Lots of new music releases out this Tuesday, September 14: The Black Angels, Les Savy Fav, Cloud Cult, Trey Songz, Linkin Park, Megafaun, Robert Plant, Underworld, The Vaselines, Soulive, Weezer and more (with audio & video)


[image-1], Who We Touch (The End)


Chocolate Genius Incorporated, Swansongs (One Little Indian)


Chromeo, Business Casual (Atlantic)


Cloud Cult, Light Chasers (Earthology)


Leonard Cohen, Songs from the Road (Sony Legacy)


A dozen of live Cohen favorites recorded during his world tour performances in 2008 and 2009 are collected on this CD/DVD release.


Crocodiles, Sleep Forever (Fat Possum)


[image-2], Sit Down, Man (Mixtape self-release)


Dragonforce, Twilight Dementia (Roadrunner)


Justin Townes Earle, Harlem River Blues (Bloodshot)


From A Fountain, Shale & Sandstone (Park the Van)


Levon Helm, Ramble At The Ryman (Vanguard)


This DVD/CD set features the September 17, 2008 performance from Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. Check out Helm and band performing "Ophelia" from the DVD (which originally aired on PBS last year) below.



Infantree, Would Work (Vapor)


James, The Morning After The Night Before (Ume)


Check out a mini-sampler of the album below.



[image-3], Limited Edition Cassette Box (Joyful Noise Recordings)


Jamey Johnson, The Guitar Song (Mercury/Nashville)


Kamelot, Poetry for the Poisoned (KMG)


Krizz Kaliko, Shock Treatment (Strange Music)


Fela Kuti, Zombie (Knitting Factory Records)


The third set in a series of Fela re-issues


Josiah Leming, Come On Kid (Warner Bros.)


Les Savy Fav, Root For Ruin (Frenchkiss Records)


Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz, Crunk Juice (TVT)


[image-4]Linkin Park, A Thousand Suns (Machine Shop Recordings/Warner Bros.)


Lobisomem, Onze Pedraz (Tall Corn)


Megafaun, Heretofore (Hometapes)


A mini (six-song) album.


Mice Parade, What It Means To Be Left-Handed (FatCat)


The New Czars, Doomsday Revolution (Samson Records)


James Nixon, Live in Europe (Blue Label/SPV)


Of Montreal, False Priest (Polyvinyl)


To read my review of the band's fabulous 10th album, click here.


[image-5]The Parlotones, Stardust Galaxies (Sovereign / Rocket Science)


Robert Plant, Band of Joy (Rounder)


Restless People, Restless People (IAMSOUND)


Rah Digga, Classic (Raw Koncept)


Kim Richey, Wreck Your Wheels (Thirty Tigers)


Soulive, Rubber Soulive (Royal Family Records)


The Brooklyn trio brings the funk and jazz to The Beatles' iconic repertoire -- "I Want You (She's So Heavy)," "Day Tripper" and "Something," among others.


Superchunk, Majesty Shredding (Merge)


Check out "Digging for Something" below.



J. Tillman, Singing Ax (Western Vinyl)


Trey Songz, Passion, Pain & Pleasure (Atlantic)


Check out the freaky-sexy video for the single "Bottoms Up" featuring Nicki Minaj below.



Underworld, Barking (Cooking Vinyl)


Check out the video for the first single, "Always loved a film" below.



[image-6], Sex With an X (Sub Pop)


Various Artists, We Were So Turned On (Manimal Vinyl)


A David Bowie tribute album featuring contributions by Warpaint, Duran Duran, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Vivian Girls, and many others. All proceeds go to charity.


Charles Walker, Soul Stirring Man (Blue Label/SPV)


Weezer, Hurley (Epitaph)


Jen Wood, Finds You In Love (New Granada Records)


Zayra, Baby Likes To Bang (Brando Records)

This week’s bursting with new music releases of all sorts. To see last week’s releases (out Sept. 7), click here; for releases out Aug. 31, click here.

The Absence, Enemy Unbound (Metal Blade)

Amely, Hello World (Fearless Records)

Azure Ray, Drawing Down The Moon (Saddle Creek)

The Bad Plus, Never Stop (HUI/Universal/Do the Math Records)

Big B, Good Times & Bad Advice (Suburban Noize)

The Black Angels, Phosphene Dream (Blue Horizon)

Check out a video teaser for the dark psyche rock band's new album below:

, Album Of The Year (Decon)

Eden Brent, Ain't Got No Troubles (Yellow Dog)

Terry Brock, Diamond Blue (Frontiers)

Buke & Gass, Riposte (Brassland)

The Chapin Sisters, Two (Lake Bottom)

Check out the video for "Digging a Hole" below.

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