Album Releases | Week of 9.9.13

Whether you’re an Indie Rock, R&B, Alternative, Electronic, or Country fan – there’s new music to look forward to these next few days. Notable new album releases this week include MGMT’s self-titled third LP (Stream it here), Arctic Monkey’s A.M. (Stream it here), and the first-ever Roots and Elvis Costello collaboration (Stream it here).

New Album Releases This Week – September 9th
Week of September 9th

Release Date Artist Album Genre
Sept. 9th Arctic Monkeys AM Alternative Rock
Sept. 9th Summer Camp Summercamp Alternative Rock
Sept. 10th 2 Chainz B.O.A.T.S. II. Me Time Hip Hop
Sept. 10th Delorean Apar Alternative Dance
Sept. 10th Earth, Wind and Fire Now, Then & Forever R&B/Funk
Sept. 10th Gloria Estefan The Standards Pop
Sept. 10th Goldfrapp Tales of Us Pop/Rock
Sept. 10th Holy Ghost! Dynamics Electronic
Sept. 10th J Roddy Walston and the Business Essential Tremors Southern Rock
Sept. 10th Keith Urban Fuse Country
Sept. 10th Lissie Back to Forever Alternative Rock
Sept. 10th Mark Knopfler Privateering Rock
Sept. 10th Minus The Bear Acoustics II Alternative Rock
Sept. 10th Sheryl Crow Feels Like Home Pop/Rock
Sept. 10th The 1975 The 1975 Alternative Rock
Sept. 10th The Weeknd Kiss Land R&B

Week of September 17th

Release Date Artist Album Genre
Sept. 17th Avicii True [Deluxe Edition] Electronic
Sept. 17th Grouplove Spreading Rumours Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th Five for Fighting Bookmarks Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th Jack Johnson From Here to Now to You Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th MGMT MGMT Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th Placebo Loud Like Love Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th Sebadoh Defend Yourself Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th The Naked and Famous In Rolling Waves Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th Billy Currington We Are Tonight Country
Sept. 17th Chris Young A.M. Country
Sept. 17th Cloud Control Dream Cave Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th Gwar Battle Maximus Hard Rock & Metal
Sept. 17th Said The Whale hawaii Pop/Rock
Sept. 17th The Devil Wears Prada 8:18 Hard Rock & Metal
Sept. 17th The Presets Pacifica Electronic
Sept. 17th The Roots and Elvis Costello Wise Up Ghost Pop/Rock

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