A monster week, with albums from Mumford & Sons, No Doubt, Green Day, Deadmau5, TZU, Lupe Fiasco and more.
There’s been a bounty of albums in September, and it continues today with the long-awaited second album from Mumford & Sons titled Babel. Speaking of long-awaited, the reunion album from No Doubt Push & Shove is also out, as well as the first installment of Green Day’s triple-header Uno.
That’s not all. EDM star Deadmau5 releases his cheekily titled >Album Title Goes Here< and a newly electro-fied locals TZU release their comeback album Millions Of Moments (check out our chat with them below).
Rickie Lee Jones has her new album The Devil You Know, Big & Rich drop their Hillbilly Jedis, Dwight Yaokam releases 3 Pears and Nashville singer Easton Corbin has All Over The Road.
UK singer-songwriter (and SBTRKT collaborator) Jessie Ware releases her Mercury Prize-nominated Devotion and young British pop star Conor Maynard has his debut album Contrast.
Broken Social Scene member Jason Collett offers alt-country album Reckon and folkie-pop Aussie Sarah Humphreys has her second full-length album Hello.
Pop-punks Go Radio deliver their second album Close The Distance, UK melodic hardcore outfit We Are The Ocean have their third Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow, and post-hardcore band Title Fight release their second effort Floral Green.
Australian soprano Jane Sheldon delivers Song Of An Angel on ABC Classics, LA jazz-guitar virtuoso Lee Ritenour has Rhythm Sessions and Rachael MacFarlane (sister of Seth) does the jazzy Hayley Sings.
Iron Maiden founder and guitarist Steve Harris has his debut solo side project British Lion, former Red Hot Chili Pepper John Frusciante continues his solo career with PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora Aftermath Of The Lockdown.