New music releases out this Tuesday, October 19: Brent Amaker & the Rodeo, Phish, Girl in a Coma, The Heavy, Plain White T's, Kings of Leon, Liz Phair, and more (with audio & video)

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[image-1]Zach Hill, Face Tat (Sargent House)


How to Dress Well, Love Remains (Lefse)


Ima Robot, Another Man's Treasure (Werewolf Heart)


Elton John and Leon Russell, The Union (Decca)


A collaboration between the UK piano-playing singer-songwriter and the US country rockin' pianist/guitarist produced by T. Bone Burnett. Elton John has described it as a "Seventies record with a modern feel."



Syl Johnson, Syl Johnson: Complete Mythology (Numero Group)


A career-spanning four-CD/six-LP boxset (both formats, one package).


Kings Of Leon, Come Around Sundown (RCA)


[image-2], The Heart of the Nightlife (This Is Music)


Kylie Minogue, Rare and Unseen DVD (Top 40 Charts/ MVD Entertainment Group)


Local H, Local H's Awesome Mix Tape, Vol. 1 (G&P)


Mt. Desolation, Mt. Desolation (Cherrytree / Interscope)


Liz Phair, Funstyle (Rocket Science Ventures)


Phish, Coral Sky (JEMP)


This 2-DVD film features the complete, uncut concert from the Phab Four’s November 2, 1996 performance at Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Fla. Check out a wild, stage-on-fire version of "Run Like an Antelope" from the DVD set below.



Plain White T's, Wonders of the Younger (Hollywood)


The Illinois alt rock/pop group releases a six full-length record. Check out the video for "Rhythm of Love" below.



Rod Stewart, Fly Me To The Moon...The Great American Songbook Volume V (J-Records)


[image-3], The Incredible Machine (Mercury Nashville)


Von Pea, Pea's Gotta Have It (Interdependent Media)


Ben Weaver, Mirepoix And Smoke (Bloodshot)


Iggy Pop and James Williamson, Kill City Restored, Remixed, and Remastered (Alive Naturalsound/Bomp! Records)


Pop and Williamson’s often overlooked album was originally recorded in 1975, later released by Bomp! Records in '77, and supposedly, the sound quality was compromised from the get-go due to a bad pressing that was eventually used as the master.  This co-release by Alive Naturalsound and Bomp! Records is a restored, re-mixed and remastered version of Kill City as done by Williamson with engineer Ed Cherney at Capitol Records in Hollywood. According to the guitarist, "He just made this record sound, well, like it should have sounded all along. It has finally reached its full potential."

More new music out today! Yay! Here’s a breakdown of the ones you might want to know about. To see last week’s releases (out Oct. 12), click here; for releases out Oct 5,  click here.

, Please Stand By (Spark & Shine)

Bad Books, Bad Books (Favorite Gentlemen)

The new project from Kevin Devine and Manchester Orchestra.

Blood Red Shoes, Fire Like This (V2 Records)

Eric Clapton, Eric Clapton: The 1960’s Review DVD (MVD Entertainment Group)

Erland & Carnival, Trouble in Mind EP (Yep Roc/Full Time Hobby)

The Extra Lens, Undercard (Merge)

Comprised of John Darnielle (the Mountain Goats) and Franklin Bruno (Nothing Painted Blue, the Human Hearts).

Bob Dylan, The Witmark Demos: 1962-1964 [The Bootleg Series Vol. 9] (Columbia)

Girl in a Coma, Adventures In Coverland (Blackheart)

The band covers songs that influenced them during their formative years; includes numbers by Ritchie Valens, Selena, Beatles, Joy Division, Patsy Cline, David Bowie, Velvet Underground and Buffalo Springfield. Check out their Robert Rodriguez-directed video for the song "As The World Falls Down," originally performed by David Bowie on the soundtrack of the 1986 fantasy film that stars the man himself, Labyrinth.

The Heavy, How You Like Me Now? EP (Counter Records/+1 Records)

The dynamic UK funk-soul foursome presents a new EP. Get a free copy of the title track below, which features guest horn section The Dap Kings (who regularly play with Sharon Jones). For fans of James Brown.

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