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October 2017

06 October

Rockabye Baby!

Rockabye Baby!/ ‘Rockabye Baby! More Lullaby Renditions of Songs from Hamilton’/ CMH Label Group


Families that just can't seem to hit pause on the Hamilton soundtrack, rest assured – literally. Seven more songs from the record-smashing, Tony-winning musical are getting the baby friendly treatment on the new digital-only EP that transforms the raps, four-on-the-floor beats and Broadway belts of the original into xylophone-peppered lullabies perfect for bedtime.

Contact: Allen Nguyen

13 October

St. Vincent/ ‘MASSEDUCTION’/ Loma Vista Recordings


Annie Clark takes on power, sex, imperiled relationships and death. “Every record I make has an archetype,” says Clark. “Strange Mercy was Housewives on Pills. St. Vincent was Near-Future Cult Leader. MASSEDUCTION is different, it’s pretty first person. You can’t fact-check it, but if you want to know about my life, listen to this record.” St. Vincent produced the album with Jack Antonoff.

Contact: Max Lefkowitz

13 October

Jackie Greene/ ‘The Modern Lives - Vol 1’/ Blue Rose Music/The End Records


The Bay Area-native “Prince of Americana” (The New York Times) and one of "the most notable guitarists from the next generation of six-string legends" (Rolling Stone) recorded and produced his new EP in Brooklyn. These six songs draw inspiration from the great social paradox of our 21st-century world: the technology meant to connect us actually leaves us feeling more isolated.

Contact: Allen Nguyen

13 October

The Barr Brothers/ ‘Queens of the Breakers’/ Secret City Records


Two heart monitors beating slowly in and out of time with each other – this is the theme, and the opening sounds, of the trio’s finest work yet. The new album looks back at a 20-year music career while tackling the hopes and fears of the future; brothers Brad and Andrew Barr are now fathers with their own families, and Sarah Page’s experimental harp playing explores the outer limit of folk, blues, rock and Americana.

Contact: Spencer Roth-Rose

13 October

Nora Jane Struthers/ ‘Champion’/ Blue Pig Music


The Nashville artist offers her most adventurous and fully realized work to date, meshing punk riffs and banjo bluegrass with philosophies from her newly married life. VICE Noisey calls the title track “a love song made for dancing…rock and bluegrass merge to create a joyous, celebratory feeling.”

Contact: Amy Bailey

20 October

Margo Price

Margo Price/ ‘All American Made’/ Third Man Records


Delivering on the promise of her 2016 debut, the breakout country star raises the stakes considerably on her fiery follow-up. These 12 new songs explore long nights, hard days, wild women, cocaine cowboys, politics and sexism with plainspoken poetry and cutting insight. The album includes sweeping orchestration by Lester Snell and guest appearances from Willie Nelson and gospel legends The McCrary Sisters.

Contact: Amy Bailey

20 October

NHD/ ‘And The Devil Went Up To Portland’/ Palo Santo Records


Songwriter-producers Salim Nourallah (The Old 97’s, The Damnwells), Billy Harvey (Bob Schneider, Slaid Cleaves) and Alex Dezen (Justin Bieber, The Dixie Chicks, Dave Grohl) have toured together many times. Now the super-trio finally has gotten together to release an LP. Equal parts humor and heart, the album showcases the infectious lyrical wit and undeniable chemistry of these three kindred frontmen of country-folk.

Contact: Andrea Evenson

24 October

27 October

The Ghost of Paul Revere/ ‘Monarch’/ Kobalt Music Recordings


The Maine “holler-folk” quartet channels New England winters, entomology, Radiohead and Led Zeppelin on its dark new album. The band adds drums, cello and piano to its harmony-heavy folk for a more powerful sound as it takes on a powerful theme: Sometimes rip-your-heart-out pain and isolation are necessary to achieve metamorphosis.

Contact: Hannah Schwartz

27 October

SOJA

SOJA/ ‘Poetry in Motion’/ ATO Records


The internationally acclaimed and GRAMMY-nominated eight-piece reggae act celebrates its 20th anniversary with a new album. The core sound – an uplifting fusion of reggae, go-go, D.C. hardcore, Latin, rock and hip-hop – is as tight and compelling as it has ever been, but now the group digs deeper on its message of finding peace and understanding in a world caught in tribulation.

Contact: Amy Bailey

27 October

27 October

Henry Jamison/ ‘The Wilds’/ Akira Records


On his debut album, the Vermont musician adds an electronic touch to his folk songwriting and diary-like meditations on flatscreen TVs, grocery-store ACs, Lil Wayne lyrics and other mysteries of modern life. Jamison’s keen sense of storytelling runs in the family; he is a descendent of both George Frederick Root, the great songwriter of the Civil War era, and John Gower, the 14th Century British poet and friend to Chaucer and Richard II.

Contact: Allen Nguyen