via Thrill Hill Records. Known for his multi-week No.1 singles “Brand New Girlfriend” and “Good Morning Beautiful” -- a song released in 2000 that went on to become one of the decade’s most played songs on country radio -- the Texas native will ring in the holidays with a 10-track album chock-full of festive favorites and one yuletide original.

29 October

Keyboard Fantasies

Keyboard Fantasies/ Greenwich Entertainment


As a sci-fi obsessed woman living in near isolation, Beverly Glenn-Copeland wrote and self-released Keyboard Fantasies in Huntsville, Ontario back in 1986. Recorded in an Atari-powered home studio, the cassette featured seven tracks of a curious folk-electronica hybrid, a sound realised far before its time. Three decades on, the musician – now Glenn Copeland – began to receive emails from people across the world, thanking him for the music they’d recently discovered. Courtesy of a rare-record collector in Japan, a reissue of Keyboard Fantasies and subsequent plays by Four Tet, Caribou and more, the music had finally found its audience two generations down the line. Keyboard Fantasies sees the protagonist commit his life and music to screen for the first time - an intimate coming of age story spinning pain and the suffering of prejudice into rhythm, hope and joy. Half aural-visual history, half DIY tour-video, the film provides a vehicle for our newly appointed queer elder to connect with youth across the globe. A timely lullaby to soothe those souls struggling to make sense of the world.

29 October

Johnny Cash At The Carousel Ballroom

‘Bear’s Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash, At The Carousel Ballroom April 24, 1968’/ Renew Records/BMG


On September 24, the Owsley Stanley Foundation and Renew Records/BMG will release Bear’s Sonic Journals: Johnny Cash, At The Carousel Ballroom, April 24 1968, an historic and never-heard live concert recorded in San Francisco by innovative sound wizard Owsley Stanley. Captured in the heart of Haight-Ashbury, just days before the release of Cash’s iconic At Folsom Prison album (and over six months before the arrival of the equally revered At San Quentin), At The Carousel Ballroom serves as a third essential - and wholly unique - live document from the era, a moment of cultural collision, with Cash leaning into songs about society’s outcasts, while playing a venue operated by The Jefferson Airplane and Grateful Dead.