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November 2019

01 November

Booker T

Booker T. Jones/ ‘Note By Note’/ Edith Street Records


Note By Note is a musical companion to Booker T. Jones’ soon-to-be-released memoir, Time Is Tight, out October 29 on Little, Brown and Company. The newly recorded album celebrates and revisits a number of integral musical moments throughout Jones’ life - from playing with Mahalia Jackson at age 12, to his pivotal role as bandleader, performer and songwriter at Stax, to his focus on production through his work with Willie Nelson and Carlos Santana.

Contact: Natalie Maher

01 November

Leif Vollebekk/ ‘New Ways’/ Secret City Records


Whereas Twin Solitude was about self-reflection, New Ways is about engaging and changing, touching and being touched. It’s a physical record, with louder and tighter grooves, and the rawest lyrics the musician has ever recorded. A portrait of beauty, desire, longing, risk, remembrance—without an instant of regret. 

Contact: Natalie Maher

01 November

08 November

08 November

08 November

15 November

DJ Shadow/ ‘Our Pathetic Age’/ Mass Appeal


The first half of Our Pathetic Age features 11 new instrumental works that balance some of Shadow’s most menacing sounds with beams of hope, including his first fully composed orchestral piece. The second half is a full album of vocal collaborations, ranging from Run The Jewels, Nas and Dave East to Samuel T. Herring, Paul Banks and Wiki, Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon. 

Contact: Natalie Maher

15 November

15 November

Milky Chance

Milky Chance/ ‘Mind The Moon’/ BMG


Mind The Moon (produced by longtime collaborator Tobias Kuhn) is the third album from Milky Chance — childhood friends Phillipp Dausch and Clemens Rehbein — and serves as a distillation of their songwriting spirit. Pulling back from the layered, polyphonic approach of 2017’s Blossom — itself a change-up from the sleek minimalism of their breakout debut Sadnecessary, which produced the global smash “Stolen Dance” — Mind The Moon strikes an infectious balance of melody and atmosphere.

Contact: Jerome Ware

15 November

The Infamous Stringdusters/ ‘Live From Covington Kentucky’/ Tape Time Records


GRAMMY award-winning road warriors The Infamous Stringdusters announce Live From Covington Kentucky, a 21-track album full of “electrifying” (Rolling Stone Country) live performances. Produced entirely by The Infamous Stringdusters’ guitarist Andy Falco, the album features songs from the band’s debut album through its latest acclaimed 2019 studio release ‘Rise Sun,’ to their favorite Phish cover that causes die-hard fans to erupt at shows. 

Contact: Olivia Del Valle

15 November

Collabro/ ‘Love Like This’/ BMG


Recorded with the Prague Philharmonic, Love Like This sees singers Michael Auger, Jamie Lambert, Matthew Pagan and Thomas J Redgave performing sweeping renditions of contemporary favorites including Coldplay’s “Fix You,” Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On,” and Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone You Loved.”

Contact: Grace Fleisher

22 November

Scarypoolparty/ ‘Exit Form’/ Hollywood Records


Scarypoolparty’s exceptional debut highlights his chops as a musical wunderkind, fusing fast-paced walls of sound in an intricately-woven collage of pulsing beats, in a sound “reminiscent of the genre-blending [Post] Malone” on tracks like “Tonight” and “Cholo Live” to “Ministry-like industrial rock vibes” on his latest single “Diamonds” (Alternative Press). 

Contact: Andrea Evenson

22 November

Luke Evans

Luke Evans/ ‘At Last’/ BMG


Luke Evans, the acclaimed actor known for his performances in Midway, Beauty and the Beast, The Alienist and more, announces the release of his debut album. At Last brings together an eclectic collection of modern and classic songs personally curated by Evans to highlight and complement his unique delivery and vocal style. 

Contact: Grace Fleisher

29 November

29 November