New Music Tuesday! (November 29)

Live releases from Kylie Minogue, Yes and Adele plus new music by Trey Songz, Kid Sister, Jimmy Cliff & more (with video)

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The Dead Lay Waiting, Almost Heaven (Rising)

Gorillaz, The Singles Collection 2001-2011 (Virgin)

Hot Chelle Rae, Whatever (RCA)

Jet Life, Jet World Order (Jets International / iHipHop Distribution)
A mixtape from Curren$y and fellow Jet Life members Trademark Da Skydiver and Young Roddy.

Kid Sister, Kiss & Tell EP (Fool's Gold Records)
The MC born Melisa Young includes four of Kid Sister's latest tracks with a diverse crew of collaborators — DJ/producer duo Nadastrom (Dave Nada and Matt Nordstrom), hip-hop hero Scoop Deville, fellow Fool's Gold rapper Danny Brown, and rap absurdist Riff Raff and bass maestros Sinden & 5kin&Bone5, who appear in "Hide & Seek"; watch the video for the track below.

Lagos, Lagos (Old Tacoma Records)
A collaboration between producers Radius and LEO123 released on Eliot Lipp’s "progressively minded beat music imprint" Old Tacoma Records. The pair take much of their inspirations from 70′s Dub recordings and 80′s house music.

Kylie Minogue, Aphrodite: Les Folies, Live In London [CD/DVD] (Astralwerks)

Smashing Pumpkins, Gish and Siamese Dream Reissues (EMI)
EMI Music re-issues the alt rock band’s first two albums, each with bonus content and special features curated from the band’s archives by founding member Billy Corgan, and remastered for the first time from the original master tapes by Bob Ludwig. Reviews forthcoming…

Richard Thompson, Strict Tempo! (Omnivore)

Trey Songz, Inevitable EP (Atlantic)

YES, In The Present - Live from Lyon (Frontiers Records)
Recorded in Lyon, France in 2009, this package comes with a 55-minute DVD of excerpts from the live performance, candid interviews and behind-the-scenes footage. Official trailer below...

Very light on new releases this post-shopping-bonanza Tuesday. I've included info and links for the ones you want to know about most below, plus some other ones you may never have heard of (but should know), with audio & video for your listening and viewing pleasure. Click here to check out releases that dropped over the past few months ...

Absent, Amber Alert (self-release)
A sophomore LP featuring a guest roster that includes Royce Da 5’9’’, Glasses Malone, Slaine, Stevie Stone, Skatterman, Phil the Agony, Mr. Gene Poole, and the Sp Style All-Stars.

Adele, Live At The Royal Albert Hall [CD/DVD] (Columbia)

Betty Black, Too Much To Resist: The Slow Dance EP (Frau Pink Productions / KID Recordings)

Dave Clarke, Fabric 60: Dave Clarke (Fabric)

Jimmy Cliff, Sacred Fire EP (Collective Sounds)
The 62-year-old Jamaican reggae great presents his first new album in seven years, which includes covers like The Clash's "The Guns of Brixton," Rancid's "Ruby Soho" and Bob Dylan's “"A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall."

Cubic Zirconia, Follow Your Heart (Fool's Gold Records)
The NYC trio purvey a cosmic, futuristic mix of R&B, soul, house music and experimental pop; this is the physical release of their debut LP, which features guest appearances by Dam Funk, Drop The Lime and Bilal. Check out the retrovideo for "Take Me High" after the jump; director Tiombe Lockhart (also the group's lead singer) shows you how a velvet curtain, fur coat and some back up dancers take a great song to greater heights.

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